On View This Weekend


A two-bedroom mews with a rooftop garden in the heart of Dublin 4; a former local authority house in Crumlin that has been extended; and a five-bed family house in the Naul are all on view on Saturday in Dublin

8 Clyde Lane, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, €499,000, Hunters Estate Agents

This two-bedroom mews on one of the best known lanes in Dublin 4 is 121sq m (1, 306sq ft) and has views over Herbert Park. It comes with a balcony, rooftop garden and a car port.

The bedrooms are on the ground floor and the main bedroom is en suite and has a wall of fitted wardrobes.

Upstairs, there’s a lounge with exposed brickwork and a kitchen with a breakfast table incorporating storage units and a door to the balcony. A spiral stairs leads to the rooftop garden.

On ViewSaturday 1-2pm

131 Saul Road, Crumlin, Dublin 12, €325,000, Sherry FitzGerald

Just off Clogher Road, this extended three-bedroom house was a regular two-up-two-down former local authority house before it was transformed under the supervision of an architect. It went from 60sq m (646sq ft) to 105sq m (1,139sq ft).

On a corner site, it has a BER rating of C2 and the contemporary rooms include a livingroom, diningroom, kitchen, study and the main bedroom is en suite.

A gated side entrance leads to the rear garden, which has a deck, a lawn area and gravelled pathways,

On ViewSaturday 12.30-1.30

13 Cullenswood Gardens, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, €650,000, Gunne Residential

This 1930s-built semi is in the heart of Ranelagh.

The ground floor includes an entrance hall, a sittingroom and an interconnecting diningroom which overlooks the back garden.

There’s also a kitchen/ breakfastroom, downstairs shower room with separate toilet, and a study. Upstairs there are four bedrooms (three doubles), a family bathroom and a separate toilet.

On ViewSaturday 1-2pm

8 Seafield Road, Booterstown, Co Dublin, €395,000, Beirne Wise

Close to Blackrock village, this 90sq m (1,040sq ft) three-bedroom bay-fronted house is on an elevated site and needs complete renovation.

It has a livingroom, diningroom, kitchen and family bathroom. There’s a garage to the side and a large, south-west facing back garden. There’s also potential to extend to the side and rear subject to planning permission.

On ViewSaturday noon to 1pm

Tudor Beag, Balscadden, Naul, Co Dublin, €460,000, O’Connor Property Consultants

Located beside prime horse-breeding land, Tudor Beag is a five-bed split-level detached family house with 274sq m (2,950sq ft) of living accommodation.

It has a sittingroom with a fireplace and picture windows overlooking an acre of landscaped gardens.

Rooms include a diningroom, country-style kitchen with a range of wall and floor units, utility room and a conservatory leading to the rear garden.

Two of the bedrooms are en suite and the main bedroom has a walk-in-wardrobe. There’s also a garage.

On viewSaturday noon to 2pm

19 Erne Terrace, Dublin 2, €129,000, Lisney

“Bijou” is the word for this mid-terrace cottage in the city centre which has 40sq m (430sq ft) of living space. This includes a livingroom, kitchen, a bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a shower room, and a rear courtyard.

It also comes with planning permission for an extension to the back which would add a second bedroom.

On ViewSaturday noon to 1pm

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