DescriptionNo.67 is an imposing 4 bedroom semi detached Victorian residence attractively positioned on this quiet and highly regarded residential road within minutes’ walk of Ranelagh Village.
The Church of the Holy Name provides a distinguishing and tranquil backdrop, and furthermore, No 67 benefits from an ideal positioning on the road whereby it is not over-looked from the front. Behind its attractive redbrick, bay-windowed façade, this property retains much of its period elegance. Boasting a west facing rear and a south facing return that captures the sun from early afternoon through to sunset, it presents a perfect blank canvass from which the purchaser can create a contemporary light filled family home of distinction, fused with the elegance of a by-gone era.
The well-proportioned accommodation extends to 155 sqm / 1,670 sqft approx. and laid out over two floors, it comprises an entrance hall, imposing interconnecting reception rooms and a kitchen /breakfast room with scullery / WC off. Upstairs, there is an imposing master bedroom that spans the width of the house, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. A walled westerly facing rear garden and covered pedestrian side access complete the picture of this very attractive offering.
Located adjacent to all necessary amenities, the convenience of the location is second to none. Edenvale Road is superbly located within strolling distance of the wide variety of specialty shops, restaurants and café bars available at Dunville Avenue and Ranelagh Village. There is a choice of excellent Junior and Senior schools close by including St. Mary's, Sandford National, Muckross and Gonzaga to mention but a few.
The LUAS at Beechwood is at the bottom of the road, there are excellent bus routes running through the village and to underscore the sheer convenience of the location, St Stephen’s Green, Donnybrook, Ballsbridge together with Herbert Park are all within a leisurely stroll.
1.80m x 8.70m
4.00m x 4.75m (into Bay)
4.00m x 3.85m
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
3.65m x 4.00m
1.00m x 0.90m
6.00m x 3.95m
4.10m x 3.90m
2.40m x 1.60m
2.60m x 3.60m
3.60m x 2.45m
Features4 bedroom semi detached period home in need of modernisation
Attractively positioned on a quiet and highly regarded residential road
Within minutes’ walk of Dunville Avenue and Ranelagh Village
Short walk to the LUAS at Beechwood
Sunny west facing rear and south facing return that captures the sun from early afternoon
Attractive blank canvas with potential to extend (STPP)
Pedestrian side access and a good sized rear garden
High Ceilings and period features that include original fireplaces, panelled doors and joinery, cornice detail and stained glass
Ample residential disc parking
BER:E2, BER No:113428213, 345.7 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsTravelling through Ranelagh Village from the city centre, turn right at Ulster Bank onto Lower Beechwood Avenue. Proceed to the top of the road and turn left onto Beechwood Road. Edenvale Road is then the first turn right and No 67 is the last house on the right hand side.
OutsideThe Church of the Holy Name provides an attractive and tranquil backdrop and No 67 benefits from a positioning on the road whereby it is not over-looked from either front or rear.
There is a traditional railed garden to the front and a private walled garden to the rear. There is a covered pedestrian side access that can be used as storage space. There is ample residential disc parking to the front.
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