HomeIrelandDublinDublin 7Stoneybatter8 Aughrim Villas, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7
€675,000

8 Aughrim Villas, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7

3 beds 2 baths 102m 2Energy RatingTerraced House Refreshed on Nov 16, 2022
Eircode: D07F75A
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Description

Built c.1885, 8 Aughrim Villas enjoys an elevated position within a terrace of Victorian houses on Aughrim Street in the heart of Stoneybatter. Beyond the granite steps and railed garden, this period property commands great curb appeal boasting a handsome fa�ade with a newly repointed full brick finish with granite lintels and sills. On entering the property, one is greeted by a beautiful entrance hallway with understairs storage and a stairs to first floor accommodation. With ceilings heights of 2.85m the proportions of the rooms combine with the open plan format of the ground floor accommodation to increase the sense of spaciousness throughout. The accommodation extends to 102sqm (1097sqft) and comprises two reception rooms, a kitchen, rear hall and bathroom at ground floor level and three double bedrooms and a shower room at first floor level. The front reception room is a bright welcoming room with high ceiling, centre rose, coving and picture rail and an open fireplace with brick surround. An open archway brings you into the second reception room serving as a dining room with an open plan with the kitchen. The fitted kitchen provides good storage and ample counter space and has an integrated oven and five ring gas hob. The kitchen and the dining room windows look over the charming rear courtyard that has a west facing aspect, is not overlooked and commands a great deal of privacy. This is a charming period property in a vibrant neighbourhood convenient to Dublin city centre. The house is well served by local amenities, sporting facilities, schools and shopping. Local schools include Belvedere, Castleknock College, St. Declan's, Loreto on the Green, Mount Sackville, Scoil Caitriona as well as Mount Temple, Castleknock Community College and the new Educate Together Second Level School in Dublin 9. Trinity, DIT and DCU are within easy reach with UCD a single bus ride away. There are 20 primary schools in the area including four Educate Together schools and a gael scoil. The area is brilliantly located for a range of leisure activities. The Phoenix Park is a five-minute walk from the house offering walkers, joggers and cyclists the best possible amenity in the city. Kids will love the easy access to the Zoo (8-minute walk) as well as the huge playground at Aras an Uachtarain and the new modern playground in Grangegorman. There are four local GAA clubs, a soccer academy at Bohemians, cricket in the park and rowing at Islandbridge. Yoga enthusiasts will find some of Dublin's best studios including the renowned Elbow Room. The vibrant evening culture includes buzzing eateries and coffee shops (L Mulligan Grocer, Slice, Cotto, Cowtown caf�, Love Supreme) and inviting pubs (Walsh's, Kavanagh's, The Cobblestone, The Barbers). While home cooks are well provisioned by local artisan shops such as Lilliput, Mooz, Little Italy, Green Door Bakery and Kish. The house is just a stroll from the Lighthouse Cinema, Collin's Barracks Museum, Arbour Hill Cemetery as well as the festivals of Smithfield and Stoneybatter.

Accommodation

  • Entrance hall (5.35m x 2.00m ) spacious entrance hall with 2.85m high ceiling with coving and centre rose, timber floor, under stairs storage and stairs to first floor level
  • Living Room (3.70m x 2.95m ) bright reception room with feature fireplace, brick surround, picture rail, coving, window overlooking Aughrim Street and open arch to
  • Dining Room (4.30m x 3.25m ) Reception room leading to open plan with kitchen, with picture rail and access kitchen
  • Kitchen (2.85m x 2.85m ) with fitted kitchen hardwood countertop integrated oven with five ring gas cooker and extractor hood
  • Utility/back hall (1.85m x 1.50m ) utility with access to rear courtyard
  • Bathroom (2.30m x 1.70m ) with three pieces with bath, WC, wash hand basin
  • Rear courtyard (4.35m x 4.35m ) with cobble lock path and raised decking area with south west facing aspects, forwarded a great deal of privacy and not overlooked.
  • First floor accommodation
  • First floor landing (5.25m x 2.05m ) bright spacious first floor hall
  • Bedroom one (3.70m x 2.85m ) Double bedroom looking over Aughrim Street
  • Shower room (2.35m x 1.15m ) with Triton electric shower, WC, wash hand basin, and access to attic
  • Bedroom two (4.10m x 3.30m ) double bedroom with window overlooking the rear courtyard
  • Bedroom three (2.85m x 2.70m ) double bedroom window overlooking the rear courtyard

Features

Three bed Victorian House built c. 1885 South and west facing rear courtyard with decking (4.25m x 4.25m) Resident on-street parking Fa�ade Pointed 2021 by conservationists Dublin Restoration Front wall rebuilt and granite steps to front doors re-positioned Tiling done 2021 designed and laid by Cartin Ceramics, Glasnevin Gas fired heating Double glazed uPVC windows Floor area 102sqm (1097sqft)

BER Details

BER: D2 265.4 (kWh/m2/yr)

