On view this weekend
An Edwardian four-bed in Glasnevin, a quirky coach-house off North Circular Road, a pink house in Graiguenamanagh and a period pile in Trim are among the properties on view this Saturday
Moymet House, Trim, Co Meath, AMV €1.7 million, Dillon Auctioneers
Scheduled to go under the hammer on May 30th, Moymet House in Trim, Co Meath, stands on 11 acres, while a further 120 acres of prime agricultural land will be auctioned with it in one lot, or separately.
Just over two miles away from Trim, the four-bed period house has an attractive gravelled avenue and has a number of elegant reception rooms. There’s a living room, dining room, study, kitchen cum breakfastroom and utility. Two of the bedrooms are en suite. Outside in the yard there are a range of old cut stone buildings and a large grain store.
On view Saturday, 11-1pm
Ivy Cottage, 43a North Circular Road, Dublin 7, Sherry FitzGerald, €260,000
One of a terrace of three former coach-houses from the nearby McKee barracks, Ivy Cottage dates from the 1800s but has been renovated in recent years to make a very cute and quirky 88 sq m (947 sq ft), two-bed house.
The flagstone porch leads to the living room with a 1920s wood-burning stove. A second reception room leads to a light-filled kitchen.
There’s also off-street parking to the side and a rear cobbled yard with mosaic steps to a grassy garden which is leased from CIE for €127 a year.
On view Saturday, 1-1.45pm.
52 Hollybank Avenue Lower, Ranelagh, €550,000, Sherry FitzGerald
The lovely tulip stained-glass front door is a taste of things to come at 52 Hollybank Avenue Lower.
The house has lots of period features and is tucked away on a cul-de-sac off Sandford Road.
The 102sq m/1,100 sq ft house has a living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room and four bedrooms.
To the front of the house there’s a low-maintenance railed and gated garden, and to the rear is a landscaped garden with sandstone paving and borders of mature plants and shrubs.
On view Saturday, noon to 1pm
38 Belgrave Square West, Monkstown, €850,000, Beirne & Wise
This early Victorian two-storey over garden level building extends to 327 sq m (3,560 sq ft) and is in four apartments. It will require work to reinstate it as a family home.
Constructed around 1860 by the well-regarded builders Meade Son, many of its original features including window shutters, cornices and fireplaces, are intact. The property is in a secluded corner of the square, and is a stroll from Monkstown village, the seafront and Dart. Residents of the square also have use of a private park.
On view Saturday, noon-1pm.
The Pink House, Ballyogan, Graiguenamanagh, Co Kilkenny, €185,000, PN O’Gorman
This charming two-bed house is located in the Barrow valley less than 3.5 km from the picturesque village of Graiguenamanagh. Standing on mature gardens and woodland extending to about two acres, the 19th-century home enjoys fine views of the Blackstairs Mountains.
The accommodation comprises living room, dining room, sunroom, kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms (one en suite) on the first floor.
The adjacent cut-stone annexe has an open-plan living room/kitchen, bedroom with mezzanine level and shower.
On view Saturday, 10.30 -noon
45 Finglas Road, Glasnevin, Lisney, €395,000
This is an Alexander Strain-built house, dating from Edwardian times and extended on two levels. Located in a convenient and popular location, the four-bed home exudes character and retains many original architectural features.
The kitchen was extended about 10 years ago to accommodate modern living, while above it, the master bedroom also underwent a revamp and is larger than most, with a large en suite and a balcony overlooking the rear garden. There is off-street parking to the rear.
On view Saturday, 2-3pm