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An exceptional artisan property upgraded and presented in absolute turn-key condition. Behind the magnificent brick facade lies a fabulous residence which is presented in superb condition throughout and will appeal to all types of buyers. Built at the turn of the 20th century and recently restored to become a lovingly modern home located perfectly in the small enclave of Greenfield Place. No.6 could be considered a new house in an old shell, wiring ,heating, insulation as well as kitchen and bathrooms have all been upgraded in recent years whilst retaining the original features throughout.
This is a unique opportunity to acquire a property that has kept its original features while bringing the property back to life with a modern sense of living. The mix between old and new works perfectly while also being in the perfect location having the option to walk to the village of Rathmines or ramble into the City Centre.
On arrival to no.6 there is a welcoming hallway with high ceilings and original timber flooring, a double reception room with both a cast iron fireplace and a multi-fuel stove, the kitchen with chequered tiling, original sash window and double doors out to the beautiful south facing courtyard with rear lane access. Upstairs there are two large double bedrooms both with features fireplaces, the main bathroom and the attic space with skylight and ample storage.
Harolds Cross is steeped in character and culture and gives people the best of both in terms of city living and the comfort of a close community. A host of local amenities are within walking distance from the cottage from the top of Harolds Cross along the park right down to the scenic route of the Grand Canal. This convenient and sought after location is probably best described as being a village within the city.
Roof replaced in 2015
Close proximity to host of local amenities
Fully floored attic with skyight with ample storage