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On the market: Four Dublin properties with sporting connections

A common theme links these four Dublin properties for sale.

5 The Innings, Observatory Lane, Rathmines, Dublin 6

€390,000 Young’s Estate Agents (01) 497 5581

Howzat for a view! This first floor apartment is perfectly situated for watching home games thanks to a private balcony with uninterrupted views of Leinster Cricket Club. The Innings also scores in terms of sports, because the club also offers tennis, squash, boccia, table tennis and a fitness studio.

Apartment seekers will be stunned by No5, a 495 square foot apartment with its own door, with a living room, kitchen, closet, bathroom and two bedrooms, both with sliding doors to this balcony. It is in close proximity to the village centers of Rathmines, Rathgar, Ranelagh and Harold’s Cross.

2 Rugby Villas, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

€775,000 Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh (01) 496 9909

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2 Rugby Villas, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

Having embarked on the task of modernizing their historic property with a major refurbishment in 2010, the current owners of No2 Rugby Villas are ready to pass this historic home on to a new generation while making progress elsewhere.

With 1,055 square feet of living space, the red brick end terrace features a front living room, powder room, and kitchen/dining room with a wall of sliding doors that open to a rear courtyard. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a bathroom.

The modern decor and double glazed sash windows play perfectly with antique fireplaces and original coves. It is easily accessible from Lansdowne Road.

3 Millrace Road, Phoenix Park Racecourse, Castleknock,
Dublin 15

€395,000 Sherry FitzGerald Castleknock (01) 820 1800

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3 Millrace Road, Phoenix Park Racecourse, Castleknock, Dublin 15

Millrace Road occupies elevated ground approximately where spectator stands overlooked the old Phoenix Park Racecourse before it was rededicated for development in the late 1990s.

The original model house apartment no. 3 is on the ground floor with its own entrance. With an area of ​​872 sqm it has two bedrooms (one ensuite), a master bathroom, a storage area and a dual orientation kitchen/living/dining area opening onto a wraparound balcony on either side.

While flat racing may not be on the schedule anymore, there’s plenty to do with a gym and playground on-site, and it’s a two-minute walk across the street to Phoenix Park.

19 Leopardstown Park, Stillorgan, County Dublin

€750,000 DNG breastfeeding organ (01) 283 2700

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19 Leopardstown Park, Stillorgan, County Dublin

Named after nearby Leopardstown racecourse, this 1,625 sqft semi-detached is a front runner in south Dublin’s competitive housing hunt.

Even if the tired decor needs to be put on the pasture, potential buyers will be scrambling for position to get this property down the home stretch.

The accommodation comprises a living room, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility room and wet room on the ground floor and four bedrooms and a bathroom on the upper floor.

Already 50 taller than the average family home, there is still room for further growth by building over the converted garage and extending the rear, pending planning.

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