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This Dun Laoghaire home with a surprisingly large back garden is on the market for €1.35 million


By Megan Burns
27th Mar 2022
This Dun Laoghaire home with a surprisingly large back garden is on the market for €1.35 million

With a bright and spacious interior, this four-bed home has a garden that stretches back for much longer than you would expect.

Sitting on a quiet cul-de-sac between Dun Laoghaire and Monkstown, 7 St. John’s Park is a four-bed family home that’s bright and spacious inside. You enter the home through a porch into a large hallway with a herringbone solid wood floor.

To the right of this space are two interconnected living rooms, separated by glass double doors which allow light to flow through. The room at the front has a fireplace and solid wood floor, while the space to the back is particularly bright thanks to three Velux windows and double glass doors leading to the garden. Glass double doors leading to the kitchen only add to the sense of brightness.

The kitchen overlooks the back garden, and has plenty of storage. Traditional-style units are painted in a pale neutral tone, complementing the wooden worktops and Belfast sink. There is a utility room and wet room off this space.

To the front of the house there is a study, as well as a garage. Upstairs are the four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.

The long back garden is south-west facing, and has plenty of mature plants and trees. There is a patio area with steps that lead down to a large lawn. The garden also has private gated access to Monkstown Lawn Tennis Club.

As well as being convenient to both Monkstown and Dun Laoghaire, with their large variety of shops and restaurants, this home also benefits from its proximity to the DART, with the nearest stop just a 15 minute walk away.

Situated so close to the south Dublin coastline, there are also plenty of walks and beaches nearby.

Click through our gallery to see the full tour of this home, which is on sale through DNG.