A most impressive, end of terrace period property enjoying surprisingly spacious, well-proportioned accommodation and vehicular rear access, providing important off-street car parking. The property is further enhanced by a highly sought-after and convenient location, a short walk from Ballsbridge village, Sandymount Dart station and the city centre.
No. 55 is a very fine Edwardian property, built circa 1900. The property is slightly wider than the other two houses in the terrace and accordingly benefits from surprisingly spacious accommodation, including two impressive interconnecting reception rooms, kitchen, breakfast room, garden room, four bedrooms and bathroom.
The property has been well maintained over the years and provides huge potential for creative updating, giving the new owner the opportunity to use their flair and imagination to create a very special, period property.
Serpentine Avenue is a highly regarded and much sought after location in Ballsbridge, within easy walking distance of both Ballsbridge and Sandymount villages, which provide a wide range of up-market shopping facilities. This is a deservedly popular residential location due to its close proximity to the wonderful marine amenities along Sandymount Strand, and yet easily accessible to all the amenities that Dublin city centre has to offer. The property is also within easy walk of the Sandymount Dart station.
The front garden is walled and hedged, laid out largely in lawn with shrubs and bushes, and door to storeroom 5.30m x 2.95m (17'5" x 9'8") with door to rear garden.
The rear garden enjoys a south-easterly aspect and is largely laid out in mature shrubs, bushes and mature plants. The side garden e ...