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€495,000

6 Brighton Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3

2 beds 1 bath 74.97m 2Energy RatingEnd of Terrace House Refreshed on Nov 19, 2020
Lisney Howth Road
Lisney Howth Road
Tel: 01 853 6016
PSRA Licence No. 001848
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Description

6 Brighton Avenue, Clontarf is a deceptively spacious 2-bedroom end terrace period house positioned in a tranquil cul-de-sac setting between the Howth Road and Malahide Road. This charming light filled home has recently been renovated throughout resulting in a chic and stylish home with the comforts of a modern home combined with the period character of yesteryear. Beyond the railed front garden and behind the full red brick façade, an elegant hallway with victorian style tiled floor, panelling and ornate coving, leads to two interconnecting reception rooms and in turn a kitchen breakfast room. The living room has a solid limed oak herringbone flooring, picture rail, ceiling coving, newly replaced sliding sash double glazed windows with attractive cast iron fireplace with slate hearth, built in cabinetry and shelving. An open arch leads to a dining room with a picture rail, attractive herringbone solid limed oak timber flooring and a picture window overlooking the west facing landscaped rear garden. The kitchen is bright and fitted with a range of overhead presses and drawer units, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, dishwasher, free standing oven with four ring gas hob and extractor over, windows overlooking side, tiled splashback and tiled floor. There is an invaluable utility room with a door leading to the split level garden with gravel and barbeque area, raised flower beds and to the rear there is a stepped garden with artificial lawn area, built in seating and attractive flower beds with pedestrian rear access. At first floor return level there is a newly renovated bathroom with pedestal wash hand basin, roll top bath, WC, corner shower, marble tiled floor and part tiled walls and part timber panelling, attractive Victorian towel rail and radiator, two Velux roof lights and window overlooking rear. There are two double bedrooms at first floor level. The master bedroom boasts exposed feature brick wall, cast iron fireplace, sliding sash windows to the front, range of built in fitted wardrobes and ceiling hanging feature lights. The second bedroom has a cast iron fireplace with slate heath and picture window overlooking rear. Tucked away in a quiet cul de sac, this very fine property has many original features intact including original fireplaces and ceiling coving. The property is sure to appeal to first time buyers, investors and parties looking to down size and remain in this popular and most convenient location. The local area boasts a host of excellent amenities and services including excellent schools, shops, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants. There are recreational and sports amenities in the immediate vicinity with Westwood sports club, Fairview Park and Crescent Park all less than a 5-minute walk from the front door. Numerous bus routes pass on the Howth road and Malahide road and Clontarf Dart station and seafront promenade are within 5 mins walk. Dublin city centre is a close 2 kms distance away. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this charming turn-key home.

Rooms

Entrance Hall: - 1.40m x 1.15m with very fine timber panelling, ceiling coving, attractive tiled floor and door leading to Living Room: - 3.30m x 3.00m with solid limed oak herringbone flooring, picture rail, ceiling coving, newly replaced sliding sash double glazed windows with attractive cast iron fireplace with slate hearth, built in cabinetry and shelving. Open arch leading to the Dining Room: - 3.35m x 3.40m with picture window overlooking rear, picture rail and attractive herringbone solid limed oak timber flooring. Under Stairs Storage Cupboard and open arch leading to Kitchen: - 4.45m x 2.35m Fitted with a range of overhead presses and drawer units, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, dishwasher, free standing oven with four ring gas hob and extractor over, windows overlooking side, tiled splashback and tiled floor. Door leading to Utility Room: - 1.65m x 2.20m which houses the fridge/freezer, plumbed for washing machine, dryer, overhead press units, tiled floor, tiled splashback and door to rear garden. Upstairs: - Attractive staircase leading to the return where we have a magnificent bathroom. Bathroom: - 2.70m x 2.40m with pedestal wash hand basin, roll top bath, WC, corner shower, marble tiled floor and part tiled walls and timber panelling, attractive Victorian style towel rail and radiator, two Velux roof lights and window overlooking rear. First Floor: - Landing: - with attractive timber panelling, large Velux roof light. Bedroom 1: - 3.20m x 4.15m Main bedroom with exposed feature brick wall, cast iron fireplace, sliding sash windows to the front, range of built in fitted wardrobes and ceiling hanging feature lights. Bedroom 2: - 2.65m x 3.35m to the rear with cast iron fireplace with slate heath and picture window overlooking rear.

Features

Quiet cul de sac setting West facing rear garden with rear access Railed front garden Recently fully refurbished to include new insulation Beautiful new bathroom Double glazed windows Magnificent herringbone solid timber flooring Excellent location within close proximity to the seafront, DART and Dublin City Centre Total floor area approx. 75 sq.m (807 sq.ft)

BER Details

BER: D2 110234788

Negotiator Details

Eoin O'Toole
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