Roomy, bright and detached in Stepaside for €795K

Family home includes large attic conversion with views of Dublin Mountains

  • Address: 10 Stepaside Park, Stepaside, Dublin 18
  • Price: € 795,000
  • Agent: Brady & McCarthy
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A detached house in a suburb on the edge of the Dublin Mountains, a short walk from the controversial Stepaside Garda station, has been extended up and out since its owners bought it 20 years ago.

Number 10 Stepaside Park, Stepaside, Dublin 18, a 214sq m (2,306sq ft) is a four-bed with an attic conversion used as a fifth bedroom is for sale for €795,000 through agent Brady & McCarthy. It has recently been painted, inside and out, and has new carpets and flooring.

Accommodation includes the livingroom and diningroom on the left of the front hall. Both rooms are timber-floored and are connected by double doors. On the right is a familyroom.

The heart of the house is towards the back, where the kitchen opens into the breakfastroom/family room area, looking on to the back garden through large picture windows. The Nolan kitchen has granite countertops, a tiled floor and opens into a good-sized utility room, with access from it to the front and back gardens.

Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms off the landing, and a family bathroom: the main bedroom has an en suite shower room.

The owner describes the attic conversion as one of the best features of the house: it has wall-to-wall mirrored Sliderobes, four Veluxes with good views of the Dublin mountains, and an en suite shower room with surround sound music speakers.

Outside, there’s a patio and lawn at the rear and space to park several cars at the front. The property carries an annual service charge of €756 per year.

Stepaside Park is a short walk to buses from Stepaside village and about 15 minutes walk to Glencairn Luas stop, says the owner.