Charleville Road is regarded as one of the most beautiful streets in Dublin 7, lined with impressive red brick period homes, many of which have been restored to their former glory in recent years, the street links the North Circular Road to the New Cabra Road and is located beside every possible amenity. No 16 is an spacious and very well maintained end of terrace property which retains many original period features including marble fireplaces, cast iron fireplaces, window shutters and ceiling covings, the house will suit a family seeking space and large gardens. The accommodation comprises an elegant hallway with guest w.c. There are two large interconnecting reception rooms both with impressive marble fireplaces, polished wooden floors and high ceilings with covings, the living room to the front has a bay window flooding the room with light while the dining room has similar generous proportions. Located off the hallway, the kitchen is fitted with a range of modern floor and wall units with an opening leading to a family sitting room which in turn has double doors to the terrace. Upstairs there are three large double bedrooms, the main room spans the width of the property while the other two bedrooms are also large doubles. All bedrooms retain their original cast iron fireplaces. A family bathroom completes the accommodation. To the front the garden has been laid in lawn and bordered by mature plants and shrubs with side pedestrian access. The rear garden extends to approx. 20m is laid in lawn with patio areas and a garage approx. 7.1m x 2.2m Charleville Road 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, Stoneybatter & Smithfield. There are numerous bus routes passing through Phibsborough as well as the nearby LUAS. The property is within minutes of The Four Courts, Law Library, King's Inns, Blackhall Place, The Mater Hospital and the Technological University Dublin (TUD) campus at Grangegorman
Entrance Hallway - 10m x 1.7m Large entrance hallway with high ceiling giving a sense of the grandeur of the house. Many of the original features have been retained including polished wooden floor, dado rails, ceiling covings and ceiling rose. There is a useful under stairs storage cupboard. Guest w.c. - 2.4m x 0.8m With w.c and wash hand basin. Living Room - 4.5m x 4.2m With an impressive marble fireplace as the main focal point, this beautiful reception room has a large bay window which allows light to stream through the room and into the dining room. Original features include window shutters, polished wooden floor, picture rails, ceiling covings and ceiling rose. Double doors lead to the dining room. Dining Room - 4.4m x 4m Another large reception room with marble fireplace, polished wooden floor, window shutters, picture rails, ceiling covings and ceiling rose. Kitchen - 4.7m x 3.7m Located at the end of the hallway, the kitchen is fitted with a range of modern floor and wall units with the original brick chimney breast as a lovely feature. An opening leads to the family sitting room. Family Room - 4.7m x 3.8m This light filled room is an ideal family sitting area with tiled floor, skylights and double doors to the terrace. Bedroom 1 - 6.3m x 4m This is a magnificent main bedroom spanning the width of the property with cast iron fireplace, polished wooden floor, ceiling covings and two large windows with shutters. Bedroom 2 - 4.4m x 4.1m Another large double room with cast iron fireplace, polished wooden floor and ceiling covings. Bedroom 3 - 3.8m x 3.4m Located on the return this is a generous sized double room with cast iron fireplace and wooden floor. Bathroom - 2.3m x 2m With suite comprising w.c, wash hand basin and cast iron bath. There are paneled walls, a heated towel rail and a mirrored storage press.
BER: D2 BER No: 115373771 Energy Performance Indicator: 277.95 kWh/m2/yr