Architect-designed Sutton home that makes the most of sea views for €1.65m


Although it seems to be a brand new construct, with crisp white render, modern gray home windows and cladding, Crossbarry on St Fintan’s Highway in Sutton dates from 1981 when it was an avant-garde split-level home designed by architects Keane Murphy Duff.

The present house owners, Tony and Janet Wright, bought the home in 2011 from Brian and Patricia Kearney, house owners of the well-known Nationwide Hunt horse Moscow Flyer.

Having moved again from Hong Kong to boost their kids in Eire, the Wrights engaged Peter Owens of Tyler Owens to vary the property round.

“We actually purchased it for the views, though again then the positioning was fairly overgrown with a large quantity of fuchsia, cotoneaster and brambles as thick as your arm,” says Tony Wright.

Crossbarry, St Fintan s Road, Sutton, Co Dublin
Crossbarry, St Fintan’s Highway, Sutton, Co Dublin
Entrance hall
Entrance corridor

At the moment the views are actually one of many main promoting factors of the property, together with the truth that it has a sunny southwest facet. Add to this six bedrooms and turnkey interiors, and the best way that Peter Owen’s design made the views the point of interest, the place the primary dwelling areas and kitchen now overlook the ocean.

“The sunsets are spectacular and you may actually select the seals on the top of Bull Island on a transparent day,” says Wright.

The property now has a Ber of B3, which is a sign of the extent of labor carried out within the beneficiant 306sq m (3,294sq ft) of flooring area.

Sea views
Sea views

“We learnt quite a bit on the environmental entrance,” remembers Wright.

“The spray insulation went into the roof because it takes up such an unlimited area, but in addition putting in exterior cladding modified it from a chilly residence the place you could possibly actually really feel the breeze flowing by way of to what it’s now.”

He goes on to say that one of many largest errors is when individuals attempt to insulate internally when there are radiators on the partitions, as “it turns into a nightmare”, whereas with exterior cladding “you come alongside, simply stick it on and apply the render”.

The property, which is 1.5km from Sutton Cross and 2km from the native Dart station, was positioned available on the market in 2014 when recession clouds nonetheless loomed.

“We didn’t put it on till October and it actually wasn’t the correct time to promote,” remembers Wright.

Since then the gardens have matured, and so they have not too long ago put in terraces. The couple have moved subsequent door to a home they constructed when Crossbarry was being renovated and prolonged, so have positioned their residence available on the market once more. It’s looking for the identical worth it was when listed eight years in the past, particularly €1.65m, this time by way of property agent Sherry FitzGerald.


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