DNG are proud to introduce to the market number 10 St Brigid's Road Upper. Beyond the red brick facade of this elegant period house (built c.1905) lies a generous family home extending in excess of 168sq.m. Number 10 retains the beautiful proportions and charm that are characteristic of a period property and presents an excellent opportunity to set up home in this much sought after and highly desirable location in the heart of Drumcondra.
There are many original features including fireplaces, cornicing and original doors. High ceilings and a generous extension add to the bright and spacious feeling. The internal accommodation comprises of a welcoming entrance hall full of light, two beautiful interconnecting receptions rooms, large kitchen/dining/living room and a downstairs shower room. Upstairs there is a double bedroom on the landing return level, two further double bedrooms on the next level and a converted attic room. There is a large studio to the rear of the garden which includes large shower room and laundry room.
On this tree lined road, no.10 offers a city style railed garden to the front and the spacious rear garden has the benefit of a large studio which also provides access to the rear laneway.
St. Brigid's Road Upper enjoys a location second to none; you are within a gentle stroll of a variety of shops, excellent primary and secondary schools, a great choice of restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and salons while the wonderful Botanic Gardens and Griffith Park provide good recreational facilities and are only minutes walk away. In addition, Number 10 is within a few minutes walk of Drumcondra DART station and is well served by numerous bus routes. The M50 Motorway, Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre are all just a short commute away.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this exceptional family home.
Period red brick home
Spanning accross 169sq.m
Sunny west facing garden
D2 Energy rating
Entrance Hallway The entrance hallway is accessed through the wonderful main door and leads to the downstairs accommodation. The combination of modern day living and period features merge effortlessly to create a bright and modern hallway.
Reception 1: 3.72 x 3.80. The front reception room is a large bright room with high ceilings, ornate cornicing, feature marble fireplace and beautiful bay window with treble glazed windows.
Reception 2: 3.62 x 3.53. The second reception room is an inviting space and boasts the typical features of a period home, including cast iron fireplace, ceiling coving and bi-folding doors. This bright room overlooks the central courtyard space.
Lavatory/shower room: The convenient downstairs lavatory is fully tiled and consists of wc, wash hand basin and shower.
Kitchen-dining-living room 10.41 x 5.07. This large and extended room blends the kitchen, dining ang living room seamlessly. Wrapped around the central gravel courtyard the kitchen boasts fitted wall and floor units, timber counter tops, five ring gas hob, integrated dishwasher and beautiful double belfast sink.
The extended living and dining area is a bright space with raised ceiling, two skylights, access to the feature gravel courtyard and double doors opening out to the large sunny rear garden.
Landing 3.70 x 1.73. The carpeted staircase leads to the split level landing and return.
Bedroom 1: 3.80 x 5.49. Overlooking this delightful tree lined road, the main bedroom is a substantial size. This extra spacious double room is filled with natural light from two large windows and includes period high ceilings, fitted storage and shelving and a carpeted floor covering.
Bedroom 2: 3.61 x 3.54. A generous double bedroom with carpet floor covering, fitted wardrobes and shelving plus period cast iron feature fireplace.
Bedroom 3: 3.55 x 3.05. The third bedroom is positioned on the staircase return and is a well proportioned double bedroom with timber flooring and a cast iron feature place.
Bathroom: The main bathroom offers wc, wash hand basin and large double sized shower cubicle.
Attic Room 3.00 x 5.49. From the landing, the staircase continues to the upper attic level. The attic room is a large space and includes bright skylights, carpet floor covering, under eaves storage and recessed lighting.
Outside: To the front, the city style garden offers gravel garden with gated surround and the sunny rear garden boasts a fantastic west facing aspect and acts like a suntrap in the afternoons and evenings. The sun is at the front of the house all morning. The rear garden is currently laid out in lawn with mature planting including beautiful blossom trees and a leads to the garden studio and to the rear laneway access.
Studio: Situated at the rear of the garden, this impessive timber clad space is currently used as a creative art studio. Suited to an array of uses this studio would make an ideal retreat or gym. Accessed through double doors off the garden or from the private laneway access to the rear.
Shower room: Built inside the studio there is a large shower room which includes wc, wash hand basin and shower.
Laundry room: Incorporated within the garden studio is a convenient laundry room, making light of everyday household chores.
BER No: 113813331
Performance Indicator: 298.94