Home with income perk Price: €550,000
Where: 33 Iona Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
Details: Period redbrick in two three-bed apartments
Published 18/02/2011 | 05:00
One of North Dublin's most popular neighbourhoods just 3km from the city centre, Iona Road is renowned for its stock of fine Edwardian homes built by Alexander Strain.
Number 33 has had its price reduced from €695,000 to €550,000 and has potential to provide both a home and an income.
With an overall floor area of 158sqm, it is currently laid out in two separate apartments. Consequently the house might also appeal to two friends or siblings wishing to buy together. Alternatively with a little work it could revert back into a large four-bedroom home.
One of just two Tudor-style homes on the road, it is well maintained, most of the original features are intact and include stained glass windows, marble fireplaces, picture rails and decorative plasterwork.
The property has been rewired and fitted with new windows, and each apartment has its own heating system.
The ground floor apartment comprises a living/dining room, kitchenette, guest WC, and three en suite bedrooms. The living/dining area is to the front of the house and has a nice marble fireplace and large bay window. The original dining room is a bedroom with en suite, while the kitchenette area is in the under stairs space.
Upstairs the second apartment is laid out in similar style with a small kitchen, living/dining area and three en suite bedrooms.
To the rear of the house there is a large and well-laid out garden.
Contact: Sherry FitzGerald 01 8373737