Take four: Terraces
What: Five-bedroom terraced Victorian residence Where: 25 Adelaide Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin
The Victorican terrace at number 25 provides a very substantial 3,400 sq ft of accomodation.
Many original features have been retained, but as the property is currently laid out in office accommodation, there is some cash to be spent reverting to a family home.
This should be reasnably straight-forward given a planning application for this purpose has already been submitted.
It helps that two similar properties on the street were both granted permission to change to residential use; the area is zoned Objective A, with priority for residential.
Enquiries to: DNG (01) 2301616
WHAT: TWO-BEDROOM EXTENDED TERRACE
WHERE: 8 DODDER TERRACE, DUBLIN 4
This two-bed is picturesque and at just 869 sq ft it won't house a big family but if location is everything . . .
Behind the soft red brick façade are two decent living areas – the kitchen, extended to 12'7" x 13'10") and the contemporary living room with tiled floor, which has a couple of nice feature windows. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, back to back and a bathroom.
The rear garden has been decked and there is ivy overhang. There is on-street parking only, but the DART at Landsdowne is a few minutes' walk.
Enquiries to: Savills, Dublin 2. (01) 6634328
What: Three-bedroom terraced period house
Where: 47 Charleville Avenue, North Strand, Dublin 3
A TWO/THREE bedroom over basement on Dublin's North Strand, Number 47 is new to market.
The owners have maintained the period feel with the decorative plaster cornicing and hallway arch. These are complemented by the original varnished floorboards throughout.
The master bed is located to the rear, over-looking the garden. There are two interconnecting rooms at the basement level, one is used as a third bedroom, but could easily be an office, study or sitting room. The second is a living room and there is a separate kitchen and utility.
There is the possibility for further development of the attic. The roof was slated and re-felted 10 years ago.
There is a private walled garden which has been nicely gravelled with raised beds and a small courtyard.
The North Strand road is a ten minute walk from the IFSC so may suit a financial type.
Enquiries to: Gallagher Quigley (01) 8183000
What: Three-bedroom terrace
Where: 6 Yewlands, Maryborough Woods, Douglas, Cork
YEWLANDS is a popular, mature estate so this three-bedroom terrace will appeal to families or first time buyers. Douglas is 5km from Cork city and Yewlands is across the road from the Maryborough House Hotel on the south of the city.
The L-shaped kitchen/diner accesses the back garden and measures 18'5” x 17'6” and there is a living room up front. There are two double and one single bedroom, the master en-suite. There is room for off-street parking and those liking a maintenance free garden will find the back gravelled with minimal shrubbery.
It comes with a B3 energy rating. Enquiries to: Sherry Fitzgerald, Cork (021) 4273041