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Light-filled luxury for €1.2m in a brand new Knocklyon development

Hersil is the final home to be built in the scheme – and the most impressive too.

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HERSIL SITS AMONG 28 other brand new homes in Knocklyon, Dublin 16, as the final property to be built in the Comer Group development.

Even from outside, it’s clear that the best was saved until last with this detached four-bedroom home.

Size-wise, it measures an impressive 297 sq m/3,200 sq ft. It sits on a standalone gated site, with landscaped gardens to the rear, and is packed with high-end features.

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Inside, the open-plan kitchen/dining area is situated to the rear of the home, with lovely views of the gardens and plenty of light.

Designed by Springhill Kitchens, it boasts a large kitchen island, fitted storage, silestone worktops and its own wine cooler.

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Hersil boasts two living rooms, one slightly more formal than the other, as well as an office that could be easily converted into a playroom.

The larger of the two living rooms has a feature fireplace, as well as a wood-burning stove, to keep the place cosy despite the sheer volume of glass and high ceilings the home has.

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The ground floor rooms are separated by pocket doors, meaning the house has a clever flow to it – it all feels open and spacious, and has been designed to maximise garden views and light.

Outside, you’ll find a huge garden in two parts, both of which can be seen from various parts of the house.

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All four bedrooms are large, and two have access to en-suite bathrooms. The upper level of the property is mostly taken up by sleeping accommodation, though there’s also a glamorous marble shower room and a large hot press.

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Knocklyon has a reputation for being one of Dublin’s most family-friendly suburbs, thanks to the close-knit community and abundance of green space.

Nestled at the foot of the Dublin Mountains, it’s easy to relax around here, but getting to the city centre is easy too.

Knocklyon is served by several Dublin Bus routes, and is right near the M50 – traffic permitting, you can be in town in 30 minutes.

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Hersil, Knocklylon Road, Knocklyon, Dublin 16 is on sale for €1,200,00 from Sherry FitzGerald Templeogue via Daft.ie. 

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