Here’s what €1.75 million will get you in Sunday’s Well

Sure that’s only pocket change.

If you’re in the market for a multi-million euro mansion in the city, then look no further.

‘Hazelhurst’ is a 4-bed semi-detached family home and has just hit the market for a whopping €1,750,000. Located behind very unassuming gates on Sunday’s Well Road, it’s nearly impossible to imagine that such a substantial property lies behind the mediocre street-facing facade.

The 2,468 sq.ft home dates back to the 1800’s and has undergone a major 3-year restoration, transforming it into a modern family home whilst tastefully retaining it’s historic charm – they even managed to keep the original window shutters and front door.

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The home is spread over three floors, and all reception areas are directly south-facing in order to maximise natural light and the stunning views of the River Lee and gardens below. The entrance hall boasts high ceilings and a feature archway and leads into the family room, dining room and kitchen area.

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The property comes with four large bedrooms, three of which are en-suite, and each with it’s own stunning view. The master bedroom, situated on the second floor, offers the best views of the gardens through two very large sash windows.

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The garden is perhaps one of the most breathtaking features of this property. The back garden area is tiered, getting gradually lower as you make your way down to the river opposite Fitzgerald Park. The top tier of the garden has a patio area, ideal for outdoor dining and can be directly accessed from the indoor dining room.

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There are steps which lead you to the next tier of the garden, which has a secondary patio area and a multi-purpose garden room. From here, a winding gravel path leads you to the lower tier of the garden which levels off towards the end nearest the river.

According to Sherry Fitzgerald “it is exceptionally rare that properties like this come to the market, even more so ones that have been so meticulously restored to such a high standard.”

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