This Cosy Little Ranelagh House Is A Cracker On The Inside

The price tag made us cry though...

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When it comes to villages to live in around Dublin, Ranelagh is always right up there among the most popular.

The main thing that excludes most people from the area is (obviously) price and as we all know, the Dublin property market is only going one way at the moment. 

Number 14 Dunville Avenue is no exception, coming in at just over €1 million but you’ll be getting a serious little house for your money that has been wonderfully refurbished and extended.

They've used every nook and cranny to make the place as airy and bright as possible...

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As the owners themselves say...

"Without a doubt, this is one of the most stylish homes to grace the market in Ranelagh this year. Extended and totally refurbished in 2002, a wonderful contemporary interior, designed with great flair awaits. 

"The brief was to maximise light and create interesting versatile living spaces.This was achieved in spades by the use of double height rooms, a Juliet balcony, large roof lights and tall floor to ceiling windows.The best of modern Irish design has been used with bespoke joinery, bookshelves, fireplaces, a wonderful teak staircase with glass balustrades."

If you have a million to spare somewhere, then the full listing is here.

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Niall Harbison

Niall founded Lovin' Dublin with a few fairly simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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