An unrivalled opportunity to acquire a stunning aesthetically pleasing 1860s constructed detached double bay windowed double fronted Victorian period residence that extends to approximately 488sq.m (5,250sq.ft) and stands on level mature gardens of approximately 0.24 Ha (0.6 acre).
Castellated electric gates open into a large gravelled driveway with its own turning circle and parking for a multitude of cars with an extensive private sunny south westerly landscaped mature garden to the rear.
The Old Vicarage, as its name suggests purported to be the vicarage to St. Paul's Church at the foot of the road, it is a bright light filled house with many architectural features similar to St. Pauls Church including matching entrance gates.
The property is positioned within an Architectural Conservation Area (ACA) and a house of the calibre of The Old Vicarage deserves to have all of its period embellishments, features and character remain intact. On first impressions it exudes all the grandeur, eloquence and style that one would expect from such a handsome property and once entered the interior does not disappoint. The generously proportioned accommodation spread over just two levels extends to an impressive 488sq.m (5,250sq.ft).
Briefly the accommodation comprises a large entrance hall with feature fireplace, diningroom with gable end bay window and French doors opening onto wrought iron stairs that overlook the sunny south westerly rear garden. A large study and a bathroom overlook the rear garden. The entire eastern wing houses the master suite comprising a generous bedroom, a dressing room and an en suite bathroom with oversize power and steam shower. The formal interconnecting draw ...
106 Lower Georges Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin,
Tel: 01 2806820