Architecturally designed with unique features and wonderful attention to detail, this fine period residence built C.1908 offers classical proportions aligned with a mix of contemporary and original features including: the period red brick facade, high ceilings, ornate plaster work, exposed brick, feature firelaces and a cleverly designed open plan kitchen/dining area. DNG are delighted to introduce to the market number 35 Norfolk Road. Located in the heart of Phibsborough. On visiting viewers are sure to appreciate the exacting standard of finish, original period features and and the highly functional design and layout.
Upon entering this Number 35 you are greeted by an attractive hallway with a host of tasteful features that include the ornate plasterwork and wonderfull high ceilings that were a hallmark of this period.. Off the hallway the open plan kitchen and living room is the real stand out feature of this home providing for a wonderful entertainment and family space.
Upstairs there are three spacious bedrooms off the split level landing which provides acess to a convenienient attic space. A modern family bathroom completes the accommodation.
The location is excellent, positioned on a quiet tree lined cul de sac within a two minute walk of the new Luas stop at Phibsborough, walking distance to the Botanic Gardens, Phibsboro shopping centre, and St Bernard's Park, The Phoenix Park and Dublin airport are also easily accessible.
Viewing is sure to appeal to those looking to set up home in this increasingly popular location so close to Dublin city centre and to fully appreciate the clever and professional deign of this lovely home.
Entrance Hall Beyond the red brick facade is an inviting entrace hallway with a guest wc. There is a feature arch and coving among other original features.
Living Room There is a comfortable living room to the front with solid wood flooring, picture rails, a decorative ceiling rose and a feature fireplace. The fireplace has the original bakelite bell with a wood burning stove adding to the ambience of the room. Granite steps lead into the open plan kitchen area.
Kitchen The open plan contemporary kitchen is furnished with timeless oak timber cabinetry with quartz stone counters. The rangemaster cooker is set in an exposed brick hearth, there is a feature window through to the hall, recessed lighting, Groahe sink, painted tongued and grooved flooring and an exposed wood beam ceiling - all adding to the clever professional design.
Utility room Utility room with solid wood oak cabinets with, Belfast sink, washing machine, dryer and a gas fired combi boiler with digital heating controls. The radiators are new column cast iron and have thermostatic valves fitted and the floor is poured polished concrete.
The property has been rewired, re plumbed and ther is a digital alarm system
Bedroom 1 There is a single bedroom off the landing area. The landing area is on split level and featues a stained glass window at ceiling level.
Bedroom 2 Double bedroom to the rear with wide plank original flooring.
Bedroom 3 Double bedroom to the rear with an original fireplace.
Bathroom Modern family bathroom, tiled throughout with a rain shower and heated towel rail.
Outside The front garden has the original wrought iron city railings with the original side gate, loose stone and planting. The A rated windows are bespoke sash in Accoya timber with granite window sills. The original roof has been replaced and number 35 has the added benefit of a large garage to the rear ( measuring 5.7m x 4m ) with gated vehicular access. The maintenance free rear garden is walled and enhanced by Australian Acacia and Cosmos trees and is laid to lawn.
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