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Explore this award-winning Dublin 6 home without ever leaving your couch

Take a VR tour of a two-bedroom Ranelagh gem.

If you have Google Cardboard or another VR headset, you can enjoy a full 3D experience by tapping the ‘goggles’ icon. 

SITTING ON RANELAGH’s Richmond Place, this two-bedroom property is a world away from the Georgian architecture typically associated with Dublin 6.

Since it was first built in 2006, Number 10 has won multiple design awards, and was dubbed “exceptional” by the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.

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The unusual interlocking design of the home makes it a perfect fit for what could have been a tricky corner site.

Upon stepping into the house, you meet a crossroad of sorts, with steps down to the living dining area and the kitchen directly in front of you.

Designed in stainless steel and oak, the galley-style kitchen is a striking first view. There’s a utility room off of it, and the food preparation area overlooks both the living area and the garden.

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Outside, there’s a perimeter lawn and more garden to the front – all low-maintenance, but still pretty.

The front garden is bordered by a brick wall that matches the exterior of the property. From here, a gate takes you to the courtyard – a gorgeous “outside room” to relax in.

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The two bedrooms are located upstairs, and boast floor-to-ceiling windows, oak floors and a concealed wardrobe each.

In the main bedroom, you’ll find a concertina wall, and has plenty of space.

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Elsewhere, the bathroom features a stylish layout and a striking glass ceiling, so feel free to stargaze as you bathe.

Located halfway between Ranelagh and Rathmines, Richmond Place can’t be beaten for location.

The high-end boutiques and restaurants of Ranelagh village are five minutes away, as is the more casual, relaxed Rathmines village. There are two cinemas within walking distance, and the city centre is 15 minutes away.

10 Richmond Place, Off Upper Mountpleasant Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 is on sale for €895,000 from Sherry FitzGerald Rathmines via The property is open for viewing on Saturday, April 21st from 11:30-12:15pm.

This virtual reality tour is presented as part of Experience Your World with KBC. 

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