Welcome to 3 Grosvenor Place - an utterly stunning Victorian home, which has been magnificently refurbished with meticulous attention to detail. A happy home to the current owners, No.3 is a terrific welcoming home - great for entertaining. Indeed it has hosted many a party and special family events over the years. This gracious period home presents in walk-in condition and offers elegant, light filled accommodation using only the finest quality of materials throughout. The result is the creation of a truly spectacular family home, which provides a wealth of home comforts on this popular road in Dublin 6.
This fine family home is situated in a highly convenient and attractive location with a real sense of community, recognised as one of the finest residential roads in Dublin, close to the villages of Rathmines, Ranelagh and Harold's Cross. An abundance of amenities are literally on your doorstep to include excellent local shops, restaurants and delicatessens, a host of both junior and secondary schools, not to mention the fact that it is less than 2 miles from St. Stephen's Green. Some of Dublin's finest junior and senior schools are close by.
Extending to 3,186 sq.ft. approximately, this immensely stylish, captivating home offers elegant, versatile accommodation with a wonderful balance of both reception and bedroom space. At hall level are two gracious reception rooms with ornate ceiling coving, tall sash windows, original fireplaces with the bedroom/study located on the return. At first floor level are three light-filled bedrooms - the master with an impressive ensuite, on the second return level is bedroom no. 5 further complemented by a generous ensuite. At garden level there is a fantastic family room to the rear and beautiful light-filled kitchen to front with powder blue Aga. The gardens are a real feature and much loved, an oasis of peace with sun from dawn to dusk. The long rear garden (100m approx.) enjoys tremendous privacy being well stocked with mature shrubs, trees and an abundance of spring flowering bulbs. A large sheltered patio provides an 'al fresco' dining area, sheltered by the climber-clad walls of a great family home. A valuable rear vehicular access to laneway offers further potential to develop a mews subject to planning permission. To the front is a railed garden with gravelled driveway with parking for several cars, bordered by mature trees and shrubs. Side pedestrian access leads to the rear garden.
All in all this is undoubtedly a genuinely special and truly stylish and unique family home situated in a highly desirable location.