For Sale

La Scala & Cassini, Vico Road Dalkey,

Dalkey, Co. Dublin, A96 W827
Asking price

John O'Sullivan

Blackrock Office
John O'Sullivan

Is this the property for you?

4 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
241 sqm

Climb the steps from Vico Road to La Scala, a detached Victorian period residence nestled above the rooftops boasting breath-taking unhindered views over Dalkey Island, Killiney Bay, Bray Head and The Sugarloaf. Although the house has now fallen into disrepair, planning permission has been granted in January 2020 (D19A/0856) to demolish the 241 sq.

Property details

BER No. 104930482
Energy Performance Indicator: 570.29 kWh/m2/yr


  • Reception Hall (2.80m x 1.80m )with timber floor, magnificent double doors from hall looking out over Dublin Bay, painted timber panelling and door to
  • Kitchen (7.50m x 6.15m )with steps down, timber floor, three sliding sash windows looking out to sea, double folding French doors opening out to the terrace, dual aspect windows looking out to Bray Head, painted vaulted timber panelled ceiling, gas fired Aga, wet bar with Belfast sink set in and timber draining board, space for fridge and double folding doors opening into the
  • Reception Room (3.80m x 3.79m )with coving, centre rose, high window, period marble fireplace with cast iron inset and slate hearth, timber floor, television and telephone point, a period radiator and double folding doors with fan light over opening into the
  • Inner Hall with door to the side, lobby with cloak hanging area, arch into the bedroom area or sitting room, painted cast iron fireplace with stone inset and hearth, dual aspect windows looking out to Bray Head, and stairs lead down to the lower level
  • Shower Room comprising step in tiled shower, w.c., wash hand basin and Xpelair extractor fan

The neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Credit Union/banks
Post office
Park and playground
Doctor/pharmacies/health centre

Dalkey is one of South County Dublin’s most scenic coastal suburbs, and a favoured spot to settle down in for Dublin celebrities (famously home to Bono, Enya, Neil Jordan and recently, a spot of respite for Matt Damon during filming!). The town’s name is originally derived from the Irish ‘Deilg Inis’ which translates to Thorn Island, now known as Dalkey Island, located just off the coast near Coliemore Harbour.

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