11th Oct 2019
If you’ve always wanted a sea view and have some cash to spare, this Sutton home might be for you.
Sutton boasts many advantages, with its proximity to the sea, while still being easily accessible from city centre Dublin. Plenty of people dream of relocating to be close to the beach, so this house is bound to appeal.
This red brick beachfront home unsurprisingly has beautiful views, and the interior matches up to the gorgeous scenery. The house covers a colossal 594 square-metres over three stories, including a self-contained basement.
This provides the opportunity for generational living, or for guests to have their own private space. There are five bedrooms in total, and an attic space also offers the potential for another, or a home gym or cinema.
Entering the property, you are greeted by the monumental stairwell, furnished with a coiling, brass-trimmed oak staircase. Down a short flight of stairs there is a generous south-facing kitchen and living area that looks out towards the sea. This space opens out to a patio area and garden with direct beach access to Sutton strand.
With country-style cabinets, hardwood flooring and a contemporary Carrera fireplace it’s luxurious but laid-back. At this level, there is also a laundry room with an adjoining boot room giving lots of space to keep clutter away from the main living spaces. There are also two more formal reception rooms.
The three first floor double bedrooms all have en-suites fitted out in polished marble. The third floor is completely given over to the master bedroom, a large space with numerous coastal views. It also features a balcony, dressing room, and spacious ensuite, finished with Arabescato stone, high-end fittings, and a raised bath with framed views. Even the separate W.C. has a rooftop view.
The basement features self-contained accommodation with its own separate external access. It has a spacious living area, kitchenette, double bedroom and large en-suite.
Although we might not have the almost €3 million needed to purchase this home, we can always dream of enjoying a cup of tea looking out on that beach view.
Photos: Gallagher Quigley via myhome.ie
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