DNG are proud to present 36 Curzon Street to the market, a beautiful red brick villa-style home in excellent condition throughout. This stylish home has been tastefully and lovingly maintained over the years by its current owner. It is situated on a quiet residential street, within walking distance of Dublin city centre, and presents an ideal opportunity for those wishing to reside in this sought-after neighbourhood.
The accommodation extends to c.92 sq.m and is well proportioned throughout. The front entrance of the house is beautifully tiled and upon entering you are greeted by a welcoming hallway. The main reception room is to the right. This is an elegant room with large original sash bay windows that throw natural light throughout the room. The high ceilings add tremendous appeal and creates a feeling of spaciousness in the room. A split level stairs leads below to a lobby area with storage space under stairs. Downstairs, to the rear of the property, there is a spacious open plan kitchen/dining/living area that is the heart of the home. The utility room and family bathroom are located off this area and complete the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both with original sash windows overlooking the garden The private, tranquil, rear garden, accessed from the sunroom, receives the sun all day in summer and includes a small shed. There is ample on street disc parking available on the street.
Curzon Street is a terrace of Victorian red brick homes positioned just off the South Circular Road. Camden Street is within a short stroll offering a variety of excellent bars, cafés and restaurants. There is an excellent selection in the immediate area also with the likes of BiBi's, Alma, Little Bird Café, Noshington, Fumbally Café, Bastible, Clanbrassil House and The Headline Bar all on your doorstep. Other services and amenities nearby include Griffith College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, RCSI, and parks at Merrion Square, St. Stephen's Green, Harolds Cross and the Iveagh Gardens, as well as the Grand Canal. The area is well serviced by public transport with Dublin Bus routes/LUAS/Dublin Bikes all nearby in addition to the cycle path to the Docklands.
Excellent condition throughout
Victorian red brick home
Tastefully styled and maintained property
Within walking distance of Dublin city centre
On street parking
Original sash windows
Rear private garden
Entrance Hall Welcoming airy entrance space thanks to a ceiling height of 3.6m with many original features such as the ceiling cornicing, front door and varnished wooden floor.
Sitting Room Beautiful bright room thanks to its sunny west facing orientation and bay window. The room boasts a ceiling height again of 3.6m and includes original features such as the sash windows, picture rail, wooden floor, ceiling cornicing and an original cast iron fireplace.
Kitchen Area With fitted floor units, wooden worktop, tiled splashback and Belfast sink. Complete with a gas hob and a sash window overlooking the rear garden. Plumbed for dishwasher.
Living/Dining Area Open plan space with a painted wooden floor, Morsø multifuel cast iron stove and fitted hidden storage either side. Light and airy thanks to the rear extension sunroof and full window surround looking out to the rear garden.
Utility Room With a tiled floor, access to small storage and plumbed for a washing machine.
Bathroom Airy bright room thanks to a sky light and block glass wall feature. Complete with a tiled floor, w.c, w.h.b and bath with raindrop shower attachment.
Bedroom 1 Generous double bedroom overlooking the rear garden with two original sash windows, built in wardrobes and original wooden floor.
Bedroom 2 Another double bedroom to the rear of the property facing east with built in wardrobes, wooden floor and sash window.
Garden East and South facing garden with a raised bed surround and a large rear stone wall covered in a mature crawler. Complete with a low maintenance finish thanks to loose and paved stone floor.
BER No: 107650624
Performance Indicator: 287.83 kWh/m?/yr