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Hilltop haven in South Dublin with its own spa room, cinema and bar

Hendre sits on an estate dating back to 1906.

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DESIGNED BY MARK Curran and inspired by famed architect Mies Van Der Roche, Hendre is a six-bedroom home designed for a family who want space, luxury and comfort, all in one place.

Built onto a gentle slope on Killiney Hill, the property’s floor-to-ceiling windows are designed to flood the home with light.

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Hendre comes in walk in condition, including a fully fitted kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, and an American-style fridge-freezer in the utility room.

For relaxing, there’s a spa room with a Jacuzzi bath, steam room and sauna, a home cinema room and even a dedicated bar area.

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Of the six bedrooms spread over the ground and first floors, five have en-suite bathroom access, plus there’s an additional family bathroom too.

You’ll find a private sun terrace off the master suite, as well as a walk-in wardrobe with a glass ceiling.

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The house’s 637 sq mt floor area spans three floors, with coastal views from almost every room.

In the main living areas, the vast ceilings in the dining room and drawing room reach heights of 3 metres, to truly welcome the outside in.

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Hendre is located just five minutes from Killiney, one of Dublin’s most desirable residential locations, with plenty of cute cafés and a Blue Flag beach. From here, it’s just thirty-five minutes on the DART to the city centre.

Hendre, St George’s Avenue, Killiney, Co Dublin, is on sale for €3.9m from Sherry FitzGerald Dalkey via Daft.ie.

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