A deceptively spacious semi-detached family home in a highly desirable location is being brought to the market by REA Grimes.

Located off the Howth Road, in the coastal suburb of Clontarf, Number 38 Ashbrook is a well laid out three-bedroom property with an asking price of €695,000.

In excellent condition throughout, the house measures 135 sqm and was originally built as a four-bed.

The master and adjoining box bedroom were later combined to create an extra large bedroom. 

An entrance hall, with guest WC under the stairs, leads to the front-facing living room on the right and the kitchen and breakfast room at the rear of the house.

The bright and airy living room has semi-solid wooden flooring, bay window, coving and ceiling rose, open fire, and double doors leading to the large dining room, which also has semi-solid wooden flooring, coving, and ceiling rose.

Doors from the dining area doors lead to the well-lit conservatory, which has laminate flooring and access to rear garden.

The fitted kitchen, which can also be accessed from the conservatory, has built-in units at eye and counter level, granite countertops, Belfast sink, and a range of built-in appliances including a five-ring gas hob, extractor fan, double oven and microwave, fridge-freezer, washing machine, and dishwasher.

All three bedrooms have laminate flooring and built-in wardrobes, and are located upstairs.

The master bedroom overlooks the front of the house and has a fully tiled ensuite with shower, wash-hand basin and WC.

A large double bedroom is at the rear of the property, alongside a spacious single. 

From the first-floor landing, a staircase leads to a large, bright attic room with Velux windows and under-eaves storage. 

At the rear of the house, the south-west facing garden has a large storage shed and is laid out in Astro grass and stone paving; at the front, there is a cobble-lock driveway with off-street parking. 

Fees for the management company, Greendoor Property Management, are €275 per annum and subject to change. 

The property’s location is another outstanding feature.

For sports lovers, the nearby 220-acre St Anne’s Park has a substantial number of GAA, soccer and rugby pitches along with tennis courts and a pitch-and-putt course.

Clontarf Village, and its mix of shops, cafes, restaurants, boutiques, is within walking distance of the home.

Further along the sea front, the iconic Wooden Bridge provides access to the UNESCO-listed Bull Wall conservation area and Dollymount beach.

A cycle way along the promenade runs from Dublin city centre, which is only 5km away, towards Howth.

The area is well-serviced by public transport, providing easy access to the city centre, and Killester DART Station is within walking distance. 

Dublin Airport, DCU, IFSC, Dublin Port, East Point Business Park, M1 and M50 motorways and Beaumont Hospital are all within a short commute. 

For more details or to arrange a viewing, please call Jim Gallagher at REA Grimes Clontarf on (01) 853 0630 or email jim.gallagher@reagrimes.ie.