Break­ing the mews mould in D4

Built to a design brief that fo­cused on ‘en­clo­sure, trans­parency and light’, this cool and con­tem­po­rary four-bed house ex­tends to 372sq m over two lev­els and is fam­ily friendly de­spite its sharp edges

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - Property The Market - 2.25m

has four bed­rooms, one of which is cur­rently used as an of­fice. The prin­ci­pal bed­room fea­tures a long bal­cony over­look­ing the rear gar­den, and a size­able en-suite.

The base­ment is where the fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment re­sides – in the form of a home cin­ema with in­te­grated state of the art sound sys­tem by Bow­ers & Wilkins and a pool ta­ble.

The rear gar­den is large in com­par­i­son to mews court­yards and with AstroTurf, built in seat­ing and tall planters re­quires very lit­tle main­te­nance.

While mews prop­er­ties have rarely been at­trac­tive to fam­i­lies, this house has an abun­dance of room to raise a brood – at­ten­tion to de­tail is ev­i­dent in the be­spoke child stair­gates in solid oak to match the treads.

Sherry FitzGer­ald is seek­ing ¤2.25 mil­lion for the prop­erty. Next door a small ter­raced mews is also on the mar­ket. Mea­sur­ing 83sq m Ben­netts is seek­ing ¤595,000, which equates to ¤7,168 per sq m, Num­ber 54 with a far su­pe­rior spec­i­fi­ca­tion on a pri­vate site equates to ¤6,048 per sq m.

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