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IrelandDublinDublin CountyDun Laoghaire7 Crofton Terrace, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

€1,250,000

7 Crofton Terrace, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

5 beds 4 baths 340.02m 2End of Terrace House Refreshed on Nov 19, 2019
#35 of 86 Properties Viewed in Dun Laoghaire
Lisney (Dun Laoghaire)
Lisney (Dun Laoghaire)
Tel: 01 280 6820
PSRA Licence No. 001848
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Description

A truly outstanding aesthetically pleasing end of terrace period family home full of charm, distinction and character boasting generously proportioned well maintained accommodation whilst retaining all the period embellishments of the Georgian era. This delightful home enjoys an unrivalled position on this seafront road overlooking Dun Laoghaire Marina, Dublin Bay across to Howth. The property further benefits from a sunny south facing rear garden with pedestrian side access. 7 Crofton Terrace is approached by a railed front garden laid out in decorative stone with mature shrubbery, planting and trees with granite steps leading to the front. Internally the bright and spacious elegantly proportioned accommodation extends to an impressive 340sq.m (3,660 sq.ft) over three levels and briefly comprises an entrance lobby with glazed stripped oak doors opening into a welcoming reception hall off which is a stunning drawing/dining room with ornate ceiling coving and ceiling rose and dual sliding sash windows overlooking the West Pier Coal Harbour across Dublin Bay to Howth. A sitting room to the rear also avails of the dual sliding sash windows with this room flooded in light from the southerly aspect. On the hall return is a very well fitted kitchen with steps leading to a breakfast room. These rooms both overlook the rear garden and a guest w.c. completes the accommodation at this level. Upstairs there are five well-proportioned bedrooms, a family bathroom, a shower room and w.c. The basement level extending to approximately 100sq.m (1,076 sq.ft) is currently laid out as a recording studio and offers huge scope to a discerning purchaser to reinstate into reception accommodation or alternatively create a separate apartment or au pairs quarters. The private rear garden is a particular feature of this family home with its enviable southerly aspect measuring approximately 17m (56ft) in length and is laid out in patio over two levels bordered by mature shrubbery, trees and planting with access to the gas boiler house, outside socket and tap. The location of Crofton Terrace needs little introduction being positioned on Dun Laoghaire seafront in the heart of the town. It is within a short stroll of the excellent shopping facilities, cafes, bars and restaurants along with pleasant tranquil walks along the promenade by the Lexicon Library to the People's Park with its Sunday Farmer's Market as well as Monkstown Village with its boutique style shops, cafes and some of the finest restaurants in South County Dublin including Salt at Avoca, Bresson and Elephant & Castle. There is a host of primary and secondary schools surrounding the property and the DART and bus are located just opposite. Recreation and leisure facilities are superb and include rugby, football, GAA, hockey and tennis clubs. The four yacht clubs and marina at Dun Laoghaire Harbour with its two excellent piers will be of major interest to the marine, bathing and sailing enthusiasts.

