Take a look inside a stunning five-bedroom Dublin home that was once owned by the late Irish music legend Dolores O’Riordan.
The detached property is known as ‘Calamber’ and was put up for sale in 2020. It’s the perfect home for a large family.
It is situated in Howth village which is just a short journey from the city centre of Dublin, so all the amenities and attractions are on your doorstep.
It was once owned by The Cranberries frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan after she purchased it with her husband in 2004.
The couple lived there with their children when Dolores was not on tour with the band, until they sold it in 2010.
The current owners have now decided the time is right to move on and have placed the property on the market with an asking price of €1.3million.
Calamber is part of a small group of homes and has landscaped gardens at the rear and a locked cobble stone driveway at the front with space for up to five cars.
Inside, the home is spacious and stylish throughout. The hallway and living rooms downstairs have high ceilings and wooden floors, and offer great space for entertaining, relaxing and spending quality family time together.
The kitchen has tiled floors and a breakfast bar island and opens out to a comfortable dining area with large windows that fill the space with natural light.
The winding staircase in the hallway takes you upstairs where there is plenty of room for the whole family to settle and enjoy their own privacy and space.
Four of the five bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom, and all offer great space for playing, studying and winding down.
Others features of the home include a walk-in wardrobe, corner jacuzzi style bath unit, utility room, and patio area for alfresco dining.
Calamber is up for sale with an asking price of €1.3 million. If you would like to find out more about the property then visit myhome.ie.
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