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11 Conquer Hill Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 X0X2

June 5, 2021 #

Karen from KM Property is happy to present this impeccable two bedroom red brick terraced house in Clontarf to market. Video viewing

Built in the early 1900s these are beautiful solid houses, while originally small this particular property has a two-storey extension to the rear providing ample accommodation and allowing for a large bathroom on the first floor. The house is in walk in condition and the attention to detail is second to none. An amazing starter home, wile also being perfect for downsizers and investors alike.

The location is hard to beat, adjacent to Clontarf village, Clontarf Yacht Club, Dollymount Strand, St. Anne’s Park and with easy access to 130 bus route, Clontarf DART Station, East Point Business Park, I.F.S.C, and the city centre. There are a host of local amenities within a short walk, including primary and secondary schools, scenic coastal walks, numerous cafes, bars and restaurants. Clontarf contains numerous sporting facilities, such as GAA, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, Golf and Sailing. Who wouldn’t want to live here?

Accommodation briefly comprises of; large, bright living room with fitted ok shelves and original feature fireplace, archway leading to extended kitchen with double doors leading to a sunny private west facing rear garden. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a large main bathroom.

8A Castilla Park, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 RW53

May 31, 2021 #

Karen from KM Property is delighted to bring to market this detached four bedroom house with south facing garden and converted attic. Video viewing

In the heart of Clontarf and within walking distance of every required amenity this is an ideal and large detached family home. Castilla Park is a quiet cul-de-sac which is located just off Vernon Avenue and a firm favourite with families as it is a rarity to still see kids playing on the road. You are equidistant between St Anne’s Park and Clontarf’s promenade. You are also within a short walk to all shops, supermarket, restaurants and all schools; both primary and secondary. The location is outstanding.

Built in 2003 to a high standard it has been lovingly cared for by it’s one and only owners. Accommodation briefly comprises of Hallway, downstairs WC, closet storage, utility room with side door, Living room, sitting room open plan to large and bright kitchen and dining room with double doors leading to south facing rear garden with purpose built shed. Upstairs on the first spacious landing there are three double bedrooms, master en suite and a single bedroom. All bedrooms have wooden flooring and fitted wardrobes. There is also a hotpress and main family bathroom on this level. Up again in to the converted attic with east and west facing windows there is plentiful eave storage and a very large attic room currently used as family den/games room/home office with full planning permission for a dormer which will provide great views of the Dublin Mountains and Poolbeg chimneys.

26 Auburn, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 C2V3

May 31, 2021 #

Karen from KM Property is delighted to present this two storey, three bed, three bath townhouse to market. Video viewing

In immaculate condition this house is in an enviable location just off the Howth Road, on numerous bus routes and walking distance to DART. One of the few two-storey houses in Auburn this is ready for the new owners to unpack their bags. It’s simply picture perfect.

Accommodation briefly comprises of; entrance hallway, Kitchen to the front, downstairs WC with additional storage, Large living/dining room overlooking rear garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms; one single and two doubles with the Master bedroom en suite and main family bathroom, also with additional storage. There is a driveway to the side of the house and wrap around garden.

Auburn was built on the grounds of the original house called Auburn. To the front of the Howth Road it still has stunning parkland around it which is the private garden of the residents in Auburn. A beautiful feature for walks, kids to play or to picnic.

4 Windsor Avenue, Fairview, Dublin 3, D03 K2V5

May 29, 2021 #

Karen from KM Property is proud to present this extensively and tastefully refurbished period home in Fairview. Video viewing

You are in for a treat with this beauty! Apart from being in the most ideal and convenient locations you will be blown away when you walk through the front door. The current owners have left no stone unturned in the design and decoration of this beautiful home. The new owners literally have to unpack their bags.

Accommodation briefly comprises of; spacious hallway with wooden flooring, sitting room overlooking the front with a stunning feature fireplace, Under stairs storage, open plan living/dining/kitchen with outstanding courtyard feature, downstairs wet room, large utility, sliding doors to rear garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms; two doubles and one single and W.C.

The feeling of peace and tranquillity in this house can be felt as soon as you walk in, while also being a stone’s throw from every amenity possibly required. On the doorstep of Fairview, multiple bus routes, DART, walking distance to Croke Park and the City Centre. Houses of this standard don’t come up often enough and throw in a large sunny large garden, this might just be perfect!

