No. 3, Railway Avenue, built by the Great Southern & Western Railway/C.I.E as employee accommodation, is an attractive double-fronted Edwardian style home with original features including high ceilings and attractive fireplaces. The original timber fretwork still exists as a feature on the front of the house. The property looks onto a large south facing mature front garden, approx 30m x 22m, with a private driveway and separate pedestrian gate on the avenue side. To the rear of the house there is a small yard (outside the back door) which leads out to a bin storage area.
Located on the corner of Railway Avenue and Baldoyle Road, this property is ideally situated. It is walking distance to Sutton DART Station, great shopping facilities at Sutton Cross and the lovely seafront promenade along the Howth Road. A number of city centre and Malahide bus routes are easily accessible and there is a choice of childcare facilites, junior and senior schools on the doorstep.
Some improvements were made to No. 3 approx. 10 years ago such as re-wiring, re-plumbing and re-plastering. With some further improvements and the potential for extending (subject to planning), this house would provide a lovely family home in a great location.
1.45 x 2.70
3.25 x 4.00m
Feature cast iron period fireplace with timber surround & Liscannor stone hearth, laminate flooring, recessed lighting.
3.30 x 3.45m
Kitchen / Dining
3.10 x 4.05m
Range of fitted cupboards and presses with skylights over. 5 ring gas hob, double oven, extractor, dishwasher, fridge freezer. Laminate tiled floor. Understairs utility, plumbed for washing machine.
2.05 x 1.50m
Wall-mounted towel heater, Tiled walls and floors, WC, WHB, bath with hand held hose, Triton electric shower.
1.20 x 1.60m
C.h. unit, shelving
3.25 x 3.65m
Access to attic storage.