On view this weekend


Family homes ranging from €350,000 to €750,000 across Dublin

8A Sydenham Road, Dundrum, Dublin 14

€750,000, Lansdowne Partnership

Number 8A was built in 2006 as an add-on to two period houses on this popular residential road, minutes from the old town centre of Dundrum. The interior is modern throughout, extending to three storeys over garden level. The accommodation includes two good-sized reception rooms with dark-wood floors, a bright kitchen/dining/livingroom space opening on to a modest partially decked southwest-facing garden. One of the five bedrooms is downstairs and en suite. On the second floor are two double rooms and the master suite, with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite. On the third floor is another bedroom, also en suite and with a walk-in wardrobe and storage. Off-street parking to the front of the house can accommodate one car.

On view: Sat 1-2pm

Casilla, Ballinclea Road, Killiney, Co Dublin

€695,000, dVW Smyth

Built in the 1960s and located beside Killiney Golf Club in a secluded enclave of individually built private houses, Casilla is a six-bed bungalow, very much of its time. It will need modernisation, but there is plenty of space to play with: the floor space extends to 205sq m (2,200sq ft) and the gardens is set on over a third of an acre.

The house was extended in the 1970s and the accommodation comprises a large livingroom, a familyroom, a kitchen with good dining space, six bedrooms (two are en suite) and a utility room. This house and its substantial garden will appeal to anyone looking for a blank canvas.

On view: Sat noon-1pm

11 Doonsalla Park, Cabinteely, Dublin 18

€385,000, Lisney

This semi-detached house is located along a quiet avenue just off Granville Road and within walking distance of Kilbogget Park. The house is in need of modernisation, and the accommodation extends to about 138sq m (1,485sq ft) comprising five bedrooms. All carpets, curtains and kitchen appliances are included in the sale. To the front is off-street car parking and to the rear is a lawned garden more than 20m long, accessed from the front via a narrow side passage. A wide variety of amenities are within easy reach, as well as excellent public transport links, including a quality bus corridor on the N11 and the Luas at Cherrywood.

On view: Sat noon-1pm

3 Middle Third Terrace, Killester, Dublin 5

€355,000, Sherry FitzGerald

Built six years ago, No 3 Middle Third Terrace is a three-bedroom house in walk-in condition throughout. It is situated off the Howth Road, in Killester, and the Dart station is a two-minute walk away.

Accommodation extends to 112sq m (1,205.5sq ft) and includes a large kitchen/dining area with separate utility room, good-sized living room and a downstairs WC. Upstairs is a family bathroom and three bedrooms, including the master, which is en suite. A pull-down stairs provides access to a floored attic area. A rear patio garden is sheltered on all sides.

On view: Sat noon-12.30pm