The property, which has been refurbished and extended comprises a garden level two-bedroom apartment and a two-bedroom duplex on the upper two floors. A flight of steps leads to the front door with stained glass fanlight and side panels. The first unit comprises an entrance hall leading to the first reception room featuring sash window with working shutters, original period fireplace and timber flooring.
From here, double doors open to the dining room also with period fireplace. To the rear is a bright kitchen / breakfast room fitted with a modern wall and floor units, a 5 ring gas hob, extractor fan, oven, integrated fridge/freezer and integrated dishwasher. There is a door to the terrace with steps down to the garden. A storeroom and shower room complete the accommodation on this level.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms. The main bedroom features original sash window with working shutters, fitted wardrobes and ensuite. The second bedroom also features recessed lighting and original window. Further accommodation on this floor includes a bathroom and study area off the landing.
The garden level apartment comprises an entrance lobby with tiled floor opening to the living room with recessed lighting and stainless-steel contemporary fireplace. Double doors open to the kitchen / breakfast room fitted with wall and floor units, gas hob, extractor, oven, integrated dishwasher and recessed lighting. The rear hall includes a bathroom with bath and overhead shower. There is also a utility closet, storage closet and door to the courtyard. The bedrooms are located to the rear both with built in wardrobes. The property features original detailing including ceiling cornices, centre roses, sash windows with shutters and period fireplaces. The garden is laid out in gravel and enjoys a south westerly aspect.
There are few residential properties located in such a prime location, so close to Dublin City Centre with all of its services and amenities. Within minutes’ walk is Merrion Square, one of Dublin’s finest Georgian squares, and home to the National Museum of Ireland and Leinster House. At the other end of the road is the Grand Canal, a tranquil area in the heart of the city with walking and cycling trails and a host of restaurants and cafes nearby.
Baggot Street and Haddington Road are both home to some of Dublin’s finest dining options, with shops, bars and cafes all in abundance here. Grand Canal Dock is also in close proximity as is Grafton Street and St. Stephens Green. The convenience of Haddington Road cannot be overstated, with all of the city’s amenities on its doorstep. An excellent selection of schools are within the vicinity to include Loreto College and St Conleth’s College while Trinity College is also a short walk.
- Gas fired central heating
- An abundance of period features
- Alarm system
- Timber sash windows with working shutters
- Potential to convert 2 units back into a single dwelling