Number 85 Blackheath Park is an exceptional three-bed home with a 75-foot long south-facing rear garden in Clontarf, Dublin. It is being brought to the market by REA Grimes, with an asking price of €885,000.

An exceptional three-bed, semi-detached home in walk-in condition but with lots of potential is being brought to the market by REA Grimes. 

Originally built as a four-bedroom property, Number 85 Blackheath Park in the coastal suburb of Clontarf, Dublin, is a spacious family residence with a 75-foot long south-facing rear garden and a large attic that could easily be converted.

The asking price is €885,000.

A driveway providing off-street parking – with lawned garden alongside – leads to the front porch of the house, which measures 154.5 sqm. 

The roomy entrance hall has under-stair storage and doors leading to the breakfast room, large dining room, and living room, which is separated from dining room by sliding doors.

From the other end of the dining room, a second set of internal doors opens out to the light-filled television room, which has ceiling-high, glass sliding doors leading to the garden.

The bright, fitted kitchen – with units at eye and counter level, tiled splashback and floor, integrated oven and hob and a skylight – is accessed via a large breakfast room located at the end of the hall.

This room has a gas fire and tiled surround, and door leading to the television room. 

Upstairs, there are three bedrooms – a master bedroom with ensuite WC, a double and a single – and a fully tiled family bathroom with walk-in shower, wash-hand basin and WC. 

Outside, the lengthy garden has both patio and lawn, and numerous trees and shrubs. There is also a garden shed and greenhouse towards the rear.

The property also has a garage, where an A-rated, Ideal Logic gas boiler was recently installed, and a large attic.

The location is another outstanding feature.

Clontarf Village, and its eclectic mix of shops, cafes, restaurants, boutiques, is a 10-minute walk away. 

Immediately across the road from the shops is the promenade, which stretches out towards Howth, and includes a cycle way, and access to nature reserve on the Bull Wall and Dollymount beach.

St Anne’s Park, with its large number of GAA, soccer and rugby pitches, is also within walking distance. 

There are many sporting activities in the area, including golf, tennis, rugby, cricket, GAA and soccer clubs as well as a number of gym and fitness facilities. 

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

Dublin city centre is 5km away and 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