Prestige and privacy on Nutley with a €1m reserve

Four-bedroom detached family home on Nutley Road with extensive rear gardens


Number 30 Nutley Road – on the Ailesbury end of this prestigious Dublin 4 road – has been in the same family for more than 60 years, accommodating the growing up and moving out of nine children (all girls).

Now it’s time for number 30, on sale through Sherry FitzGerald, to see another family come through its doors and take up residence in its rooms. It is, above all else, a family home; looks-wise, it is almost indistinguishable from so many other family four-beds.

Inside the front door, a hallway opens into the downstairs rooms, with a stairs leading to the first floor directly inside the door.

There is a diningroom to the front of the house, while the livingroom takes advantage of the garden views to the back.

The kitchen is compact, opening into the utility room. To the back of the house are two more rooms – currently in use as a breakfast room and a TV room or study. Their function, however, is somewhat moot – any prospective buyers will undoubtedly be looking to modernise the interiors of number 30.

Upstairs, two bedrooms, including the master, make use of the views over the stunning back garden, while one further bedroom sits to the side and another to the front of the house.

The garden is a big selling point for number 30. Backing onto the grounds of RTÉ, it is southwesterly facing and entirely private. It once had a vegetable patch towards the back, but as the former owners became older this was replaced with grass.

With €1 million as the reserve price (the auction is to be held on October 3rd), number 30 isn’t cheap – but location is key, and the price is not unreasonable; three other houses on Nutley Road have sold this year, all for more than €1 million.

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