- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 134 m²
27 Botanic Road is a three bedroomed mid-terrace period property with an attic room. The property has a beautiful full brick faÃ§ade with granite sills & lintels and an impressive bay window overlooking the front garden The front garden is a railed and has a quarry tiled footpath and raised flower beds complete with shrubbery. The back garden has an east facing aspect and extends to an impressive 22m (72ft) with both pedestrian and vehicular access via a rear laneway off Iona Road. The detached domestic garage to the rear provides invaluable off-street parking and the garden is afforded a great deal of privacy. The house was built c. 1880 and, although in need modernisation throughout, has the wonderful proportions and period features one expects of a property built in this era including fireplaces, coving and 3.1metre high ceilings. The accommodation extends to 134sqm (1442 sqft) and comprises an entrance hall, two reception rooms, a kitchen breakfast room and galley kitchen, at ground floor level and return level. At first floor return level there is a double bedroom and shower room. There are two further double bedrooms at first floor level, a bathroom at second floor return level and an attic room above. (see floor plan) The heating is gas fired and the windows are aluminium double glazed. This is a property with great bones and oodles of potential.
27 botanic Road is situated just minutes’ walk from the National Botanic Gardens, the Bons Secours Hospital and a host of local amenities including shops, schools and churches. There are also numerous sporting and recreational amenities within the immediate area. Dublin International Airport is within a 20 minute drive north of the property, as is the M50 motorway which provides easy access to Dublin and the surrounding counties. The local area is well serviced by bus and railway at nearby Drumcondra and Dublin City Centre is within walking distance.
Entrance Porch (2.45m x 0.95m )ceramic tiles, decorative coving, timber door leading to
Entrance Hall (3.05m x 1.50m )3.10m high ceiling with decorative coving, centre rose, plaster archway, stairwell to first floor
Reception Room 1 (4.65m x 4.20m )with large bay window overlooking the front garden, original fireplace with cast iron inset and marble surround, picture rail, decorative coving and centre rose all original
Reception Room 2 (3.90m x 3.60m )with fireplace, cast iron inset and cast iron surroynd, window overlooking rear garden, 3.10 high ceiling, decorative coving and centre rose
Ground Floor Return (3.80m x 3.40m )with quarry tiling, fireplace, airing cupboard, gas boiler, average height ceiling
Galley Kitchen (2.35m x 1.60m )
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (3.80m x 3.35m )open fireplace, hot press
First Floor Return Landing (1.75m x 0.85m )
Shower Room (2.35m x 1.55m )Shower, WC, WHB
Bedroom 3 (3.30m x 2.17m )Double bedroom with feature fireplace & window overlooking the rear garden
Bedroom 1 (5.85m x 3.80m )double room, high ceiling 3.10m, decorative coving, feature fireplace, two windows overlooking front garden
Bedroom 2 (3.90m x 3.75m )double room with window overlooking rear garden, feature fireplace with cast iron inset and surround, 3.1m high ceiling
Second Floor return Landing (1.80m x 0.90m )
Bathroom (3.35m x 1.50m )with bath, wc, whb, window to the side
Second Floor Return access to attic
Attic (5.05m x 2.35m )sky light and storage to eves, good head height, original attic space
Garage (5.95m x 2.75m )to the rear with pedestrian and vehicle access through rear lane
Shed (5.75m x 1.55m )to the side
Garden (22m )with an east facing aspect and pedestrian and vehicle access to the rear.
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