No.9 is an instantly appealing mid-terrace Victorian townhouse approached by an impressive flight of granite steps. On entering the reception hall it is immediately apparent that the house has been meticulously refurbished and boasts the proportionate ceiling heights, charm and appeal of the Victorian era combined with modern comforts including under floor heating throughout.
On the hall floor there are two generous bedrooms, study/fourth bedroom, beautifully appointed bathroom complete with free standing cast iron bath with Larch varnished timber floors throughout.
The garden level, which benefits from a separate front entrance approached through a delightfully landscaped railed front garden, comprises a Gurteen custom built kitchen with solid pine units, family room with feature fire place with French doors opening to the rear patio, third bedroom with an attractive stable door opening to patio, shower room and utility.
The previously mentioned Pleasants Street is a quiet mature road enjoying a location of unparalleled convenience being less than a ten minute walk from St. Stephens Green with a host of local amenities on your doors step including schools, shops, restaurants, pubs, churches and the Harcourt LUAS stop. All of the amenities in Dublin city centre are a short walk away including Grafton Street, Trinity College, Royal College of Surgeons and a National Concert Hall to name but a few.
Inner Reception Hall - 4.6m x 1.53m
with ceiling coving, pull down ladder to attic, recessed down lighting, beautiful Georgian fan light over the door, dado rail, varnished timber floor boards. Inner arch leading to