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Architecturally Stunning, Sea View Property


Detached House

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This property rises from the rocks, an architectural masterpiece. Even on a rainy evening, you can appreciate the sea of natural light as you enter the northeast-aspected building. A rooflight runs down the centre of the house pulling your eyes to the sea and the Howth peninsular beyond. The property has a true nautical appeal, it feels like a large craft with its beech ceilings and built-in furniture, and floor in maple. The ground slopes at a greater rate than the roof – creating a trapezoid section, resulting in a single storey at the south, entrance, end and two storeys to the north where the livingroom, study and main bedroom have sensational views of the sea with a special space reserved for the en suite bath which sits in a bay window affording views of the bay. The Architect ‘lifted the house up so you don’t see the bottom of the garden. It is a much more interesting use of a view and gives it impact’.
The main bedroom and livingroom have doors that fold back, joining them to a terrace with a pond fed by rainwater sliding down chains from the gutter. The rooms can also be closed down by insulated shutters, as can the study and the openings at the top of all the rooms along the house from the entrance, beginning with a study, to a kitchen, familyroom, dining-room and living space.
A wide stair runs down past all the living spaces, beneath the rooflight. At the base you dou-ble back past bedrooms and to a extremely large playroom beneath the entrance.

The property is located on Ardbrugh Road, just off Torca Road in the stunning coastal village of Dalkey renowned for its spectacular sea views. Dalkey is a sleepy seaside town with a difference. Amongst the beautiful surroundings of the coastline and scenic views from Killiney Hill, it is a vibrant town that comes alive at night. You can grab a bite to eat in one of its great seafood restaurants and then enjoy a drink in one of its historic pubs. Only twenty minutes from Dublin city centre by commuter rail means you can also get a taste of the city without having to stray too far from the seaside.

If it’s more structured fun and learning you are after, then stop into the Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre which hosts a variety of fun tours and includes live performances of the history of Dalkey Village and Castle. Ardbrugh Road is located close to some of the most stunning natural attractions in Ireland. The Killiney Hill Park offers breath-taking views of the surrounding area, while the nearby beaches are perfect for swimming, surfing, and sunbathing.

Property ID: 1629


  • Architecturally Stunning
  • Spectacular Sea Views
  • Home Gym
  • Exclusive
  • Unfurnished


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