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4 Upper Leeson Street

4 Upper Leeson Street

29 Newbridge Avenue, Sandymount

29 Newbridge Avenue, Sandymount

The assault took place on the Haddington Road in Ballsbridge

The assault took place on the Haddington Road in Ballsbridge

48 Penrose Street, Ringsend

48 Penrose Street, Ringsend

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4 Upper Leeson Street

4 Upper Leeson St, Ballsbridge, D4 €1.15m Lisney Leeson Street (01) 662 4511

In the early 2000s, Dublin city council granted planning permission for a large extension at the back of No55 Haddington Road — two storeys high and facing onto the lane that runs alongside The 51 pub. No55 is now divided into two apartments and if you want to convert it back into a single-family dwelling, you’ll have a 2,215 sq ft house with an unusual footprint.

The original house is now a duplex occupying the upper two floors including the extension, with two reception rooms and a kitchen on the lower floor and two bedrooms (one en-suite) upstairs. The raised basement is another flat with a living room, kitchen and two bedrooms.

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29 Newbridge Avenue, Sandymount

29 Newbridge Avenue, Sandymount

29 Newbridge Avenue, Sandymount

29 Newbridge Ave, Sandymount, D4 €1.3m Sherry FitzGerald Sandymount (01) 667 2244

It’s not even half a kilometre from No29 Newbridge Avenue to Lansdowne Road Dart station, and you can make a nice (though short) walk out of it by following the path along the River Dodder.

No29 is in flats at the moment but its period features have not been too badly disturbed. You’ll still find marble fireplaces inside, decorative plaster and some sash windows. Having been extended at the back, it’s 2,583 sq ft on two floors, with two flats at entrance level that still largely resemble reception rooms, and another four flats downstairs plus a utility with a door to the lawned back garden.

 

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The assault took place on the Haddington Road in Ballsbridge

The assault took place on the Haddington Road in Ballsbridge

The assault took place on the Haddington Road in Ballsbridge

55 Haddington Road, Ballsbridge, D4 €1.3m Sherry FitzGerald Ballsbridge (01) 269 8888

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In the early 2000s, Dublin city council granted planning permission for a large extension at the back of No55 Haddington Road — two storeys high and facing onto the lane that runs alongside The 51 pub. No55 is now divided into two apartments and if you want to convert it back into a single-family dwelling, you’ll have a 2,215 sq ft house with an unusual footprint.

The original house is now a duplex occupying the upper two floors including the extension, with two reception rooms and a kitchen on the lower floor and two bedrooms (one en-suite) upstairs. The raised basement is another flat with a living room, kitchen and two bedrooms.

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48 Penrose Street, Ringsend

48 Penrose Street, Ringsend

48 Penrose Street, Ringsend

48 Penrose Street, Ringsend, D4 €460k Allen & Jacobs (01) 210 0360

It’s been five years since No48 Penrose Street last sold, having fetched €418,500 in 2016, according to the Property Price Register. Its new owners refurbished it, improving the insulation, rewiring it, and putting in a new kitchen and new flooring. The ground floor is open-plan and has a living room to the front with a stove and the dining room and kitchen at the back.

A door in the kitchen leads out to a neat paved garden with a built-in seat and a pedestrian exit to a lane. The first floor has two bedrooms and a shower room, in a total floor area of 624 sq ft. The attic could be converted as well (the neighbours have done it).


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