Detached redbrick period house in Clontarf

Marino Avenue is a quiet, narrow street conveniently located between the Malahide Road and the Howth Road in Clontarf.

21st June, 2008

Marino Avenue is a quiet, narrow street conveniently located between the Malahide Road and the Howth Road in Clontarf.

New to the market on the road is number 7, a detached redbrick period house which has been completely refurbished and extended by the owners, who are moving on after eight years.

The overhaul included rewiring, replumbing and insulating the entire house, which now extends to 132 square metres and incorporates two reception rooms, three bedrooms, a...

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