Sherry FitzGerald introduce Number Eleven, a substantial and light-filled double fronted period home which offers generous proportions, original features and a fabulously convenient coastal location.
Original granite steps lead to the entrance hall which retains its character with original ceiling cornice, dado rail and timber staircase. From here two sizable reception rooms are ideal for entertaining and are complemented by original features and sash windows which allow light to prevail. Also at this level is a convenient cloak storage and a guest w.c. The original timber staircase leads to the garden level where there are two large living rooms one of which is ideal as a double bedroom, both overlook the front garden and have built-in storage. The modern galley kitchen is well equipped with sleek high gloss wall and floor units, black slate tiling and recessed lighting. There is also a large utility with w.c. and access to the rear patio garden.
Upstairs there is a spacious and exceptionally bright landing, off of which are four well proportioned double bedrooms with two of them enhanced by original cast iron fireplaces. The newly fitted and stylish bathroom is complete with contemporary fittings, polished tiled floor and recessed lighting. Outside, there is a secluded patio style garden with paving, outdoor lighting and a storage area. A side door provides pedestrian access to the front.
Crofton Avenue is ideally positioned within moments of every conceivable amenity in Dun Laoghaire's fashionable Town Centre including a host of cafes, shops, cinema and bars. The seafront and yacht clubs cater for water sports enthusiasts and the DART multiple bus routes provides efficient access to the city centre and beyond.