High ceilings and bow windows in Glasnevin
Published 02/04/2010 | 05:00
This three-bedroom semi-detached home in Glasnevin, north Dublin was originally built by Alexander Strain around 1929, and is on the market right now with an asking price of €660,000.
Totalling some 124sqm in size, 32 Cremore Road has kept many of its original period features including high ceilings, bow windows and picture rails.
Downstairs there's a large entrance hall, and two good-sized reception rooms -- a living room whose bow window has stained glass detail, and a dining room with a picture window overlooking the garden.
The kitchen and breakfast room has fitted cupboards and units.
Upstairs, there is the main bathroom which has a wheelchair accessible shower, and three bedrooms: a master with bow window and built-in wardrobes, a double bedroom and a single, both with built-in wardrobes.
Outside, there's a lawned garden to the front with a driveway leading to the garage, while the back garden extends to 66ft (20m) with paved patio and three storage sheds. This space has lots of room for expansion subject to planning permission.
Glasnevin is well serviced by churches, schools, auniversity, shops and amenities such as the National Botanic Gardens and Na Fianna GAA Grounds. Cremore Road is a short drive from Dublin City Centre, Dublin Airport, and the M1 and M50 motorways. Several bus routes also serve the city centre.
Contact Lisney, 01 8840700