Carefully restored red-brick in Clontarf
Where: Carnalea, 31 Victoria Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3
Details: Four-bedroom semidetached residence
Published 24/09/2010 | 05:00
This four-bedroom, semi-detached Victorian red-brick home in Clontarf, north Dublin has been in the same family for 70 years, and dates originally from 1900.
Number 31 Victoria Road has been professionally restored, refurbished and re-decorated over that time to a very high, modern standard that also retains many of its original period features such as marble fireplaces, ceiling covings and large bay windows. Its asking price is €1,250,000.
Extending to some 291sqm in size, No. 31 Victoria Road is made up of a reception hallway, drawing room with dividing doors to the dining room which overlooks the back garden.
There is also a lounge with free-standing period cast iron stove, guest bathroom, utility, and a bespoke kitchen in Victorian hand-painted period style with integrated appliances, side-by-side fridge-freezer and cast iron radiators.
On the first floor, the master bedroom spans the entire width of the house and has a walk-in dressing room and en suite with walk-in shower. There are two other bedrooms on this level, both large double rooms, as well as a main bathroom with free standing bath and walk-in shower.
Lastly, on the second floor, the fourth bedroom has a large 'eye-brow' style dormer window allowing great views over the city. There is also a cloakroom and shower room.
Outside, the back garden is landscaped with a variety of shrubs and plants, and also has a patio area.
There is also a large rear garage for parking.
Situated on an established residential road, No. 31 is right in the heart of Clontarf and just two miles from the centre of Dublin city.
Contact Sherry FitzGerald, 01 8336555