Open Viewing: Sat 21 Apr, 12:00pm - 12:30pm
The Cremore houses were built by master craftsman Alexander Strain in the latter part of his and date back to c. 1929, where they exemplify the style and flair of properties built in this era. They have a handsome faÃ§ade with a half brick finish and bay window at ground floor level. The houses in Cremore are notable for the availability of off street parking and good gardens. The gardens are generous both front and rear and the property itself has been well maintained with many of the original period features intact. The property has two feature fireplaces to each reception room and to each main bedroom at first floor level.
On entering the property one comes through a recessed doorway with storm porch. The doorway has stained glass detail to the window. One enters a generous reception room with high ceilings. All of the other rooms radiate off the hallway. There are two interconnecting reception rooms with sliding doors between both, a large picture window in the rear reception room brings in a good deal of natural light while the front reception room has a very large bay window that takes full advantage of the sunny south facing aspect bringing oodles of natural light into the property. To the rear the kitchen has been extended to provide a very generous kitchen breakfast room with extensive wall and floor mounted units, ample counter space and in turn access to the rear garden. The garage to the side can accommodation vehicle access and may serve to facilitate an additional extension to the side. The attic room has a high ceiling and a Velux window bringing in natural light and making this a very usable space. The heating is gas fired central heating and the windows are PVC double glazed.
This exceptional property is well located j ...
171 Howth Road, Dublin 3
Tel: 01 853 6016
PSRA Licence No. 001848