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The Sandymount house you’re always peeking into from the DART is now up for sale


By IMAGE
14th Nov 2019
The Sandymount house you’re always peeking into from the DART is now up for sale

This deceptively large period Sandymount house that you can see from the DART is up for sale for €1,050,000.


We’re all guilty of it. Dwindling on the DART just past the Aviva on the way into town, you can’t but peek into the adorable little Victorian house tucked into the corner of the park that adjoins the stadium.

Well, now you can do more than try to get a glance as you whizz by because the house is now up for sale. The four-bed house in Vavasour Square is on the market for €1,050,000 with Allen & Jacobs Estates.

Stretching over 200 square metres, the house has been recently renovated and extended by its current owners. While it might appear to be a bungalow, the stairway in the front entrance leads to the master bedroom, which has its own ensuite. Three other bedrooms are accessed off this main hallway too.

A large kitchen/dining room boasts many period features including cornice details and high ceilings and is comfortably located between the formal living room and a more casual, open sitting room.

Deceptively spacious, the house has double-glazed sash windows with views onto the quiet front and back gardens. From the smaller sitting room, double doors lead to the rear south-facing garden.

As well as two sizable gardens there’s ample space for off-street parking and, despite its secluded location, it’s within a few minutes of Sandymount village and less than a half-hour into Dublin city centre.

Photos: Allen & Jacobs Estates via myhome.ie


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