Needles Cottage, 78 Carrickbrack Road, Howth, Co Dublin, D13 A7P0

May 20, 2021 #

Karen from KM Property is delighted to present Needles Cottage. Steeped in history, an original Coast guards cottage, this little beauty has been in the same family for over 100 years and is now looking for a new owner. Video viewing

Situated on Carrickbrack Road on the way to the Summit you will be amazed how quiet and peaceful this cottage is both inside and in the rear garden. The houses oozes character and charm and the rear garden and views are breathtaking. This is a true haven for the new owner and an opportunity to create a magical home in a magnificent location. The well established gardens are also a gardener’s and green finger’s delight.

Howth is a seaside village, with its maritime influences and historic roots, is full of variety, with wild moorland, and stunning cliff and coastal walks while being within easy reach of the City Centre and Dublin Airport.

Accommodation briefly comprises of; Porchway, Living room and Master bedroom off either side of the hallway. Master bedroom has an en suite. There is also a dining room with sliding doors leading to rear garden, bathroom, separate WC, kitchen and second bedroom. The house also has the added bonus of a side entrance.

580 Collins Avenue, Whitehall, Dublin 9, D09 RD76

May 13, 2021 #

Karen Mulvaney Property is proud to present this substantial five bedroom semi detached home to market. Video viewing

A perfect family home or a lucrative investment property this house has space and light in droves. With two reception rooms, large kitchen/dining room, five bedrooms, three bathrooms, a maintenance free garden and side entrance it ticks a lot of boxes, as well as being in the most convenient of locations and on plentiful bus routes.

Almost directly across the road from DCU the location is superb. The M1 and Dublin Airport are close by and the City Centre is easily accessible.

Accommodation briefly comprises of; large porch, entrance hallway, sitting room with open fireplace, living room open plan into kitchen/dining room. Down stairs there is also a shower room, plenty of storage and access to rear garden. On the first floor there are four bedrooms; three doubles and one single, hot press and main family bathroom with bath. The converted attic also provides and additional WC and double bedroom.

36 St Lawrence Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 FH50

May 10, 2021 #

Karen Mulvaney is delighted to bring this magnificent Victorian home on tree-lined St Lawrence Road to market.
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This house is beyond compare and full of surprises from the minute you walk in the front door. St Lawrence Road needs little introduction as being one of Clontarf’s premier roads. With the Howth Road at the top and the Clontarf Road at the bottom, the location is outstanding and the convenience hard to beat. Number 36 is also on the West facing side of the road so on top of being a striking red brick period property it also has a sunny rear garden.

Accommodation extends to 271.7 sq.m. including the picturesque garage and briefly comprises of; impressive hallway, living room, second snug reception room, under stairs storage, stunning and extended light-filled kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors leading to rear garden and garage with rear access. Downstairs there is a large basement with w.c., utility and while currently used as a bedroom could suit a huge number of uses. Upstairs there is an impressive bathroom on the first floor return, two large bedrooms on the first floor and up again in the converted attic there is a bedroom with w.c and w.h.b.

Clontarf is a coastal suburb on the northside of Dublin. It has a range of commercial facilities mainly centred on Vernon Avenue. Clontarf’s most notable amenity is its seafront, with a promenade running continuously from Alfie Byrne Road to the wooden bridge at Dollymount. As well as extensive walks and green areas, St Anne’s Park is nearby and is the second largest municipal park in Dublin.

Clontarf contains numerous sporting facilities, such as GAA, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, Golf and Sailing. The local schools are also of excellent repute.

Clontarf is one stop on the DART from the city centre, has a cosy village atmosphere and most roads lead down to the sea. The place is steeped in history. Clontarf’s ancient name, Cluain Tarbh, means “meadow of the bulls”, from the sound of the waves on the seafront which was likened to the bellowing of bulls.

7A Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 VK65

April 25, 2021 #

Karen Mulvaney Property is delighted to bring 7A Castle Avenue to market. A hidden gem. A tranquil oasis hidden away off Castle Avenue. Unique and magnificent please watch the viewing video

From the minute you walk up to the front garden you will be amazed by the attention to detail in this beautiful home, the patio is Tipperary stone, the salvage Dublin cobbles bring you to the front door and the original stone walls feature front and back.

