Five homes on view this week in Dublin

A look at what’s new to the market in Dundrum, Monkstown, Fairview, Harold’s Cross and Blackrock

2A Taney Park, Dundrum, Dublin 14

€775,000, Russell Estate Agents

Three-bedroom semidetached house extending to 116sq m (1,250sq ft). The property, constructed in the early 2000s, is in good order and is a 5-minute walk to the Luas. It has room to extend in the 19m/60ft back garden, subject to planning permission. Ber C3

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37 Oliver Plunkett Avenue, Monkstown, Co Dublin

€515,000, Lynam Auctioneers


Two-bedroom mid-terrace house extending to 58sq m (622sq ft). The property has off-street parking, solid-timber sash windows and a Stira for attic access. It had three bedrooms, one of which is now a bathroom, and is located close to Salthill and Monkstown Dart stations. Ber D1

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2 Castledawson, Sion Hill, Blackrock, Co Dublin

€525,000, Lisney Sotheby’s International Realty

Two-bedroom, own-door, first-floor apartment extending to 63sq m (678sq ft). The property lies to the front of the complex, so has commanding views of Blackrock Park and Dublin Bay. It has a westerly terrace, a large secure storage room and is within walking distance to the Dart. Ber C3

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79 Richmond Hall, Richmond Road, Fairview, Dublin 3

€345,000, Sherry FitzGerald

Two-bedroom penthouse apartment extending to 70sq m (753sq ft). Constructed in 2006, the property located on the banks of the Tolka river has views across the city that take in Croke Park to Howth Head. It has a terrace for outdoor entertaining and a secure underground parking space. Ber D1

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21 Harold’s Cross Road, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W

€445,000, DNG

Three-bedroom semidetached house extending to 65sq m (700sq ft). Tucked away off the Grand Canal, the property, which has excellent transport links and is close to amenities, has been recently refurbished. Ber E2

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Elizabeth Birdthistle

Elizabeth Birdthistle

Elizabeth Birdthistle, a contributor to The Irish Times, writes about property, fine arts, antiques and collectables