Charming 4 Bed Semi-Detached Home in Ballinteer, Dublin

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Ballinteer, Dublin, Ireland, Ballinteer (Ireland)

4 Bedrooms · 2 Bathrooms · 156Floor area




4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms



No pool

Not furnished


This charming 4-bedroom semi-detached property is situated in the sought after suburb of Ballinteer in Dublin. With plans already passed for a sizeable extension, this family home offers an abundance of potential to create your own bespoke living space.

The interior of the house comprises of a bright and airy entrance hall, which leads through to a generously sized family room with feature fireplace, perfect for entertaining friends and family alike. Further down the hallway is a guest WC, a large living room and a modern kitchen fitted with floor and wall units, oven and hob. A convenient utility room off the kitchen provides additional storage space and houses a Miele washing machine, Indesit tumble dryer and fridge freezer.

On the first floor, two well-lit double bedrooms provide ample space for growing families, while the larger of the two rooms also benefits from access to the mature rear garden. Additionally, a further bedroom, family bathroom and home office complete this level.

Outside, the house boasts off-street parking at the front and side of the property, as well as a substantial west-facing back garden (c. 100 ft) with potential for further development subject to FPP. The extensive garden features an array of mature trees and a Steeltech shed, providing plenty of outdoor space for alfresco dining and playtime for children.

The prime position of the property ensures it is close to a range of amenities and transport links, including Dundrum Village & Town Centre, Ballinteer, Rathfarnham and Nutgrove shopping centres, Marlay Park and Meadowbrook Sports centre – ideal for those seeking an active lifestyle. Several of South County Dublin's most prestigious primary and secondary schools are located within easy reach, such as Wesley College, The High School, Taney NS and Loreto High School Beaufort. Public transportation is plentiful, with the LUAS (Balally) and several bus routes nearby, as well as easy access to the M50 road network.

Number 35 Ballinteer Park presents a unique opportunity to purchase this wonderful 1930s built semi-detached family home, offering plenty of potential to create your own bespoke living space in a mature residential neighbourhood just minutes away from all amenities and transport links.


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Prepare to be enamoured by this captivating 4-bedroom detached home, a hidden treasure tucked away in the bustling town of Athy, Kildare. This eye-catching property nestles on a private, mature site, just 5km from the heart of Athy, and across from the historic Bert House, a testament to Ireland's rich heritage. Majestically designed and built in the 1960's by Lady Geoghegan, the house is a testament to her impeccable taste and love for fine details. Remarkable features like the 11-foot ceilings, intricate coving, and thorough plasterwork add an air of elegance and sophistication throughout this magnificent home. The imposing size of the property, 230 sq m (c.2475 sq ft) of pure luxury, provides ample accommodation. Although in great condition, a touch of modern adaptability could bring this gem an infusion of contemporary aesthetics and meet present homeowner's desires. Your new home's location is a perfect compromise between calm and convenience. It offers swift access to M9 and M7 motorways, making surrounding towns and cities like Newbridge (28km), Naas (45km), Portlaoise (25km) and Carlow (20km) easily accessible. Now, let's talk about Athy, a thriving commercial hub pulsating with life and a vibrant community spirit. The town provides a wealth of amenities - from shops, bars and restaurants to everything in between. Infrastructural development in Athy is commendable - with the train station providing regular daily services to Dublin and Waterford, city life is a mere 45 minutes away. Step inside the house and be instantly welcomed by a spacious entrance hall adorned with grand 11ft ceilings and an ornate centrepiece, setting the tone for the rest of the living area. The drawing room is a haven of comfort offering a marble fireplace, French doors leading to the patio, an ornate centrepiece and coving. For your culinary needs, the fully fitted kitchen comes with ground and eye level presses, a hot press, an extractor unit, and a range cooker. The house presents four bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobes and carpeting. Complementing these rooms are a family bathroom and a wet room. Alongside, there is a sunroom/utility, perfect for whipping up a family Sunday roast or catching up on laundry. Outside the house, the expansive grounds are a vision to behold with their mature trees, lawns and raised flower beds. It also features a tarmacadam drive to front and side and a garage with up and over door, and an additional fuel store. Envision waking up to the crisp Kildare air every morning, the seasons painterly changing right outside your window. The climate here is quite pleasant, with average temperatures ranging from 5°C in the winter to 20°C in the summer. Life in such a home offers an unparalleled experience – a blend of history, architecture, and modern living. With the right touch of updates, this property can become your ultimate dream home. It ticks all the right boxes for a family - comfort, space, privacy and the unparalleled joy of owning a home. Living in Athy offers the perfect balance of a rich cultural and historical setting with modern conveniences. It's not just a house, it's your pathway to a fulfilling, comfortable and serene lifestyle. Don't miss your chance to make this classic piece of architecture your own. Wake up to a distinct blend of nature and urban living, set against the intriguing backdrop of your unique home. Experience the rhythm of Athy, soak in the rich history, and embrace the promise of a beautiful future in your new home. The area's storied past and promising future, just like your new home, are waiting for you to add your chapter.

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This beautiful 1 bedroom cottage in The Gate Lodge, Johnsbrook, Fordstown, Navan,, Ireland is a perfect romantic hideaway. Dating back to c.1910, the property has been carefully conserved and renovated into an elegant four-roomed cottage, two up/ two down, that overlooks mature gardens. The entrance is on one storey with a central chimney breast containing fireplaces for all four rooms (the kitchen fireplace currently sealed). Renovation works carried out in 2011 have provided many modern features throughout the property. Accommodation includes the entrance porch, livingroom, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom as well as a Charnwood wood burning stove in the living room. Girley Bog is located within walking distance of the Lodge. This provides a looped walk in this beautiful natural heritage area. For other nearby amenities, the property is c. 10km (10 mins) from Kells town centre and c. 8km (8 mins) from the M3 access to Dublin. Clonmellon Village is 4.2km (c 5 mins) away and M50 c. 75 km - c. 50 mins. For those who enjoy outdoor activities, Fordstown is also home to a number of golf courses, parks, forests and beaches. The climate in the area is typically mild with warm summers and cool winters. Rainfall is relatively low, with some snow during the winter months. Living in The Gate Lodge offers the best of both worlds. It's situated in a rural setting, with plenty of peace and quiet, but it's close enough to enjoy the convenience of local amenities. A perfect blend of urban and rural life!

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