This charming family home boasts an enviable position within this highly sought after terrace. Not only is it end of terrace, it is also originally the largest of the houses on the terrace, extending to approx. 403 sq. m. / 4,388 sq. ft. (main house) of well laid out living accommodation and 73 sq. m. / 785 sq. ft. (mews). Granite steps ascend to a portico with the front door opening into the entrance hall and double doors leading to the inner hall. At hall level, there are three formal reception rooms with wonderful period features intact to include Oriel bay windows, ornate ceiling plasterwork, sash windows and fireplaces. The drawing room has the benefit of a dual aspect which provide panoramic views over Dublin Bay. Also on the ground floor are a study and a guest WC.
The garden level is particularly bright with good ceiling height. The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and floor units, tiled floor, exposed brick feature fireplace and French doors opening onto the side garden. Off the kitchen is a utility room leading to the lower entrance lobby with exterior door. A boot room, double bedroom, playroom and bathroom completes the accommodation at this level. Upstairs are four bedrooms, three substantial doubles and a single. The master bedroom located over the drawing room with matching dual aspect also enjoys majestic sea views, this fine suite has the added benefits of a well fitted dressing area and en-suite. There is a family bathroom, sunroom and hot press.
At the end of the garden is a most attractive cut stone mews extending to 73 sq. m. / 785 sq. ft. could be used for a variety of purposes to include an additional source of revenue / guest accommodation. On the ground floor is a double bedroom, study and guest WC. Upstairs we find a large open plan living / dining room with fireplace, kitchen, a second double bedroom and a shower room.
A pedestrian gateway provides access to the front garden which is mainly laid out in lawn with mature shrub and hedge borders. A pathway brings us round to the delightful side garden where the mature rose bed when in bloom provides an array of colour. The rear garden is paved and electric gates from the rear laneway provides off street parking if required. Directly opposite the houses on De Vesci Terrace are private gardens which residents have sole use of. There are 4.5 acres of parkland which is a fantastic facility for residents to enjoy. Once home to Victorian garden parties now host to an endless list of recreational activities. Also within the gardens is De Vesci Tennis Club.
Monkstown Village is only a few minutes stroll away. There is a wonderful choice of local shops, restaurants, and cafés that all combine to make Monkstown a convivial and friendly place to live from which residents seldom want to leave. For recreation walks along the West and East piers are but an amble away. The sailing enthusiast will be spoilt for choice with The Irish, The George and The Royal Irish Yacht Clubs all within the locality. Also nearby are Monkstown Lawn Tennis Club, Westwood Gym, IMC Cinema and The Pavilion Theatre. There is an excellent selection of both primary and secondary schools in the area to include Blackrock College, Holy Child Killiney, St. Andrews and CBC Monkstown. The DART at Salthill and Monkstown Station provides both a scenic and swift journey to the city centre. The area is also well serviced by the No 7/7A and 46A bus routes while the Aircoach stop in Monkstown will transport you to Dublin Airport in approx 50 minutes.
lease note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
* Main house approx. 403 sq. m. / 4,388 sq. ft.
* Wonderful period features throughout
* Stunning sea views