Martin Doyle

42 Geraldine Street, Phibsborough, Dublin 7

€425,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 108 sqm approx

Situated on this pretty tree lined street, No. 42 Geraldine Street is a deceptively spacious period residence with has been extended and upgraded in recent years while retaining all the period charm of the Victorian era. The acommodation is both bright and spacious with large reception rooms and ample bedroom space.

The accommodation comprises a large entrance hallway with polished wooden floor leading to two reception rooms both with high ceilings, polished wooden floors and cast iron fireplaces, the room to the rear would be an ideal third bedroom if desired. The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall units with tiled floor and splashback, there is plenty of room for a dining table and double doors lead to the garden. There is also a utility room and shower room at this level. Upstairs there are two bedrooms both with fitted wradrobes and a family bathroom. To the rear there is a city garden measuring approx 10m x 2.5m with rear pedestrian access.

Situated just off Berkeley Road, one of the most convenient locations in the city, this property enjoys a superb location just a short stroll from Phibsborough Village with its many shops, restaurants and cafes and is within comfortable walking distance of the city centre, The Phoenix Park, The Botanic Gardens and Smithfield Village. There are numerous bus routes passing through Phibsborough with the nearby LUAS due to begin service in 2017. The property is within minutes of The Four Courts, Law Library, King’s Inns, Blackhall Place, The Mater Hospital and the new DIT Campus at Grangegorman.

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Cherrymount House, Cherrymount Park, North Circular Road, Dublin 7

€850,000 - Asking Price|7 Bedrooms, 310 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present Cherrymount House to the market, having been in the same family for over fifty years the property last came to the market in 1965. Hidden away behind high beech hedges and mature trees, Cherrymount is a unique late Georgian/ early Victorian detached house built c.1834 and extended a number of times since to create a large rambling home with the feel and atmosphere of a country house yet within walking distance of the city centre. Featured in the first edition of the Ordnance Survey map in 1837, Cherry mount was one of the early houses to be built on the North Circular Road and originally had a tree lined entrance directly from the North Circular Road and stood on much larger gardens, today the house is accessed via Cherrymount Park and stands on a still substantial site of approx. 0.17 hectares/0.42acres, the grounds surround the property and ensure privacy and seclusion. The property retains many original features including oriel windows to the ground floor front elevation, fireplaces, ceiling covings and an interesting two storey turret to the rear.

The accommodation in the main house comprises an entrance hallway with reception rooms either side, the drawing room to the left is a magnificent room with high ceiling and a beautiful Adams style fireplace as the main focal point, to the right there is another large reception room originally the dining room with bay window. A corridor leads to a third reception room another beautiful room with a feature cast iron fireplace and two sash windows overlooking the front garden. Also on this level there are two bedrooms, a kitchen, guest w.c. and shower room. A door from the hallway leads to the staircase hall with a wide staircase rising to the first floor. Upstairs there are five bedrooms, 4 kitchenettes and a bathroom.

To the side of the property there is a separate two storey mews approx. 80sqm with its own entrance and accommodation comprising living room, kitchen, shower room, three bedrooms and bathroom. To the rear there are two single storey chalet style units approx. 17sqm and 28sqm.

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11 St Mobhi Drive, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

€1,050,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 192 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 11 St Mobhi Drive to the market, positioned on one of the most prestigious roads in Glasnevin, this quiet road of period houses are noted for their large front gardens and fabulous views over Glasnevin towards the city. No. 11 has been refurbished and extended to the rear to provide extensive accommodation suitable for family living, the attic 26sqm 280sqft approx has been converted and comprises two attic rooms, one with en suite shower room, the gardens are a particular feature of the property having been planted and maintained to a very high standard by the current owner.

