DescriptionA splendid Edwardian family home on one of Clontarf’s finest Roads.
Overlooking a traditional red brick streetscape with mature trees to compliment the attractive period architecture, this front aspect is suitably quiet and sylvan.
The location is genuinely central, being merely 1.5 miles from the city centre. This, coupled with the particular charm of Hollybrook Road ensures the enjoyment of both the convenience and elusive elegance of city living.
Despite its substantial size, this is a comfortable family home. Its genuine warmth of character is complimented by high ceilings and many original features which delight the eye at every turn.
Off the wide reception hall are the interconnecting living room and the original formal dining room, creating a large dual aspect space. Original fireplaces are centred in each room and a fine bay window fills this living space with natural light.
This area is cleverly linked to the slightly lower ground floor at the rear. Here, a tastefully designed open plan extension spans the entire width of the house. It incorporates a double sized AGA cooker, integrated appliances and a fine sized island unit, leading to a separate spacious utility room.
The high vaulted ceiling features glazed panels above the open plan Kitchen, living and dining space. The Glazed panels overlooking the garden create both a sunny informal room for daytime living and an impressive atmospheric space for evening entertaining.
The extensive Accommodation briefly comprises of a porch and hallway leading to two interconnected reception rooms. To the rear an extended kitchen, breakfast , living room and a separate utility room. There is a WC off the hallway. Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom. On the second floor there is a fourth bedroom with an en-suite and on the third floor a large attic room.
Outside, a side entrance offers convenient access for bicycles and bin storage while the rear garden enjoys vehicular rear access. The private rear garden has a good sized lawn area fitted with artificial lawn and a garden shed. It is walled on either side and has a large patio ideal for outside dining which is finished with neat paving stones.
The stylishly decorated interior is finished to an uncommonly high standard throughout making this a very rare and special opportunity to acquire a home which combines all of the historic allure of a genuine period residence with all modern comforts in a central location.
Entrance Hall - 8.52m x 1.94m
Guest WC -
Front Reception Room - 5.01m x 4.37m
Dining Room - 4.57m x 4.25m
Kitchen/Living/Breakfast Room - 11.0m x 5.95m
Utility Room - 3.25m x 2.33m
First Floor Return -
Bathroom - 2.25m x 1.83m
Bedroom 3 - 3.66m x 3.87m
First Floor Landing - 7.5m x 2.12m
Bedroom 1 - 5.24m x 4.01m
Bedroom 2 - 4.7m x 4.22m
Shower Room - 3.37m x 2.12m
Second Floor -
Bedroom 4 - 4.87m x 3.87m
Ensuite - 1.81m x 1.92m
Attic Room - 4.3m x 3.92m
FeaturesArchitect designed extension (Tyler Owens)
Extended and renovated period house
Rear garden with artificial lawn and garden shed
Underfloor heating in extension
Period fireplaces throughout
Minutes walk from seafront promenade and Dart station
Double dual fuel Aga Cooker
Gas fired central heating with new boiler