Modern classic in Goatstown on market for €1.495m
A Dublin 14 four-bedroom residence is close to the ultimate in 21st-century design
The Irish homeowner’s expectations have come a long way since the 1960s, when the innovation of central heating transformed the lives of families nationwide. While tending to have a devastating effect on antique furniture (humidifiers attached to radiators are the answer), it made for a much more comfortable lifestyle and led to the hugely popular demand for light-filled, open plan living which continues to this day.
In the 21st century, the growing awareness...
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On the Market: our pick of the homes on offer this week
An East Wall cottage, a detached coastal residence in West Cork and a two-bed apartment in Goatstown are featured
Three-bed semis reaching sale agreed in record two weeks
With no need to schedule appointments, potential buyers are making swift bids on the back of virtual viewings, according to REA’s latest Average House Price index