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589 North Circular Road, North Circular Road, Dublin 1, D01HY38€399,999 E1

2 Bed End of Terrace House 71 m² / 764 ft² For Sale

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Description

PROPERTY PARTNERS O’BRIEN SWAINE offer this extremely rare opportunity to acquire a truly unique residence which has been created and designed by acclaimed architect Tom de Paor. Positioned at the end of a distinctive Victorian terrace on the corner of Mountjoy Parade and the North Circular Road, No. 589 is a rare find.

Inside the unassuming entrance viewers will be instantly impressed by the well laid out interior. The intelligent use of space and light throughout this stunning home is appealing in a practical and visual sense. What was originally a two storey over basement end of terrace with rear access, is now a well-designed home of comfortable proportions.

Beyond the front door, the entrance hall leads directly to an open staircase, leading you below street level to an open plan livingroom area, dining area and kitchen. To the rear of the property large bi-fold wooden doors open to allow access to the rear courtyard. At the opposite end of the room, you will find a mahogany fitted kitchen with access to a front service courtyard. The floors are finished in a low maintenance Carrera marble and the room benefits floor to ceiling storage units.

Back on street level the main reception room has a large square window which is glazed with frosted glass allowing light to flood the room but also provides privacy. The bathroom is split level with a sunken bath on the lower level and WC & sink on the upper level. Above that there are two good sized double bedrooms with original cast iron fireplace in the front room.

Superb location on the North Circular Road approximately 1.4 kilometres from the IFSC, less than 1 kilometre to Connolly train station and approximately 2 kilometres to the Dublin Port tunnel. The M50 and M1 interchange is approximately 6 kilometres away and Dublin Airport is approximately 8 kilometres away. Walking distance to Dublin City Centre and all the amenities a capital City has to offer.
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Accommodation includes: Entrance Hall, reception room, kitchen/ dining/ living area, storage room, split level bathroom and 2 bedrooms

Features

SPECIAL FEATURES
• End of Terrace
• Architect designed residence by Tom De Paor
• Two storeys over basement
• Excellent storage
• Walled courtyard
• Bi- fold doors
• Cast Iron fireplace
• Rear access
• Split level bathroom
• Beautiful views overlooking Croke Park
• BER : E1
• Approximately 71 sq metres
• Great location walking distance to Dublin City Centre

BER Details

BER: E1

Accommodation

Entrance hall: 1.0m x 1.0m

Reception: 4.3m x 2.2m
Recessed lighting

Hallway: 2.1m x 0.8
Timber flooring, access to storage and built-in storage drawer

Bathroom: 2.0m x 1.6m
Tiled floors and walls, sunken bath with pump shower, WHB

Staircase: Timber flooring and timber panel walls

WC: 2.0m x 1.4m
Tiled floor, WC, WHB, vanity mirror, built in storage area and plenty of counter space, heating thermostat

Bedroom 1: 4.4m x 3.4m
Built in wardrobes, cast iron feature fireplace, high ceilings (3.2metres high), finished with ornate coving

Bedroom 2: 3.1m x 3.0m
Solid timber flooring, door to window balcony

Basement Level

Livingroom/ Kitchen: 8.3m x 3.1m
Carrera marble flooring, Bi-fold doors to rear courtyard, open solid fuel fireplace, vertical radiator, recessed lighting, electrical roller doors to rear courtyard, gas boiler

Kitchen Area:
Floor mounted timber units with built-in stainless-steel sink, integrated oven & hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, floor to ceiling storage units, access to storage area to the front of the property and outside front yard

Storage Room: 1.8m x 1.0m
Tiled floors, low maintenance panelled walls, access to front service courtyard below ground level.

OUTSIDE
Front: Front path with original wrought iron railings, delivery access to the front courtyard below ground level

Rear: Fully walled and very private, loose stone finish with raised planted area, timber pergola above the seating area, pedestrian access to the rear of the courtyard leading onto Mountjoy Parade.


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