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Terenure gentility


No18 Ashfield Park in Terenure

No18 Ashfield Park in Terenure

No18 Ashfield Park in Terenure

In 1911, soon after 18 Ashfield Park in Terenure was built, it housed two middle-class Protestant families. A Methodist widow lived there with her schoolteacher daughter, and a Presbyterian agricultural engineer and his wife were at the same address.

The house still has all the hallmarks of respectability today. It's a genteel semi-detached of 1,510 sq ft, with interconnecting reception rooms. A lounge with a cast-iron fireplace and bay window communicates via folding doors to a dining room. There's also a TV room with a solid-fuel stove, a galley kitchen and a guest toilet on this level.

On the first-floor return is a bathroom with claw-foot bath, while there are three bedrooms on the first floor proper and a fourth on the second-floor return.

To the front is a small railed garden, while the back garden is mostly paved but with plenty of greenery. A garage at the end gives access to a lane behind the house.

It's on the market for €750,000 with DNG Terenure (01) 490 9000.

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