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153 Seafield Road East, Clontarf, Dublin 3, D03 E528

Semi-detached House





134 sq.m.

384.02 kWh/m2/yr


Karen Mulvaney is proud to present to market this exceptional family home with magnificent south facing garden and site to side. The address needs little introduction as it is Clontarf's finest and most sought-after road.

Rarely does a house and space like this come to market in Clontarf. The potential is enormous, subject to planning permission. While the house needs some upgrading, this will surely appeal to many who are looking for a phenomenal home or two!

Number 153 was built in the 1930's and retains many of its period features. Beautiful internal doors and high ceilings. The house was lovingly maintained with much care by the owners, it is in very good condition throughout, with some modern touches and updating needed.

Accommodation briefly comprises of enclosed porch, hallway with under stairs storage, downstairs w.c., two large interconnecting reception rooms and breakfast room. The bright sunroom and kitchen overlook the vast rear garden and complete the ground floor accommodation.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms; two to the front and two to the rear and separate w.c. and bathroom with shower. The two bedrooms at the rear take full advantage of the garden views with large windows and views of Poolbeg Chimneys.

Clontarf is a coastal suburb on the northside of Dublin. It has a range of commercial facilities and every required amenity is within walking distance. Belgrove boys and girls' school is a stone's throw from the house. Clontarf's most notable amenity is its seafront, with a promenade running continuously from Alfie Byrne Road to the wooden bridge at Dollymount.

As well as extensive walks, beach and green areas, St Anne's Park is a short leisurely stroll from here. Clontarf contains numerous sporting facilities, such as GAA, Rugby, Golf, Cricket, Tennis, Hockey and Sailing.

On the 130 bus route, to and from the city centre, there is a cosy village atmosphere and most roads lead down to the sea.

The place is steeped in history. Clontarf's ancient name, Cluain Tarbh, means "meadow of the bulls", from the sound of the waves on the seafront which was likened to the bellowing of bulls.

Viewing is a must to fully appreciate this beautiful home.


Ground Floor
Porch - 1.28m x 2.03 – Through double doors.
Hallway – 4.24m x 3.27m – Welcoming hallway with doors leading to w.c., living room, dining room and breakfast room off it.
Living Room – With large bay window to the front, original wooden floors, feature fireplace and sliding doors to..
Dining Room – Original wooden floors, high ceilings and feature fireplace.
WC – 1.7m x1.73m – Tiled flooring and splashbank, w.c. with w.h.b.
Breakfast Room – 3.87m x 2.46m – Wooden laminate flooring.
Kitchen – 3.32m x 2.76m – Overlooking rear garden with back door leading to garage and workshop space.
Sunroom – 2.99m x 2.57m – Wide bright sunroom overlooking rear garden.

First Floor
Master Bedroom – 3.26m x 3.97m - Large double bedroom with built in wardrobes, vanity unit and bay window.
Bedroom 2 – 4.2m x 3.97m - Equally impressive in size, bedroom 2 overlooks the rear garden and Poolbeg chimneys, with fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 3 – 3.08m x3.35m - Overlooking the front of the house, carpeted large single room.
Bedroom 4 - 3.08m 2.67m – To the rear, overlooking garden with fitted wardrobes and book shelves.
Bathroom - 2.79m x 2.58m – Floor and wall tiles, walk in shower and w.h.b.
WC – Tiled.

Workshop – 4.3m x 3.6m Single door from front leading to covered workshop area to side of house.
Garage – 4.52m x 2.76m – Double-door garage.

Size 134.2 sq.m.


  • Quiet location
  • Exceptional location
  • Plentiful Off Street Parking
  • Magnificent 40m South Facing Garden
  • Beside Sea
  • Development Potential (subject to PP)
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