A Dublin home which was designed by celebrity architect Dermot Bannon is up for grabs, hitting the market at a surprising €495,000.
The glorious semi-detached home in Ballybrack, Co Dublin, was built in the 70s by Tommy and Ann Breen, who raised their six children in the stunning south Dublin location.
Captured in series three, episode three of Room to Improve, Dermot and his team adapted the family home to provide better accessibility after Tommy’s health problems meant he needed a wheelchair.
The converted property features a reception room which was subsequently converted into a large double downstairs bedroom along with en suite facilities
The home boasts an open-plan family dining area as well as gated off-street parking which leads to wheelchair access to the property.
Dermot was eager to have light flooding in from every angle, with stunning views of the Dublin Mountains from the vibrant kitchen setting.
42 Ralahine is situated in a wholesome family-orientated community, surrounded by a host of excellent schools and a regular bus service, making it greatly accessible from the City Centre.
The property, which is listed by Lisney Sotheby’s International Realty Dalkey, is in close proximity to a variety of recreational facilities as well as a selection of shopping centres and supermarkets, making it ideal for a family of any size.
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