Three-storey homes with views of city skyline
Wood Ville Clontarf, Dublin 3
Asking price: €899,950
Agent: Gallagher Quigley (01) 818 3000
Wood Ville, a private gated development on Clontarf's Howth Road, is named after a large historic home that once sat on the road. The new three-storey houses on the site are high enough to command views of the city's skyline, including the Aviva Stadium and the Pigeon House chimneys, and of the Dublin Mountains.
Two vacant bungalows, built on the infill site in the 1920s and 1930s, were demolished to make way for six four-bed detached homes. Three of those six properties have been reserved, but the other three are still for sale, with prices starting at €899,950.
Each of the homes, which are just off Castle Avenue and a few minutes' walk away from Clontarf promenade, have 2,029 sq ft of living space spread across three floors.
The contemporary-style houses have a red-brick finish to the front bay and around the canopy over the front door. There are powder-coated metal sills to the large triple-glazed, alu-clad windows that fill each house with natural light. On the second floor, the master ensuite opens onto a balcony. At the back of each house is a garden larger than most standard new builds in Dublin.
Inside, the kitchen from O'Rourke Kitchens has shaker-style units.
Wood Ville is across the road from Killester Dart station.
Viewings are by appointment.