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€645,000 SALE AGREED

31 Montpelier Gardens, Infirmary Road, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7

3 Bed

1 Bath

107 m²

End of Terrace


  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Overall Floor Area: 107 m²
Built by The Dublin Artisans Dwelling Company in 1930 as family homes for workers of nearby large employers such as the Guinness Brewery, Montpelier Gardens are beautiful properties which today are incredibly popular for their solid construction, spacious rooms and convenience to the city centre. Situated in a peaceful cul de sac, No.31 is presented in the best condition of its nearly 100-year existence, the property has been very well maintained and extended and today offers a new family the opportunity to live in a property with no work to do but simply move in. Many of the original features have been retained and are complemented by stylish modern d cor. The accommodation comprises an open porch leading to the hallway with striking period colours highlighting the original features, the living room to the front is a lovely room with cast iron fireplace as a focal point. To the rear the original dining room has been combined into an extension which is the highlight of the property. There is a vast amount of fitted storage with solid timber, hand painted units and island by Newcastle Design. There is plenty of room for a seating area and dining area with French doors to the garden. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two spacious doubles with original fireplaces and a single room. A family bathroom completes the accommodation. To the front there is a low maintenance garden with a beautiful silver birch and acer trees. The rear garden benefits from a sunny southerly aspect and is laid in low maintenance paving with side pedestrian access to a gated laneway. A utility shed approx. 5.6m x 1.7m is fitted with a vast amount of storage, sink and plumbing for a washing machine. The location is superb being within a couple of minutes walk of the bustling village of Stoneybatter and nearby Smithfield. The area is renowned for its many specialist shops, delis, bakeries, cafes and restaurants. There are plenty of supermarkets locally. For those with children there are a number of popular schools within walking distance. One of the main attractions of the area is the fabulous Phoenix Park which is a mere 5 minutes walk away. For those working in the city centre it is a pleasant stroll, with public transport also available at Heuston Station, the LUAS stops at Smithfield, Broadstone and Grangegorman. Five bus routes have stops on the North Circular Road while the M50 allows easy access to the Airport. An exciting development in the area is the new Technological University Dublin (TUD) campus at Grangegorman with lovely green open spaces accessible to the public. Hallway 4m x 1.7m. An open porch leads to a large hallway with laminate flooring and understairs storage area. The hall is painted in a vibrant Farrow and Ball paint which highlights the original features and staircase. Living Room 4.1m x 3.5m. Lovely reception room to the front with a very pretty cast iron fireplace as the focal point. The floor is laid in laminate and other features include picture rails and covings. Kitchen/ Living/ Dining 7.3m x 5.8m. This is a spectacular space with vaulted ceiling and skylights flooding the room with light. The kitchen is fitted with high quality, hand painted solid timber units by Newcastle Design. The countertops are topped with Quartz while the island is topped with solid wood. Great thought was given to the layout of this room and in particular storage, as a result there is ample storage units to include a butler s pantry larder unit, fitted bookcases with storage beneath and a bank of high gloss fitted storage. Integrated appliances include fitted microwave, double oven, hob and dishwasher. There is plenty of room for a large dining table and a seating area. French doors lead to the garden and the floor is laid in engineered French oak with the bonus of underfloor heating. Bedroom 1 4.1m x 3.3m. Large double room to the front with cast iron fireplace, picture rails, polished wooden floor and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom 2 3.4m x 3.3m. Another large double with cast iron fireplace, polished wooden floor, fitted wardrobes and picture rails. Bedroom 3 3m x 2.4m. Single room with polished wooden floor, picture rails and fitted shelving. Bathroom 2.3m x 2m. Family bathroom with w.c, wash hand basin with storage beneath and bath.
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Property Features

  • Beautiful end of terrace family home
  • Built in 1930
  • Extended to the rear
  • Private rear garden with southerly aspect and utility shed
  • Rear pedestrian access
  • Gas fired central heating
  • Kitchen extension with underfloor heating
  • PVC double glazing throughout

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BER No: 101887198

Energy Performance Indicator: 45.81 kWh/m2/yr





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