Magnificently transformed and extended to the highest specification, No. 42 has been skillfully refurbished and upgraded from top to toe. With great sensitivity, flair and imagination, an attractive home has been refurbished to exacting standards and combines the best of contemporary design and high quality finish with exceptional attention to detail. There is gas fired central heating throughout and the house now provides an impressive energy rating of B3, which is superb for a house of this era.
On entering the house through the original hall door with attractive stained glass, the quality of the accommodation that lies within is immediately evident. The light filled rooms which perfectly combines period elegance with contemporary design comprises entrance hall with guest wc and utility closet. There is also generous understairs storage. The sitting room to the front of the house has a beautiful marble fireplace with gas fire and a bay window overlooks the front garden. Sliding doors with stained glass lead to the modern kitchen with a bespoke range of wall and floor units featuring a range of high quality Neff integrated appliances and a breakfast bar. This is turn leads to the modern split level extension with a generous dining area, play / study area and steps down to a cosy living room overlooking the rear garden. Double doors lead to a private decked area which is ideal for 'al fresco' dining. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a luxuriously appointed bathroom. The attic has also been converted into a large room with generous eaves storage and two large Velux roof lights flood the room with natural light.
Enjoying an enviable location beside the 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. Just some of the amenities include the excellent boutiques, shops and restaurants in Sandymount Village, numerous schools, Sandymount Strand, Aviva stadium and Sandymount Dart Station. Many of Dublin's commercial centres such as the I.F.S.C. and South Docks I. ...