Thanks to Ultan for letting us know about this 1960s Diamond Redfern Anderson-designed midcentury property in Dublin, Ireland.
It has an interesting and lengthy tale, which you can read about here. But to cut things short, let’s just say that this estate was intended as the modernist dream back in 1963. Open plan living inspired by American midcentury modern property away from the city. The houses were built to maximise sunlight and with plenty of green space around.
Sadly, the utopian dream didn’t quite work out and with poor sales, land around was sold rather than developed in the same style and the original houses lost their polish. But this one looks to have survived.
The design is much the same, the interior very much of the period and the green space still in place. Ok, the rest of the estate might not match up, but this one is worth checking out.
The accommodation includes an entrance hall opening to the living room with solid fuel stove and sliding doors to the garden Also present is the modern kitchen, a dining room with floor to ceiling windows offering views across the front garden, three ‘spacious’ double bedrooms, an en-suite shower room to the master, a further single bedroom and a family bathroom.
The west facing gardens are not overlooked, surrounded by walls and hedges, with lawns and flower beds, off-street parking to the front and a covered car port to the front.
€670,000 is the price.
Images and details courtesy of My Home. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.