55 Edenvale Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 D06R7T2Sale Agreed

4 Bed Semi-Detached House 162 m² / 1744 ft² Sale Agreed B3

Description

DNG are delighted to present this handsome period family home combining classical charm with contemporary style and 21st century craftsmanship. The interior is truly special, consisting of light filled reception rooms, bedrooms of elegant proportions and, at the heart of the house, a large open plan kitchen/dining/ living room. The rear garden faces South/ West, taking full advantage of the sun.

Upon entering it is quite apparent that the standard of finish and building materials used are truly exceptional which is reflected in the B3 energy rating. The accommodation proudly comprises a porch, entrance hallway with under stair storage (utility area), guest wc, living room with bay window, dining room, kitchen/ dining room/ living room (all opening to the private and sunny South/West facing rear garden). The original staircase leads to the first floor which hosts four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The spacious landing is light filled with an attractive stained glass window. There are abundant bespoke storage solutions throughout this clever architecturally designed home.

A railed front garden with charming original pattern tiles leads to the front of 55 Edenvale Road. A covered side passage provides excellent storage and access to the garden. To the rear, the South /West facing garden is a very secluded and private space with a wonderful view of the Beechwood church spire. The rear garden and the kitchen/ dining/ living room benefit from wonderful light from early morning to dusk, which is one of the most loved features of this exceptional property. The garden benefits from outdoor lighting carefully placed to bring the outdoors to life after dark. There are two tumbled limestone cobble patio areas offering excellent scope for outdoor entertaining and dining.

Edenvale Road is an attractive tree lined road of well-appointed red brick family homes tucked away in the heart of Ranelagh. Situated just over 2 miles (approx.) from St. Stephen's Green in this well established and mature residential location, this fine property enjoys an almost unparalleled sense of convenience with Ranelagh and Rathmines on its doorstep. As well as being surrounded by a wealth of amenities, to include local shopping at Dunville Avenue, some of Dublin's premier schools are within walking distance. It is also just a gentle stroll to the Beechwood and Cowper Luas stops, each less than five minutes walk away. This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase a truly unique refurbished period family home on what is widely regarded as one of Ranelagh’s premier roads.

Features

• B3 BER – Energy efficient family home
• Completely refurbished and extended to the highest standards (in 2013) including re-wiring and re-plumbing, reconfiguration of rooms and an extension to the kitchen. Architect was award winning Flavio Lombardo who was also shortlisted for Building and Architect of the Year 2021
• Many original period features including fireplaces, ornate coving, centre roses, doors, floorboards and exposed brickwork
• Extensively insulated including walls, attic, under floor and porch
• Re-roofing to front completed 2010, re- roofing to rear of main house and return completed 2017
• All modern comforts provided for including underfloor heating and new Worchester Bosch combi-boiler (2020) which provides instant hot water on demand with fuel efficiency (with 12 year warranty).
• Double glazed windows throughout, triple glazed in kitchen. Sash windows are by Kells which are sensitively matched to the original windows. Kitchen and bathroom glazing by Nordan
• Alarm with sensors and additional keypad upstairs
• Intercom system doorbell
• Side passage covered with two new doors fitted with keypad locks and party wall replaced (2020)
• Hand painted bespoke fitted furniture throughout by Dermot Bracken
• Master bedroom has plumbing laid on at fireplace end for en-suite if desired
• Attic suitable for conversion with plumbing and electricity laid on
• South/ West facing private back garden landscaped by award winning Sean Keighran of Creative Garden Design
• Brickwork facade re-pointed in 2016

Accommodation

Entrance Hallway This spacious entrance hallway features original coving, centre rose, and original polished floorboards. Cast iron radiator. The stained-glass windows surrounding the front door feature a cheerful yellow detail.

Living Room Spacious elegant living room features a large bay window, original covings, fireplace and polished floorboards. Cast iron radiators.

Dining Room Original fireplace, covings and polished original floorboards. Cast iron radiator. Bespoke hand painted bookcases by Dermot Bracken.

Hallway return Tongued and grooved panelling in hallway return was matched to the design original to the house. This panelling now conceals ample storage including laundry space which is ventilated to outside. Patterned tiles with underfloor heating.

Kitchen/ living/ dining The kitchen extension was designed to capture the light all year round and throughout the day. A sliding door opens to sun drenched patio benefitting from westerly and southerly sun. Blue painted kitchen units include bespoke wine rack. Solid oak counter top. Hand painted Kells half door. Original brick wall is a much-loved feature which was exposed and re-pointed during refurbishment. Underfloor heating. Windows are triple glazed to ensure the kitchen doesn’t overheat in summer or lose warmth in winter. This is a bright, warm and truly delightful space.

Guest WC Villeroy & Boch handbasin and toilet. Double glazed window. Painted exposed original brick. Underfloor heating and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 1 (Master) Double fronted master bedroom features original fireplace. This room had been converted into two bedrooms but was carefully restored to original layout. Extensive storage provided in bespoke fitted wardrobe spanning the depth of the room.

Bedroom 2 Large double bedroom with original fireplace and coving. Bespoke fitted chest of drawers and wardrobe. Lovely view over garden.

Bedroom 3 Bedroom with lime washed original floorboards. Wooden sash double glazed window. Access to attic return. Currently used as an office.

Bedroom 4 Double bedroom. Wooden sash double glazed window. Very pretty view out to the garden.

Family Bathroom Restored original claw foot bath painted in Farrow and Ball Lulworth Blue. Large corner shower with Hansgrohe Raindance power shower, BC Sanitan Victorian sink and toilet set against painted wooden panelling with storage. Hexagonal white mosaic tiles. Also features underfloor heating and heated towel rail.

Landing Light and bright with original stained-glass window, recessed lighting and access to main attic.

Attic Recently floored attic provides excellent storage. Electricity and plumbing laid on as contingency for conversion to bedroom w/ bathroom.

Garden The South and West orientation makes this a fabulous suntrap garden with uninterrupted sun throughout the day. The view of Beechwood church is a particularly special feature of this lovely private garden. Tumbled yellow limestone cobble paving. The garden features a native Irish strawberry tree and numerous other evergreens, which maintain their full lusciousness through all seasons. The garden also features lighting in the borders and to the exterior of the house, bringing the outdoors to life after dark.

Negotiator

Susan Slevin

BER Details

BER: B3
BER No: 104329974
Performance Indicator: 129.24 kWh/m?/yr