- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 72 m²
An attractive detached bungalow full of charm and character, situated on Wellington Street, off George's Street Lower, the main thoroughfare in this bustling maritime coastal suburb. There is an abundance of amenities on your doorstep to include: the East and West Piers, The Lexicon Library, Pavilion Theatre and The People's Park. The house would have originally been built in the 1940s but has been renovated throughout with a good extension added to the rear; and the attic space has been converted too. To the front there is off street parking for three cars with gated pedestrian access to one side.
Internally this well-maintained home extends to approximately 72sq.m (775sq.ft) (excluding the attic room) and briefly comprises of a reception hall with cloaks hanging area under the stairs, two bedrooms, one at the front and the master overlooking the garden, with built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Off the hall there is a large bright tri-aspect open plan kitchen/dining/family room with a great connection to the garden, at the family room end of the space there is a cosy gas fire and large windows overlooking the private patio area. The attic space has been converted in the property and is accessed via a spiral staircase in the hall, at this level there is eaves storage, a shower, and an en-suite and it provides an additional 13sqm of floor space. Number two is a wonderfully maintained and upgraded home presented in walk in condition. The rear garden faces south east and is very private with meandering pathways, it measures approximately 6.7m in length, with a patio perfect for al fresco dining and lots of greenery. The property is positioned in an area Zoned: Objective MTC which is "To protect, provide for and-or improve major town centre facilities", under the current DLRCOCO Development Plan, a mix of uses is encouraged in these zones.
The location of Wellington Street is second to none being situated in the heart of Dun Laoghaire only minutes from all local amenities in the town centre and seafront. Nearby villages: Monkstown, Sandycove and Glasthule offer further boutique shopping and restaurants. There is an excellent selection of primary and secondary schools in the surrounding area as well as a wide choice of recreational and leisure facilities together with interesting walks along the seafront, swimming at the Forty Foot, tennis in the local tennis clubs and extensive marine activities in Dun Laoghaire yacht clubs and harbour. The area is extremely well served by public transport with numerous bus routes including the 46A and DART at Dun Laoghaire all offering ease of access to the city centre and beyond.
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