5 Insane Dublin Pads You Need To Check Out Right Now
On the market for a new place to lay your head, but not too fond of the idea of trolling DAFT for a fortnight? Then we've got just the thing.
We've done a round up of some of Dublin's best and brightest new cribs, and we have to say, some of them are total knockouts. If you're on the lookout, then we suggested having a glance over these beauties.
And oh yeah, it might help if you're stinkin' rich too...
1. This detached refurbished period house on Shrewsbury Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Six beds (five doubles), eight baths, a detached coach house and bucket loads of room to live out your dreams. You could potentially end up being in crippling debt for the rest of your adult life, but its definitely worth it to live in this absolute palace.
AND, the price has recently been slashed down to €15,000 monthly – surely this is some sort of sign?
2. This beaut of a flat at Elmfield Ballyogan Road, Sandyford, Dublin 18
Just that bit out of town, which makes you really feel like you've escaped the office after a super long day. Yet still within reach of everything you'd ever need. Happy days.
This apartment boasts a huge amount of balcony space, three bedrooms AND three bathrooms. Very important.
3. These breath-taking homes in Thornbury Hill, Howth
Designed by McCrossan O’Rourke Manning Architects, these eight awe-inspiring homes are all built upon a third of an acre, in picturesque Howth, and each and will sell for between €1.4 – 1.6 million.
Classic, spacious and with views that would make you never want to leave, these beauties are really something else. Definitely worth checking out.
4. This life-changing Dublin townhouse, 25 Percy Place, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Forget what you've heard, money CAN buy you happiness – because money can buy you this house.
Located just outside the city centre at Percy Place, this meticulously renovated late Georgian townhouse is fit for royalty, with a stylish triple glazed extension, a peaceful setting overlooking the Grand Canal linear park, attractive landscaped and illuminated rear garden, and an impressive master bedroom suite.
All for just over a cool €2million. One can but dream...
5. This dream house on Bramley Hill, Danesfort Avenue
Howth has always been the preferred dwelling place for the people of Ireland who enjoy the finer things of life, and this house demonstrates why just beautifully.
Ample living space, a whopper garden and all the best design touches, but the real clincher? It has the best view of Dublin Bay ever. Really. Now all we need is a casual €3.5 mill. Anyone wanna go halves on a Euromillions ticket?