Linore, 137 Howth Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3

Price: €750000

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“Linore”, is an endearing pre-war semi-detached home with four bedrooms, a classic red-brick façade and perfectly balanced bay windows. This utterly charming home is equally impressive inside as it showcases all of its original period features which remain in perfect condition. Ample parking for several cars is available in the driveway and the garage on the side offers plenty of convenient storage and access to the delightful and surprisingly large sunny rear garden. Located on this particularly favoured stretch of the Howth Road in Clontarf, convenience to shopping nearby and access to the city couldn’t be easier. The nearby dart station is within 3 stops of Tara Street station and several bus routes pass by. Presented in immaculate condition throughout “Linore” is clearly a cherished family home. By modern standards some elements of this vintage 1930’s home are slightly dated now, although there is obvious potential to create a very special home here with very little fuss ! The accommodation briefly comprises a fine entrance hall off which are two comfortable interconnecting reception rooms, the main living room features a wide bay window and a real fireplace. There is a downstairs wc and a neat breakfast room leads into the kitchen. A door from the kitchen opens to the side entrance providing access to the garage and the rear garden. Upstairs, each of the four bedrooms have built in wardrobes and there is a family bathroom and separate shower room. Although the existing accommodation provides ample space for a family within its roomy c.1,310 Sq.Ft (c.122 Sq. M) , there is a garage to the side which offers the potential to convert, extend or build above subject to planning permission. Some neighbouring homes have extended in this way and given the prime location any enhancement of this home will prove to be a prudent investment. The sunny rear garden is particularly appealing as it enjoys a southerly orientation and its mature boundaries provide great privacy. This is a rare and welcome feature in a home so close to the city centre. “Linore”, has been a cherished family home and on inspection all who view will appreciate the winning combination of features this home has to offer. Amenities: This prime Clontarf location is second to none with endless amenities close by. These include an excellent choice of schools, shops, pubs and restaurants. Killester DART station is just up the road and the neighbourhood is well serviced by excellent bus routes passing by. Within Easy access of the city centre, IFSC, East Point Business Park and Dublin Airport. The c.240 acre St Anne’s Park is the ultimate neighbourhood amenity and it is within a short distance. Its farmers market is popular at weekends as is a stroll through the rose garden and its other attractions include a playground, duck pond, dog park, playing fields and so on, this is well worth exploring. Sporting and recreational facilities nearby include Clontarf Golf Club, GAA, Lawn Tennis Club, Clontarf Rugby and Cricket Club and the Sailing and Yacht Club to mention just a few.



Close to DART / Shops / restaurants
Spacious interior with elegant rooms extending to c.1,310 Sq.Ft (c.122 Sq. M)
Brief commute to Dublin City Centre, The IFSC and Eastpoint Business Park
Sunny southerly rear garden
Off street parking

BER Details

BER: E1 BER No.108714494 Energy Performance Indicator:331.52 kWh/m²/yr


Entance Porch

Entrance Hall

Living Room 3.82m x 3.92m

Dining Room 4.14m x 3.92m

Kitchen 3.6m x 2.34m

Breakfast Room 2.98m x 4.03m


Garage 4.44m x 2.52m

Landing 2.87m x 3.23m

Bedroom 1 3.75m x 3.93m

Bedroom 2 4.17m x 3.12m

Bedroom 3 2.73m x 2.46m

Bedroom 4 2.75m x 2.35m

Bathroom 1.87m x 2.31m

Shower Room


Linore, 137 Howth Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3



Contact name: Gallagher Quigley
Phone: 01 818 3000
Fax: 01 854 0026