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Three-level home near the sea at one of Dublin's most desirable addresses

It’s five minutes drive from Dublin Bay and another ten from the city centre.

dream1 Source: Daft

RESIDENTS OF HOWTH, Clontarf and the area around Dublin Bay have the distinct advantage living at a seaside location without a major commute to the city centre.

If that balance of sea air and urban amenities appeals to you, you may want to take a look at 158 Howth Road, a five-bedroom home perfect for family living.

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The detached property is located just a five minute drive from the coast, and a further ten minutes from Dublin city centre, while also enjoying the many local amenities on offer in Clontarf and nearby Howth.

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Standing on one third of an acre and spanning three levels, the house has plenty of space both inside and out, with a large garden to the rear, a drive to the front and additional secure parking at the side of the house.

On entering at ground level, a wide entrance porch with large windows opens immediately into a living room, dining room and kitchen/casual dining area all with Canadian maple flooring.

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A hallway connects the living spaces to a bathroom, two bedrooms and a conservatory.

dream2 Source: Daft

The interior is light-filled and spacious on both the ground and upper level, with an additional three-room basement space of 1,000 sq ft for storage, playroom, den, office or other use.

One the dormer-style upper level are three more bedrooms and a family bathroom, with additional eaves storage space off the landing.

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The property is gated to the front and the rear garden is lined with mature trees and shrubbery to offer extra privacy.

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Both Killester and Clontarf DART stations are nearby, and the area is also well served by Dublin Bus routes.

158 Howth Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3 is for sale for €1,025,000 with Savills North Dublin via Daft.ie.

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