This mid terrace 1930’s property is laid out over three levels. Walking through the original front door into the entrance hall, you will find elegantly proportioned interconnecting living and dining rooms located just off it. Both rooms have period fire places, exposed original floor boards, picture rails and coving. To the rear is the magnificent bright and airy kitchen extension complete with granite worktops, island and family seating area overlooking the manicured west facing garden. The utility room is located off the kitchen. The garden benefits from pedestrian access to a secure gated laneway – perfect for the children in the neighbouring homes to meet and play together.
On first floor level there are three bedrooms - two doubles and one single and a modern family bathroom. A staircase leads from the first floor landing to the attic - a wonderfully bright room that is currently used as a fourth bedroom while offering plenty of storage in the eaves.
To the rear is the west facing garden, complete with artificial grass, low maintenance raised beds and curved paved area, perfect for alfresco dining. The garden is not overlooked which is rare for a house so close to the City.
Located just off Parnell Road on the banks of the Grand Canal, this quiet cul de sac comprises a total of 20 red brick houses. This central location is just 2.5km from St. Stephen’s Green and 1.5km from Charlemont Luas station. Schools within walking distance include, St Clare’s Primary School, St Catherine’s Primary School, Griffith Barracks Educate Together, St Louis High School and St Mary’s College. Also in Harold’s Cross is the gaelscoil, Scoil Mologa. There are a host of popular restaurants and bars within a 10 minute walk.< ...