Sherry FitzGerald are proud to present no.9 Seafort Parade to the market. This two storey over garden level Edwardian home exhumes charm and character throughout.
Built in the early 1900’s, this attractive partly red brick home boasts original features such as sash windows, cast iron fireplaces, high ceilings and ceiling coving. It is further enhanced by the panoramic sea views across Dublin bay and a south facing rear courtyard which enjoys sun throughout the day. While in need of modernising, there is huge potential for the discerning purchaser to upgrade this deceptively spacious home.
Rising up the granite steps, you enter at hall level where the accommodation comprises of a bright and spacious living room to the rear and a good sized bedroom to the front which enjoys sea views. Rising upstairs there are two bedrooms, a sizeable double with views to the park and Dublin bay, and a generous single room to the rear. On this floor there is also a family bathroom. At garden level there is a large dining room spanning the width of the house with access to fully enclosed and sunny rear courtyard, a kitchen with floor level units, a guest wc, under stairs cellar and storage space. There is ample on street parking and residents can attain a permit.
Enjoying a lovely location along mature and quiet residential road adjacent to Blackrock Park. There is a wealth of amenities right on your doorstep with Blackrock and Booterstown villages just a short stroll away offering a selection of boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops as well as enjoyable costal walks. This home is also within striking distance of some of Dublin’s most highly regarded schools and Universities including Blackrock College, St. Andrew's College, Dominican college, numerous National Schools and University College Dublin. The area is well served by an excellent public transport network with the DART at Booterstown station and several bus routes within a five minute walk providing access to the city centre and beyond.
This property must be seen to be fully appreciated, viewing is highly recommended.