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AMV: €1,750,000

796 Howth Road, Howth, Dublin 13

4 Bed

205 m²



  • Sale Type: For Sale by Public Auction
  • Overall Floor Area: 205 m²
For sale by Public Auction 796 Howth Road known locally as ‘Castle House’ presents a tantalising opportunity to the market. On offer is the main house of approximately 205 sqm / 2,200 sqft over looking the sea and the Bull Wall beyond, private gardens of approximately 0.7 acres and dual access from the Howth Road. This is a one off opportunity to acquire one of North Dublin’s most desirable pieces of real estate. While suitable as a family home, with luxurious gardens and immediate sea views, the property will undoubtedly attract ambitious property developers both locally and from further afield. There is no planning history on the site and the main house is not protected or listed. As such it would afford the would be owners an array of opportunity and versatility all subject of course to the necessary planning permissions. ‘Castle House’ so called due to the castellated walls at the front of the property and along the boundary with the Howth Road was originally constructed in 1927. Although now in need of complete renovation this ‘one of a kind’ family home has a huge amount to offer. The property currently boasts 2,000sqft of existing accommodation with a split level roof terrace and unparalleled views of Howth Head on one side and Dublin City Centre and the Bull Wall on the other. 796 Howth Road has all the necessary components to be a wonderful family home and is just waiting to be re-imagined. The site in total spans across 0.7 Acres / 0.28 hectares with two access points allowing for easy entry and exit off the Howth Road. Set back from the Howth Road the private gardens to the rear of the main house offer a quiet oasis in a most convenient location. The gardens to the rear are mature and have been beautifully cultivated by the current owners over a lifetime. Situated on the seafront between Blackbanks and Bayside, equidistant to Sutton & Raheny Villages and serviced regularly by bus and DART with the Howth Roads QBC and the train stations. Both Howth Junction and Bayside DART stations are within 1.5km. The City Centre is just 9km away and Dublin Airport is 12km (or 23 minutes in a Taxi). The journey to the junction of the M50 & M1 which connects you to Dublin motorway networks and beyond is approximately 8km 796. As such the location is about as convenient as you can get. The local area is also amenity rich with the bird Sanctuary on Bull Island, Sutton, Howth, St Annes Park in Clontarf and the coastal towns of Portmarnock and Malahide all offering plenty of amenities both social and essential. Viewing strictly by private appointment only.
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Property Features

  • Unique development opportunity (subject to P.P).
  • Total site size 0.7 Acres / 0.28 Hectares.
  • Wonderful road frontage with dual access
  • Spectacular sea views
  • Long rectangular site
  • The most convenient location
  • Excellent transport links

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