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PHOTOS: Take a look around Dermot Bannon's home

The Dublin property is on the market for €649,000.

DERMOT BANNON’S DUBLIN home is on the market for €649,000.

The architect has become a household name in recent years thanks to the success of RTÉ’s Room to Improve. The show follows Bannon as he helps members of the public create their dream homes.

000f6cd3-614 Dermot Bannon (left) on the set of a Room to Improve episode Source: RTÉ

The house on Bantry Road in Drumcondra is listed for sale with auctioneers DNG.

The listing for the property describes it as “a simply beautiful family home complimented by a wonderfully designed extension to the rear overlooking a mature west-facing garden extending in excess of 65m”.

Check out the property below:

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Images of property via DNG/

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