For Sale

10 Sefton Rochestown Avenue,

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 A8X2
Asking price

Rory Kirwan

Dalkey Office
Rory Kirwan

Is this the property for you?

4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
186 sqm

An exceptionally attractive detached double fronted family home positioned in this highly regarded development off Rochestown Avenue opposite the newly built National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) and a regular bus service.

This substantial home was constructed circa 1979 and occupies a large corner plot (the biggest in Sefton) that would offer vast potential for further development in the form of a large extension to the side of the property or even as a detached dwelling subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions.

Property details

BER No. 114769870
Energy Performance Indicator: 315.41 kWh/m²/yr


  • Enclosed Porch Entrance (2.05m x 1.15m )that opens into the
  • Reception Hall (5.05m x 3.90m )with solid oak Junckers floor, Dimplex storage heater, enclosed fuse board, timer for the immersion and door to
  • Understairs Guest W.C. with wall mounted w.c., wash hand basin, tiled floor and walls and fitted mirror
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (6.55m x 4.40m )with tiled floor, white kitchen comprising cabinets, presses, drawers, saucepan drawers, worktops, double drainer single bowl stainless steel sink unit, tiled splashback, Miele induction four ring electric hob with extractor over, Miele microwave, Miele double oven, Miele dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, part double glazed hardwood door leading out to the side, ceiling coving, recessed lighting and door to
  • Living Room (5.50m x 3.35m )with solid oak floor, ceiling coving, dual aspect windows, double glazed sliding patio door opening out to the rear, marble fireplace with solid fuel burning stove to the front and stone hearth, Dimplex storage heater and folding doors open through to the
  • Sitting Room (6.35m x 4.10m )with solid oak floor, ceiling coving, decorative rose, dado rail, television point, attractive marble fireplace with marble inset, stone hearth and open fire, Dimplex storage heater and dual aspect windows

The neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Shopping centres
Yacht clubs
Farmer’s Market

Dun Laoghaire has had its share of monikers over the years. Initially established as Dun Leary, then renamed Kingstown in honour of King George IV’s 1821 visit, it is now known in the original Irish spelling as Dun Laoghaire. One thing has stayed the same, however — the area’s popularity with residents and tourists alike!

Dun Laoghaire has a rich history as a major port, once being the largest in the country, as well as the endpoint for Ireland’s first railway.

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