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IrelandDublinDublin CountySkerriesThe Old Rectory, 1 Holmpatrick Terrace, Skerries, Co Dublin K34 Y821

€1,075,000

The Old Rectory, 1 Holmpatrick Terrace, Skerries, Co Dublin K34 Y821

4 beds 2 baths Energy RatingEnd of Terrace House Refreshed on Jun 14, 2019
#1 of 64 Properties Viewed in Skerries
Sherry FitzGerald Malahide
Sherry FitzGerald Malahide
Tel: 01 845 4500
PSRA Licence No. 002183
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Description

The Old Rectory represents an outstanding opportunity to acquire a most elegant two storey over garden level Victorian residence of immense style and character enjoying an envious position on Lower South Strand in the heart of this charming and historic North Dublin town. A landmark property once occupied by James Hans Hamilton, the local Landlord later to be commemorated by the Hamilton Monument in Skerries, The Old Rectory enjoys the most spectacular views of Shenick Island, Church Island and, of course, Rockabill Island. This property also enjoys pedestrian access (across a small pathway) to the wonderful sandy beach and picturesque coast line. Is located in a prestigious and sought after residential location opposite Skerries Rugby Club. Approached by imposing stone steps the Victorian entrance porch leads to an impressive reception hall with feature staircase providing access to each of its three floors. There are two wonderful reception rooms on this level each enjoying many fine architectural embellishments of its era including magnificent fireplaces and high ceilings with ornate covings. The dining room to the rear enjoys spectacular views across the beach to Skerries Islands. There is also a large cloakroom off the hallway. On the upper floor, there are four spacious bedrooms together with family bathroom and the views from the rear bedroom, in particular, are spectacular. The garden level can also be accessed from the front of the rectory and benefits from an equally impressive hallway leading to a large family room at the front and fine oak fitted kitchen to the rear. There is also a spacious utility room and access to the private walled garden. The garden areas add great character to this historic property and the front graveled garden is bounded with typical wrought iron railings and strategically positioned shrubs and plants. The rear split level garden is mainly paved and bounded by attractive stone walls with pedestrian access to the wonderful sandy beach. There is also a large private side garden with newly laid lawn and patio area. To really appreciate this charming Victorian residence and all it's embellishments, viewing is essential.

Accommodation

Entrance Porch 2.05m x 1.90m. Hand painted hall door, glazed panels, door to reception hall. Reception Hall 7.50m x 2.05m. High ceilings with ornate covings and centre piece, attractive staircase. Drawing Room 6.20m x 4.50m. Wonderful period cast iron fireplace with Spanish style basket and slate hearth, covings on ceiling. Dining Room 4.70m x 4.45m. Elegant period cast iron fireplace with tiled insert, slate hearth, covings on ceiling, excellent sea views. Rear Hallway 2.00m x 1.60m. Stairs to garden level. Garden Level Garden level entrance porch 2.00m x 1.85m. Door to front, access to hallway. Hallway 11.50m x 2.05m. Attractive hardwood floor. Family Room 4.70m x 5.75m. Feature solid fuel stove. Kitchen 4.25m x 3.90m. Hand painted white fitted kitchen with excellent press units, worktops, sink unit, quality appliances, views of rear garden. Utility Area 5.50m x 2.50m. Plumbed for washing machine, tiled floor, gas central heating boiler, access to rear garden. Upstairs \ Return Level Bathroom 3.15m x 2.70m. Family Bathroom with tiled floor, bath, separate Aqua Stream shower, w/c, whb, heated towel rail, picture window with stunning beach and coastal views. First Floor Landing Area 2.00m x 3.75m. Spacious landing with large storage press, attractive balustrading. Bedroom 1 (rear) 4.40m x 4.40m. Built in wardrobe, vanity unit and bedside lockers, Spectacular beach and coastal views across to Skerries Islands and beyond. Bedroom 2 (side) 3.60m x 3.30m. Bedroom 3 (front) 4.50m x 2.40m. Overlooking Rugby Club. Bedroom 4 (front) 4.40m x 2.10m. Overlooking Rugby club. Cloakroom 3.25m x 2.20m. Excellent storage press, guest w/c, whb, hot press.

Features

Charming end of terrace Victorian residence Spectacular views over Shenick, Church and Rockabill Islands Pedestrian access to beach (across small pathway) Elegant accommodation spread over three floors Many fine architectural embellisments of the Victorian era Oak fitted kitchen Gardens to side and rear

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Negotiator Details

David R Blanc

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Malahide on 01 845 4500
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