DescriptionNo. 25 St Patrick’s Road a superb Victorian red brick family home built in the late 1800’s.
Nestled in a terrace of just three homes, this wonderful property, which still retains many of its original features is presented in good condition throughout having been well cared for by its current owners. This most impressive property enjoys generous well-proportioned accommodation along with bay windows in the lounge and master bedroom which fill both spaces with natural light something which can be lacking in many homes of this period. No. 25 will undoubtedly appeal to those looking for a home of character with original fireplaces, high ceilings, original wooden floors and beautiful cornicing yet offering all the comforts of modern day living.
Accommodation briefly comprises of: Spacious entrance hallway with under stair storage, interconnecting lounge and dining room both with beautiful fireplaces and wooden flooring. A separate fully fitted kitchen to include appliances completes the ground floor layout.
Upstairs the master bedroom spans the width of the property boasting a large bay window, original marble fireplace and an abundance of storage. A second double bedroom is to the rear with a fireplace and built in wardrobes. On the return there is a full family bathroom and nursery / bedroom three.
Outside to rear the garden is both mature and very private mostly in lawn with a mixture of shrubs and planting. To the front there is a small railed town garden.
Measuring 103 sq m / 1108 sq m the house has gas fired central heating, is fully alarmed and benefits from on street permit parking.
This property is superbly located in one of Dublin’s most vibrant and sought-after areas with its gracious mix of Georgian and Victorian redbrick homes of all shapes and sizes. Drumcondra attracts an eclectic blend of purchasers from those wanting to reduce their commuting time to those who want a family home in an established residential area steeped in history with all the amenities of the city on the doorstep.
St Patrick’s Road is surrounded by a superb selection of eateries and specialist shops and is home to some very well-known hostelries. The area is well served by public transport with access to the M50/M1 motorway network and Dublin Airport within a short drive.
Viewing is highly recommended.
AccommodationEntrance hallway 2.89m 1.67m
Living room 3.90m 3.26m (4.14 into bay)
Dining room 3.70m 3.07m
Kitchen 3.58m 2.97m
Bedroom 1 5.34m 3.20m (4.14 into bay)
Bedroom 2 3.68m 3.08m
Bedroom 3 2.90m 1.73m
Bathroom 2.07m 1.67m
Features• Victorian red brick home
• Excellent location
• Many original features intact, cornicing, fireplaces and shutters
• High ceilings
• Large master bedroom
• Gas central heating
• Fully alarmed
• On street permit parking
Adjacent Drumcondra train Station
• Dublin Airport 9 kms, DCU 3.5 kms, Croke Park 1 km
• Walking distance to city
BER DetailsBER: E1 BER No.111300307 Energy Performance Indicator:337.89 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsComing from Dorset Street heading north, turn left on to Whitworth Road and take the first right on to St Patricks Road, continue down the street and No 25 will be on your right side identified by a JLL For Sale board.