Number 11 The Laundry is a charming, cut-stone terraced townhouse located in a gated development at Hybreasal, close to Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin 8. Hybreasal was formerly known as St Patrick's House and run as a nursing home for older people by the Little Sisters of the Poor until 1994 when it was bought by Bovale developments and converted into residential housing.
Hybreasal consists of the impressive main cut-stone granite building, as well as The Laundry, The Paddocks and The Farmyard, which were ancillary buildings.
Inside, Number 11 consists of an entrance hall, living/dining room and kitchen on the ground floor, while upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The open-plan living/dining room is a bright space and currently decorated in bold colours, with a timber floor and open fireplace.
The separate kitchen has a tiled floor and splash-back, with a range of wall and floor units. The house extends to 72.5sqm (780sq ft) in size and has a BER rating of E1. Outside, the property has a patio garden to the rear and overlooks the manicured communal gardens of the development to the front.
It comes with a designated parking space. Hybreasal is situated just off South Circular Road, with all amenities such as shops, bars, restaurants within walking distance.
The area also has excellent transport links, with the local Luas stop located close by at Suir Road. Our Lady's Hospital in Crumlin is within walking distance of the house so it may appeal to doctors or nurses working there.
Enquiries to Sherry FitzGerald Ranelagh on 01 4969909.