Sherry FitzGerald are proud to present No 29 Gray Street to the market. This property represents the ultimate in city living for the person who just wants something a little different. Seldom does a unique, exciting and most conveniently located property come to the market - however this beautiful home fits all these criteria! This contemporary end-terrace home is presented in walk-in condition making it the ideal buy for all those looking to live in this vibrant and dynamic area within a short walk of the city centre.
Beyond the handsome red brick façade lies well proportioned accommodation, which has been tastefully upgraded by its current owner. Having been featured in interiors magazine House & Home and positioned at the end of this terrace, this property offers more than meets the eye! With great sensitivity, flair and imagination, this period home has been refurbished and perfectly combines cutting-edge design with elegant old world charm.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an attractive entrance hall with custom glass & mahogany double door, which open out to an expansive and airy living room with a custom steel fireplace, Junkers Oak hardwood floor and under-floor heating. These same unique double doors carry on leading through to the bright kitchen with bespoke fitted modern units - the centre piece of which is a custom designed concrete island countertop with top of the line fittings and off the kitchen is the surprisingly spacious town garden. Upstairs the accommodation boasts two generous bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, the master of which spans the entire width of the house and a luxurious well appointed bathroom.
The location of this property is unrivalled being situated within a mere stroll of Dublin’s thriving city centre, St. Stephen’s Green with its endless surrounding shops, bars, restaurants, while the nearby Luas can swiftly whisk you further afield should you wish to do so. Residents of the locality benefit from on street disc parking although with a central location such as this, a car becomes a luxury rather than a necessity.