Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
An instantly appealing and exceptionally attractive end of terrace red brick Victorian period residence full of charm and character. This magnificent home boasts an enviable position located on this highly regarded road in the heart of Sandycove which is one of the most sought after locations in South County Dublin due to its proximity to the seafront, Bullock Harbour, Sandycove Harbour and the Forty Foot. It is situated within a short stroll of the superb facilities and amenities in Dalkey, Sandycove, Glasthule and Dun Laoghaire.
This exceptional property is oozing with potential and allows the discerning purchaser an opportunity to refurbish and renovate to their own taste and style and bring this beautiful Victorian period home to modern day standards. 15 Breffni Terrace is full of character and is exceptionally attractive with its bay windows and the generously proportioned accommodation extends to approximately 330sq.m (3552sq.ft) over three levels and the current owners have retained and maintained the beautiful period features of the Victorian era such as fireplaces, cornicing and ceiling roses throughout. The beautiful upper floors of this wonderful home are spectacular with views across Dublin Bay to Howth and the Kish Lighthouse and over towards Dalkey Hill and Quarry from the rear. The house is enhanced by its position being at the end of the terrace and so benefits from beautiful morning sun through its easterly facing windows.
The newly attractive landscaped front garden offers important off street carparking. To the rear of the property there is a beautiful patio garden with lawned area which benefits from the sunny southerly orientation. As the property is end of terrace there is pedestrian side access from the adjoining lane into the rear garden and the front garden.
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