An elegant Clontarf bungalow that truly embraces the great outdoors

24th November, 2019
The landscaped south-westerly facing gardens come complete with a side barbecue terrace and a covered patio area

One major architectural change the Irish family home has seen in recent times is the introduction of the ‘outdoor room’, achieved by extending the house into the garden by adding a large open-plan area with wrap-around glazing. This delightful dormer bungalow, which sits half a kilometre from Clontarf seafront promenade, has embraced the idea of the outdoor room.

Offered in turnkey condition, Willow at 102 Howth Road is one of one of six...

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