Saturday 24 March 2018

Four on the market... in Ballsbridge

17 Waterloo Road
17 Waterloo Road
5 Ailesbury Way
21 Merrion View
64 Waterloo Road

A choice of four properties currently on the market in the much sought-after area of Ballsbridge.

17 Waterloo Road, D4 

€1.55m  Finnegan Menton (01) 614 7900

Number 17 Waterloo Road is all set to come up in the world. It's divided into seven flats at present, but the agents point out that it would make an ideal embassy. Alternatively, you could turn it into a family home. Despite having been carved up, it still has period features including high ceilings and original fireplaces. It's on three storeys with a basement, and has the makings of seven bedrooms, along with a wealth of reception rooms - a total floor area of 3,444 sq ft.

5 Ailesbury Way, D4

€1.35m DNG Central (01) 679 4088

Ailesbury Way is a gated enclave of five properties just off Ailesbury Road in Dublin 4, about 100 metres from Sydney Parade DART station. Number 5 is a three-storey detached house with five bedrooms. It has two reception rooms, as well as a black fitted kitchen and a sunroom. The first floor has two bedrooms and an office, and there are three more bedrooms above. Total area is 2,516 sq ft. The back garden is lawned with a patio and gazebo.

21 Merrion View Avenue, D4

€1.2m Bennetts (01) 260 2520

Number 21 Merrion View Avenue is around the corner from St Michael's College at Ailesbury Road. Built before World War II, Number 21 is a two-storey end-of-terrace house with three bedrooms, and a total floor space of 2,024 sq ft. On its ground floor there's a living room, family room, sunroom and a kitchen with separate utility. There's also a study. The three bedrooms are upstairs, and all are en-suite. There's parking out the front, and a pretty back garden.

64 Waterloo Road, D4

€1.45m DNG Central (01) 679 4088

The early 20th century was a good time for Church of Ireland clergymen. In the 1911 census, 64 Waterloo Road was home to Reverend John Richards Goff, his wife Alice, and their only child Eric. Number 64 has lately been in commercial use but is ripe for conversion to a family house. It's on two storeys over garden level, with two large reception rooms on the hall floor, two more in the basement, and three bedrooms on the first floor.

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