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25 Camden Row, South City Centre, Dublin 8

3 beds End of Terrace House 2 bath 139.37 m 2 Energy Rating


Behind this simple exterior lies a home of quality which has been transformed from an early Victorian residence into this ultra-chic, city centre residence. No 25 Camden Row is an architectural gem encompassing the elegance and charm of the Victorian era with a bright, open and up-to-the-minute design.
The accommodation is beautifully proportioned and light-filled with elegance and style evident throughout. It is finished to the very highest of standards with Peruvian Mahogany solid wood floor upstairs, Teak double glazing and an extensive use of sky lighting and floor to ceiling glazing.
The flair and finish extends to the exterior hosting a secluded Indian Sandstone patio garden with a vast array of exotic plants and shrubs and timber staircase.
Stepping through the front door you enter a bright, spacious hallway with Peruvian Mahogany wood floors. Into the left is the living room. This room is filled with light through a large south facing window that is reflected off the mahogany floors. There is a composite stone fireplace with a gas fire insert. Bookcases and storage are in the recesses either side of the chimney breast. Through to the rear, the house takes on a more contemporary feel. It is a large open plan space with the Mahogany floors running throughout. It is divided into three sections; the kitchen with fitted high gloss units, integrated appliances and quartz worktop, the sitting area with a vaulted ceiling, exposed roof ties and a large roof lantern and the dining area with a red brick wall, more roof lights and a staircase leading down to the garden beyond.
Downstairs there is a more intimate feel with a warm Oak semi solid wood floors running through to all three of the double bedrooms. The master bedroom has a large ensuite. There is a well-appointed family bathroom and a utility closet.
One of the main features of the house is the abundance of storage which has been incorporated wherever possible.
The location is both quiet and central - just off Heytesbury Street and adjacent to Camden Street with a wealth of local amenities on the doorstep. St Stephen’s Green and Grafton ...

Felicity Fox Estate Agents

6 St. Andrew Street, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2,

Tel: 01 633 4431

PSRA Licence No.  003792

negotiator Alistair Hickey
Alistair Hickey Tel: 01 6334431


Stamp Duty: €9,500.00
Total Amount: €959,500.00