3 bedroom terraced house for sale
Ireland - Dublin, Dundrum
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- Stone built 19th century home
- Abundant with Period features
- Large rear Garden
- Proximate to many local amenities
- Fully alarmed
- Mains Electricity
- Telephone Points
Built in 1835 by John and Charles Sibthorpe and owned by the same family for over a century, rarely does such a unique and exciting property come to the market. As you enter, the Victorian brass door knocker sets the tone for what is to come in this charming period residence. To this day it retains many of its original features, such as high ceilings, coving, ceiling roses, open fireplaces and original sash windows.
Laid out over two floors the accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, office, bathroom, kitchen and lean to utility area. Upstairs there are three bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom another with en-suite WC, and main shower room. To the rear there is a large mature garden with an abundance of fine plants and trees with a convenient brick built shed. The vendor has been advised that the roof, whilst currently in good order will require attention in a few years. This has been taken into consideration in the asking price.
The house is located Adjacent to Airfield Estate, which under the direction of the Airfield Trust will remain a natural haven for wildlife, nature and education far into the future assuring the privacy and seclusion of this fine home for generations to come. It is also within a few minute's walk of the Dundrum Shopping Centre and the Ballally, Kilmacud or Dundrum Luas Stations. The location also benefits from a good range of bus services and is enhanced by an enviable selection of well-established junior and secondary schools at hand including St. Theresa's Primary, Mount Anville, Alexandra College, Gonzaga, Muckross, Blackrock College to mention a few as well as convenient to U.C.D. Belfield and the city centre colleges. Transport links abound including the N11, QBC and easy access to the M50.
- Dublin (International), 17.7 miles
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