Welcome to 4 Belgrave Square - an impressive 2 storey over garden level Victorian house of considerable charm and architectural merit, which is superbly positioned overlooking picturesque Belgrave Square in the heart of Dublin 6.
Dating from the 1870s, No.4 has been sympathetically renovated and refurbished with great attention to detail. It is rich in many original period features to include handsome marble fireplaces, intricate and ornate plasterwork, attractive architraving and sash windows with working shutters to name but a few. The accommodation within is well appointed over three levels and configured with practical family-living in mind. Three reception rooms, a bright country-style kitchen/breakfast room - evidently the heart of this wonderful home - are complemented by four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest w.c.. The main bedroom is particularly impressive spanning the full width of the property, displaying what is truly special about the Victorian era and enjoying picturesque views over Belgrave Square. There is valuable off-street parking to the front for 2 cars and an east-facing, sizeable, low-maintenance garden to the rear.
Superbly located, this fine residence enjoys all the amenities of Rathmines and Ranelagh, literally on its doorstep. Local shopping is well catered for with the Swan Shopping Centre a few minutes away. A choice of two cinemas are available - the refurbished Stella and Omniplex. Leisure facilities are close to hand at Swan Leisure. Some of Dublin's best senior and junior schools are nearby to include St Mary's College, Alexandra College, Kildare Place, Scoil BhrÃde, LÃos na NÃ“g, Ranelagh Multi-denominational, Sandford Park, Gonzaga etc. The city centre is within a few minutes walking distance of the property. The Ranelagh Luas stop is within five minutes as are nearby coffee houses, eateries, shops and supermarkets as well as parks and sports' clubs.
Viewing of this fine home is recommended.
Hall Level Approached via a gentle flight of granite steps
Entrance Hall Fanlight, ornate cornicing ...