Nestled in the stunning Dublin suburbs, over-looking the Stillorgan Reservoir is a house that wouldn’t look out of place on the set of a high-budget movie.

 

Purchased with the idea of being a “forever home”, 74 Stillorgan Heath, which is owned by our very own Mum-in-Residence has been lovely adapted and designed with children in mind, making it a perfect first- or second-time home for families who want to move in straight away.

 

 

As stated in the Irish Times, the red-bricked house has triple-glazed windows and a wood burning stove – perfect for cold, winter nights. The dining-room and kitchen were combined into one big open space, so Mum and Dad can keep an eye on the kids while they make dinner – perfect for stress-free cooking.

 

 

The Farrow and Ball Dimity and Neptune’s Driftwood built in cabinets make the kitchen stand out without being too overbearing, and the subtle decor means you can move in straight away without having to do any work.

 

 

It’s not all about the interior though; the 150 sqm home has a recently landscaped front garden, which has been newly paved with granite and limestone, and the sun-orientated granite patio area in the rear is the perfect summer party venue.

 

 

And finally, with Dublin’s best schools just around the corner, you can very easily make this your “forever home”.

 

The property is asking €795,000 through agents DNG. First viewing is Saturday, March 12th between 12 and 12.30pm. 

 

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