• 4 bedrooms

  • 117.45 Sq.m / 1,264.22 Sq.ft

  • Stunning sea views

  • Sunny rear garden approx.80 ft

  • Development potential subject to FPP

  • Booterstown DART station

  • Off Street Parking

  • Gas fired central heating

  • Detached block-built garage.


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Brady & McCarthy are delighted to present 7 St. Helens Villas, Booterstown, Co. Dublin to the market. This is a wonderful opportunity to acquire an attractive 1930s Crampton built bay window 4-bedroom semi-detached family home with generous side and rear gardens, and spectacular sea views over Dublin Bay. Full of charm and character, Number 7 offers the discerning purchaser an excellent opportunity to extend and modernise this beautiful family home which is situated in this established and sought after coastal neighbourhood.


Of particular interest to the purchaser will be the wonderful opportunity to extend the property to the side and rear subject to FPP.


The accommodation comprises a spacious reception hall, light filled living room leading to the dining room with rear garden access, cloak room, guest wc, kitchen leading to the covered side passage with multiple storage sheds. Upstairs there are four bedrooms (2 doubles and 2 singles), shelved hot press and a family bathroom. Outside, the property enjoys wrap around gardens with sea views to the front, gated side access to the large rear garden, approx. 80 feet in length, presented in lawn with mature trees, planting and an enviable sunny southerly orientation. There is convenient gated off-street parking to the rear and a large detached block built garage. The side and rear gardens offer excellent development potential subject to FPP.

Blackrock, Stillorgan and Sandymount villages are within easy access offering a generous range of speciality shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and shopping centres. There are also a number of local shops at Woodbine Park and Merrion Road. Transportation is plentiful and includes the DART at Booterstown (5 mins walking), QBC on the Rock Road, Aircoach & N11. Dublin City centre is approx. 12 minutes by car. Surrounding areas can be travelled along the coast road whilst enjoying the beautiful views over Dublin Bay.


There are a wide range of activities for the outdoor type including coastal walks, golf, tennis and sailing in Dun Laoghaire. Some of South County Dublin's finest schools and colleges are also nearby including St. Andrews College, Blackrock College and Willow Park, St. Michaels, Sion Hill, Muckross Park, Oatlands, UCD Belfield and Trinity College to name but a few.




Entrance Hall

Pine flooring, large cloakroom, under stairs storage


Living Room

With box bay window and sea views over Dublin Bay, pine flooring, picture rail, feature fireplace with gas insert. Sliding doors to:


Dining Room

Pine flooring, picture rail, television point, feature fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, patio doors leading to the rear garden



Range of fitted storage presses, stainless steel sink / drain unit, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher. Oil fired AGA cooker, views over the rear garden and a door to a covered side passage with block-built storage sheds and wc.


Guest WC

WC, wash hand basin and storage.


1st Floor –



Fitted carpet, feature window, shelved hot press and access to a large attic which could potentially lend itself to conversion offering additional living and storage space.


Bedroom 1

Double room with box bay window, television point, picture rail, pine flooring, beautiful views over Dublin Bay towards Howth, feature fireplace with tiled surround and hearth.


Bedroom 2

Single room with pine flooring, sea views over Dublin Bay, picture rail and storage.


Bedroom 3

Double room with pine flooring, picture rail, feature fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, views over the rear garden, television point and wash hand basin.


Bedroom 4

Single room with pine flooring, picture rail, views over the rear garden, storage.


Family Bathroom

Partially tiled, bath and shower attachment, wash hand basin, wc



BER# 110771417

484.11 kWh/m²/yr