On entering the hallway you know you are in for a treat. Walk straight through to extensive living room with vaulted ceilings, an architectural salvage feature Church window (which happens to be a few hundred years old) and double doors leading to rear garden. This room has travertine marble flooring, two living areas and down stairs w.c. off it. The flow in this house is really beautiful as the upper living area leads straight into the Kitchen/Living/Dining.

The kitchen units are solid maple and hand painted with black granite work tops. You could stand at the kitchen sink and get lost in thought as you gaze down towards Castle Avenue from the expansive windows to the front of the house. Down two stone steps and you are in the Living/Dining area of the kitchen which is substantial in size and from here you get the full effect of that impressive Church window.

Even going upstairs is a treat with a Spireco glass and steel staircase and walkway connecting the front to the back of the house.

To the back upstairs there are two double bedrooms with sliderobe fitted wardrobes and both have a hidden nook for additional storage and desk space with windows overlooking the rear garden. The main bathroom is a dream with black granite wetroom and velux window.

Cross over the walkway (overlooking the living room) to the front of the house and you have a further bedroom, currently used as den and the Master with en suite. While the en suite is impressive and has sliderobe fitted wardrobes, the Master is even more so with dual church-like windows and exceptional high ceiling.

To the rear you will find the most peaceful garden with original stone wall, wall mirrors and water feature. The back garden was redesigned in 2019 using silver granite paving with raised beds for planting. This is a true place of calm and captures all of the South and West facing sun. There is also a purpose built studio to the rear made from reclaimed brick with it’s own entrance leading to a lane way that can allow anyone working from home take meetings and visits from here without disturbing anyone in the house. The lane way leads directly to the sea front in Clontarf with the bus stop to city centre directly across the road.

This house is a dream from start to finish and no stone has been left unturned by it’s current owners to create a hidden jewel on Castle Avenue.

22 Kincora Court, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 A5Y8

April 24, 2021 #

Karen Mulvaney Property is delighted to present to market this immaculate end of terrace home in Kincora Court. Viewing video

The current owners have extensively refurbished in recent years you only need to unpack your bags in this beautiful house.

Accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hallway, fully fitted hand crafted kitchen with plentiful storage and dining area, double patio doors leading to the rear garden. To the front of the house is a welcoming living room with bay window feature and stunning electric stove. Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms; two doubles with fitted wardrobes and one single and main bathroom with bath and walk in shower. Up again and the attic has been converted into a stunning room currently used as music room and den.

On top of all the wonderful features of this beautiful home it also has a side entrance, private 37 ft long rear garden and barna shed.

This cracking property is walking distance to the seafront, St Anne’s Park, multiple excellent schools, every required amenity, some of Dublin’s top restuarants, a host of sporting clubs and facilities; golf, tennis, GAA, rugby, cricket and hockey. It’s pretty perfect.

5 Craigford Avenue, Killester, Dublin 5, D05 H1X9

April 21, 2021 #

Karen Mulvaney Property is proud to present 5 Craigford Avenue to market. Please watch viewing video
This is an exceptional home in superb condition. Large and spacious with two reception rooms, kitchen, conservatory, three bedrooms (Master en suite), main bathroom and converted attic room. On top of it all there is also tons of potential to extend or redevelop at the rear where there is also a large garage with double-door lane access. Boxes ticked? Thought so!

Location is outstanding here with Killester on one side and the Malahide Road on the other. You are on multiple bus routes, DART, close promximity to City Centre, Dubin Airport, M1, M50 and Beaumont Hospital. You are also a short walk from St Anne’s Park. St Anne’s Park situated between Clontarf and Raheny is the second largest municipal park in Dublin, is part of a former 202 hectares (500 acres) estate assembled by members of the Guinness family. Features include an artificial pond and a number of follies, a fine collection of trees, a playground, parklands walks and recreational facilities including golf and tennis. Local schools, both primary and secondary are all nearby, within walking distance and have an excellent reputation.

Accommodation briefly comprises of; porch, entrance hallway, two fine receptions rooms, kitchen, sunroom leading to south east facing rear garden with large garage with rear access. On the first floor there are three bedrooms; two doubles and a single and main family bathroom. On second floor there is an attic converted and currently used as a sizeable bedroom with plentiful eave storage.

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