Seaside home in Dublin

Seaside home in Dublin


May 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home offers the best of Dublin - just a 2 minute walk to the beach at Sandycove, 5 minutes walk to the delicious food shops and restaurants of Glasthule, 10 minute walk to the famous Dalkey village, only 20 minutes on the Dart (coastal train) to Dublin city centre or a 30 minute drive to the stunning Wicklow countryside.

A well-positioned Victorian terraced home enjoying great character and superb bright, light filled accommodation retaining many period features. The property has been upgraded and refurbished over the years and offers a wonderful home to visit Dublin from and enjoy. Sandycove was recently reported to be Ireland's most expensive neighbourhood to buy a house in but we promise it is also among Ireland's most relaxed -

The house is two-story over basement. Bright, contemporary kitchen on ground floor with a living room and study also on this level. The basement has the children's playroom, a utility room with washer and dryer, the guest bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms (master with ensuite) plus the family bathroom. It is approx 2100 sq ft.

Well maintained front and back garden for those times when you aren't at the beach or exploring the local area!

Car, kayak and bikes included.


Cillian's reviews

As a host (5)

More about us

  1. Self employed, tech entrepreneur.

  2. Married with 3 young children age 5, 10 and 13

  3. Want to learn to paraglide. Love the sea and lakes.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Cavistons, Oliveto and Carluccios
Cool bars
Fitzgeralds, Finnegans
Cozy cafés
64 Wine
Bit of culture
Bloomsday and the James Joyce Tower
Walks in the park
Dun Laoghaire People's Park
Spot of exercise
Sea swimming and Killiney Hill
Day tripping
Powerscourt, Trinity College, the Dublin bay boat across to Howth

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