DescriptionA classic Victorian four bedroom terraced town residence of approximately 195.6 sq. m. / 2,105 sq. ft. laid out over three floors, the entire property is in need of renovation and upgrading throughout, it has however the makings of a stylish period home in the heart of the city. The garage to the rear shows obvious potential for mews development, subject to the relevant planning permission.
* Pearse Square comes in under the Living City Initiative and thus qualifies for tax relief up the amount of 200,000 check out the web site for details
The accommodation briefly comprises: A flight of granite steps to hall door, entrance hall, two adjoining reception rooms to the right and a return bedroom at hall floor level. On the first floor there are 3 further bedrooms and a bathroom. At ground floor a large kitchen to the front with access to the street via a lower door, a third reception room or perhaps fifth bedroom to the rear of the property, The rear hall leads to another small return room and access to the rear garden which leads you directly to the garage at the rear.
The property overlooks the well maintained pleasure gardens which make up Pearse Square, which is a great amenity to the residents.
A rare opportunity to acquire a gem of a city residence!
Situated right in the heart of the city, Pearse Square is a quiet residential backwater only minutes walk from Trinity College Dublin and all the amenities of the city centre, including bus and DART links to the north and south city areas
Pearse Square is situated just off Pearse Street and between the junction with Erne Street Lower and Macken Street.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
- Quiet residential area
- Period features throughout
- Over looking pleasure gardens
- Garden and garage to rear
- Mews potential subject to planning permission
- Pearse Square comes in under the Living City Initiative