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29 Hollybrook Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3

5 beds 2 baths 225.8m 2Energy RatingSemi-Detached House Refreshed on Oct 9, 2020
Gallagher Quigley
Gallagher Quigley
Tel: 01 818 3000
PSRA Licence No. 002278
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Description

An exquisite Victorian home showcasing a state of the art modern extension to the rear and perfectly restored period features throughout the original home. The original home oozes old world elegance and charm. Offering perfectly proportioned rooms with elegant finishes complemented by a contrasting modern extension to the rear. This winning combination creates a seamless blend of styles that will cater for every family members need. First impressions are elevated entering through the restored wrought iron gates and railings, passing the granite paving and the delightful structured box-hedge landscaping in the front garden. These features hint at the perfection that lies beyond the smart facade. Through the entrance porch a fine reception hall awaits with full Victorian splendour, high ceilings, decorative plasterwork and beautiful stair rails. The hall leads to two interconnecting reception rooms, ordained with varnished floor boards, ornate working fireplaces and grand high ceilings. The hall connects the original house to a large modern extended space. This is the main event as the kitchen leads to an open plan living, dining area overlooking the sunny south west facing rear garden. The skilful design here features an expansive of modern space. A folding glass wall of doors opens from the kitchen to a sheltered courtyard space for BBQ’s and entertaining. The open plan dining and living space opens through three folding glazed doors to a large travertine tiled patio area. Here steps lead to the sunny back garden with a neat lawn and landscaping. Rear vehicular access through a remotely operated roller shutter provides off street parking for several cars, while inside, a generous utility room and a downstairs WC complete the accommodation on the ground floor. Upstairs there are 5 bedrooms with ornate fireplaces, original floorboards and high ceilings further enhancing the authentic Victorian warmth of character within. A family Bathroom and an additional shower room service all 5 bedrooms with ease. While the original attic room is suitable for a home office. This wonderful home is located between the coastal Clontarf Road and Howth Road. There is an abundance of excellent amenities close by including a wide choice of primary and secondary schools. It is no wonder Clontarf is so renowned as a desired address. The city centre is only 3km away and is easily accessible with frequent bus routes and Clontarf Dart station just 10 minutes’ walk away. Nearby the Seafront promenade and St Anne’s Park offer acres of nature walks, cycle tracks and so much more. Victorian and contemporary architecture combine here in a home that will be cherished by its fortunate new owners. Viewing by appointment only with Deirdre Kervick or Conor Gallagher at info@gallagherquigley.ie +35318183000

Rooms

Entrance Hall - 8.25m x 2.0m Living Room - 4.5m x 4.4m Dining Room - 4.46m x 4.01m Utility Room - 2.63m x 2.17m Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 13.8m x 6.11m Integrated Neff dishwasher in island. Brushed chrome pop up island unit usb and plug socket Franke sink and taps, large Hob, integrated larder fridge and separate larder freezer. Quartz Calacatta gold countertop, double oven, under counter and island mood lighting. Electric roof light, remote controlled blinds. Guest WC with anthracite towel rail, extractor fan and marble feature sink and shelf. 1st Floor Landing - Bedroom 1 - 4.7m x 4.0m Bedroom 2 - 4.44m x 4.16m Shower Room - 2.26m x 1.62m Bedroom 3 - 3.86m x 3.77m Bedroom 4 - 3.43m x 2.07m Second Floor Landing - 3.58m x 1.85m Bedroom 5 - 3.0m x 3.43m Bathroom - 2.19m x 1.81m Attic Room - 4.32m x 3.77m

Features

Period home renovated and extended in 2018 Sunny south west facing rear garden. A walk from Clontarf DART station Engineered herringbone wood floors in extension Original floorboards with underfloor insulation Gas central heating and new highly efficient boiler 2018 Working fireplaces in both reception rooms Security system incorporating cameras throughout and fully alarmed Restored double glazed sash windows Travertine paving in year garden Remotely controlled roller shutter gate providing rear access Off street parking to the rear Side passage with outside water tap Outside double electric socket suitable for electric car charging Double glazed front porch with double doors constructed 2019 Under stairs storage space off the hall which is walk in with a tiled floor House wired for high speed broadband TV point in master bedroom and both reception rooms New garden shed, with concrete foundation and double glazed pvc windows

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BER: D2
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