No.2 Orchard Terrace, Upper Grangegorman Road is a wonderful blend of old meets new. This fine period redbrick home offers a wealth of original features including high ceilings and cast iron fireplaces which enhance all that this charming home has to offer. The property incorporates a thoughtful and well proportioned design and boasts a light filled spacious interior.
Steeped in history, this elegant property is once believed to have been a "Guinness" house, which was provided for workers at the James Gate brewery. Built c. 1905 the family sized home has been lovingly restored and refurbished throughout the years.
Accommodation consists of 115 sq/m including attic, downstairs briefly consists of hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and downstairs lavatory. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms (one with a hidden mezzanine). The landing offers a spiral staircase leading to the converted attic space which is currently used as an extra large and luxiurious bathroom/utility. Outside there is a gated city styled garden and to the rear there is a low maintanance garden with drive in access.
Directions: From North Circular Road, turn onto Grangegorman Road Upper. Continue until you see DNG "For sale" board at no 2.
Viewing is very highly advised to appreciate all this lovely home has to offer. Please contact DNG Phibsboro, agent Michelle Keeley MIPAV MMCEPI.
Walk in condition
Period redbrick property
Gas fired central heating
Solid timber flooring
Sash & double glazed windows
Rear garden with drive in access
Minutes walk to city centre
Close to excellent transport links.
Walking distance to City Centre and Mater Hospital
On the doorstep of TUD Grangegorman
Entrance Hall 7.60 x 1.69. Upon entering through the period facade, the grand hallway offers high ceilings and beautiful split level staircase to upper levels.
Living Room 3.56 x 3.64. A large bright room with front aspect, stunning sash window, high period ceiling with coving detail and a wonderful cast iron solid fuel feature fireplace.
Dining Room 3.62 x 3.44. The dining room has a lovely rear aspect over looking the garden with high ceilings carried through and original feature fireplace with built in stove.
Kitchen Breakfast Room 3.44 x 2.60. This wonderful kitchen and breakfast room has a fantastic dual aspect permitting an abundance of light to flood in. Benefiting from ample fitted units and counter tops the kitchens also opens out onto the beautiful low maintanance rear garden.
Lavatory Conveniently situated under the stairs there is a wash hand basin and wc.
Landing Th split level landing offers a third bedroom on the return and a spiral staircase to the attic level
Bedroom 1: 3.56 x 5.23. This bright spacious bedroom spans the full width of the property with light flowing in from two large windows. Boasting fitted wardrobes, sash windows, recessed lighting and a cast iron featured fireplace.
Bedroom 2: 3.70 x 3.59. A spacious double bedroom with sunny aspect, feature fireplace and sash window.
Bedroom 3: 3.35 x 2.50. Positioned off the landing return, the third bedroom is a good sized space with fitted storage and even incorporates a clever mezzanine den.
Attic/bathroom: 3.44 x 3.09. From the spiral staircase the attic level is currently used as a large bathroom with free standing bath, wc, wash hand basin and seperate shower cubicle. There is ample storage and utilies such as washing machine and dryer can be found here also.
Outside space: Upon approach, the gated city styled front garden offers a pedestrian gate entrance with mature planting and is surrounded by wrought iron railings. There is also a paved garden to the rear with raised flowerbeds, wall lighting, shed and offer the added benefit of vehicular access through secure rear gate.
BER No: 109318626
Performance Indicator: 246.67