No 81 is a wonderfully elegant home constructed circa 1900 and standing proud on this distinctive and picturesque Victorian Terrace on the corner of Elton Park and Albert Road.
This is a splendid residence of exceptional appeal which the current owners have extended, remodelled and upgraded, using top quality finishes, to create a strikingly luxurious home of distinction. The generous floor plan offers a flexible and versatile layout that will appeal to all, with open plan areas ideal for entertaining and cosy spaces perfect for everyday living. The interior has been remodelled with great attention to detail resulting in an ultra-stylish home which still retains many of this period property's original features, including ceiling coving, fireplaces and working shutters, all of which complement the dÃ©cor throughout.
On entering this fine home, one will automatically be impressed by what is to follow, with a spacious hallway with a honed stone floor and feature staircase with curved balustrade. To the front there is a spacious drawing room with sliding sash window and a feature fireplace. An open plan study is also located off the hallway with double doors opening out to an internal courtyard. To the rear of the property there is an impressive kitchen/dining room with a feature Stanley cooker and double doors opening out to the private rear garden and to the internal court yard. A guest WC completes the accommodation at ground floor level. The home's versatile layout is complemented by three equally generous bedrooms, two of which are fine doubles with one ensuite and a stunning family bathroom.
Situated near the junction with Elton Park it is ideally located close to Sandycove Village which offers a host of services and amenities including excellent restaurants, shops and breath-taking coastal walks. Sandycove and Glenageary Dart stations provide ease of access to the city centre.
Viewing highly recommended to appreciate the quality of accommodation and finish on offer.
The front and rear gardens have been tastefully landscaped by Formality. The front g ...