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"Silveracre", 724 Howth Road, Blackbanks, Dublin 5 D05E0H6

6 beds Detached House 4 bath 4360 ft 2 Energy Rating


“Silveracre” is a classic 1930’s family home with development potential.

Extensively modernised in recent years and presented in excellent condition throughout, “Silveracre” is surrounded by lush well stocked gardens that give immense privacy and add a parkland feel to an urban setting. The house extends to c4,360 sq ft and is conveniently located within a short stroll of the seafront promenade, the Bull island and St Anne’s Park.

Architects of this era tended to select prime sites and at 0.47 acres “Silveracre” is no exception. 1930’s design tended to focus on dual aspects of greater width than depth, a concept that has stood the test of time here admirably. Lots of naturally bright rooms from which to admire the stunning gardens to the front and rear, high ceilings and perfect generous proportions each ordained with attractive joinery, open fireplaces and a comfortable warmth of character few homes can equal.

This location is genuinely convenient to all residential amenities. The nearby Raheny village and Dart station is within a short walk or 2 minute drive, the centre of Clontarf and Sutton are equidistant and Eastpoint business park, the IFSC , and Dublin’s city centre are within a brief commute away. Viewers should also note that Dublin’s international airport is within a 20 minute drive and a large choice of excellent primary & secondary schools, leisure & golf clubs are also within easy reach.

Development potential:

In addition to its main driveway, “Silveracre” benefits from a “right of way for development” leading to its rear easterly boundary through the adjoining entrance of “Lonsdale”, designed by Adrian Hill architects & developed by MKN. This is an attractive crescent of modern homes, developed in part on a site of similar depth to “Silveracre”. Access is highlighted in the attached documents which clearly identify the development potential available here, subject to planning permission. Adrian Hill’s feasibility study identifies the potential for either 3 neat family homes to the rear, or perhaps two detached homes or one substantial residence (subjec ...

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: €27,000.00
Total Amount: €1,877,000.00

Sale Agreed
Sale Agreed