DescriptionLeafy Mount Pleasant Square is recognised as one of Dublin's most beautiful Georgian squares and is one of the city's most desirable addresses. Built by the Dolan family, originally glove makers from Chester England, the Square envelopes Mount Pleasant Lawn Tennis Club and completed construction in 1834.
Tucked in off Ranelagh Road, No. 14 Mount Pleasant Square is positioned on the town side and presents a superb opportunity to create your dream home in this most private tree lined square.
Extending to approximately 1744sq.ft (162sq.m.) approx., this home of great character and potential is bound to appeal to those wishing to put their own stamp on something special. Whilst in need of refurbishment, the property retains all the charm and elegance of its era with well-appointed accommodation complemented by period features such as interconnecting reception rooms with high ceilings, and original coal bunker to boot.
The ground/ basement level provides kitchen and dining room overlooking the garden. There is garden access from the hall floor return. At hall level, there are two elegant interconnecting reception rooms. The bathroom is located on the first-floor return, with the accommodation completed at the top of the house by three bedrooms.
Conveniently located just two miles from the city centre, Mount Pleasant Square is situated on the edge of Ranelagh Village which is well served by an abundance of amenities both social and essential including fashionable shops, bars, delicatessens and restaurants. The locality is well served by public transport with the nearest Luas station at Ranelagh Village; just a few minutes' walk from the door of No.14. Further shopping, including the rejuvenated Swan Centre, located at Rathmines Village and Dunville Avenue. Some of the city's premier schools including Scoil Bhride, Ranelagh Multi-Denominational, Sandford National, Gonzaga College and Sandford Park. Muckross Park, Alexandra College, St Mary's College and Loreto College St Stephen's Green are in the vicinity.
Entrance Hall wide entrance hall, original door with fanlight overhead, coving and gallery and dado rail, carpet flooring.
Inner Hall with stairwell
Drawing Room with sash window and shutters, coving and gallery rail, fireplace with electric fire inset tiled surround and base.
Drawing Room 2 with coving, gallery rail, open fire with tiled inset, 12 pane sash window with shutters.
Bedroom 1 large double room overlooking rear garden, 12 pane sash window with shutters, fireplace with black slate base and cast iron inset.
Bedroom 2 generous double overlooking rear garden, overlooking the square, gallery rail, carpet flooring, sash window and shutters, open fire with cast iron inset and painted timber surround.
Bedroom 3 with single room, sash window, gallery rail and shutters.
Bathroom with cork tiled flooring wc, wash hand basin.
Garden / Basement Level
Hall with linoleum flooring, access to coal bunker, under stairs storage.
Kitchen to the rear with window overlooking rear patio, floor level base kitchen units with stainless steel sink unit, plumbed for washing machine, fireplace with tiled base and surround with electric fire inset.
Living/ Dining Room access from hall and kitchen to living room.
Coal Bunker original coal bunker - potential store.
BER DetailsBER: Exempt
DirectionsComing from town proceed over the bridge at Charlemont Street onto the Ranelagh Road. You will come to a set of pedestrian traffic lights continue straight and take the next right into Mount Pleasant Square.
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh on 01 4969909