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5 Rosemount Road, Phibsborough, Dublin 7

€695,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 148 sqm approx

Features

  • Under floor heating in kitchen
  • Beautiful Victorian era family home
  • Renovated & extended in 2009 with beautiful aging cedar cladding and zinc roofing.
  • Gardens designed by ThinkOutside Landscapers
  • Bathroom fittings Duravit and Hans Grohe and Gessi fittings
  • Gas fired central heating with combination boiler
  • Cat 6 network cabling throughout
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Description

Behind the pretty red brick exterior lies a surprisingly spacious and beautiful family home which has been refurbished and extended in 2009 at ground and first floor level to provide charming reception rooms, a stunning kitchen/ living/ dining room extension and ample bedroom accommodation plus the benefit of an attic conversion. The owners have been careful to retain all the original features which combined with stylish modern decor creates a lovely family home, the kitchen is ultra-modern as are the bathrooms giving the best of period charm and contemporary design. Tucked away on a quiet cul de sac where properties seldom come to the market, this is a rare opportunity to acquire a house with no work needed, just simply move in.

The accommodation comprises hallway with polished wooden floor and guest w.c, the two inter connecting reception rooms both have cast iron fireplaces, ceiling covings and polished wooden floors, the kitchen is filled with natural light which floods through the many roof windows, there is an extensive range of floor and wall units and work surfaces with fitted oven, hob and extractor fan. A feature brick wall is a lovely acknowledgement of the original house in an otherwise very contemporary space. Upstairs there are three large bedrooms one with en suite shower room, family bathroom and a converted attic.

The garden to the front is railed and laid in low maintenance chippings while the rear garden is laid in patio and lawn with colourful plants and flowers, extends to approx 6.5m x 5.5m and is not overlooked to the rear ensuring great privacy.

This sought after road is located off the North Circular Road a couple of minutes’ walk from Phibsborough Village and Stoneybatter, with their abundance of trendy cafes and bars, many shops, wellness centres and amenities. There is a real red brick charm of old Dublin combined with the feel of a bustling village.

There are plenty of national and secondary schools within easy reach as well as the new DIT campus at Grangegorman. Commuting to the city centre is a leisurely stroll, there are plenty of bus routes passing through Phibsborough including the 46A with the soon to open LUAS stop within a few minutes’ walk. Only 20 minutes walk to the beautiful Phoenix Park and Botanic Gardens.

Rooms

  • Hallway (7.8m x 1.4m Large welcoming hallway with polished wooden floor, ceiling covings, picture rails and ceiling rose. There is a guest w.c.)
  • Living Room (3.8m x 3.5m Bright spacious living room to the front with a large sash window with working shutters, the main focal point of the room is the cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, other features include the original polished floor boards, picture rails, ceiling covings and rose. An opening leads through to the dining room.)
  • Dining room (3.7m x 3.6m This is another beautiful reception room with a cast iron fireplace with tiled inset, polished wooden floor, picture rails, ceiling covings and rose. There are fitted bookshelves and an opening leading to the kitchen.)
  • Kitchen/ Living / Dining (8.3m x 5.0m The kitchen is heart of this home and has been designed to maximise the light which floods through the roof windows and large windows overlooking the garden. There is an extensive range of fitted floor and wall units with plenty of work surfaces, a bank of units offers ample storage and plumbing for the washing machine and dryer. A spacious dining area and seating area overlook the garden. The floor is laid in porcelain tiles with the benefit of under floor heating.)
  • Bedroom 1 (5.0m x 3.6m The main room spans the entire width of the property and is lit by two large sash windows with the original fireplace, polished wooden floor, picture rails, ceiling covings and rose and plenty of fitted wardrobe space.)
  • Bedroom 2 (3.6m x 3.6m Large double room with the original fireplace, polished wooden floor, picture rails, ceiling covings and rose.)
  • Bedroom 3 (3.5m 3.1m Large double room part of the two storey extension with a very large window allowing great views of Phibsborough. There is a wall of sliding wardrobes.)
  • En suite (2.0m x 1.2m Fully tiled wet room with suite comprising w.c, w.h.b and shower.)
  • Bathroom (3.5m x 1.5m The main family bathroom comprises w.c, w.h.b, bath and separate shower. Fully tiled.)
  • Attic (5.0m x 3.6m The attic has been converted and has a wooden floor and plenty of under eaves storage. Skylights allow great views across the rooftops towards Phibsborough village.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C2
  • Number: 105283030
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 187.75 kWh/m²/yr

About the Area

Phibsboro is a mixed commercial and residential neighbourhood, located about two kilometres north of the city centre, in Dublin 7. The commercial centre of Phibsborough is located around the crossroads of the Phibsborough and North Circular Roads, commonly known as Doyle's Corner. Since the economic expansion of Dublin in the sixties this area has in the way that Ranelagh, Rathmines and Harold's Cross did to the south city business district. With the convenient location, combined with easy access and good public transport facilities, there has been an increased demand for new flats and townhouse projects.

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