DescriptionNo. 250 Clontarf Road is a beautifully presented and renovated semi-detached period residence with uninterrupted and panoramic views stretching from Howth to Dalkey Island, the Sugar Loaf and the iconic Pigeon House chimney stacks.
Built in the late 1800's and totally renovated in 2017, this bay windowed seafront family home has been stylishly decorated with a cool white interior which compliments the spacious room proportions and period detailing throughout. A keen eye with a clear passion for interiors has created this most comfortable home which has been refurbished to a very high standard throughout. This includes many original features including 2.9 meter high ceilings, fireplaces, interconnecting reception rooms, a new light filled open plan kitchen/breakfast room which further opens to a cedar clad town garden and there are luxury bathrooms and an en-suite off the master bedroom. This is a fine home which marries original charm with modern comfort and a contemporary style sure to appeal to families and looking for a special Clontarf address.
The positioning of No.250 is particularly special offering unique views that only this stretch of the Clontarf Road can offer. The lucky owners get to enjoy watching sunrises over the bay, the passing of boats in and out of Dublin port along with the amenity of the promenade running along to the Wooden Bridge which gives access to Dollymount Strand. This wonderful home is really ideal to all that Clontarf has to offer being within walking distance of a wide range of local amenities and facilities including excellent restaurants & cafes, a selection of schools, the DART, St Anne's Park, several Golf Club's, The Yacht Club and Clontarf village, to name a few.
For those looking for the charm of a period home with all modern conveniences and breathtaking views, all within close proximity to the City Centre, then this is the home for you.
AccommodationOpen Porch 1.81m x 1.16m. Classical black and white tiled open porch way
Hall 8.18m x 1.59m. Spacious, with high ceiling (2.9 m) it up by fan light over blue composite hall door which is framed with narrow windows allowing plenty of light to flow through this elegant space
Guest WC 1.74m x 0.88m. Wash hand basin and wc, blue flooring, mirror, recessed light
Sitting Room 5.16m x 3.94m. With box bay feature window, cornicing, original cast iron fireplace with green tiled inset, oiled oak floor, double doors to dining room
Dining Room 4.77m x 3.58m. Original cast iron open fireplace, oak floor, ceiling cornicing, glass door to back town garden
Kitchen 5.37m x 3.21m. Selection of white gloss floor and wall cabinets with beech worktop, white subway-style tiled walls, grey tiled floor, recessed lights, built in combi/microwave oven and a second electric oven, gas hob, extractor fan, space for double fridge/freezer and plumbed for dishwasher and underfloor electric heating, sliding door to back yard with sunny aspect for al fresco dining
Utility Room 3.16m x 1.75m. Plumbed for washing machine and space for dryer and storage area
Landing 6.43m x 1.97m. Split level landing with wood flooring, part carpet, overhead window making it a light filled area
Bedroom 1 4.77m x 3.56m. Double to rear with wood flooring, built in wardrobes, ensuite
Ensuite 1.96m x 1.14m. Tiled corner power shower, wash hand basin with vanity unit and overhead light, wc, wall mounted storage cabinet, extractor, tiled floor
Bedroom 2 5.23m x 3.05m. Double with box bay window to front offering fantastic uninterrupted views of Dublin Bay to Howth and across to the Dublin mountains and the city, wood flooring
Bedroom 3 2.57m x 2.48m. Single to front with painted wood flooring
Bathroom 3.05m x 2.06m. Fully tiled, window to side, bath with rain shower overhead, wc, wash hand basin over white gloss vanity unit, lighted mirror, heated towel rail
Bedroom 4 3.24m x 2.48m. Rear back double bedroom with white wood floor, built in storage shelving
Gardens To the front a pedestrian gate opens to classically tiled black and white pathway bordered by an artificial grass area where the bins are stored. The private rear town garden with its westerly aspect receives much light throughout the afternoon and evening has been tiled and all the walls have been cedar clad making it a lovely place to unwind and relax.
FeaturesStunning panoramic coastal and sea views
Renovated and refurbished in 2017
Rewired, replumbed, new heating system (A Rated), double glazed sash windows, underfloor electrical heating to kitchen area
Beautifully presented interiors
Interconnecting reception rooms
Many Original features intact including high ceilings (2.9m) and fireplaces.
Large light filled modern open plan kitchen complete with top quality branded appliances (Neff gas hob, Baucknecht electrical oven)
Aluclad Double Glazed Windows
Suntrap private town garden with pedestrian rear access
Gentle walk to Wooden Bridge, Bull Wall swimming point and Dollymount Strand
Walk to local shops, restaurants and Clontarf village
Directly on bus route
Easy access to the City Centre (within 5.5 kms)
BER DetailsBER: C1
BER No: 108369950
Performance Indicator: 173.18 kWh/m²/yr
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Killester on 01 833 6555