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Dublin: 3 °C Monday 21 October, 2019

This eye-catching Dublin home has its own treehouse and putting green

The thrice-as-nice Rathfarnham property is on the market for €1.25m.


BUILT IN 2001, 46 Charleville Square is an eye-catching five-bed that could easily be mistaken for a period property.

It’s on sale for €1,250,000 and is just a few minutes’ walk from the Dublin south side village of Rathfarnham. And if you’re wondering about that eye-catching exterior, it;s what the experts refer to as a “triptych” design.

Enter through a spacious hallway, where a double height ceiling accommodates the wraparound staircase. Alcoves and storage guarantee a nice flow – and less clutter.

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A large family room with its pristine parquet floor and plenty of space for hobbies and casual entertaining leads from the hallway. Three large windows ensure the space is flooded with natural daylight.  

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The open kitchen, dining and living area was extended in 2006 and is undoubtedly the hub of this home, allowing family members to go about their daily tasks individually while remaining social.

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The brightly-lit dining area includes wraparound windows that provide views over the back garden.


To the left of the open plan space is a more formal dining room, with matching chevron flooring that provides a link to the family room. Still benefiting from natural light, this space is a little cosier in size and tone, however, and is sure to suit the cooler, darker evenings.

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Upstairs, the large landing leads to five double bedrooms that all have fitted wardrobes.

Impressively, three of these bedrooms feature en suite bathrooms, while the other two share a big family bathroom. The master bedroom also benefits from a dual aspect, ensuring plenty of light and views over the front and back of this unique property.

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Because the back garden faces southwest and is completely secluded, open-air entertaining won’t be a problem.

The large patio area was made for outdoor seating, while further on, a vegetable garden, a large treehouse (with swings and slide) and even a six hole putting green, complete this space.

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Charleville Square is located on Butterfield Avenue, which is just a five minute walk from Rathfarnham village, and a three minute walk from Rathfarnham Shopping Centre.

Dublin city is a 20 minute drive or a bus ride away, but surrounding green spaces like Bushy Park, Marley Park, and St Enda’s Park ensure there’s plenty of room to breathe.

46 Charleville Square, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 is on the market for €1,250,000 through Susan Turley via

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