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Tina-Marie O’Neill rounds up the best homes currently on offer

18th September, 2016
15 Glenabbey Road, Mount Merrion, Co Dublin

15 Glenabbey Road, Mount Merrion, Co Dublin

15 Glenabbey Road, Mount Merrion, Co Dublin



What: well-maintained and full of potential, this 115 square metre semi comes with a 60 foot mature, south-facing garden, a garage with separate side access, three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast and TV room, a guest WC, four bedrooms, a family bathroom and a converted attic with mountain views.

Where: in one of the most sought-after suburbs in south Co Dublin, close to schools, shops, parkland at Deerpark, the N11, UCD, eateries, sports clubs, Dundrum, Blackrock, Stillorgan and the city centre.

Agent: Lisney at 01-6624511.

Inis Ealga, 1 Dartry Road, Dublin 6

Inis Ealga, 1 Dartry Road, Dublin 6

Price:€2.375 million


What: offering a commodious 416 square metres over three levels, this imposing redbrick townhouse on 0.25 of an acre of landscaped grounds has all the hallmarks of a period residence, as well as the benefits of modern conveniences, having been built in 2003. It has a 16th-century Dutch front door, solid oak floors, Porselanosa hall and bathroom tiles, a bespoke Porselanosa kitchen with an Aga, a carved oak staircase, large reception rooms, a sun room, utility with a laundry shoot, a double garage, four large double bedrooms, with en suites, a Jack & Jill bathroom, and a master suite with a dressing-room and a luxury en suite. It also has a €600,000 price reduction and a new agent after initially listing in May 2015.

Where: opposite Palmerstown Park and close to Rathmines, Ranelagh, Milltown and within easy reach of Dundrum, Donnybrook and the city centre. Local transport links include the Luas at Cowper Road and Dublin bus routes, and the area is home to a choice of good schools.

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh at 01-4969909.

1 St Mary’s Place, St Mary’s Road, Howth, Co Dublin

1 St Mary’s Place, St Mary’s Road, Howth, Co Dublin



What: smartly decorated in shades of grey and white, this cosy, upside-down, one-bed in Howth village spans 41 square metres and has a downstairs double bedroom, a modern bathroom and storage space. The living-room and a newly-fitted kitchen are on the first floor.

Where: in the heart of the village, a short walk from the harbour, church, shops, library, restaurants and bars, public bus stops and the Dart.

Agent: Sherry FitzGerald Sutton at 01-8394022.

12 Radcliffe Hall, St John’s Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4

12 Radcliffe Hall, St John’s Road, Sandymount, Dublin 4



What: this beautifully presented and refurbished top-floor, three-bed apartment offers 111 square metres of modern living space including an Italian Arrital integrated kitchen, custom made fitted storage, shelving and desk unit, modern, fully tiled bathrooms and an en suite, and timber floors throughout. It also has underground parking for two cars, a lift and attic storage. An annual service charge of about €3,500 applies.

Where: on a tree-lined road between Strand Road and Park Avenue, close to Sandymount village, shops, eateries, bars, Sandymount Strand, bus routes, Sydney Parade Dart station and close to the city centre.

Agent: Allen & Jacobs at 01-2100360.

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