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Dublin's Dream Homes: Who needs a view when you have a garden like this Ballsbridge pad?

Dublin Live logo Dublin Live 07/09/2018 Ailbhe Jordan
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There are lots of reasons why Ballsbridge is one of the most sought after places to live in Dublin.

Like, for instance, its plush period properties, vast array of pubs, restaurants and shops - and fab location on the doorstep of south Dublin city.

However, househunters lucky enough to be property shopping in D4 do have to make one sacrifice.

Although it's not far from the sea by dart or car, you won't find any homes with a sea view in this city suburb.

Well, the designers of this gorgeous Ballsbridge home have come up with a solution.

They've created a Japanese garden so scenic, peaceful and idyllic that you could sit gazing out at it all day.

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And the house has a stylish conservatory so you can do just that.

There's also a lovely little balcony at first floor level so you can look down on the twin lily ponds with stepping stones.

Needless to say it's pretty impressive inside too.

Spanning 197 square metres, the property features three lovely bedrooms, a bathroom and wc and a fully fitted open plan kitchen flooded with light from the south-west facing roof window.

Located on 60 Heytesbury Lane, Ballsbridge Dublin 4 - it'll set you back a cool €1,950,000.

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