5 Hollybrook Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3 D03 X642Sale Agreed EXEMPT


PROPERTY PARTNERS O’BRIEN SWAINE present this elegant example of a large period residence which was originally constructed in c.1896 and extends to approx. 208 sq metres.

This beautifully appointed family home is laid over three floors and provides ample accommodation on each level while retaining many distinct original features.

Once past the attractive red brick façade discerning viewers will be instantly impressed by the spacious and well laid out interior. The long entrance hall leads past two formal reception rooms separated by dividing double doors. To the rear of the ground floor the property is extended and now provides for a family room and large kitchen. The kitchen also incorporates a separate utility room and guest WC. To the rear of the kitchen patio doors leads out to the landscaped garden.

Upstairs the bedrooms are bright and spacious with many period features including cast iron fireplace, a beautiful bay window in the master bedroom and coved high ceilings. The property also benefits from 2 bathrooms, guest WC and a shower room.

Both front and rear gardens have been recently landscaped and are now beautifully finished with lawns, patio areas, raised flower beds and decorative hedging. The rear garden also has vehicular access and off-street parking. The boiler has also been recently upgraded to a Glow-worm boiler.

Clontarf is a north Dublin suburb steeped in history most notably for its famous battle in 1014. However, in more recent times Clontarf has become an area synonymous for excellent amenities. For example, with the establishment of one of Dublin’s oldest sailing clubs in 1875. The Clontarf Yacht & Boat Club was a welcome addition to the area back then and today is a highly popular local amenity. Another regularly used facility is the Clontarf Promenade finished in the 1950s and running from the Alfie Byrne junction to Bull Island its cycle and walk ways are used daily by local residents enjoying the sea air and the amazing views.

Clontarf is served extremely well with superb sporting facilities including The Royal Dublin Golf Club, Clontarf Golf Club & St Anne’s Golf Club. Tennis soccer GAA and rugby are also well catered for by numerous local clubs. The local restaurants and cafes have long attracted patrons from outside the area and include popular names such as The Pigeon House, Kinara and Bay restaurants. Dublin city is easily access by excellent public transport all with a short walk of this property with regular bus routes including 104, 130, 32x Clontarf Road Dart Station is approx. 700 metres away. Travelling north along Clontarf Road you can enjoy the views and appreciate the green space provide by St Anne’s Park, Bull Island and Howth Head.

Accommodation includes: Entrance hall, reception room, dining room, family room, kitchen, dining area, utility room, 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & shower room


• Victorian Period house
• 5 Bedroom 3 storey property
• Plenty of original features
• High ceilings
• Two reception rooms with dividing double doors
• Kitchen extension
• Utility Room and guest WC
• Recently Landscaped front and west facing rear gardens
• Vehicular access to rear
• Original tongue and groove timber flooring
• Two bathrooms, one Shower room & guest WC
• Built c.1896
• Original fireplaces
• Extended to the rear
• Recently fitted Glow Worm Gas Boiler
• Sash windows
• Bay windows in living room and master bedroom
• Approximately 209 sq metres
• BER Exempt
• Approx. 230 metres from the seafront
• Beautifully appointed Red brick home

BER Details

BER: Exempt



Entrance Hall: 8.2m x 1.9m
Solid timber flooring, ornate coving with centre cornice, high ceilings (3.3m high), dado rail, access to understairs storage

Reception Room: 5.9m x 5.6m
Solid timber flooring, bay window with sash windows, marble feature fireplace (solid fuel, open fire), high ceiling with ornate coving and centre cornice, TV points, double doors to dining room

Dining Room: 4.4m x 4.3m
Solid timber flooring, feature fireplace (solid fuel), ornate coving with centre cornice

Family Room: 4.8m x 3.0m
Feature fireplace (gas fire insert), built in storage and access to hotpress

Kitchen: 8.1m x 4.2m
Wall and floor mounted units with granite work top, double sink, hob and double oven and extractor fan, tiled floors, Neff integrated appliances

Dining Area: Tiled floors, patio door to rear garden

Utility Room/ guest WC: 4.3m x 1.0m
Plumbed for washing machine, tiled floors, wc, WHB and recessed lighting

Landing: 1.8m x 1.8m
Dado rail, access to shower room

Bedroom 1/ Office: 3.9m x 3.7m
Built in storage, WHB

Shower Room: 1.9m x 0.8m
Electric shower, tiled walls, heated towel rail


Landing: 2.0m x 2.8m
Ornate coving, high ceilings

Bedroom 2: 4.3m x 4.2m
Cast iron fireplace, coved ceiling

Ensuite: 2.6m x 1.2m
WC, WHB and double shower, tiled floors, shower surround and splashback

Bedroom 3: 5.9m x 3.9m
Bay window with sash windows, built in wardrobes, carpeted

Bedroom 4: 3.5m x 2.1m


Landing: 2.8m x 1.7m
Dado rail

Bathroom: 1.8m x 1.8m
WC, WHB & bath, tiled floors, access to hotpress and attic

Bedroom 5: 3.8m x 2.9m

FRONT – Landscaped front garden with decorative stone finish, box hedging, footpath and bin storage
REAR – Fully walled and fenced, landscaped with lawn and planted areas, raised beds with plants and shrubs. Vehicular access with electric shutter door. Private off-street parking