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€445,000

21 Saint Brigid's Road Lower, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

3 Bed

1 Bath

96 m²

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    Sat, 01/10
    10:00 - 10:30

Description

  • Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
  • Overall Floor Area: 96 m²
***PERIOD PROPERTY/ RED BRICK/OFF STREET REAR ACCESS PARKING/ORIGINAL FEATURES/SUPERB SOUGHT-AFTER LOCATION*** KELLY BRADSHAW DALTON are excited for you to explore 21 St Brigid's Road Lower, Drumcondra, Dublin 9. No.21 enjoys an enviable location and finding the perfect property only minutes from the City Centre isn't the easiest task! That's why this stunning Victorian family home, close to the vibrant and much sought after Drumconda Village, is sure to catch your eye. When one looks for a period property within an area of desire, more often than not it has been modernised and upgraded to someone else's taste! Built c.1890), 21 St Brigid'sRoad is a Victorian redbrick gem that has gone almost untouched, leaving the beautiful period treasures intact and allows you, the new purchaser, to create a wonderful home, with your very own vision, style and flare. On arrival you are greeted by a very handsome facade and private town garden, framed by a wall and topped with wrought iron decorative railings and gate. A paved path leads you to the front door. On entering you are immediately aware of the wonderful high ceilings and the echoes of grandeur from a bygone era. To you right is a wonderful formal living room with stunning iron fireplace finished with intricate detailing, original four panel doors, high ceilings and double joining doors into the formal dining room. The dining room also boasts the original iron fireplace and laminate wood flooring. To the rear is a galley style kitchen in need of modernising and separate utility room. From the kitchen, there is access to a large rear garden. East facing the rear garden is a trap for the morning sunshine, and is currently used to provide excellent, private, and secure off-street parking for up to four cars. Access to the rear is gained from St Patrick's Road. Completing this level is a guest W.C and bathroom with electric shower. Making our way upstairs, it's easy to become impressed with the double height ceilings that dominate the landing space with an abundance of light and the original banisters that guide the way. Here there are three fine bedrooms, two large double bedrooms with the stunning original fireplaces and a very good size single bedroom. No.21 St Brigid's Road is a blank canvas that will excite those with an eye for original detailing and want to put their own stamp on a property that was built to stand the test of time. Superbly located in one of Dublin's most vibrant and sought-after areas with its gracious mix of Georgian and Victorian redbrick homes of all shapes and sizes. Drumcondra attracts an eclectic blend of purchasers from those wanting to reduce their commuting time to those who want a family home in a well-regarded and established residential area steeped in history, yet with all the amenities of the city on your doorstep. Ideally placed close to all the amenities of Drumcondra, No.21 is within striking distance of some of Dublin's most respected schools and colleges. Situated just off Iona Road, this home could not be more convenient. There are numerous bars, restaurants, shops, sports & recreational facilities within walking distance. Croke Park, Botanic Gardens and the Mater Hospital are also close by and several of Ireland's most prestigious educational institutions including St Patrick's College of Education, Mater Dei and All Hallows College are on the doorstep. The City Centre, IFSC and East Point Business Park is only a short walk away and with several bus routes and Drumcondra Train Station serving the area, making commuting extremely easy. Overall, this wonderful Victorian property will surely appeal to those looking for a home full of character in the most central location. Viewing is a must! Features Victorian red brick home Excellent location Many original features throughout High ceilings Gas central heating Private off street parking to rear On street permit parking if needed Extended to the rear (Kitchen, utility, W.C) Adjacent Drumcondra train Station Dublin Airport 9 kms, DCU 3.5 kms, Croke Park 1 km Walking distance to City Centre Rooms Hallway - 8.68m x 1.44m High ceilings Arched cornicing Original panel doors Living Room - 3.57m x 3.82m Original panel door Original cast iron fireplace with intricate detailing Laminate wood flooring Dining Room - 3.74m x 2.85m Original cast iron fireplace with intricate detailing Laminate wood flooring Kitchen - 3.01m x 2.22m Galley style Utility - 1.4m x 2.22m WC - 1.34m x 0.77m Bathroom - 1.32m x 1.61m Shower Hans basin W.C Landing - Carpet flooring High ceilings Original banistar Bedroom One - 3.52m x 3.7m Original fireplace Bedroom Two - 1.76m x 2.67m Bedroom Three (Master) - 3.4m x 3.6m Original fireplace
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