DescriptionMoovingo is delighted to present a rare opportunity to acquire a truly charming two bedroom terraced Victorian home with shared garden in this much sought after location in the city centre. Whilst a candidate for some modernisation and upgrading over time, this cosy home has been lovingly maintained by its current owner over the last 19 years and is presented in turnkey condition.
This superb property is exceptionally well-proportioned and laid out. Downstairs comprises an entrance hallway with generous under-stairs storage, a spacious living/dining room and kitchen; and upstairs comprises two bright double bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath/shower, WHB and WC. Both bedrooms are complete with sizeable built-in wardrobes and storage spaces.
The shared large west-facing rear garden is an enviable addition to the property, a unique find in the city centre.
Viewing is highly recommended as this is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a home oozing with charm, character and history, and with every possible amenity on your doorstep.
Kitchen: 4.1m x 1.5m
Stylish fitted kitchen with ample counter space and wall / floor units, electric hob and oven, washing machine and fridge freezer. Flooded with natural light from windows on two walls and partially glazed Apeer composite door to the rear leading to the charming walled garden.
Living / dining room: 4.1m x 3.9m
A large airy, welcoming room with window to the front and bespoke glass doors leading to kitchen and hallway. The living area features a beautifully tiled cast iron fireplace, wooden flooring and dimmer light fitting.
Master bedroom: 3.9m x 3.3m
Large double bedroom with two sizeable built-in wardrobes, including hot press. Dimmer light fitting. Carpeted flooring. Window to the front.
Bedroom 2: 3.0m x 2.3m
Smaller double bedroom with large built-in wardrobe and storage cupboard. Window to front. Solid wood flooring.
Family bathroom: 2.1m x 1.5m
With solid wood floor, partially tiled wall, bath with Triton electric shower, wash hand basin and WC. Window with opaque glazing to the rear.
Featuring a contemporary Apeer composite front door, generous under-stairs storage area, tiled flooring, carpeted stairway and a landing window flooding the hallway with light.
Shared garden: 15.5m x 4.5m
The large west facing rear garden is a real sun-trap and features an attractive stone wall, various flower beds / raised beds, outdoor tap and upper area with clothes line.
5 Hanover Square has historical relevance being the childhood home of Easter 1916 Martyr Councillor Richard O'Carroll who died for his country when he was tragically shot during the week of the 1916 Rising at the age of 39. Richard O’Carroll was considered a true working class hero; he was a founding member of the Labour Party; a trade union activist and political activist. He was survived by his wife Annie and their 7 children.
The location is unrivalled nestled between Christchurch and The Liberties. St Patricks Cathedral & Park, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublinia and Dublin Castle are all on your doorstep. The Guinness Storehouse, Teelings Whiskey Distillery and all city centre attractions, parks, shops, bars, restaurants etc. are a mere stroll away. A range of central bus routes are available on Patrick Street and both Luas lines are within walking distance, as are a selection of DublinBikes hubs.
FeaturesIncredible City Centre Location
Charming Shared Garden
Contemporary 'Apeer' Front Door
Gas Fired Central Heating
New Combi Gas Boiler | Installed 18m Ago
Generous Storage Space Throughout The Property
Attic Recently Insulated
Pull Down Attic Ladder
Solid Wood Flooring
Qualifies For 4 x DCC Parking Permits
Red & Green Luas Lines | 10 Min Walk
BER DetailsBER: F BER No.112 726 559 Energy Performance Indicator:415.79 kWh/m²/yr