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Quichon, Ceanchor Road, Baily, Howth, County Dublin

4 beds Detached House 4 bath 460 m 2 Energy Rating


Quichon, built some ten years ago, is a modern, spacious family home sitting on c1.5 acres, with a south facing mature garden. This beautiful 4 bedroomed house of almost c5000 square feet is set over two floors, with the living space on the upper level maximising the views of Dublin Bay. The well-designed rooms are generously proportioned with an abundance of light all around you.

The property is accessed by a driveway from Ceanchor Road leading to an extensive gravel forecourt.
Upon entering Quichon’s reception room you are immediately drawn to the stunning views of Dublin Bay and the sense of light and air; this room has access to the south facing balcony through the French doors and leads to both other rooms on this level.

The main living space has been designed to provide plenty of light and space, the highlight being the generously proportioned kitchen-dining room, with a large central island perfect for family living and entertaining, four-oven Aga, integrated Miele oven and twin butler’s sinks. Extending from the kitchen there is an east facing conservatory with direct access to the terrace and garden, which makes a delightful sunny breakfast room.
The drawing room has views across to the Bull Island with a garden level patio on which you can enjoy the evening sun.

From the central living space, the lower level of bedrooms and utility rooms are accessed via a continuous spiral staircase or from the adjacent lift. There is a central vestibule which leads to the four bedrooms, family bathroom, basement and washroom. The generously sized master bedroom with access to the garden through French doors offers a large en-suite bathroom, a dressing room and built in wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities at the other end of the house, all with direct access to the garden.

Careful use of neutral tones in the décor; and a selection of natural wood and stone materials give this house a bright and airy feel. The architectural design is evident in the way the spaces are sized and well connected.


Entr ...

Gallagher Quigley

27/28 Marino Mart, Fairview, Dublin 3

Tel: 01 818 3000

PSRA Licence No.  002278  /  002278

negotiator Conor Gallagher
Conor Gallagher Tel: 00353 (0)1 818 3000


Stamp Duty: €80,000.00
Total Amount: €4,580,000.00