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Three family homes available to buy in Kilmainham, Dublin 8


by Grace McGettigan
23rd Oct 2018
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Like Stoneybatter before it, Kilmainham is quickly becoming one of Dublin’s sought-after places to live. Young families and couples are continuing to plant their roots in what was originally a seventh-century monastery. Just 30 minutes from Dublin’s city centre, and with all amenities on its doorstep, it’s an ideal spot to set up a family home. Here are three houses available to buy in Kilmainham now.

69 New Ireland Road, Rialto, Dublin 8 – €475,000

This three-bedroom home at 69 New Ireland Road is presented by its current owners in turn-key condition. Enter through the brightly lit hallway to the living room, which features an ornate fireplace and restored wooden floors. From here, pass through to the main family room which offers views of the rear, landscaped garden (with west-facing orientation and lane access). The kitchen is contemporary and comes with white units, wooden countertops, and a gas-fired hob; while a glass patio door grants access to the garden. Upstairs, two double bedrooms and one single bedroom are perfect for a small family. The bathroom is finished to a high standard and comes with large format Italian tiling, a Jacuzzi bath and a monsoon shower.

Photo by Brock Delappe Estate Agents via MyHome.ie Photo by Brock Delappe Estate Agents via MyHome.ie Photo by Brock Delappe Estate Agents via MyHome.ie Photo by Brock Delappe Estate Agents via MyHome.ie

7 Madison Road, South Circular Road, Kilmainham – €590,000

Located at 7 Madison Road, this Edwardian red-brick property is in excellent condition. Many of its original features still exist today; including the large bay window in the living room, cornices and cast iron fireplaces. The entrance hall has a guest WC, while interconnecting reception rooms provide plenty of space for children to play. The kitchen is fully fitted with all mod-cons and has triple French doors to the rear garden. Upstairs, two of the bedrooms have wardrobe storage and original iron fireplaces; while a third bedroom (which can also be used as a study) features a stain-glass door. A large family bathroom has a free-standing bath and a shower cubicle, while a partly-floored attic can be accessed with a folding Stira staircase.

Photo by Owen Reilly via MyHome.ie Photo by Owen Reilly via MyHome.ie Photo by Owen Reilly via MyHome.ie Photo by Owen Reilly via MyHome.ie

 

76 Rothe Abbey, Kilmainham, Dublin 8 – €520,000

This spacious four-bedroom, semi-detached house is excellently located off the South Circular Road. Just minutes from the red Luas line, the ground floor of 76 Rothe Abbey features a bright sunroom, spacious dining room, living room and an additional family room. There is also a guest WC and cloakroom in the hallway. The kitchen comes with a centre island, as well as access to the property’s side entrance. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, all of which benefit from built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom is particularly spacious and features a bank of wardrobe space with sliding mirrored doors. Other notable attributes include attic storage, off-street parking and a shed kitted out with ESB and water.

Photo by Savills via MyHome.ie Photo by Savills via MyHome.ie Photo by Savills via MyHome.ie Photo by Savills via MyHome.ie

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