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This contemporary 4-bed house in Sutton is priced at €1,000,000

by Grace McGettigan
31st Mar 2020

Make the move to North County Dublin with this contemporary four-bed house in Sutton 

Presented in turn-key condition at 8A Station Road, this house in Sutton is a contemporary family home. In addition to its four bedrooms, there are also four bathrooms and well-maintained mature gardens.

Entering via a large cobble-locked driveway (which offers ample off-street parking), you’ll find yourself in a spacious entrance hallway. Here there is recessed lighting and tiled flooring, as well as fitted carpet on the staircase. There is also a roomy cupboard for accessible storage.

Turning left from the hallway, you’ll find the first of two living rooms. Not only is it filled with natural light from floor-to-ceiling corner windows, but it also has stylish recessed lighting for evening time.

A large TV is nestled into the wall, under which there is a shelf for storing a TV box or internet modem.

Behind this wall is the kitchen-cum-dining room, which measures 3.85 x 5.85 metres. Notable features here include a McNally-designed kitchen with an extensive range of contemporary presses, as well as marble countertops and splashbacks.

There is also a breakfast bar, an integrated double oven, an extra-wide gas hob with extractor overhead, microwave and fridge-freezer.

Again, there is ample natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows and french doors to the rear garden.

Elsewhere, a utility room (measuring 2.65 x 2.85 metres) houses an additional sink, washing machine, dryer and integrated fridge freezer.

On the opposite side of the kitchen wall, there is a second living room for family time and relaxation. Unlike the first sitting area at the front of the house, this room has solid hardwood oak flooring, as well as a feature wall-mounted gas fireplace.

Double doors (made of glass for natural light) lead out to the rear garden, while recessed lighting illuminates the place at night.

Elsewhere on the ground level is the main family bathroom. Spacious at 2.65 x 2.85 metres, it comes fully tiled with a WC, WHB, bath and walk-in electric shower.

All four of the bedrooms here are double in size, and three of them come with their own ensuite bathroom.

They also feature Sliderobes with mirrored panel doors, while the master suite has the added feature of a bay window overlooking the garden.

As this house in Sutton is in close proximity to Sutton Cross and the local Dart station (not to mention its C1 BER), there’s no doubt it would make a comfortable-yet-functional family home. It’s on the market with JB Kelly estate agents for €1,000,000.

Photos: JB Kelly via

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