Number 51 Mount Pleasant Square is gracious double fronted period home, dating from the early 1800's located on Mount Pleasant Square which is justifiably regarded as one of the most beautiful Georgian squares in Dublin.
Purchased requiring refurbishment by the current owner, the property has been truly transformed resulting in light filled, sleek and stylish interiors set behind the original faÃ§ade of this Georgian period property. The most versatile of interiors affords the discerning purchaser a myriad of options and additional potential for rental income if required. The main reception room at hall level enjoys a dual aspect with views to the front overlooking the square and of the town garden to the rear. Off the hall, the upgraded kitchen/ breakfast room is a chic and contemporary space with bespoke Bulthaup fitted kitchen with a range of integrated Siemens appliances. Off the kitchen area there is a dining room flooded with natural light from the sky windows and glazed sliding doors to the westerly facing sun terrace, ideal for al fresco dining. Elsewhere, the spacious accommodation briefly comprises two large, dual aspect double bedrooms upstairs which interconnect to a large bathroom which could accommodate 2 ensuites as an alternative. Downstairs there is further accommodation comprising of a double bedroom ensuite and existing self-contained unit. The existing layout of the unit with double bedroom, shower room, living room and galley kitchen off would lend itself perfectly for rental if required. Alternatively, the discerning purchaser could reconfigure this area to create a substantial family home. There is access from this level to the low maintenance rear courtyard garden which offers exceptional privacy.
Steeped in history, the square's development commenced in the early part of the 19th century and was completed by 1830. Its tree lined central green, once for the exclusive use of the square's residents, now hosts Mountpleasant Lawn Tennis Club. The house benefits from a great sense of seclusion and privacy being tucked away off Ranel ...