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€1,300,000

7 Lower Albert Road, Sandycove, Co. Dublin

4 beds 3 baths 166m 2Energy RatingSemi-Detached House Refreshed on Sep 27, 2022
Eircode: A96X0Y7
Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Dalkey
Lisney Sotheby's International Realty Dalkey
Tel: 01 285 1005
PSRA Licence No. 001848
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Description

An instantly appealing and exceptionally attractive semi-detached period family home constructed in circa.1920 which has been fully renovated and tastefully maintained. It is a superb family residence and is presented in excellent decorative order throughout. The period features of the era such as the ceiling coving, timber floor boards, solid internal doors and fireplaces are intact and very well maintained whilst the kitchen is modernised yet in keeping with the style of the property. The property is bright, airy and well proportioned and extends to approximately 166sqm (1785sqft) and briefly comprises a welcoming entrance hall, two wonderful reception rooms, guest w.c. and a family bathroom. On the upsatairs return there is a double bedroom, a family bathroom and a separate shower room. Upstairs there are two further bedrooms with a staircase in the master bedroom leading up to the welcome addition of an excellent attic conversion which offers particularly fine views from the large velux windows. A particular feature of this quality family home is its extensive sunny west facing landscaped rear garden which measures an impressive 24m (80ft) in length with a generous gated side access, suntrap patios, a manicured lawn bordered by mature shrubbery and planting and a vehicular access onto the lane to the rear providing off street parking. The garden also incorporates a state of the art architecturally designed studio. Timber clad with large floor to ceiling windows the space is expansive and flooded with light. Along with a large living area the studio also features a kitchenette/utility room and a shower room. The property is perfect for those looking to spoil themselves with a home in one of Dublin's most desirable and sought after addresses with access to DART and bus services close by. Located within walking distance of the villages of Sandycove, Glasthule and Dalkey, the area boasts a wealth of amenities including some of South County Dublin's finest restaurants, bistros, shops and boutiques, friendly pubs, water sports, tennis clubs, golf clubs, rugby, football and GAA clubs and parks. Some of Dublin's most renowned primary and secondary schools are within easy reach. Strong historical heritage surrounds the wider Sandycove area including the Martello Tower at Sandycove Point, which featured in James Joyce's Ulysses and the medieval Dalkey Castle. The People's Park and the wonderful village of Glasthule with its famed seafront not to mention the beautiful scenic walks out over Killiney and Dalkey Hills as well as Dun Laoghaire Pier mean that the convenience and desirability of the location cannot be overstated. The four yacht clubs and extensive marina at Dun Laoghaire will be of major interest to the sailing and marine enthusiasts.

Accommodation

  • Reception Hall (5.40m x 1.40m ) with painted timber flooring, picture rail, enclosed fuse board, stained glass panels, ceiling coving
  • Living Room (4.60m x 4.40m ) with marble fireplace, tiled surround, granite hearth and open fire, bay window, picture rail and ceiling coving
  • Dining Room (4.00m x 3.20m ) with painted fireplace with slate hearth, copper flue & tiled surround, picture rail and ceiling coving
  • Hall Return with steps leading down and chequered tiled floor
  • Guest W.C. with tiled floor, w.c. and wash hand basin with tiled splashback
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (6.90m x 3.10m ) with terracotta quarry tiles, a range of fitted cupboards and overhead units, free standing Liebherr fridge/freezer, plumbed for washing machine, dishwasher, Belfast sink unit, stone worktop surface, electric Smeg oven with four ring gas hob, Potterton Profile gas fired central heating boiler (replaced two years ago), double doors out to the rear garden and single door out to the rear garden
  • First Floor Return
  • Bedroom 3 (3.50m x 3.20m ) with picture rail and painted mock cast iron fireplace with slate hearth
  • Bathroom with lino flooring, partially tiled walls, bath with telephone shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., heated towel rail and storage cupboard
  • Shower Room with step in tiled shower and heated towel rail
  • First Floor with Velux skylight to the landing
  • Bedroom 2 (4.10m x 3.20m ) with picture rail and painted cast iron open fireplace with tiled surround and slate hearth
  • Master Bedroom (5.90m x 4.00m ) with walk in wardrobe
  • Attic Conversion (5.50m x 3.60m ) with stairs leading up, Velux skylight and under eaves storage
  • Studio (6.50m x 3.40m ) (separately metered for the electricity but not for the gas central heating) with timber cladding outside, tiled floor, recessed lighting, large floor to ceiling window and sliding doors into a
  • Kitchenette (2.40m x 2.10m ) with sink with cupboard under, tiled splashback, plumbed for washing machine, small electric oven, two ring electric hob, heated towel rail, lino floor and door to
  • Shower Room (2.40m x 1.20m ) with lino flooring tiled walls, w.c., wash hand basin, large shower

Features

Generously proportioned superbly presented accommodation Highly regarded prestigious residential address Superbly landscaped sunny westerly rear garden measuring approx. 24m (80ft) in length with gated vehicular access Contemporary studio that can be used as guest accommodation, home office, den or art studio Floor area approx. 166sq.m (1785sq.ft) to include the studio but excluding attic Many period features of the era intact New Potterton Profile gas fired central heating boiler Fitted carpets, curtains and kitchen appliances included in the sale Double glazed windows and doors throughout Very convenient to the superb facilities at Sandycove, Glasthule and Dalkey Villages Pleasant walks by the seafront, Sandycove Harbour, The Forty Foot and James' Tower at Sandycove Point