Rooms

Entrance Lobby - 2.3m x 1.8m with ceiling coving, fan light over the hall door, tiled floor, digital security alarm unit and a glazed stripped pine door leads through to the Reception Hall - 2.3m x 7.3m with arched inner hall, ceiling coving, original solid timber floorboards and a stripped pine door leads through to the Drawing/Dining Room - 4.7m x 7.8m with wide plank solid timber floor, ceiling coving, ornate ceiling rose, twin sliding stripped sliding sash windows with shutters intact looking front over Irish Lights building, coast guard cottages, the west pier, the coal harbour and out to Dublin Bay and a very fine period marble fireplace with open fire, marble hearth and inset Sitting Room - 4.4m x 7.8m ") with ceiling coving, ornate ceiling rose, open marble fireplace with tiled inset, brass hood and tiled hearth and twin multi-paned sliding sash double glazed windows with shutters intact overlooking the sunny south facing rear garden Inner Lobby - 3.1m x 2.2m with tiled floor, door out to the rear and door to Guest W.C. - with tiled floor, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., fully tiled walls, fitted mirror and medicine cabinet Kitchen - 3.2m x 3.9m with part glazed stripped pine door opening in, is fitted with a range of maple press units, drawers, polished granite worktop, display cabinets, single bowl sink unit set into the granite top, Belling standalone farmhouse cooker with six ring gas hob, double oven, grill and plate warmer, tiled splashback, timber panelled ceiling, recessed lighting, Samsung American style fridge/freezer, pull out pantry units either side and opening with steps down to the Breakfast Room - 2.8m x 5.0m with attractive vaulted timber panelled ceiling with recessed lighting, feature arch window looking rear, double folding double glazed French doors opening out to the garden, digital controls for heating and water and climote control feature and telephone point First Floor Return - Separate W.C. - Shower Room - with step in tiled Triton T90Z electric shower, wash hand basin, recessed lighting and extractor fan Bedroom 4 - 3.3m x 4.7m with vaulted ceiling and dual aspect windows one being a bay with very attractive outlook over the Irish Lights building, the marina and the harbour mouth First Floor - Landing - with large Velux skylight, wide plank original timber floorboards, ceiling coving, hatch to attic space and ceiling coving Master Bedroom - 4.6m x 4.8m with wide plank original polished timber floor, a range of built in wardrobes with mirrored fronts and cupboards over and sliding sash window with shutters intact looking out over the Irish Lights building, the coast guard cottages and Pigeon House chimneys right across to Howth Bedroom 2 - 4.4m x 4.2m with ceiling coving, corner wash hand basin set into vanity unit with cupboards under, fitted mirror over, shaving socket and light and double glazed sliding sash picture window overlooking the sunny rear garden Bedroom 3 - 3.4m x 3.0m with stripped pine door, ceiling coving, corner wash hand basin set into vanity unit with cupboards under, fitted mirror over, shaving socket and light and double glazed sliding sash window overlooking the garden Family Bathroom - with cast iron bath with antique style fittings incorporating a telephone shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., fully tiled walls, tiled floor, sash window looking up front with views out across to Howth, medicine cabinet, ceiling coving and hatch to roof space Bedroom 5 - 3.2m x 3.3m with sliding sash window with shutters intact and views out across to Howth and ceiling coving Basement Level - Reception Hall - 2.1m x 7.2m with tiled floor, built in shelving, electric fuse board and access to Understairs Store - 2.1m x 4.0m with chequered tiled floor W.C. - Utility - with single drainer stainless steel sink unit set into worktop, is plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer, lighting and shelved hot press Studio Area - 4.2m x 7.3m with glazed door opening in, tiled floor, timber floor, recessed lighting and door to Gym - with double glazed door out to the rear lower patio Sound Room - with double folding doors opening into the rear patio and a very attractive exposed brick fireplace with granite and timber mantle Studio - 4.2m x 7.3m with sliding double glazed door opening in, built in storage either side of the fireplace with solid fuel burning stove set in, solid maple floor, twin windows looking front and recessed lighting

Features

Highly regarded prestigious residential address Period embellishments of the era beautifully maintained and intact Spacious generously proportioned accommodation extending to approximately 340sq.m (3,660sq.ft) Sunny South facing private rear garden measuring approximately 17m (56ft) in length Stunning views over Dun Laoghaire Bay to Howth Close to all the excellent amenities and facilities in Dun Laoghaire Town Centre and Monkstown Village DART and regular bus service to include the 46A on the doorstep Pleasant tranquil walks along the seafront and the two piers Gas fired central heating

Outside

7 Crofton Terrace is approached by a railed front garden laid out in decorative stone with mature planting, shrubbery and trees with granite steps leading to the front door. Side access off Stable Lane opens into the rear garden with its enviable southerly aspect. This garden is immensely private not overlooked and is laid out in patio over two levels all bordered by mature shrubbery, trees and planting and measures approximately 17m (56ft) in length.

Negotiator Details

Colm Quaid
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