IF YOU’RE LOOKING for style, modernity and a touch of luxury, 25A Baskin Cottages might just be the property for you.
Located off Baskin Lane in Kinsealy, Co Dublin, the five-bed property was recently built and comes ready for moving day.
The accommodation measures 3,400 sq ft over two floors, with picture windows and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout ensuring it’s filled with natural light.
No 25A may look unassuming from the front, but as soon as you step inside the front door, the floating staircase and glass walls prove otherwise. Both overlook the wraparound courtyard area (which includes a putting green), making for a lasting first impression.
The open-plan kitchen, living and dining area is the heart of the home, with plenty of space to unwind and to entertain. The neutral palette in this room gives it a high-end, contemporary feel, while sliding glass doors and ceiling lights keep it bright and airy.
Sliding glass doors lead to the covered BBQ and patio area, complete with a feature fire. The gardens are west-facing and include a spacious lawn for little ones to play on and a large seating area.
Ticking off everything you might need, there’s also a playroom, a home cinema and a utility room on the ground floor, as well as an impressive office and separate home gym.
The five bedrooms are located on the first floor, with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom from the master bedroom. Other members of the family shouldn’t fret about not having their own en suite bathroom, however, as the family bathroom boasts a sauna and a standalone bath.
Additional features include built-in wardrobes, a detached double garage and electric gates at the entrance. The property has a BER of A3 – making it cost efficient to run – and benefits from triple glazed windows, an air to water heat pump and a 5000 litre water harvester.
No 25A enjoys a highly convenient location, with Malahide, Portmarnock and Swords all within a 10-minute drive, as well as Dublin Airport. For commuters, a number of buses run from the Malahide Road, while the M1 is easily accessible.