I tried PRP therapy, the Vampire Facial for your eyes
I tried PRP therapy, the Vampire Facial for your eyes

Melanie Morris

‘The damage runs deep’: Meghan Markle’s privacy win is a big step forward
‘The damage runs deep’: Meghan Markle’s privacy win is a big step forward

Jennifer McShane

We can’t get enough of woven homeware, so here are 25 pieces we’ve got our eye on
We can’t get enough of woven homeware, so here are 25 pieces we’ve got our...

Megan Burns

This 5-bed house in Rathmichael is on the market for €2.95 million
This 5-bed house in Rathmichael is on the market for €2.95 million

Megan Burns

‘If one of my friends told me they wanted to be single forever, I’d quietly wonder how they might get a mortgage’
‘If one of my friends told me they wanted to be single forever, I’d quietly...

Emily Kielthy

Clever (and totally reversible) home updates to transform your space
Clever (and totally reversible) home updates to transform your space

Megan Burns

Here’s whats waiting for you in Penneys
Here’s whats waiting for you in Penneys

Holly O'Neill

Image / Editorial

Three dream houses to buy in Castleknock right now


by Grace McGettigan
19th Sep 2018
blank

We’ll hold our hands up from the get-go; we couldn’t afford any of these houses even with a lottery win. Still, there’s no harm in window shopping. The houses below are situated in Castleknock; with the Phoenix Park to one side, the M50 to another, and Blanchardstown Shopping Centre just a short drive away. Already home to the Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, social media star Doireann Garrihy and actor Colin Farrell; this pricey part of the capital could be home to you too.

15 Homeleigh, Porterstown, Castleknock, Dublin 15 – €2,250,000

This five-bedroom house at 15 Homeleigh can be easily labelled the most luxurious residential property in Dublin 15. Some notable features include a private indoor swimming pool, an all-weather tennis court, a private bar and games room, a five-seater hot tub, and a four-seater sauna. The entrance hallway includes marble flooring, while a sweeping marble staircase leads to the gallery landing. The large kitchen overlooks the rear garden and comes with all mod-cons; including a Neff American fridge-freezer and a matching integrated dishwasher. The house is fitted with CCTV, electric security gates, and includes a detached double garage.

Photo by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.iePhoto by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.iePhoto by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.ie

6 Homeleigh, Porterstown, Castleknock, Dublin 15 – €2,495,000

Just a stone’s throw from the first property, this five-bedroom house at 6 Homeleigh is not to be overlooked. Positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, the high-ceilinged home oozes grandeur from every room. Take the elevator or floating staircase up to the bedrooms; all of which include an ensuite and access to a private balcony. There is also an entertainment room, fitted with speakers and recessed lighting; as well as a private bar and home gym. The attic is so spacious it has been divided into two rooms; one can be used for storage and the other is currently being used as a home cinema. What’s more, the house sits an approximately an acre of land and has an excellent B2 BER rating.

CastleknockPhoto by Julian Cotter at Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie CastleknockPhoto by Julian Cotter at Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie Photo by Julian Cotter at Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie Photo by Julian Cotter at Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie

43 Deerpark Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15 – €1,650,000

Arguably the cosiest of our three dreamy Castleknock properties, this four-bedroom house at 43 Deerpark Road would make a lovely family home. With four reception rooms and an inviting kitchen-cum-breakfast room, there is plenty of space for children, teenagers and guests. This kitchen is the heart of this home, with glass doors opening to the sunny rear garden and three reception rooms. It comes with a freestanding Cannon range-style cooker; with dual electric ovens, a grill and a six-ring gas hob. There is an integrated fridge-freezer and dishwasher, as well as access to the ‘Boot Room’ and utility room. Off-street parking is available for up to six cars, and a mature south-facing garden is located to the rear.

Photo by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry FitzGerald via MyHome.ie

More like this:

  • Three houses to buy in Phibsborough for less than €500K… click here.
  • Dublin vs Cork: Four homes to buy for €300K or less… click here.
  • Three beautiful holiday homes to rent in Ireland right now… click here.

Also Read

Taylor Swift
EDITORIAL
I was not a fan of Taylor Swift. Then I watched her documentary

The documentary Miss Americana has shown a different side to...

By Edaein OConnell

blank
HEALTH & WELLNESS
The trickle of information from the Government on restrictions has made a grim situation so much worse

By Amanda Cassidy

Women with MS who take medication, especially immunosuppressants, cannot become pregnant unless they come off medication.
premium HEALTH & WELLNESS, REAL-LIFE STORIES
I had to weigh up the possibility of losing my mind against losing my future children

Holograms of the children she may never have dance across Dearbhla Crosses' mind as an MS diagnosis and Covid-19 are unwelcome reminders of her biological clock ticking.

By Dearbhla Crosse

blank
EDITORIAL
“You’re weird Mammy… other mothers iron”: Author Elske Rahill on writing and motherhood

“Every baby costs you a book” – that’s something women...

By IMAGE

blank
EDITORIAL
Laura Whitmore’s baby name retaliation is about so much more than double standards

The Love Island presenter has divided social media after she...

By Amanda Cassidy

blank
EDITORIAL
What to eat this weekend: Fish n’ courgette chips with homemade tartar sauce

This healthy fish and courgette chips recipe from Jane Kennedy...

By Meg Walker

blank
EDITORIAL
Nutritionist Daniel Davey’s harissa squash with giant couscous

This is a perfect lunch recipe, and the harissa does...

By Meg Walker