BER Details

BER: E1 305.48

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Negotiator

Robyn Espey
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7 Lower Albert Road, Sandycove, Co. Dublin

€1,300,000

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Beds4 beds
Price€1,300,000
Property TypeSemi-Detached House
Size166 meters2
Energy RatingBER-E1
Refreshed onSep 27, 2022
EircodeA96X0Y7

Description

An instantly appealing and exceptionally attractive semi-detached period family home constructed in circa.1920 which has been fully renovated and tastefully maintained. It is a superb family residence and is presented in excellent decorative order throughout. The period features of the era such as the ceiling coving, timber floor boards, solid internal doors and fireplaces are intact and very well maintained whilst the kitchen is modernised yet in keeping with the style of the property. The property is bright, airy and well proportioned and extends to approximately 166sqm (1785sqft) and briefly comprises a welcoming entrance hall, two wonderful reception rooms, guest w.c. and a family bathroom. On the upsatairs return there is a double bedroom, a family bathroom and a separate shower room. Upstairs there are two further bedrooms with a staircase in the master bedroom leading up to the welcome addition of an excellent attic conversion which offers particularly fine views from the large velux windows. A particular feature of this quality family home is its extensive sunny west facing landscaped rear garden which measures an impressive 24m (80ft) in length with a generous gated side access, suntrap patios, a manicured lawn bordered by mature shrubbery and planting and a vehicular access onto the lane to the rear providing off street parking. The garden also incorporates a state of the art architecturally designed studio. Timber clad with large floor to ceiling windows the space is expansive and flooded with light. Along with a large living area the studio also features a kitchenette/utility room and a shower room. The property is perfect for those looking to spoil themselves with a home in one of Dublin's most desirable and sought after addresses with access to DART and bus services close by. Located within walking distance of the villages of Sandycove, Glasthule and Dalkey, the area boasts a wealth of amenities including some of South County Dublin's finest restaurants, bistros, shops and boutiques, friendly pubs, water sports, tennis clubs, golf clubs, rugby, football and GAA clubs and parks. Some of Dublin's most renowned primary and secondary schools are within easy reach. Strong historical heritage surrounds the wider Sandycove area including the Martello Tower at Sandycove Point, which featured in James Joyce's Ulysses and the medieval Dalkey Castle. The People's Park and the wonderful village of Glasthule with its famed seafront not to mention the beautiful scenic walks out over Killiney and Dalkey Hills as well as Dun Laoghaire Pier mean that the convenience and desirability of the location cannot be overstated. The four yacht clubs and extensive marina at Dun Laoghaire will be of major interest to the sailing and marine enthusiasts.

Accommodation

  • Reception Hall (5.40m x 1.40m ) with painted timber flooring, picture rail, enclosed fuse board, stained glass panels, ceiling coving
  • Living Room (4.60m x 4.40m ) with marble fireplace, tiled surround, granite hearth and open fire, bay window, picture rail and ceiling coving
  • Dining Room (4.00m x 3.20m ) with painted fireplace with slate hearth, copper flue & tiled surround, picture rail and ceiling coving
  • Hall Return with steps leading down and chequered tiled floor
  • Guest W.C. with tiled floor, w.c. and wash hand basin with tiled splashback
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (6.90m x 3.10m ) with terracotta quarry tiles, a range of fitted cupboards and overhead units, free standing Liebherr fridge/freezer, plumbed for washing machine, dishwasher, Belfast sink unit, stone worktop surface, electric Smeg oven with four ring gas hob, Potterton Profile gas fired central heating boiler (replaced two years ago), double doors out to the rear garden and single door out to the rear garden
  • First Floor Return
  • Bedroom 3 (3.50m x 3.20m ) with picture rail and painted mock cast iron fireplace with slate hearth
  • Bathroom with lino flooring, partially tiled walls, bath with telephone shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, w.c., heated towel rail and storage cupboard
  • Shower Room with step in tiled shower and heated towel rail
  • First Floor with Velux skylight to the landing
  • Bedroom 2 (4.10m x 3.20m ) with picture rail and painted cast iron open fireplace with tiled surround and slate hearth
  • Master Bedroom (5.90m x 4.00m ) with walk in wardrobe
  • Attic Conversion (5.50m x 3.60m ) with stairs leading up, Velux skylight and under eaves storage
  • Studio (6.50m x 3.40m ) (separately metered for the electricity but not for the gas central heating) with timber cladding outside, tiled floor, recessed lighting, large floor to ceiling window and sliding doors into a
  • Kitchenette (2.40m x 2.10m ) with sink with cupboard under, tiled splashback, plumbed for washing machine, small electric oven, two ring electric hob, heated towel rail, lino floor and door to
  • Shower Room (2.40m x 1.20m ) with lino flooring tiled walls, w.c., wash hand basin, large shower

Features

Generously proportioned superbly presented accommodation Highly regarded prestigious residential address Superbly landscaped sunny westerly rear garden measuring approx. 24m (80ft) in length with gated vehicular access Contemporary studio that can be used as guest accommodation, home office, den or art studio Floor area approx. 166sq.m (1785sq.ft) to include the studio but excluding attic Many period features of the era intact New Potterton Profile gas fired central heating boiler Fitted carpets, curtains and kitchen appliances included in the sale Double glazed windows and doors throughout Very convenient to the superb facilities at Sandycove, Glasthule and Dalkey Villages Pleasant walks by the seafront, Sandycove Harbour, The Forty Foot and James' Tower at Sandycove Point

BER Details

BER: E1 305.48

Directions

Negotiator

Robyn Espey