DescriptionCharming three-bedroom terraced home with an attractive brickwork façade situated in a fantastic central location.
The property is fronted by an attractive brickwork façade, the front garden bordered by ironwork railings and manicured hedging. Upon entering, a hallway floored with wood laminate accesses the staircase and the living room. The living room is spacious and well-lit with its original tiled art deco fireplace. The kitchen is roomy and bright, an opaque glass panelled door accessing the rear garden. The bathroom, adjacent to the kitchen, is fully tiled and is lit through an opaque glass window. The rear garden is hard landscaped, bordered by walls for privacy and with a storage shed in place.
Upstairs lie the bedrooms, each featuring the original hardwood floors underneath a layer of wood laminate. The master bedroom is spacious and well-lit through a large window overlooking the front garden. The second and third bedrooms are of roughly similar size, easily accommodating a double bed and lit through windows facing over the rear garden.
Ceannt Fort terraces, built between 1917 and 1922, are centrally located, only a 15-minute walk to Dame Street and with all the services and amenities the city centre has to offer. In the immediate vicinity is St James Hospital and the new National Children's Hospital. The St James Hospital stop for the LUAS Red Line is beside the estate where there is a frequent tram service to the city centre and the IFSC.
FeaturesAttractive brickwork façade
Front and rear gardens
Un-metered on-street parking
Spacious master bedroom