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Eoin O'Toole
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8 Aughrim Villas, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7

€675,000

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Beds3 beds
Price€675,000
Property TypeTerraced House
Size102 meters2
Energy RatingBER-D2
Refreshed onNov 16, 2022
EircodeD07F75A

Description

Built c.1885, 8 Aughrim Villas enjoys an elevated position within a terrace of Victorian houses on Aughrim Street in the heart of Stoneybatter. Beyond the granite steps and railed garden, this period property commands great curb appeal boasting a handsome fa�ade with a newly repointed full brick finish with granite lintels and sills. On entering the property, one is greeted by a beautiful entrance hallway with understairs storage and a stairs to first floor accommodation. With ceilings heights of 2.85m the proportions of the rooms combine with the open plan format of the ground floor accommodation to increase the sense of spaciousness throughout. The accommodation extends to 102sqm (1097sqft) and comprises two reception rooms, a kitchen, rear hall and bathroom at ground floor level and three double bedrooms and a shower room at first floor level. The front reception room is a bright welcoming room with high ceiling, centre rose, coving and picture rail and an open fireplace with brick surround. An open archway brings you into the second reception room serving as a dining room with an open plan with the kitchen. The fitted kitchen provides good storage and ample counter space and has an integrated oven and five ring gas hob. The kitchen and the dining room windows look over the charming rear courtyard that has a west facing aspect, is not overlooked and commands a great deal of privacy. This is a charming period property in a vibrant neighbourhood convenient to Dublin city centre. The house is well served by local amenities, sporting facilities, schools and shopping. Local schools include Belvedere, Castleknock College, St. Declan's, Loreto on the Green, Mount Sackville, Scoil Caitriona as well as Mount Temple, Castleknock Community College and the new Educate Together Second Level School in Dublin 9. Trinity, DIT and DCU are within easy reach with UCD a single bus ride away. There are 20 primary schools in the area including four Educate Together schools and a gael scoil. The area is brilliantly located for a range of leisure activities. The Phoenix Park is a five-minute walk from the house offering walkers, joggers and cyclists the best possible amenity in the city. Kids will love the easy access to the Zoo (8-minute walk) as well as the huge playground at Aras an Uachtarain and the new modern playground in Grangegorman. There are four local GAA clubs, a soccer academy at Bohemians, cricket in the park and rowing at Islandbridge. Yoga enthusiasts will find some of Dublin's best studios including the renowned Elbow Room. The vibrant evening culture includes buzzing eateries and coffee shops (L Mulligan Grocer, Slice, Cotto, Cowtown caf�, Love Supreme) and inviting pubs (Walsh's, Kavanagh's, The Cobblestone, The Barbers). While home cooks are well provisioned by local artisan shops such as Lilliput, Mooz, Little Italy, Green Door Bakery and Kish. The house is just a stroll from the Lighthouse Cinema, Collin's Barracks Museum, Arbour Hill Cemetery as well as the festivals of Smithfield and Stoneybatter.

Accommodation

  • Entrance hall (5.35m x 2.00m ) spacious entrance hall with 2.85m high ceiling with coving and centre rose, timber floor, under stairs storage and stairs to first floor level
  • Living Room (3.70m x 2.95m ) bright reception room with feature fireplace, brick surround, picture rail, coving, window overlooking Aughrim Street and open arch to
  • Dining Room (4.30m x 3.25m ) Reception room leading to open plan with kitchen, with picture rail and access kitchen
  • Kitchen (2.85m x 2.85m ) with fitted kitchen hardwood countertop integrated oven with five ring gas cooker and extractor hood
  • Utility/back hall (1.85m x 1.50m ) utility with access to rear courtyard
  • Bathroom (2.30m x 1.70m ) with three pieces with bath, WC, wash hand basin
  • Rear courtyard (4.35m x 4.35m ) with cobble lock path and raised decking area with south west facing aspects, forwarded a great deal of privacy and not overlooked.
  • First floor accommodation
  • First floor landing (5.25m x 2.05m ) bright spacious first floor hall
  • Bedroom one (3.70m x 2.85m ) Double bedroom looking over Aughrim Street
  • Shower room (2.35m x 1.15m ) with Triton electric shower, WC, wash hand basin, and access to attic
  • Bedroom two (4.10m x 3.30m ) double bedroom with window overlooking the rear courtyard
  • Bedroom three (2.85m x 2.70m ) double bedroom window overlooking the rear courtyard

Features

Three bed Victorian House built c. 1885 South and west facing rear courtyard with decking (4.25m x 4.25m) Resident on-street parking Fa�ade Pointed 2021 by conservationists Dublin Restoration Front wall rebuilt and granite steps to front doors re-positioned Tiling done 2021 designed and laid by Cartin Ceramics, Glasnevin Gas fired heating Double glazed uPVC windows Floor area 102sqm (1097sqft)

BER Details

BER: D2 265.4 (kWh/m2/yr)

Directions

Negotiator

Eoin O'Toole