DescriptionWe are delighted to present for sale number 43 Montpelier Gardens, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7.
This three-bedroom home is ideally located in a mature, quiet setting. This charming mid-terrace home, which was built by the Dublin Artisan Dwelling Company in the late 1940’s, is in turnkey condition and has been in the same family for almost 45 years. The house has undergone some very recent upgrades and renovations while still retaining many original features including original fireplaces, hardwood flooring and internal doors.
The property extends to approx. 92 sq.m. The layout includes front and back gardens, entrance hall, sitting room, and a large kitchen and dining area as well as a downstairs WC. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, one single room and a family bathroom.
The location could not be better, as Montpelier Gardens enjoys a quiet and peaceful setting yet offers easy access to the city. Nearby public transport includes the LUAS tram to the city and docklands from Heuston Station. The airport bus and a host of bus routes are also on the doorstep, while the N3, N4, M50 roadways are just a short drive away. Outstanding national amenities and facilities are close by including the Phoenix Park with its 1,700 acres, Collins’ Barracks National Museum, Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), Lighthouse Cinema, TUD Grangegorman University Campus and many more.
As well as this number 43 sits right in the middle of a thriving local community in Stoneybatter which boasts many emerging as well as established locally owned businesses including cafes, bars, restaurants, fresh food markets and much more.
This central location easily allows for Sunday strolls around the People’s Gardens in the Phoenix Park, trips to the National Museum at Collins’ Barracks, visit to Dublin Zoo, brunch in Stoneybatter, drinks in Smithfield or walks along the River Liffey – all within easy walking distance.
A host of schools are within walking distance including primary and secondary level, co-ed, denominational and non-denominational and Irish language schools. Dublin 7 is home to some thirty schools in total. The new Technological University Dublin campus is minutes away on a brand new Grangegorman campus which incorporates lots of open spaces, a playground, playing pitches and a national school. Dublin City University, Trinity College Dublin and National University of Ireland, Maynooth can all be easily reached from local bus or LUAS stops.
Renovations, improvements and careful tending to means that number 43 has, in recent years, received a brand-new roof, double-glazing windows and doors, new bathrooms, attic insulation, new gutters, built-in wardrobes, a solid oak kitchen and more. This house has been a home to one family for decades and comes to the market loved, beautifully maintained and ready to begin its next chapter.
AccommodationHallway 3.3m x 1.8m. Bright entrance hallway with original hall door, solid timber floor (under new carpet), dado rails, ceiling covings and coat rail. There is a useful storage cupboard.
Living Room/Family Room 3.8m x 2.9m. Beautiful living room to the front of the house with an impressive original fireplace with tiled inset, polished wooden floor(under new laminate flooring), picture rails, covings and bright window aspect.
Kitchen/ Dining Room 3.7m x 3.1m. Large kitchen fitted with a great range of floor and wall units made of solid oak timber which can be easily upgraded. Gas cooker and gas fire ensure a cosy feeling in winter. There is plenty of room for a dining table and chairs thanks to the renovations which open up the space into a kitchen cum dining room. Built in utility press discreetly houses washer and dryer as well as containing additional storage. A double patio door leads to the garden.
Guest W.C. 2.1m x 0.8m. With W.C. and wash hand basin. Tiled floor and partly tiled walls. Bedroom 1 4.1m x 2.9m. Large double room to the front with the original fireplace with tiled inset, built in his and hers wardrobes, picture rails and large window flooding the room with light. Original floorboards still intact and accessible if desired.
Bedroom 2 3.5m x 3.2m. Double bedroom to the rear with original fireplace, picture rail and built in wardrobe. Original floorboards still intact and accessible if desired.
Bedroom 3 3m x 2.4m. Single room at the front with built in wardrobes. Perfect as kids room or large walk-in wardrobe or office space.
Bathroom 2.1m x 2.3m. Fully tiled with suite comprising W.C., wash hand basin, bath and shower cubicle with Triton electric shower.
Garden 5m x 6m. Large rear garden with new patio
FeaturesMature residential setting close to city centre and endless local amenities
Many original features include numerous fireplaces and original wooden floors
Gas fired central heating
Large rear garden with new patio, block walls and fencing
Floored attic with insulation suitable for conversion if desired. Built in stairs to attic.
New roof and gutters in 2020
Double glazing windows and doors throughout
Built-in wardrobes and storage throughout
Solid oak kitchen
Double shed in garden – block built, pebble dashed and slated, with electrical point
Monitored alarm installed
Rear private pedestrian laneway access
BER DetailsBER: E1 BER No.114431356 Energy Performance Indicator:300 kWh/m²/yr
Viewing DetailsViewings will be socially distant and by appointment only, so please call or text Joe on 0871941961 or email: 43MPGD7@gmail.com, if you would like to see number 43 for yourself.