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8 Haddon Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3



8 Haddon Road is a beautifully refurbished early Edwardian four bedroom period home that has been cleverly extended and modernised, resulting in a superb family home boasting rooms of generous proportions and dimensions. Behind the classical redbrick is generous and versatile accommodation complete with many original period features including high ceilings with original plasterwork, stunning fireplaces, bay windows and beautiful doors and floorboards. Completely upgraded and extended by its current owners in 2006, it enjoys an abundance of natural light throughout. The house comes to the market in turn-key condition, offering the discerning purchaser an opportunity to purchase a spacious family home on one of the most prestigious roads in the heart of fashionable Clontarf. The house has a place in history as a safe house where Michael Collins met in secret during the War of Independence with his Dublin Castle intelligence operatives.

Internally, the accommodation extends to 210 sq.m. and provides an excellent balance of both living and bedroom space. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch, a welcoming entrance hallway with guest toilet, interconnecting drawing/dining room, family kitchen and a sun drenched family room with access to the rear garden. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one with a contemporary en-suite and a family bathroom. There is also the added bonus of a sunny west facing rear garden with vehicular access to the rear.

This is a prime residential location, mere footsteps away from Clontarf promenade, with easy access to all the amenities that Clontarf has to offer including a superb selection of cafes, restaurants, convenience stores and boutiques. Some of the best junior and secondary schools are located nearby and there are a host of sporting clubs in the immediate locality, including golf, sailing, rugby, GAA, hockey and tennis to mention but a few, catering for every ability and age. The 130 bus route passes near to the door and the house is close to Clontarf DART station, offering ease of access to all parts of the capital and beyond.
Seldom do houses of this calibre in this condition come up for sale and viewing is very highly recommended.


• Historic House
• Rear vehicular access
• Beautifully restored marble and cast iron fireplaces
• Period features throughout
• Extended accommodation
• Gas Fired central heating
• Alarm
• BER Exempt


The sunny west facing orientation offers great light and heat and makes the garden a wonderful outdoor living space. There is a decked area ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. There is a raised lawn with mature plants and trees. The lawn area with climbing frame will entertain the children. There is bespoke timber shed with attic space giving ample storage connected to the mains electricity allowing for versatile use. Double gates to the rear offering rear vehicular access. There is on street parking to the front.

Negotiator Details

Adam Clarke

BER Details

BER: Exempt

Lisney (Howth Road)

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  • 171 Howth Road, Dublin 3
  • Phone : 01 853 6016