On the market: four homes in Dublin 14

Located off Braemor Road, this 1950s semi-detached home is located in a quiet enclave that backs on to Milltown Golf Club. With a side garage, an attic ripe for conversion and an 80ft long back garden, there’s plenty of room to extend beyond its current floor area of 1,162 sq ft, subject to planning. A front porch opens into a reception hall, off which are a guest WC, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast room. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a shower room.

2 St Mary’s Avenue, Rathfarnham, D14

2 St Mary’s Avenue, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 €550,000 DNG (01) 490 4666

Built in the 1920s, St Mary’s Avenue is a short cul-de-sac across the road from Rathfarnham Castle with its park, playgrounds, woodland walkways and tearooms. Set behind original iron railings, No2 has been restored and extended to 1,066 sq ft. Off the entrance hall is a double bedroom and a living room with original quarry tiled floor. This leads on to a kitchen/diner, utility and guest WC. There are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom upstairs and a small courtyard to the rear.

71 The Maples, Bird Avenue, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14

71 The Maples, Bird Avenue, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14 €495,000 DNG (01) 283 2700

This mid-terrace townhouse is part of a development with an amenity green and two tennis courts for residents’ use. Spanning 710 sq ft, the house is dressed to impress with white walls and clean lines throughout. A tiled entrance porch opens into a living room overlooking the front drive. To the rear is a kitchen/dining room leading out to a patio garden with raised beds. Upstairs are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. It’s within walking distance of the UCD campus at Belfield.

230 Wyckham Point, Dundrum,

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