DescriptionNumber 48 Edenvale Road is a most impressive red brick period property, full of charm and character, ideally positioned on this most convenient residential location. This bright and inviting home requires upgrading and modernisation but it retains many of its period features and offers a blank canvas for those seeking to purchase a family home of well-proportioned accommodation in one of Dublin's most sought-after suburbs.
Internally the well-proportioned accommodation extends to approx. 150 sq.m. / 1,614sq.ft. and comprises at ground floor level an enclosed tiled entrance porch, entrance hallway with original period coving and arches leading to interconnecting reception rooms. The drawing room captures an abundance of light through its feature bay window and enjoys many period features including high ceilings, original open fireplace and coving. Original connecting double doors link to the dining room with matching open fireplace and sash style window overlooking rear garden. A kitchen and separate breakfast room, guest wc and shower room are located to the rear of the property. Upstairs there are four good sized bedrooms. The original main bedroom is currently divided into a bedsit layout and spans the width of the house. A bathroom completes the accommodation on this level.
Prime residential location, with easy access afforded to all the amenities that Dunville Avenue and Ranelagh has to offer to include delicatessens, boutique shops, food stores, cafes and restaurants, Beechwood community centre and Church to name but a few. The villages of Donnybrook and Rathmines are also within a leisurely stroll. The Luas at Beechwood provides ease of access to the St Stephen's Green, Dundrum Town Centre and beyond. Some of Dublin's best junior and senior schools to include Scoil Bride, Ranelagh multi-denominational, Gonzaga College, Sandford Park, Sandford National School and Muckross Park, Alexandra College, St Mary's College are within easy walking distance. Parklands include Palmerston park and Ranelagh park are also nearby.
AccommodationEntrance Porch enclosed windbreaker porch with glazed patio doors.
Hall with period features including coving, centre rose, decorative arches. With large walking under stairs storage. Access to rear garden.
Interconnecting Reception Rooms
Living Room 3.77m x 4.15m. bright room with attractive bay window with large sash style windows, coving with centre rose. Original feature open fireplace with marble effect mantlepiece and cast-iron fireplace and tiled inset.
Dining Room 3.69m x 4.02m. overlooking rear garden, coving, centre rose, original open fireplace with cast iron hood and inset and tiled surround.
Breakfast Room 3.11m x 2.48m. with fitted carpet and alcove fitted cupboard.
Kitchen 2.59m x 3.40m. with eye and base units with stainless steel sink unit.
Upstairs large landing with high ceilings and attractive feature stained glass window.
Bedroom 1 3.98m x 5.81m. large room spanning width of house, currently divided by a partition wall with two sash style windows, original decorative fireplace detailed engraved mantlepiece. Base unit with stainless steel sink unit.
Bedroom 2 3.91m x 4.01m. double room with sash style window overlooking rear garden. Base unit with stainless steel sink unit. Decorative fireplace with cast iron mantle and tiled inset.
Bedroom 3 2.79m x 2.31m. single room
Bedroom 4 2.71m x 3.41m. small double room overlooking rear garden with cat iron fireplace.
Outside to the front there is a neat front garden set behind wrought iron railings. A convenient side passage leads to the rear garden. To the rear there is an east facing garden laid out in paving for low maintenance with a block built store and boiler house.
BER DetailsBER: F
BER No: 112901582
Performance Indicator: 380.65kWh/m2/yr
Viewing InformationOpen View Saturday 22nd February 11:30-12:30pm or by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh on 01 4969909