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Treetops, Claremont Road, Howth, County Dublin

5 beds 3 baths 340.7m 2Energy RatingDetached House
Eircode: D13 ET92
Gallagher Quigley
Gallagher Quigley
Tel: 01 818 3000
PSRA Licence No. 002278
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Claremont Road, a secret peaceful place where few very fortunate residents get to experience life in this magical setting. The distinctive rural feel on arrival is heightened by the theatrical entrance, over the railways level crossing at Howth Lodge leading to a serene cul-de-sac of several private homes. Tall trees provide a blanket of calmness around this special place where the sounds of waves can be heard nearby. The theatrics continues as a private avenue for residents only, leads to the burrow beach behind. One of this homes many endearing features includes a “dinghy park” on the beach, complementing one of its many favoured amenities. This is one of those unique homes that is worth pushing the boat out for, if you will pardon the intended pun! Howth’s harbour, marina, village, dart station and a seemingly endless choice of restaurants and shops are all within a short stroll of home, via the road or the beach at low tide. “Treetops” is clearly an enchanting home of immense character and charm. No doubt its new owners will wish to put their own stamp on modernising its dated interior, yet it is particularly homely and inviting as is. Its comfortable interior is ready to occupy while deciding on how best to make it your own. Any further investment here is well worth while, as there is ample space throughout its c.3,658 Sq.Ft (C.340M2) to cater for every family members need. Outside, a glorious private garden surrounds “Treetops” attracting an abundance of natural light throughout the day. Every aspect of this home is to be enjoyed as each room has its own optimal time of day, as is the case for all areas of its garden. A pleasant outlook is enjoyed from all rooms downstairs, while the views of Irelands Eye and its surrounding seascape are an unexpected delight to the eye from the half landing and upper floors. Imperative viewing by appointment with Conor Gallagher +35318183000 info@gallagherquigley.ie

Features

Detached private beach home c.3,658 Sq.Ft (C.340M2) Direct beach access / “dinghy park on beach” Prime location Close to harbour, marina, Dart & village Large private gardens Dual oil/solid fuel heating Open fireplaces

BER Details

BER: G BER No.113815104 Energy Performance Indicator:514.15 kWh/m²/yr
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Treetops, Claremont Road, Howth, County Dublin

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Beds5 beds
PriceSold
Property TypeDetached House
Size340.7 meters2
Energy RatingBER-G
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EircodeD13 ET92

Description

Claremont Road, a secret peaceful place where few very fortunate residents get to experience life in this magical setting. The distinctive rural feel on arrival is heightened by the theatrical entrance, over the railways level crossing at Howth Lodge leading to a serene cul-de-sac of several private homes. Tall trees provide a blanket of calmness around this special place where the sounds of waves can be heard nearby. The theatrics continues as a private avenue for residents only, leads to the burrow beach behind. One of this homes many endearing features includes a “dinghy park” on the beach, complementing one of its many favoured amenities. This is one of those unique homes that is worth pushing the boat out for, if you will pardon the intended pun! Howth’s harbour, marina, village, dart station and a seemingly endless choice of restaurants and shops are all within a short stroll of home, via the road or the beach at low tide. “Treetops” is clearly an enchanting home of immense character and charm. No doubt its new owners will wish to put their own stamp on modernising its dated interior, yet it is particularly homely and inviting as is. Its comfortable interior is ready to occupy while deciding on how best to make it your own. Any further investment here is well worth while, as there is ample space throughout its c.3,658 Sq.Ft (C.340M2) to cater for every family members need. Outside, a glorious private garden surrounds “Treetops” attracting an abundance of natural light throughout the day. Every aspect of this home is to be enjoyed as each room has its own optimal time of day, as is the case for all areas of its garden. A pleasant outlook is enjoyed from all rooms downstairs, while the views of Irelands Eye and its surrounding seascape are an unexpected delight to the eye from the half landing and upper floors. Imperative viewing by appointment with Conor Gallagher +35318183000 info@gallagherquigley.ie

Features

Detached private beach home c.3,658 Sq.Ft (C.340M2) Direct beach access / “dinghy park on beach” Prime location Close to harbour, marina, Dart & village Large private gardens Dual oil/solid fuel heating Open fireplaces

BER Details

BER: G BER No.113815104 Energy Performance Indicator:514.15 kWh/m²/yr