This bright yet private four-bed house in Clonskeagh is on the market for €1,395,000
This modern four-bedroom house for sale in Clonskeagh is surprisingly airy inside, looking out onto mature gardens and trees.
When you say “Clonskeagh”, it doesn’t immediately scream “serenely quiet”. But that is exactly what this house has, nestled into the heart of the Dublin 14 neighbourhood.
Down a quiet residential street surrounded by a mature front and back garden is this four-bedroom, four-bathroom house.
Built recently, it is designed to maximise light and the tree-lined views with picture windows, large glass doors and even a glass-floored corridor to ensure the entrance hall is flooded with light.
The hallway leads into the main communal space, a large kitchen/dining/living area that sweeps almost the full width of the house. With sliding glass doors out onto the mature back garden and a patio, it’s the perfect place to chill and relax, yet can easily flex to host a larger party.
The living area here has a TV and a stove, creating a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere.
Also on this floor is a more secluded L-shaped living room that looks onto the front garden, with built-in bookcases along one wall and an open fire.
An office, which could also be a fourth bedroom, sits on the other side of the hall, where there’s also a guest bathroom. A utility sits next to the kitchen.
Upstairs are three ensuite bedrooms, all with green views. The master overlooks the front garden and as well as a large ensuite, it also has a sizeable walk-in-wardrobe tucked into the eaves.
Stretching out a spacious 250 square-metres, it is currently on the market for €1,395,000. The front perimeter has an electronic gate and there is ample room for parking, as well as side access to the back garden and a garage.
Imagery courtesy of Lisney Leeson Street via MyHome.ie
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