Discover a warm and spacious, light-filled home that imaginatively combines original Edwardian features with contemporary architectural design.
Retaining many period features.
Extended to an impressive 180m2/1938sq.ft - the largest house on the road.
Large, bright workspace/playroom/bedroom 4/granny flat.
Warm home with zoned under-floor heating and GFCH.
Secluded south facing courtyard 10m/33ft long
Behind the traditional red-brick, bay-windowed facade the ground floor opens to a spacious hallway and interconnecting formal reception rooms flowing seamlessly into the contemporary extension. This contains a kitchen/dining area and live/work space wrapped around a private, sun-filled courtyard suffused with the scent of jasmine. With floor-to-ceiling windows and nine double-glazed doors, this space is bursting with natural light, creating a bright and hospitable home eminently suited to gracious entertaining.
A real bonus is the flexible live/work space â€“ custom built on additional land purchased to the rear â€“ consisting of a 20m2 main room together with adjacent shower-room, kitchenette/utility room, two store rooms and back lobby with an external door to a private laneway.
On the upper floors are three large double bedrooms, with master en-suite. The main bathroom, one of four in total, boasts underfloor heating, a jacuzzi bathtub and large storage press.
Gas fired central heating with a modern condensing boiler, supplemented by added insulation and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and bathroom, creates a warm and cosy living environment in this transformed period home.
From its convenient location on a quiet cul-de-sac there is an easy commute to city centre and local shopping in the supermarkets and boutique village shops of Rathgar, Rathmines and Terenure. There are a wide range of pubs, restaurants and entertainment options in the vicinity. Local sports facilities include Rathgar Tennis Club, Milltown Golf Club, Dartry Health Club, Leinster Cricket Club, Beechwood F.C. Soccer Club and Terenure College Rugby Club. The ...