33 Emorville Avenue is a four bedroomed mid terraced period home in need of extensive modernisation. Extending to 1554sq ft/ 144.3sq m it would make a wonderful family home and it benefits from an excellent west facing garden c.55 ft in length giving you great scope for extension, subject to the necessary planning permission.
Upon entering you are greeted by a spacious L-shaped hallway with the stairs going up the middle of the house. Under the stairs is a large hot-press. Into the left is a large reception room with a large bay window that boasts its original shuttering. At the rear of the house there are two further reception rooms that could have a variety of uses. Into the back of the house there is an extension that has the kitchen and a bathroom. Upstairs there are four generous bedrooms, two to the front and two to the rear. Completing the upstairs is the bathroom.
Outside there is a sunny west facing garden c. 54 ft in length. It offers scope to extend subject to planning and there is pedestrian access to the rear.
Emorville Avenue itself is one of the prettiest streets in the vicinity, located at city end of South Circular Road and within a ten/fifteen minute walk of St Stephenâ€™s Green. The immediate area is home to some of Dublinâ€™s finest restaurants, delis and coffee houses while the neighbouring Camden Quarter provides daily fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers from the local street vendors. A green Luas station is situated moments away on Harcourt Street making city centre and its environs easily accessible.
Hall 3.75m x 1.36m + 4.19m x 1.75m (12â€™4â€ x 4â€™6â€) + (13â€™9â€ x 5â€™9â€)
Original cornicing. Dado rail. Phone point. Understairs hotpress. (1.76m x 1.75m). Shelved hotpress with immersion ...
6 St. Andrew Street, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2,
Tel: 01 633 4431
PSRA Licence No. 003792