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Beautiful, Modern 4 Bedroom House, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ireland

Beautiful, Modern 4 Bedroom House, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ireland

Beautiful, Modern 4 Bedroom House, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Ireland

Euroresales Property ID – 9826098


14 The Hall

Scholarstown Wood

Scholarstown Road


Dublin 16



Ireland’s wonderful capital, Dublin, continues to be one of the most visited places across the world and continues to evolve and grow in stature.  This superb 4-bedroom house offers the chance for someone to invest in the fantastic part of the world.  

Located in Rathfarnham, this excellent property features, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a superb attic conversion (that contains one of the bedrooms), beautiful modern design and a beautiful garden area.

Rathfarnham is a peaceful and well-run suburb that ticks both boxes when it comes to being far enough away from the stress and drama of city life but also not to the point where you will feel exhausted by just getting to the city centre.   This house not only offers a comfortable, spacious, and spectacular place to live but also the chance to venture into the lucrative and ever-growing holiday rental market, in which Dublin continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in the world.  Rathfarnam is not only a wonderful area in itself but is also a good base from which to discover the endless other wonders of this famous Island, so renowned for its areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Wicklow Mountains and The Wild Atlantic Way.  

Another huge draw in the holiday rental market is the fact that Dublin is of course a hotbed for sports with the iconic Croke Park just 11 km away and home of Ireland’s rugby and soccer teams, The Aviva Stadium, just 7km away from the area.  For horse-racing fans there is the beautiful Leopardstown and Fairyhouse courses nearby,

Golf enthusiasts won’t be disappointed either as the area right next to many of the countries world-famous courses including Grange Golf Club and Rathfarnham Golf Club which are both just minutes away from the property.

The area is also very well-connected transport wise both locally, with numerous buses, taxis and train stations nearby, and internationally with Dublin International Airport just 18 miles away, providing yet another massive plus point in the holiday rental market.


Rathfarnham is a Southside suburb of Dublin, Ireland. It is south of Terenure, east of Templeogue, and is in the postal districts of Dublin 14 and 16. It is within the administrative areas of both Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council and South Dublin County Council.

The broad area of Rathfarnham includes Whitechurch, Nutgrove, Ballyboden and Ballyroan. Historical sites in the Rathfarnham townlands include: Scholarstown, Kilmashogue, Mount Venus, Tibradden and Taylors Grange.

Rathfarnham is home to several notable historic buildings, including Rathfarnham Castle and Loreto Abbey, four parks: Marlay Park, Dodder Park, St Enda's and Bushy Park, and several pubs including The Eden, Buglers, Revels and the landmark Yellow House. Padraig Pearse established St Enda's School for Boys, which is now a museum in his honour situated in Saint Enda's Park.

Rathfarnham has a number of shops and businesses, including two bank branches, notably in the Nutgrove Shopping Centre. The area's other shopping centre is the small Rathfarnham Shopping Centre. The area also has a Garda Station and two post offices, and is home to the city's main animal shelter.

Marlay Park is a large open parkland, with a craft centre near the old "big house"; the park hosts concerts every year. Aside from St Enda's, Dodder Park and Bushy Park (see above), Loreto park and small green spaces, the area also hosts two golf clubs.

A small capital with a huge reputation, Dublin has a mix of heritage and hedonism that will not disappoint. All you have to do is show up.


Dublin has been in the news since the 9th century, and while traces of its Viking past have been largely washed away, the city is a living museum of its history since then, with medieval castles and cathedrals on display alongside the architectural splendours of its 18th-century heyday, when Dublin was the most handsome Georgian city of the British Empire and a fine reflection of the aspirations of its most privileged citizens. How power was wrested from their hands is another story, and you'll learn that one in its museums and on its walking tours.

Dubliners at their ease are the greatest hosts of all, a charismatic bunch with compelling soul and sociability.  Even in these times of green juices and heart-monitoring apps, the pub remains the alpha and omega of social interaction in Dublin. The city's relationship with alcohol is complex and conflicted but, at its very best, a night out in the pub is the perfect social lubricant and one of the highlights of a visit to Dublin. Every Dubliner has their favourite haunt, from the never-changing traditional pub to whatever new opening is bringing in the beautiful people. With more than 1000 of them spread about the city, you'll be spoilt for choice.

For as long as it's been around, Dublin has looked beyond Irish shores for inspiration. Once the second city of the (British) Empire, Dublin has always maintained a pretty cosmopolitan outlook and in the last three decades has conspicuously embraced diversity and multiculturalism. You'll hear languages and eat foods from all four corners of the globe, and while it used to be said that ‘real’ Dubs had to be born within the canals like their parents and grandparents before them, these days you’re just as likely to meet a Dub whose parents were born in Warsaw, Lagos, Cairo or Beijing.


  • Located in a friendly, well-run community
  • Spacious, modern and comfortable house 
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Modern designs throughout, house only completed in July 2018
  • Beautiful and spacious garden area
  • Unique attic conversion, containing bedroom and in stunning condition
  • Huge potential in the fast-growing holiday rental market
  • Surrounded by many world-famous landmarks 
  • Excellent transport links
  • Great base from which to discover Ireland’s many other fascinating areas
  • Close to many excellent golf courses including Grange Golf Club (https://www.grangegolfclub.ie) and Rathfarnham Golf Club (https://www.rathfarnhamgolfclub.ie) 
  • Hotbed for other sports such as GAA, Soccer, Rugby and Horse Racing
  • Just 18 miles from Dublin International Airport

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  • Product Code: 9826098
  • Availability: SOLD
  • 575,000€