The accommodation comprises a large welcoming hallway with guest w.c, two large reception rooms either side of the hall, both rooms are large entertaining spaces with marble fireplaces and polished wooden floors, the living room to the left has double doors to the conservatory which in turn has French doors to the garden, the dining room to the right has dual aspect windows, the kitchen is very large with an extensive range of solid timber floor and wall units. Upstairs there are four large double bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. The attic has been converted and comprises two attic spaces one with en suite shower room and plenty of under eaves storage.

The gardens are a beautiful having been lovingly tended with an abundance of plants, flowers and shrubs, with a large lawn area to the front with parking for numerous cars, a side gate leads to the rear garden laid in lawn with a beautiful stone wall as the boundary with a barbeque area and patio areas.

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21 Iona Park, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

€950,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 138 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 21 Iona Park to the market, this beautiful Alexander Strain built family home has been refurbished to a very high standard while retaining numerous period features such as stain glass insets, marble fireplaces, cast iron fireplaces and detailed plasterwork. The decor is stylish and modern with a beautiful bespoke fitted kitchen and luxurious bathroom fittings among the features. The property has the added bonus of a converted attic approx 178sqft with a sunny west facing garden and off street parking. No 21 is tucked away at the end of Iona Park with plenty of parking.

The accommodation comprises entrance hall with guest w.c and original plaster details, living room to the front with marble fireplace, ceiling covings and a large bay window which floods the room with light. Double doors lead to the dining room with a marble fireplace and door to the garden. The kitchen is fabulous with an extensive range of hand made solid timber units with Silestone counter tops, the dining area overlooks the rear garden with French doors giving access to the patio. Upstairs there is a very large bathroom, hotpress and bedroom on the return, while on the first floor the main room spans the width of the property with bay window, cast iron fireplace and a wall of fitted wardrobes, the second bedroom on this level is also a large double with cast iron fireplace. The attic has been converted with the large landing area currently used as a study. The west facing garden approx 70ft (max) is very low maintenance with side pedestrian access and vehicular access.

Iona Park has long been regarded as one of the most prestigious locations in Glasnevin just a short stroll from both Drumcondra and Phibsborough villages and within a gentle stroll of the city centre. There are many amenities such as Griffith Park, the Botanic Gardens and Na Fianna GAA club. The area has a number good national and secondary schools. Convenient to the Four Courts, Law Library, King’s Inns and Blackhall Place this fantastic property will appeal to those seeking a large family home in a superb location.

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501 Gracepark Manor, Drumcondra, Dublin 9

€975,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 265 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 501 Gracepark Manor to the market.

This is a spectacular four bedroom penthouse apartment with stunning interiors, five private terraces, a double garage and incredible views across Dublin city. The property extends to approx 265 sqm / 2,852 sq ft. Built in 2002 by Cosgraves, the development has become one of the most sought after addresses on the Northside of Dublin.

Upon entering this fine property, there is a welcoming hallway with roof windows providing a light filled entrance and modern bathroom with sauna. From here, there is a fabulous living room with large windows with stunning views overlooking Dublin City and access to a private terrace. Double doors lead from the hallway into the dining room, a spacious area for a large dining table in turn leads into a storage area and opens in the kitchen. There is access to a private terrace. The kitchen has an extensive range of floor and eye level units. A utility room provides additional floor and wall units, sink, oven & hob. There are four large double bedrooms (three with en suites), the main master suite has a large walk in dressing room. All the bedrooms have access to private terraces. A large office/ study is fitted with built in desk and storage presses.

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1 Gartan Avenue, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

€850,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 167 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 1 Gartan Avenue to the market, this beautiful Alexander Strain built family home has been very well cared for over the years and now gives the new owners the opportunity to place their own stamp on the property. All the ingredients are in place for a great family home such as original features, bright spacious reception rooms, ample bedroom accommodation and a lovely west facing rear garden. Gartan Avenue is a quiet road of only 10 houses which links Iona Road to Lindsay Road and enjoys a peaceful setting.

