This Monkstown home with sea views is on the market for €1.75 million
The interior shows the power of a palette of neutral shades, allowing the generous period proportions to shine.
A four bed Victorian home with views out to Dublin Bay, 7 Eaton Place has been nicely finished throughout with a calm, neutral palette.
The house still has its original front door, and Victorian tiles in the porch. The entrance hall has a staircase with a mahogany handrail, and decorative cornicing.
To the right of this space is the interconnected drawing room and dining room. The drawing room has a large bay window, a parquet floor, and built-in bookshelves. The floor continues through to the dining room, which has a stove, and French doors through to the garden.
Off the dining room is a small galley kitchen with grey units and quartz countertops and splashback, while there is also a shower room on this level.
On the first floor there is a spacious family bathroom with a bath and heated towel rail, as well as two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a marble fireplace, decorative cornicing, and a large bay window with gorgeous sea views. The other bedroom on this level has an ensuite.
The second floor has two further bedrooms and a utility room. The bedroom to the front of the house also enjoys sea views. These two rooms share a Jack and Jill ensuite.
Outside, the rear garden is paved, and has two outhouses, one a utility room and the other a boiler room. There is also a garage that opens out to a laneway, with access for car parking.
As well as being beside the sea, this home is also just a short walk from the centre of Monkstown village with its excellent shops and restaurants. It’s only 5 minutes walk from the nearest Dart station, not to mention the popular Seapoint swimming spot.
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