Two in Blackrock with gardens front and back

This three-bedroom terraced house has a Shaker-style kitchen and New York-themed bedrooms, while No 8 St Margaret’s is a five-bedroom detached house overlooking Blackrock College’s sports ground to the back


Number five Maretimo Terrace is a well-proportioned three-bedroom house of 141sq m (1,520sq ft).

It is for sale at €565,000 through Savills.

The front reception room has a bay window, tiled hearth, ceiling coving and double sliding doors through to the family room, which overlooks the back garden and has a door to the patio and garden.

The kitchen-cum-diningroom is to the back of the house. The diningroom has a brick feature wall where the range would have been originally. A roof light illuminates the Shaker-style kitchen shining westerly sun into the middle of the room. To the rear is a utility room and toilet.

The garden, while small, is private, has a patio and lawn and pedestrian rear access.

It has a northerly orientation but gets some westerly sun. There is also a shed.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, each given a borough of New York theme. One takes its lead from hipster haven, Brooklyn and another from Manhattan island. The family bathroom has a bath and separate shower.

The attic room is used as storage. It has an en suite bathroom.

The house has an E2 BER rating.

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