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This Victorian house in Clontarf is fit for royalty

It’s got everything but the butler.

THIS SEMI-DETACHED five-bedroom, six-bathroom house in Clontarf was originally built in 1898.

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Calaroga, 44 Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3 is for sale for €2,000,000 with Quillsen Fairview via Daft.ie.

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The house was extended to the side in 2000 and was effectively doubled in size and completely refurbished.

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There are three reception rooms on the ground floor, with solid timber flooring and feature fireplaces in each. The house retains many period features such as high ceilings and sash windows.

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The kitchen has black granite tiling, a centre island with storage, integrated appliances and track lighting as well as a full wall of glazing. It opens to the breakfast/dining area which has double doors opening to the cobblelock patio area.

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There is one en-suite bedroom on the ground floor level, while the garden level contains the kitchen and dining/living room as well as the family room and a utility room

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On the first floor are four bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring solid timber floors, a large en-suite and dressing area. Two other bedrooms are also en-suite.

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Calaroga, 44 Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3 is for sale with Quillsen Fairview via Daft.ie.

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