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€945,000

20 Wellington Street,Dun Laoghaire,Co Dublin,A96 AK54

4 beds 3 baths 146m 2Energy RatingTerraced House Refreshed on Aug 25, 2022
Eircode: A96 AK54
Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire
Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire
Tel: 01 284 4422
PSRA Licence No. 002183
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Description

Nominated by the Irish Times as one of the top 10 houses to come to the market in 2019, this property is located just off the main street in Dun Laoghaire. Once the local electrical store, it was reimagined as a spectacular home by architect Mark Monaghan in 2015. At almost 1600sq.ft, the house is a mixture of modern, romantic and practical living spaces. The roof garden, which spans 600sq.ft. has breath-taking views of Dublin Bay and Howth Head. An upside-down residence, the entrance hall has a feel of the Middle East with its light aspect and Arabic inspired tiles. This is mirrored in the internal courtyard which is accessed from 2 of the three double bedrooms on this level - a perfect spot for early morning coffee. All the bedrooms have extensive fitted storage and the principal bedroom has bi-folding doors out to the internal courtyard and a fabulous en-suite shower room. There is also a full bathroom at this level along with a cleverly thought-out bike and bin store which opens directly onto the street. On the return, there is a utility room and fourth bedroom, currently in use as a study. Light streams into the first-floor landing where there is a large shower room serving this level. A doorway leads through to an open plan L shaped kitchen/living/dining which spans the entire width of the house with three large rectangular light bearing windows and a wood burning stove. The area feels spacious with a cosy atmosphere - a great space for indoor entertaining. A stairway leads from this area up to a glazed lobby which gives access to the roof terrace, the likes of which is rarely seen in Dublin. A substantial area (over 600 sq ft), it is laid out for summer entertaining with a lounge area, dining area and BBQ area. The roof garden has upcycled wood flooring, and an abundance of greenery and flowers have been planted for added colour. It's various entertainment areas serve as a peaceful retreat or a backdrop to a fun evening with friends. It enjoys spectacular views of Dublin Bay and Howth Head on one side and is privy to the hustle and bustle of the street below on the other. The location of this home could not be better, just a stone's throw from the main street. Dun Laoghaire offers a wide variety of amenities, including excellent shopping facilities, transport links, trendy restaurants and cosy cafes. The seafront offers excellent facilities for marine enthusiasts including numerous yacht clubs and coastal walks. The close by villages of Monkstown and Glasthule boast many more specialist boutiques, eateries and delicatessens. There are several highly regarded schools within close proximity, including Rathdown, CBC Monkstown, Blackrock College, St. Joseph's of Cluny and Loreto Dalkey. Nearby transport links include the DART, while several Dublin Bus routes including the 7, 7A, 46A, 45A and 111 are only minutes' walk away.

Accommodation

Entrance Hall 3.20m x 4.93m. Glazed front door allowing light to fill the entrance hall, tiled floor, recessed lighting, smart fitted under stairs storage, antique effect radiator, door to bin and bike storage Bedroom 3 3.89m x 3.31m. with solid wood painted floors, extensive wall to wall fitted wardrobes, recessed lighting, floor to ceiling windows, antique style radiator Bedroom 2 4.19m x 4.22m. painted wooden floors, antique style radiator, wall-to-wall fitted wardrobes, recessed lighting, door to internal courtyard Bedroom 1 4.66m x 2.65m. with extensive fitted wardrobes, recessed lighting, bi-folding doors out to the court yard, antique style radiator Ensuite 2.28m x 2.65m. tiled floor, tiled walls, sink, WC with recess cistern, heated towel rail, wall mounted vanity unit with lights, step in shower cubicle with both rainwater showerhead and additional showerhead and with built-in seat Bathroom 2.04m x 2.21m. miniature Metro brick tiled floor, Metro Brick tiled walls, w.c. with recessed cistern, w.h.b., bath with shower attachment, recess lighting Lobby on the return with painted wood floors, antique style radiator, recessed lighting, Bedroom 4 4.98m x 3.62m. painted wood floors, built in wardrobes, recessed lighting, antique style radiator Utility Room 2.44m x 3.74m. with integrated fridge, integrated freezer, countertop with ceramic sink, storage closet, plumbing for washing machine and dryer concealed behind slide robes, recessed lighting, painted floors Bathroom 1.50m x 3.06m. tiled floor, tiled walls, sink, w.c. with recess cistern, walk-in shower with rainwater showerhead and further shower attachment, heated towel rail, recessed lighting Living/Dining 6.93m x 6.96m. painted floors, recessed lighting, three large light bearing windows with plantation shutters, woodburning stove set on tiles which match the hall, antique style radiators Kitchen 6.93m x 6.96m. smart cream kitchen with durable countertop in black and grey, four ring gas hob, extractor fan, Bosch electric oven, twin ceramic sink, integrated dishwasher, integrated freezer, integrated fridge, tiled splash back, integrated microwave, recessed lighting

Features

Architect designed Contemporary interior Large roof terrace with panoramic views of Dublin Bay and Howth Head Location central to all amenities GFCH Phone Points TV Points Wiring for an alarm at ground floor level Resident on street disc parking

BER Details

BER: B3 BER No: 112643028 Performance Indicator: 128.64KwH

Negotiator Details

Miriam Mulligan

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire on 01 284 4422
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20 Wellington Street,Dun Laoghaire,Co Dublin,A96 AK54

