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€525,000

16 Rugby Villas, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

2 beds 1 bath 70m 2Energy RatingTerraced House Refreshed on Oct 21, 2022
Eircode: D06 N2T0
Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh
Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh
Tel: 01 496 9909
PSRA Licence No. 002183
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Description

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present Number 16 Rugby Villas to the market. This attractive two bedroomed plus attic conversion end of terrace home comes to the market in good condition throughout having been upgraded and extends to approx. 70 sq m / 753 sq ft. with attic level, approx. 13 sq.m This impressive, mellowed brick period home is excellently proportioned throughout and carefully maintained whilst enjoying many period features such as the original cast iron stove, cast iron fireplaces, high ceilings, gallery rail and sash style windows. Positioned at the end of this quiet terrace, the true feature is the superb rear garden which is double the size of others on the road, offering great scope to extend to create a larger footprint whilst retaining the rear pedestrian access. The property comprises entrance hall, living room, dining area and fitted galley kitchen. A patio door from the dining room lead to large rear garden enjoying a southerly orientation. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the return. The attic room is currently in use as a work from home office. Outside there is a sizeable south facing garden and two sheds offering additional storage. Recent upgrades include a boiler, pump, hot water cylinder and fitted solar panels whilst the house enjoys double glazed windows. There is on street permit parking to the front of the property. The convenience of this location is second to none, just a gentle stroll to Ranelagh Village or the nearest Luas station whilst Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green is a mere 15 minute walk. This makes it the ideal home for professionals who need to live close to Dublin's principle places of business whilst having an address that is close to the all the essential service and amenities not to mention boutique restaurants, specialist shops, bars and coffee shops of both Dunville Avenue and Ranelagh Village.

Accommodation

Hall - past the upgraded PVC door and mellowed brick façade, a long hall with stone cut tiled flooring. Leading to the dining room and upstairs. Interconnecting Reception Rooms - Living Room - with solid wood flooring, sash style double glazed window, gallery rail, original cast iron fireplace. Opening to the dining room Dining Room - with continued wood flooring, gallery rail, feature cast iron stove within the original hearth chimney breast. With fitted shelving and cabinets. Patio door leading to the rear garden. Kitchen - a true galley kitchen with base units and fitted shelving, eye level fitted units, tiled splashback, oven, gas hob and extractor overhead, plumbed for washing machine, overlooking the garden, with stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Upstairs - Bathroom on Return - with polished wood flooring, bath with shower attachment, tiled splashback, wc, wash hand basic. Heated towel rail. Bedroom 2 - double bedroom, overlooking rear garden, with cast iron fireplace. Double glazed window. Bedroom 1 - spanning the width of the house, double room, with polished wood flooring, fitted sliding wardrobes and fitted shelving. Attic - offering great versatility, wood panelled ceiling and polished wood flooring, skylights, eaves storage. Currently in use as spacious office. Garden - Impressive large garden to the rear, offering scope for further expansion, enjoying an enviable south facing orientation laid in patio and gravel for low maintenance. With outhouse for storage, wooden shed housing boiler. Corner planting beds from flowering plants. Rear pedestrian gate to rear lane.

Features

  • Period features including cast iron stove, cast iron fireplaces and gallery rails
  • GFCH with upgraded boiler, with solar panels installed
  • Double glazed period sash windows
  • On street permit parking

BER Details

BER: F BER No: 112596895 Energy Performance Indicator: 388.35 kWh/m2/yr

Negotiator

Deirdre Hegarty
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16 Rugby Villas, Ranelagh, Dublin 6

€525,000

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Beds2 beds
Price€525,000
Property TypeTerraced House
Size70 meters2
Energy RatingBER-F
Refreshed onOct 21, 2022
EircodeD06 N2T0

Description

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present Number 16 Rugby Villas to the market. This attractive two bedroomed plus attic conversion end of terrace home comes to the market in good condition throughout having been upgraded and extends to approx. 70 sq m / 753 sq ft. with attic level, approx. 13 sq.m This impressive, mellowed brick period home is excellently proportioned throughout and carefully maintained whilst enjoying many period features such as the original cast iron stove, cast iron fireplaces, high ceilings, gallery rail and sash style windows. Positioned at the end of this quiet terrace, the true feature is the superb rear garden which is double the size of others on the road, offering great scope to extend to create a larger footprint whilst retaining the rear pedestrian access. The property comprises entrance hall, living room, dining area and fitted galley kitchen. A patio door from the dining room lead to large rear garden enjoying a southerly orientation. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the return. The attic room is currently in use as a work from home office. Outside there is a sizeable south facing garden and two sheds offering additional storage. Recent upgrades include a boiler, pump, hot water cylinder and fitted solar panels whilst the house enjoys double glazed windows. There is on street permit parking to the front of the property. The convenience of this location is second to none, just a gentle stroll to Ranelagh Village or the nearest Luas station whilst Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green is a mere 15 minute walk. This makes it the ideal home for professionals who need to live close to Dublin's principle places of business whilst having an address that is close to the all the essential service and amenities not to mention boutique restaurants, specialist shops, bars and coffee shops of both Dunville Avenue and Ranelagh Village.

Accommodation

Hall - past the upgraded PVC door and mellowed brick façade, a long hall with stone cut tiled flooring. Leading to the dining room and upstairs. Interconnecting Reception Rooms - Living Room - with solid wood flooring, sash style double glazed window, gallery rail, original cast iron fireplace. Opening to the dining room Dining Room - with continued wood flooring, gallery rail, feature cast iron stove within the original hearth chimney breast. With fitted shelving and cabinets. Patio door leading to the rear garden. Kitchen - a true galley kitchen with base units and fitted shelving, eye level fitted units, tiled splashback, oven, gas hob and extractor overhead, plumbed for washing machine, overlooking the garden, with stainless steel sink unit and drainer. Upstairs - Bathroom on Return - with polished wood flooring, bath with shower attachment, tiled splashback, wc, wash hand basic. Heated towel rail. Bedroom 2 - double bedroom, overlooking rear garden, with cast iron fireplace. Double glazed window. Bedroom 1 - spanning the width of the house, double room, with polished wood flooring, fitted sliding wardrobes and fitted shelving. Attic - offering great versatility, wood panelled ceiling and polished wood flooring, skylights, eaves storage. Currently in use as spacious office. Garden - Impressive large garden to the rear, offering scope for further expansion, enjoying an enviable south facing orientation laid in patio and gravel for low maintenance. With outhouse for storage, wooden shed housing boiler. Corner planting beds from flowering plants. Rear pedestrian gate to rear lane.

Features

  • Period features including cast iron stove, cast iron fireplaces and gallery rails
  • GFCH with upgraded boiler, with solar panels installed
  • Double glazed period sash windows
  • On street permit parking

BER Details

BER: F BER No: 112596895 Energy Performance Indicator: 388.35 kWh/m2/yr

Negotiator

Deirdre Hegarty