We Have Found The Most Impressive And Beautiful House In Dublin

We are obsessed with its quirky and unusual interior - not to mention the views of Dublin Bay

Monk

In terms of Irish property, this is probably as nice as it gets. 

5000 square feet of beautifully-designed property sitting right on right on Monkstown promenade with unparalleled views of Dublin Bay. 

Yep, it's our dream home. 

But the €2.4 million price tag means that it's painfully out of our reach right now. 

So for now... it's just that - a dream. 

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The elaborate home was built circa 1830, was refurbished in the 1980s and was then updated again in the 1990s to a very high standard. 

Throughout the house great care has been taken to source the best of design and craftsmanship to create a wonderful juxtaposition of old and new. 

This gorge gaff is a landmark on this stretch of the seafront due to its unique projecting first floor bay window which offers incredible views of the bay. 

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Other features include: 

  • Superb attention to detail throughout
  • Double fronted regency home in excellent condition
  • Wonderful period features throughout including marble chimneypieces and plaster cornicing
  • South-facing rear landscaped garden
  • Feature bespoke kitchen
  • Gas-fired central heating
  • Excellent public transport links including DART minutes away at Seapoint
  • Located in the heart of Monkstown village
  • Elegant 13ft ceilings
  • Stained glass 
  • Spiral and sweeping curved staircases 
  • Light-filled library
  • Long, grand hall downstairs
  • Enormous master bedroom (we're talkin' the size of an apartment)
  • Perfectly positioned whirlpool bath where one can soak while gazing at the sea
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Check out the full listing to see all of the other unusual rooms here

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Written By

Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovin.com / @alanalav

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