IF YOU'VE ever fancied living a country lifestyle by the waterside but still be close enough to dip into city life, this might be the property for you.
Described by agents Sherry Fitzgerald as an untouched and secluded area of Dublin, it stretches along the River Liffey between Knockmaroon Hill and Lucan.
On the market for €800,000, this detached bungalow sits on extensive grounds totalling around 3.36 acres.
Added to this is approximately 980 ft of frontage onto the River Liffey, which can be reached via a small private jetty that will no doubt appeal to boating and canoeing enthusiasts.
"Another feature of this charming property is a stream with a little bridge linking the main gardens, with an extended wild garden at one side of the house, which provides a lovely therapeutic sound of rushing water," said sales agent Julian Cotter.
"The wrap around main garden with extensive lawns and mature trees provide a most private setting.
"There is a large field to the other side, which would be ideal for a family horse or horticulture."
The property comes with a driveway and carport, which provides extensive offstreet parking surrounded by a wash of green including witch hazel, blue cedar, bramley apple trees and gooseberry bushes.
Riverside Lodge is not far from the Knockmaroon Hill end of the Strawberry Beds and so is close to Mount Sackville School and Castleknock College.
The villages of Castleknock, Chapelizod and Lucan are also within easy reach, while there are a number of golf courses nearby.