The accommodation comprises entrance hall with original plaster details, a living room to the front with marble fireplace, ceiling covings and double doors leading to the dining room with a matching marble fireplace. A large breakfast room leads to the kitchen which is fitted with floor and wall units. Upstairs there is a bathroom, w.c and double bedroom on the return, while on the first floor there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a single room, on the second floor the fifth bedroom is a generous double. The west facing garden extends to approx 80ft and is laid in lawn.

Gartan Avenue has long been regarded as one of the most prestigious locations in Glasnevin, just a short stroll from both Drumcondra and Phibsborough villages and within walking distance of the city centre. There are many local amenities such as Griffith Park, the Botanic Gardens and Na Fianna GAA club closeby. The area has a large number of good national and secondary schools. Within easy reach of Dublin City University, convenient to the Four Courts, Law Library, King’s Inns, Blackhall Place and the IFSC, this fantastic property will appeal to those seeking a large family home in a superb location.

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37 Great Western Square, Phibsborough, Dublin 7

€475,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 90 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to offer 37 Great Western Square to the market, positioned on the west side of this beautiful square which was designated by Dublin City Council as an Architectural Conservation Area with the objective of preserving and protecting the architectural character of the area. Located just off the North Circular Road, this beautiful late Victorian square was built in 1884 by Great Western Railways for the employees of the railway and are built facing a beautiful tree lined park which is a terrific amenity for the local community.

The house has been modernised by the current owner and offers spacious, light filled accommodation with modern fixtures and fittings giving the property a very stylish contemporary feel which will appeal to those seeking a bright and spacious home. Every inch of available space has been utilised with the emphasis on clean lines and storage.

The accommodation comprises hallway with exposed brick wall leading to the open plan living/ dining room which feels very spacious due to the high ceilings. There are two feature fireplaces and the dining area has French doors to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a modern range of floor and wall units. There is a useful downstairs wet room. There is solid oak flooring laid throughout the entire ground floor. A spiral staircase leads to the first floor where the landing has a large window allowing light to pour in, this area could be used as a study/ home office area. The main bedroom spans the width of the property and has two windows offering beautiful views of the square, there is a feature fireplace. The second bedroom faces west and has fitted storage. A family bathroom completes the accommodation. A pull down ladder leads to the attic which has been floored and fitted with velux windows.

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38 Glengarriff Parade, Phibsborough, Dublin 7

€450,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 100 sqm approx

Set on a bright prominent position with a great view down Innisfallen Parade, this beautiful bay windowed villa style residence has been very well cared for over the years and benefits from a large two storey extension to the rear. Well maintained throughout, the property has been modernised while retaining the charm and character of the Victorian era.

The accommodation comprises a large hallway leading to the living room to the front with feature fireplace and a bay window which floods the room with light, this room could be used as a fourth bedroom if desired, steps lead downstairs to the dining room which leads to the galley style kitchen, a door in turn leads to the garden. There are two shower rooms and a bedroom at this level. A stairs in the two storey extension leads to a large double bedroom. There is another stairs from the main hallway to a double bedroom and another large room with skylight.

The garden is a real bonus measuring approx 5.8m x 5.4m with a sunny westerly orientation.

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8 Iona Crescent, Glasnevin, Dublin 9

€895,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 153 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald are delighted to present 8 Iona Crescent to the market, this beautiful Alexander Strain built semi detached period residence retains many of the original Edwardian features including marble fireplaces, cast iron fireplaces, ceiling covings and picture rails combined with a beautifully planted rear garden which extends to approx. 75ft x 33ft. An added bonus is the detached garage to the side and a driveway which provides off street parking.

The accommodation comprises a porch and entrance hall with beautiful hall door with stain glass inset. A large living room features an impressive marble fireplace with tiled inset, the bay window floods the room with light and double doors lead through to the dining room also with original marble fireplace and detailed plasterwork, the rear and side windows retain the original stain glass insets.

On the ground floor return there is a breakfast room with the original fitted dresser leading to the kitchen which is fitted with a range of floor and wall units.

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