€945,000

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Beds4 beds
Price€945,000
Property TypeTerraced House
Size146 meters2
Energy RatingBER-B3
Refreshed onAug 25, 2022
EircodeA96 AK54

Description

Nominated by the Irish Times as one of the top 10 houses to come to the market in 2019, this property is located just off the main street in Dun Laoghaire. Once the local electrical store, it was reimagined as a spectacular home by architect Mark Monaghan in 2015. At almost 1600sq.ft, the house is a mixture of modern, romantic and practical living spaces. The roof garden, which spans 600sq.ft. has breath-taking views of Dublin Bay and Howth Head. An upside-down residence, the entrance hall has a feel of the Middle East with its light aspect and Arabic inspired tiles. This is mirrored in the internal courtyard which is accessed from 2 of the three double bedrooms on this level - a perfect spot for early morning coffee. All the bedrooms have extensive fitted storage and the principal bedroom has bi-folding doors out to the internal courtyard and a fabulous en-suite shower room. There is also a full bathroom at this level along with a cleverly thought-out bike and bin store which opens directly onto the street. On the return, there is a utility room and fourth bedroom, currently in use as a study. Light streams into the first-floor landing where there is a large shower room serving this level. A doorway leads through to an open plan L shaped kitchen/living/dining which spans the entire width of the house with three large rectangular light bearing windows and a wood burning stove. The area feels spacious with a cosy atmosphere - a great space for indoor entertaining. A stairway leads from this area up to a glazed lobby which gives access to the roof terrace, the likes of which is rarely seen in Dublin. A substantial area (over 600 sq ft), it is laid out for summer entertaining with a lounge area, dining area and BBQ area. The roof garden has upcycled wood flooring, and an abundance of greenery and flowers have been planted for added colour. It's various entertainment areas serve as a peaceful retreat or a backdrop to a fun evening with friends. It enjoys spectacular views of Dublin Bay and Howth Head on one side and is privy to the hustle and bustle of the street below on the other. The location of this home could not be better, just a stone's throw from the main street. Dun Laoghaire offers a wide variety of amenities, including excellent shopping facilities, transport links, trendy restaurants and cosy cafes. The seafront offers excellent facilities for marine enthusiasts including numerous yacht clubs and coastal walks. The close by villages of Monkstown and Glasthule boast many more specialist boutiques, eateries and delicatessens. There are several highly regarded schools within close proximity, including Rathdown, CBC Monkstown, Blackrock College, St. Joseph's of Cluny and Loreto Dalkey. Nearby transport links include the DART, while several Dublin Bus routes including the 7, 7A, 46A, 45A and 111 are only minutes' walk away.

Accommodation

Entrance Hall 3.20m x 4.93m. Glazed front door allowing light to fill the entrance hall, tiled floor, recessed lighting, smart fitted under stairs storage, antique effect radiator, door to bin and bike storage Bedroom 3 3.89m x 3.31m. with solid wood painted floors, extensive wall to wall fitted wardrobes, recessed lighting, floor to ceiling windows, antique style radiator Bedroom 2 4.19m x 4.22m. painted wooden floors, antique style radiator, wall-to-wall fitted wardrobes, recessed lighting, door to internal courtyard Bedroom 1 4.66m x 2.65m. with extensive fitted wardrobes, recessed lighting, bi-folding doors out to the court yard, antique style radiator Ensuite 2.28m x 2.65m. tiled floor, tiled walls, sink, WC with recess cistern, heated towel rail, wall mounted vanity unit with lights, step in shower cubicle with both rainwater showerhead and additional showerhead and with built-in seat Bathroom 2.04m x 2.21m. miniature Metro brick tiled floor, Metro Brick tiled walls, w.c. with recessed cistern, w.h.b., bath with shower attachment, recess lighting Lobby on the return with painted wood floors, antique style radiator, recessed lighting, Bedroom 4 4.98m x 3.62m. painted wood floors, built in wardrobes, recessed lighting, antique style radiator Utility Room 2.44m x 3.74m. with integrated fridge, integrated freezer, countertop with ceramic sink, storage closet, plumbing for washing machine and dryer concealed behind slide robes, recessed lighting, painted floors Bathroom 1.50m x 3.06m. tiled floor, tiled walls, sink, w.c. with recess cistern, walk-in shower with rainwater showerhead and further shower attachment, heated towel rail, recessed lighting Living/Dining 6.93m x 6.96m. painted floors, recessed lighting, three large light bearing windows with plantation shutters, woodburning stove set on tiles which match the hall, antique style radiators Kitchen 6.93m x 6.96m. smart cream kitchen with durable countertop in black and grey, four ring gas hob, extractor fan, Bosch electric oven, twin ceramic sink, integrated dishwasher, integrated freezer, integrated fridge, tiled splash back, integrated microwave, recessed lighting

Features

Architect designed Contemporary interior Large roof terrace with panoramic views of Dublin Bay and Howth Head Location central to all amenities GFCH Phone Points TV Points Wiring for an alarm at ground floor level Resident on street disc parking

BER Details

BER: B3 BER No: 112643028 Performance Indicator: 128.64KwH

Negotiator Details

Miriam Mulligan

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Dun Laoghaire on 01 284 4422