HomeIrelandDublinDublin CountyMalahide37 Milford, Old Yellow Walls Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin
€895,000

37 Milford, Old Yellow Walls Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin

4 beds 3 baths 144m 2Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on Aug 26, 2022
Eircode: K36H348
Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Howth Road
Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Howth Road
Tel: 01 853 6016
PSRA Licence No. 001848
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No 37 Milford is the epitome of 'turn-key'. A standalone, detached family residence of over 1,500 sqft which sits on a site of 0.13 of an acre approximately. From the moment you approach the property it is clear to see the current owners passion for their home, there is not a blade of grass out of place. Both the house and grounds have been beautifully maintained and upgraded such that No 37 presents for sale almost 'as new'. A substantial four bedroom home of some distinction with an attic conversion which boasts views of the estuary nearby and a sunroom extension to the rear. The property is both, in a convenient location and yet entirely private. The large sweeping cobble locked driveway provides ample room for off street parking while a large domestic garage to the side will allow for further development subject to planning or room for a classic car or any variety of hobbies and interests. The accommodation is meticulously well presented and upgraded to a B3 energy rating and as such will qualify for a 'green mortgage' rate. There are 3 interconnecting reception rooms which can seamlessly accommodate guests at a party or be used separately for growing families. The front living room has a fireplace as the focal point with a natural fire and a box bay window while the ceiling coving and centre rose adds a touch of grandeur. Double doors lead from here to the dining room and a sliding door from there to the sunroom which beautifully connects the main house and the garden to the rear which is the jewel in the crown of this fine family home. The kitchen / breakfast room to the rear is cleverly laid out and tastefully designed with white shaker style kitchen units and a granite counter-top. All appliances are fully integrated and include an induction hob, a double oven and tall fridge / freezer, there is a separate utility off the kitchen plumbed for a washing machine and dryer. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one ensuite and the main bathroom which is fitted out as a wet room. The attic room is a very versatile living space and has been used as a home office, den / play room, additional accommodation for guests and is now a very 'zen' living room with views over the estuary that the owners retire to in the evening time. The gardens to the rear are worth the entry fee alone. At 75 x 33ft (approx.) it is the ideal size for the green fingered outdoor enthusiasts whilst also relatively low maintenance for those with a busy lifestyle. Almost every inch of the garden has been cultivated in such a way that it creates a feature or creates more recreation space. The is a large patio which catches the evening sunshine and a love seat at the foot of the garden which holds the catches the last few raise of sunshine from the west. The position of the house on the site means that the garden enjoys sunshine from morning to evening. The property could not be better located, situated close to the Estuary in Malahide, within a few minutes of the village. Proximity to Dublin Airport and easy access to the City Centre coupled with all the Village has to offer have made Malahide the most popular location in North County Dublin. There are excellent primary and secondary schools available alongside all the social and essential amenities Malahide has to offer. Not to mention long walks around the expansive grounds of the Castle on your doorstep, access to the beachfront or water via the Marina nearby and an impressive array of sporting facilities including, Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Sailing, GAA, Football and Rugby all well catered for it is easy to see just why Malahide is now so sought after. Viewing strictly by private appointment.

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Detached 4 bedroom family home B3 energy rating - suitable for a green mortgage Attic Conversion Side garage Off street parking for 4/5 cars if necessary Excellent condition throughout Renovated and extended to 144 sqm / 1,550sqft (approx.) Beautifully landscaped grounds of C 0.35 of an acre Private orientation Superb location close to Malahide Estuary and a short walk to the village Excellent broadband speeds available Gas fired central heating

BER Details

BER: B3 147.01

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Barry Connolly
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37 Milford, Old Yellow Walls Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin

€895,000

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Beds4 beds
Price€895,000
Property TypeDetached House
Size144 meters2
Energy RatingBER-B3
Refreshed onAug 26, 2022
EircodeK36H348

Description

No 37 Milford is the epitome of 'turn-key'. A standalone, detached family residence of over 1,500 sqft which sits on a site of 0.13 of an acre approximately. From the moment you approach the property it is clear to see the current owners passion for their home, there is not a blade of grass out of place. Both the house and grounds have been beautifully maintained and upgraded such that No 37 presents for sale almost 'as new'. A substantial four bedroom home of some distinction with an attic conversion which boasts views of the estuary nearby and a sunroom extension to the rear. The property is both, in a convenient location and yet entirely private. The large sweeping cobble locked driveway provides ample room for off street parking while a large domestic garage to the side will allow for further development subject to planning or room for a classic car or any variety of hobbies and interests. The accommodation is meticulously well presented and upgraded to a B3 energy rating and as such will qualify for a 'green mortgage' rate. There are 3 interconnecting reception rooms which can seamlessly accommodate guests at a party or be used separately for growing families. The front living room has a fireplace as the focal point with a natural fire and a box bay window while the ceiling coving and centre rose adds a touch of grandeur. Double doors lead from here to the dining room and a sliding door from there to the sunroom which beautifully connects the main house and the garden to the rear which is the jewel in the crown of this fine family home. The kitchen / breakfast room to the rear is cleverly laid out and tastefully designed with white shaker style kitchen units and a granite counter-top. All appliances are fully integrated and include an induction hob, a double oven and tall fridge / freezer, there is a separate utility off the kitchen plumbed for a washing machine and dryer. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one ensuite and the main bathroom which is fitted out as a wet room. The attic room is a very versatile living space and has been used as a home office, den / play room, additional accommodation for guests and is now a very 'zen' living room with views over the estuary that the owners retire to in the evening time. The gardens to the rear are worth the entry fee alone. At 75 x 33ft (approx.) it is the ideal size for the green fingered outdoor enthusiasts whilst also relatively low maintenance for those with a busy lifestyle. Almost every inch of the garden has been cultivated in such a way that it creates a feature or creates more recreation space. The is a large patio which catches the evening sunshine and a love seat at the foot of the garden which holds the catches the last few raise of sunshine from the west. The position of the house on the site means that the garden enjoys sunshine from morning to evening. The property could not be better located, situated close to the Estuary in Malahide, within a few minutes of the village. Proximity to Dublin Airport and easy access to the City Centre coupled with all the Village has to offer have made Malahide the most popular location in North County Dublin. There are excellent primary and secondary schools available alongside all the social and essential amenities Malahide has to offer. Not to mention long walks around the expansive grounds of the Castle on your doorstep, access to the beachfront or water via the Marina nearby and an impressive array of sporting facilities including, Golf, Tennis, Cricket, Sailing, GAA, Football and Rugby all well catered for it is easy to see just why Malahide is now so sought after. Viewing strictly by private appointment.

Accommodation

Features

Detached 4 bedroom family home B3 energy rating - suitable for a green mortgage Attic Conversion Side garage Off street parking for 4/5 cars if necessary Excellent condition throughout Renovated and extended to 144 sqm / 1,550sqft (approx.) Beautifully landscaped grounds of C 0.35 of an acre Private orientation Superb location close to Malahide Estuary and a short walk to the village Excellent broadband speeds available Gas fired central heating

BER Details

BER: B3 147.01

Directions

Negotiator

Barry Connolly