DescriptionThis stunning and most impressive Victorian family home with magnificent sea views and presented in pristine decorative order throughout whilst retaining many period features including stained glass fanlight over the hall door, original ornate ceiling cornicing, centre roses and marble fireplaces.
At hall floor level, there is an inviting reception hall with marble floor, high ceilings with ornate coving and centre roses, two very fine reception rooms both with matching period marble fireplaces and polished timber flooring. The living room has stunning sea views added to by the attractive blue walls in both rooms.
Upstairs on the first floor, there are two generous bedrooms, the master bedroom stretching the full width of the house and impressive views of Poolbeg (The Red) Lighthouse and as far out as Howth Head has a large walk-in wardrobe and separate ensuite. There are two other bedrooms overlook the tranquil sunny south westerly rear garden. All bedrooms are beautifully decorated with built in wardrobes and are all double rooms.
On the first floor return, there is a separate shower room and a study/home office with its own balcony with views as far as the Dublin Mountain.
On the garden level, there is a separate entrance with under the stairs storage which houses the gas fired central heating boiler, entrance hall off which there is a utility/boot room with marble tiled floor. A family room with attractive marble fireplace with views of the front garden and again sea views. Adjacent to this room is the kitchen, which is extremely well fitted, with an excellent range of hand painted wall and floor press units, five ring Idle range, an arch through to conservatory/sun room with sliding patio door leading out to the rear garden. The downstairs wc completes the accommodation at this level.
Outside, the sunny south westerly rear garden is a particular selling feature of the property with ceramic patio, BBQ area, ideal for relaxing all year round on the sunny evenings and particularly in the Spring and Summer. At the end of the garden there is vehicular rear access with parking for one car along with a large block-built garden store. To the front, there is a landscaped garden mainly in lawn with low maintenance rockery and flower beds, pedestrian entrance with paving and a set of granite steps leading up to the hall door. There are also steps down to the garden level entrance with bin store area.
Sandymount is steeped in history with James Joyce residing in the house over 100 years ago. Number 35 enjoys an enviable location beside Sandymount village and the beach, the property benefits from one of Dublin's most popular and convenient locations with an excellent choice of amenities within walking distance. Some of the amenities include the excellent boutiques, shops, and restaurants of Sandymount village, Sandymount strand, The Aviva Stadium and Sandymount DART station. Many of Dublin's commercial centres such as the IFSC and South Dock IT hub are within easy reach and the property also benefits from being within a 15 minutes' drive of Dublin Airport via the Port Tunnel. Some of Dublin's finest primary and secondary schools are close by, to include: Star of the Sea, St. Matthews National School, Sandymount Park, Educate Together and Scoil Mhuire Lakelands Girls National School. Secondary schools include: St. Michaels, The Teresian and Blackrock College to name but a few. The property is also convenient to University College Dublin and Trinity College. There are an abundance of sports clubs and gyms close by including Railway Union Sports Club and Westwood Gym. St Vincent's (Private & Public), Holles Street and Saint James Hospitals are all within a short drive.
Viewing of this most impressive period residence is highly recommended.
- Hall Floor
- Entrance Porch (1.75m x 1.05m )
with marble floor and door leading to:
- Reception Hall (10.00m x 1.75m )
with high ceiling, ornate stain glass led lighted fan light over hall door, ornate ceiling cornicing, centre rose and marble floor.
- Drawing (Front) (4.85m x 4.85m )
with attractive period marble fireplace, with cast iron floral tiled inset and gas fire and slate hearth. High ceiling with ornate ceiling coving, centre rose, window shutters, polished timber flooring, double doors through to the:
- Dining Room (4.75m x 4.75m )
with attractive black marble fireplace with cast iron inset, slate hearth, high ceilings with ceiling coving, centre rose and polished timber flooring.
- Hall Floor Return
- Bedroom 3 (3.60m x 3.05m )
with fitted wardrobes and with:
- Lobby Area (1.30m x 1.25m )
- Ensuite Shower Room (1.70m x 1.65m )
with vanity wash hand basin with press beneath, wc and power shower, recessed downlighting, tiled walls and floors, lighted mirror over wash hand basin.
- First Floor Return
- Shower Room (1.85m x 1.35m )
with vanity wash hand basin, press beneath, wc, corner power shower, tiled walls/floors, heated towel rail, recessed downlighting.
- Study/Home Office (3.40m x 2.25m )
with fitted shelving, solid oak timber flooring, recessed down lighting, sliding patio door leading out to a:
- Balcony (3.30m x 1.30m )
- First Floor
- Main Bedroom/Bedroom 1 (6.80m x 4.80m )
to the front, spanning the width of the house, with two sets of fitted wardrobes.
- Ensuite (2.10m x 1.25m )
with vanity wash hand basin, mirror cabinet, tiled walls/floors, presses beneath, wc, corner power shower and heated towel rail.
- Walk in Wardrobe (2.35m x 1.35m )
with deluxe roof light and recessed downlighting
- Bedroom 2 (4.65m x 3.30m )
with fitted wardrobes, ceiling coving and window shutters.
- Garden Level (Front)
separate entrance, under steps storage which houses the gas fired central heating boiler.
- Entrance Hall (1.55m x 1.30m )
with marble tiled floor arched through to the:
- Utility/ Boot Room (3.15m x 1.60m )
with plumbing for washing machine/dryer, with marble tiled floor, fitted wall and floor press units and hot press with dual immersion. Door into:
- Inner Hallway (6.20m x 1.60m )
with marble tiled floor.
- Family/TV Room (4.65m x 4.50m )
with attractive marble fireplace, gas fired inset and marble hearth, picture window overlooking the front with window shutters, recessed downlighting, fitted study/desk with shelving above and hatch to:
- Kitchen/ Breakfast Room (4.65m x 4.50m )
fitted with an excellent range of painted presses and floor units, five ring Idle range, with extractor over, integrated refuse, dishwasher, single drainer sink unit, Fisher & Paykel fridge/freezer, recessed downlighting, marble tiled floor and double-glazed doors leading through to a:
- Sunroom/Conservatory (5.05m x 3.40m )
with marble tiled floor and sliding patio door leading out to the rear garden.
- Downstairs WC
with wash hand basin, wc, tiled floor
- Guest Bedroom/ Bedroom 4 (5.00m x 3.10m )
with fitted wardrobes, study desk, window seat overlooking the rear garden.
FeaturesVery fine Victorian residence in excellent decorative order.
Many period features including: marble fireplaces, ornate ceiling cornicing and window shutters.
BER Rating: C2
Gas fired central heating.
Study/Home Office with balcony.
Sunny south-westerly rear garden with rear access and off street car parking.
Four double bedrooms - master bedroom with walk in wardrobe and ensuite.
Excellent location close to Sandymount village, the Dart and opposite Sandymount stand.
Magnificent sea views as far out to Howth Head.
Floor area approximately 275 sq. m (2,960 sq. ft).
Sandymount offers some excellent restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, doctors and many other amenities.