Number 103 Seapark Drive, Clontarf, is three-bedroom, semi-detached family home. The property is in need of modernisation and is being brought to the market by REA Grimes with an asking price of €575,000.

Two ‘fixer-up’ family homes located less than two minutes’ walk from the landmark Wooden Bridge at the seafront in Clontarf, Dublin, are being brought to the market by REA Grimes.

Although in need of modernisation, the agent is expecting lots of interest from discerning buyers keen to put their own stamp on a home. 

Both properties are a short stroll from a quality bus corridor that connects the lively coastal suburb to the heart of Dublin.

Number 103 Seapark Drive is a deceptively spacious three-bedroom, semi-detached property with rear and side access with an asking price of €575,000.

Measuring 105.9 sqm, the house has a porch and roomy entrance hall with under-stairs storage leading to two generous-sized reception rooms on the right.

The first reception room is located at the front of the house, while the second overlooks the rear and has an open fireplace with a brickwork surround.

The hall also leads to an extended kitchen, with ample dining space, utility room and guest WC, which leads out to the rear garden.

Three bedrooms – two doubles and a single – and a fully tiled bathroom with wash-hand basin, shower and WC, are located on the upper floor. 

The two larger bedrooms both have open fireplaces with tiled surrounds.

There is a front garden with potential for off-street parking, subject to planning permission. 

One street along from Seapark Drive is Number 7 Kincora Court, a charming three-bedroom terraced family home which also has an asking price of €575,000.

Measuring 88 sqm, the house has an entrance hall, living room and kitchen and dining room on the ground floor.

The spacious hall with an under-stairs store room provides access to the well-lit living room at the front and also leads to the kitchen and dining areas.

The living room is also accessed via double doors from the dining area. 

On the upper level, there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, a hot press and a bathroom. 

Both of the double bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, while the bathroom has  a wash-hand basin, WC and bath with shower.  

The south-facing rear garden is laid predominantly in lawn with a small patio.

There is a driveway with off-street parking at the front of the property.

The great outdoors is within easy reach of both houses.

The 240-acre St Anne’s Park, with its large number of GAA, soccer and rugby playing fields and tennis courts, is a local amenity, while the wide open spaces of the beach at Dollymount Strand and the UNESCO-listed nature reserve on Bull Island are within walking distance.

The recently upgraded cycle way offers safe cycling routes to Dublin city centre along the promenade.

Clontarf and Killester villages are also in close proximity and both districts offer a good variety of places to eat out, shops and boutiques.

For more details or to arrange a viewing, please call Jim Gallagher at REA Grimes Clontarf on (01) 853 0630 or email: