Home, St Fintan’s Road, Sutton, Dublin 13
Selling price: €1.75m Broker: Gallagher Quigley (01) 818 3000
Last week’s property supplement incorrectly described Home in Sutton as 18 Bailey Green Road in Howth. Here is the correct description of the coastal property.
After years of living abroad, the owners of Daheim were clearly serious about returning to Ireland, as the name of the house is German for ‘home’.
The property has a floor area of 3,633 sq ft, overlooking Dublin Bay. The home was designed with these views in mind and sits on an elevated position with the interior accommodations being inverted to show the views of the sea, coast and mountains that lie ahead as far as the eye can see.
The bedrooms are on the ground floor. All of these have their own bathroom. It would be no exaggeration to call the master a “suite” as it also comes complete with a walk-in closet and home gym.
Upstairs are three separate reception rooms. At the front of the house is the living room with doors to the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen features bespoke Miele furniture with a matte finish and a cooking island with seating for four.
In the middle of the house there is a study, a powder room, a utility room and a laundry room.
At the rear is a family room that leads into the dining room. This room opens onto a bridge which takes you to the lawned part of the garden with a children’s play area and a large raised terrace which looks out over the house and the sea.
St Fintan’s Road is just off Strand Road in Sutton and is within walking distance of many schools including Sutton Park, St Fintan’s National School and Santa Sabina. It is also next to two golf clubs.
Daheim has a B1 energy rating and has solar powered and geothermal heating systems. It is offered for sale by Gallagher Quigley at a guide price of 1.75 million euros.
https://www.independent.ie/life/home-garden/sutton-home-comes-with-views-of-sea-and-geothermal-heating-42083447.html The Sutton house has sea views and geothermal heating