DNG are delighted to present for sale this stunning 2/3 bedroom, 2 bathroom red-brick period property which comes to the market in excellent condition throughout. Having been built in the early 1900s, number 26 retains many of its original features such as cast-iron fireplaces, ornate plasterwork and offers generously proportioned, light filled accommodation throughout. The property was renovated in 2006, fully re-plumbed, rewired, damp proofed, re-plastered and new gas central heating, yet is bursting with further potential.
Upon entering this beautiful home, one is greeted by an elegant hallway, complete with original high ceilings and hallway arch, which leads into a large reception room to the front with a feature cast iron fireplace, sash window and custom designed built-in shelving including drawers and space for TV. French doors lead to the rear living room, also with custom designed built-in shelving, drawers and built-in desk. Full length window looking onto the garden. Both rooms have wide plank natural oak flooring. There is a modern kitchen at the back. Utility area with custom built-in wardrobe, hot-press and pantry press. Side access to a hardwood-decked, low maintenance, rear garden. Under the stairs is a guest bathroom/shower room. Upstairs are 2 double sized bedrooms and a large bathroom on the return level. For those with an eye out for a three bedroom house the front bedroom can easily be configured into two separate bedrooms as has been done in a number of properties along the road. There is further potential for attic conversion subject to pp. The rear garden has been decked and cleverly planted with mature bamboo providing for a very private and relaxing courtyard feel. At the front, behind the original cast iron railings, is a small pebbled yard.
There are an excellent selection of local amenities including Fairview Park with a playground, sports fields, skateboard park, Westwood Gym/swimming pool, local shops, restaurants, pubs, cafes and boutiques. Clontarf seafront promenade and greenway cycle track, IFSC and Eastpoint Business Park are all within a 15-minute walk and Dublin city centre is a close 1.5 km distance away. Transport services include a QBC and Clontarf Dart Station only a 10min walk as well as dedicated cycle tracks connecting city centre and Dublin Bay. Easy access to the Eastlink Bridge and Port Tunnel. 20 min drive from Dublin airport. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this gorgeous period home.
• Period Redbrick Property
• Fully re-plumbed & rewired
• Quiet Residential Cul-De-Sac
• Original Period Features & Fireplaces
• Gas Fired Central Heating
• Secluded rear, courtyard style, garden
Entrance Hall Wood floor coverings, inlaid door mat and feature hallway arch.
Living Room 3.85m x 3.78m. Wood floor coverings, original cast iron fireplace with inbuilt shelving and storage.
Sitting Room 3.60m x 3.56m. Wood floor coverings, built in shelving and window/door to rear garden.
Kitchen 6.5m x 2.6m. Excellent selection of wall and floor mounted units, tiled flooring and built in storage.
Bathroom 2.65m x 1.53m. Floor to ceiling tiled with w.c. w.b and bath shower combination.
Bedroom 1 3.70m x 3.60m. Carpeted with cast iron original fireplace and built in shelving.
Master Bedroom 5.26m x 3.76m. Carpeted with cast iron fireplace, coved ceilings and plasterwork centrepiece.
BER No: 114732787
Performance Indicator: 362.53