Finnegan Menton presents this wonderful 2 bedroom mid terrace period home extending to c.100sq.m. / 1,076sq.ft. with an additional attic storage of 8sq.m. / 86sq.ft. The property has a full redbrick exterior to the front and a south westerly facing rear patio area and is in exceptional walk in condition. Tritonville Avenue is in a great location in Sandymount being conveniently located in a small cul-de-sac just off Cranfield Place and only 2 minutes walk to the sea at Sandymount Strand close to Irishtown Nature Park, Sandymount Village and Sean Moore Park. This wonderful bright Victorian terraced house was built in 1905 and fully renovated to a very high quality of workmanship in 2012.
Tritonville Avenue is mentioned in James Joyce's masterpiece Ulysses "Past the Presbyterian Church grounds and along by shady Tritonville Avenue where the couples walked and lighting the lamp near her window where Reggy Wylie used to turn his freewheel".
Accommodation includes entrance hall, living room, dining room and kitchen / breakfast area, utility & guest wc on the ground floor, two bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor and an attic area and ensuite.
Viewing Highly Recommended.
4 Tritonville Avenue is a red brick terrace home tucked away off Cranfield Place. The property is located within a 1 minute stroll of the sea at Sandymount Strand while Sandymount Village and its picturesque Green are also close by.
The RDS, Lansdowne and Sandymout DART Stations are within a short walk as is the Aviva Stadium. The heart of Dublin's Business district including St. Stephen's Green and Merrion Square and Ballsbridge are within minutes drive. Also with close proximity (10 minute walk) to Grand Canal Dock area.
South westerly facing patio, double doors from kitchen and sliding door from dining room make this outside space very inviting, outside tap and double plug sockets.
Entrance Hall: c.4.52 x c.1.19m
High ceiling, coving & centre rose, light fitting included, fu ...