Stunning mid-century home with panoramic sea views

Stunning mid-century home with panoramic sea views




Jun 2013

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
4 Bathrooms

About our home

Our stunning home was completely renovated by award winning architect and interior designer in 2017 to built in 2007 to the highest standards. With 180 degree views over Dublin bay you can see the sunrise over Dalkey Island and set over the city. It is a 200 yards from Dalkey village, Dublin's most sought after suberb, with neighbours including Bono and ( Popular for good reason, Dalkey is a wonderful seaside village with delicious cafes and restaurants, great shops and historic Dalkey Castle. With White Rock, Killiney Beach and Coliemore Harbour literally on our doorstep, swimming, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding are popular. Killiney Hill Park, which commemorates Queen Victoria's visit in the 19th Century is a short walk away. If you want to venture further afield, historic Sandyove and Dun Laoghaire are just a mile and two away, while Dublin city centre, ten miles away is easily accessible by commuter train (dart station 7 minutes walk). Our home comes with a BBQ, two bikes, a parking space, and all equipment for an infant.


More about us

  1. We're a couple with a 3 beautiful daughters aged 5,3 and 1

  2. Alan manages an IT intelligence company and Jennifer is a doctor working for the national health service

  3. We love family, friends, good food and wine, sailing, swimming and hiking and Dalkey has it all

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Cavistons, Tribes, Rasam
Cool bars
Fitzgeralds Pub
Cozy cafés
Wine 64
Retail therapy
Toil and Glitter
Bit of culture
Joyce Martello Tower
Walks in the park
Dun Laoghaire East and West Piers
Spot of exercise
Killiney Hill
Day tripping
Dublin CIty Centre, Glendalough, Powerscourt

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