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Red-brick in prime area for renting


This large four-bed Edwardian redbrick home in a prime rental location will appeal to investors and owner-occupiers alike. The property is currently laid out in three one-bed flats, although many of the original features of the house, and room proportions have been retained.

In a popular neighbourhood close to upmarket Ranelagh village, this property could generate an annual rental income of between €23,000 and €25,000.

With a floor area of 180sqm, accommodation comprises an entrance hall, two large reception rooms, a kitchen-cum-dining room, family room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room.

Original features include dado rails in the hall, ornate plaster work, ceiling rose, sash windows, tiled fireplaces, wide floorboards and original doors.

The property is close to the Luas stop and Mortons Supermarket, while Ranelagh is a busy village with a great selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and speciality stores.

The property also includes off-street parking and a side entrance. To the rear of the house, there is a spacious garden of 64ft long, with potential to extend subject to planning permission.

For buyers seeking a spacious family home close to good schools and accessible to the city centre, this property also represents a good buy, and with the original room proportions largely maintained, the house could easily revert back into an elegant four- or five-bed property.

Contact: Douglas Newman Good 01 6794088

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