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The millionaire’s dream home in Co. Dublin

Rosbeg
Howth
Co. Dublin
Split-level bungalow
€1.5million

FOR commanding views of Dublin Bay and the Irish Sea coast, Rosbeg is hard to beat.

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This detached, split-level bungalow sits in a secluded spot on Windgate Road at Baily in Howth. The 1960s home, on nearly an acre, is on the market through Savills. It offers buyers prepared to pay the €1.5 million asking price a blank canvas to upgrade the property, which is in need of modernising.

Inside, the four-bedroom house is bright and there are coastal views from the principal reception rooms and the main bedroom. The property has been lovingly maintained as a family home for more than 40 years.

Open beams characterise the ceilings in the downstairs reception rooms, which lead out to a spacious balcony from which to enjoy the easterly aspect over the sea as far as the Kish lighthouse. The main bedroom also has sliding glass doors to a large balcony and seating area. Downstairs there is also a generous double bedroom adjoining an office space, which could work as a den or playroom.

Approached by a sweeping driveway, this home offers total seclusion in a mature setting. The garden features established shrubs and trees, and a double garage.

For more details contact: Carmel Coen, Savills Clontarf on 0353 1 853 0630

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