DescriptionIdeally positioned along this convenient road, mid-way between the junction with Maxwell Road and Rathmines Road Upper, stands this very fine red brick bay windowed period property built in approximately 1898. Currently laid out in four units, this wonderful home has been well-maintained over the years, retaining many of its original features to include ceiling coving, dado rails and high ceilings. Approached by pedestrian access to the front, this property provides accommodation over two levels to incorporate an entrance hall with the original two interconnecting reception rooms currently laid out as the first unit. At the end of the hall is the second unit, which would be ideal as a kitchen / breakfast room with the hall return and the first-floor lending themselves to be ideal as four bedrooms and a family bathroom. An excellent opportunity is on offer here for the prospective purchaser to upgrade and modernise this property with their own flair and style to become a home within striking distance of the city centre. This superb home is further enhanced with a low-maintenance south-facing rear garden measuring approximately 16m (52ft).
York Road enjoys a highly convenient location just off Rathmines Road Upper, close to all the amenities of Rathmines, Rathgar and Ranelagh. It is also within easy reach of coveted local Junior and Senior Schools, shops, restaurants and local pubs. This fine property is also within approximately 3km of St. Stephen's Green and many of Dublin's principle places of business. The Luas line at Beechwood is also within easy walking distance and Rathmines is well serviced by many bus routes to the city centre such as the 14, 15, 83 & 140 to name a few.
RoomsHALL LEVEL -
Entrance Porch: -
with tiled floor. Leads to the
Entrance Hall: - 1.50m x 7.00m
with ceiling coving, dado rail, enclosed fuse board and polished timber floorboards. Door to
Shower Room: -
with w.c., w.h.b., step-in electric Mira Elite shower, tiled ceramic floor and fullly tiled walls.
Inner Lobby: -
with door out to rear garden.
UNIT 1 -
Living / Dining / Kitchen Area: - 4.20m x 4.00m
with a range of fitted units, cupboards and presses, work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, integrated electric Zanussi oven with integrated four ring Zanussi electric hob with extractor fan over, plumbed for dishwasher, sink unit, beautiful bay window, ceiling coving and centre rose. Door to
Bedroom: - 4.00m x 3.70m
with a range of fitted wardrobes, marble fireplace, ceiling coving, centre rose and window overlooking the rear garden.
UNIT 2 -
Bedroom: - 2.60m x 3.50m
with hotpress and timber panel ceiling.
Inner Lobby: - 1.60m x 3.50m
plumbed for washing machine. Leads to
Shower Room: -
with w.c., w.h.b., step-in shower, tiled ceramic floor and partially tiled walls.
Kitchen: - 1.80m x 2.50m
with range of fitted cupboards, sink unit, tiled splashbacks, provision for electric cooker and tiled ceramic floor.
HALL LEVEL RETURN -
UNIT 3 -
Bedroom: - 3.30m x 3.20m
with fitted wardrobe and access to the attic.
with kitchen units, sink unit, plumbed for washing machine, integrated electric Beko oven with an integrated electric four ring Beko hob with extractor fan over.
Lobby: - 1.79m x 1.23m
Shower Room: - 1.77m x 2.10m
with w.c., w.h.b., step-in Triton T80 electric shower, tiled ceramic floor and fully tiled walls.
FIRST FLOOR LEVEL -
UNIT 4 -
Bedroom 1: - 4.29m x 2.12m
with cast iron fireplace and timber floors.
Bedroom 2: - 4.15m x 3.75m
with ceiling coving, open fireplace with cast iron mantel and surround, and timber floor.
Bedroom 3: - 4.17m x 4.04m
with cast iron fireplace and timber floor.
FeaturesAttractive semi-detached bay windowed red brick Victorian home.
Generous well-proportioned accommodation of approximately 139 sq.m. (1,500 sq.ft.).
Highly convenient location and quiet mature residential road within a short walk of Rathmines and within easy access of Dublin City Centre.
Low-maintenance south-facing rear garden of approximately 16m (52ft)
Huge scope and potential to create a modern family home.
OutsideThere is a low maintaineance garden to the front with a pedestrian path leading to the south-facing rear garden laid out in tarmacadam and pebble of approximately 16m (52ft).