No 28 is a property of real distinction. The house and surrounds could be described as a detached four-bedroom dormer bungalow on approximately 0.3 acres but that doesn’t get close to painting the full picture of what’s on offer. A modern build with every conceivable comfort catered for including underfloor heating, smart points to control the ambience in every room, a home gym and office, side garage and ample space for antique cars and speedboats all set behind private gates, not to mention the breath-taking sea views. There is a great sense of privacy and exclusivity from the moment you enter the property and this pervades throughout. The house is positioned perfectly on this large site to take full advantage of the stunning sea views whilst also set back just far enough from the Dublin Road. The 250sqm / 2,700 sqft approx. of accommodation is predominantly on the ground floor with an impressive entrance hall a choice of reception rooms including the kitchen / living / dining room to the rear. This luxurious space is open plan with floor to ceiling glass with a vaulted ceiling over-looking the mature rear garden. There are two bedrooms at hall level, the master which suite boasts a large en suite and an enviable walk-in wardrobe. On the first floor there are a further two double rooms which are a mirror image on opposite sides of the stairs (one en suite) and the ‘piece de resistance’ which is an open plan living room. As you reach the top of the stairs, beyond the French doors and private south facing balcony, your eye is immediately drawn to the view of the Sea, Bull Wall and the horizon. The garden to the rear, which has been beautiful landscaped, is particularly private providing a quiet sanctuary whenever it might be needed. The property is positioned right on the coast and the location is simply superb being close to all the finest amenities North Dublin has to offer including the Villages of Sutton & Howth, St Annes Park and Malahide Castle. Some of the finest golf, tennis and sailing clubs in the country are nearby while the coastline offers seaside walks in both directions. There are a number of popular public beaches within a few minutes walk and Howth Head offers lots of different trails and hikes for hill walkers. There are a number of excellent cafes, restaurants, shops and supermarkets withing walking distance while the local area is well serviced by bus and the DART to take you on the 10km journey to the city centre.