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€650,000

20 St Brigids Road Lower, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

3 Bed

2 Bath

125 m²

Terrace

Description

  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Overall Floor Area: 125 m²
DNG proudly introduce 20 St Brigid's Road Lower in Drumcondra, a beautiful 3 bedroom home with attic conversion. (built c.1890) Beyond the beautiful red brick facade of this elegant period property, lies a wonderful family home spanning across a generous 125sq.m. Number 20 retains the beautiful proportions and charm that are characteristic of a period property and presents an excellent opportunity to set up home in this much sought after and highly desirable location in the heart of Drumcondra. There are many original features retained, including beautiful feature fireplace, ceiling roses, coving detail and the high ceilings add to the bright and spacious feel of this period home. The internal accommodation comprises of a welcoming entrance hall full of light, two generous reception rooms and spacious kitchen to the rear. Upstairs there are two shower rooms located on the landing return level and three bedrooms on the next level. There is also a spiral staircase which leads to a generous converted attic, currently used as a fourth bedroom. On this tree lined road, no.20 offers a city style railed garden to the front and the large rear garden has the benefit of an ideal westerly aspect which is filled with sun all day and also provides access to the rear laneway. St. Brigid's Road lower enjoys a location second to none. You are within a gentle stroll of a variety of shops, excellent primary and secondary schools, a great choice of restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and salons while the wonderful Botanic Gardens, Croke Park and Griffith Park provide good recreational facilities and are only minutes walk away. In addition, Number 20 is within a few minutes walk of Drumcondra train station and is well served by numerous bus routes. The M50 Motorway, Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre are all just a short commute away. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this lovely family home. Please contact agent Michelle Keeley MIPAV MMCEPI, Brian McGee MIPAV, Ciarán Jones MIPAV, Isobel O`Neill and Vincent Mullen MIPAV.for viewing details on 018300989 Entrance Hall:    Once through the main door of this wonderful Victorian property you are greeted by the high ceilings and period detail of the era. The hallway provides access to the lower level accommodation and understairs storage. Reception Room 1: 4.57 x 3.74. The first reception room features an original fireplace, ceiling coving detail and offers a front aspect over this quiet and mature street. Reception Room 2: 3.67 x 3.15. The second reception room is a generous size and boasts high ceilings, coving and a bright aspect overlooking the rear garden. This room is currently presented as a bedroom. Kitchen: 3.20 x 3.12. The kitchen offers ample fitted wall and floor shaker style units, generous counter space, wall and splashback tiling, intergrated double oven and access to the sunny rear garden. Stairs and landing:    The stairscase offers landing with retuen level to the upper level along with a spiral staircase to the attic room. Bedroom 1: 3.56 x 3.20. The first bedroom is a very spacious size and boasts high ceilings with ornate coving detail, fitted wardrobes and vanity area which incorporates a mirror, shelving and a sunny rear aspect. Bedroom 2: 3.66 x 3.18. The second bedroom is a generous double bedroom with front aspect, high ceilings with coving detail and fitted wardrobes running one lenght of the room. Bedroom 3: 3.38 x 1.72. The third bedroom is a single room with timber flooring and front aspect. Shower Room 1: 2.33 x 3.07. Positioned to the rear of the return room the main shower room has been fully tiled and offers wc, wash hand basin and a double size walk in shower with glass panel surround. Shower Room 2: 1.88 x 2.02. The second shower room is also located off the landing return and offers wc and whb. Attic Room: 4.25 x 4.00. The attic room is accessed by spiral staircase and is a generous size. There are two velux windows which permit light to fill the room and there is under eaves storage. The current owners use the attic space as an additional bedroom. Outside gardens:    The rear garden is a family sized space which benefits from a sunny west facing aspect. The garden also includes raised flower beds, pond detail, mature trees and hedging surround, sun filled patio area and conveniented gated access to the rear. To the front of this victorian home there is a city style cast iron gated garden with gravel inset. There is also on street residents permit parking.
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Property Features

  • Period red brick home
  • Excellent location
  • Original features
  • High ceilings
  • Attic Conversion
  • Spanning across 125sq.m
  • Sunny west facing garden
  • D1 Energy rating
  • Gas heating
  • Close to many shops and amenities.

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BER Details

D1

BER No: 115171050

Energy Performance Indicator: 229.21 kWh/m2/yr

Statistics

01/10/2022

Entered/Renewed

4,494

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