An utterly charming mid-terrace period residence dating from c.1830 and extending to c.1.130sqft/104sqm of beautifully proportioned and character-filled accommodation.
No.17 has immense character and atmosphere with considerable emphasis attached to maintaining the ambiance of the original architecture. Many of the original features remain intact including fireplaces, window shutters, panelled doors, staircase and fan light.
Upon entering this fine residence you are greeted by a light-filled entrance hall with original split-level staircase and ornate feature fanlight which is mentioned in Deirdre Kelly's book "Four Roads to Dublin". Into the right is the main reception room with elegant proportions, period marble fireplace, polished timber flooring and original window shutters. To the rear lies the kitchen/dining room which has a totally inviting rustic feeling and spans the full width of the house. The dining area has exposed brick and masonry walls with fitted shelving and an open fire.
Upstairs there are two spacious bedrooms and bathroom.
To the rear there is a 40ft x 20ft west facing rear garden with original brick and masonry walls, a paved patio area and the all important westerly aspect.
The location could not be more perfect being in the heart of Ranelagh but yet on a quiet residential road with every amenity on your doorstep to include LUAS at Beechwood, excellent shopping on Dunville Avenue, Ranelagh Village and a host of local parks and schools are just a stroll away.
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31-33 The Triangle, Ranelagh, Dublin 6,
Tel: 01 499 5050
PSRA Licence No. 002250