AS FAMILIES GROW and needs change, being able to adapt your property by converting the attic can offer endless possibilities.
This week we’re looking at four properties around the country with converted attics that are ready for use as an extra bedroom, home office or walk-in wardrobe – from a luxurious four-bed in Co Cork to a refurbished property in Dublin.
A four-bed property, 46 Fernwalk comes to the market in turn-key condition. Spanning 2,829 sq ft, the house has been extended and renovated to create a luxurious and welcoming family home. As part of the renovation, the attic was converted into two large rooms, making for the perfect space to set up a den, home office or workout space.
There are numerous high quality features and finishes throughout, including solid walnut flooring, a bespoke teak staircase and a fully fitted designer kitchen. The rear garden is beautifully landscaped, with a neat lawn and raised patio area.
A modern and light-filled family home, 73 Holywell was refurbished in 2019. The property features four bedrooms on the first floor, while the attic has been converted into a spacious fifth bedroom/games room.
The living areas throughout the ground floor are spacious and well suited to family living, with a sitting room, open-plan kitchen and diner, and a family room extension. The rear garden is laid in low-maintenance astro and features plenty of space to dine or entertain al fresco.
Located on 0.25 acres, this three-bed detached house offers large living spaces throughout its 1,830 sq ft. The property benefits from a full attic conversion, which comprises a walk-in wardrobe, double bedroom and large bathroom with a standalone bath.
On the ground floor, a solid fuel feature stove separates the sitting room from the kitchen and dining area. There’s also a separate living room with an exposed brick feature wall and vaulted ceilings. The property is surrounded by mature trees and shrubs, with a lawn and raised patio area to the back.
Positioned on 0.84 acres, this four-bed property is conveniently located a 15-minute drive from Sligo town. Closer to home, there’s a GAA club, primary school, secondary school and creche within walking distance.
The accommodation is well appointed and features a living room, an open plan kitchen and diner, four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The attic has been converted as a storage space and includes Velux windows and radiators, while there’s space in the hallway to accommodate a stairwell.