This four-bedroom home in Mount Merrion is on the market for €1.15 million
The 1920s house has an interesting dropped-level living space, as well as a large garden.
Situated in the sought-after area of Mount Merrion, 37 Saint Thomas Road is a four-bedroom house that was built in the 1920s, with elements of its original design still evident, although it has been modernised throughout.
The entrance hallway is bright thanks to glass panelling in and around the front door. A wooden floor continues through to both the living room and dining room, both to the left of this space.
The living room has French doors that lead out to a patio in the garden, while a folding door that leads to the dining room can be left open to create a connection between these spaces. The dining room also looks out to the garden.
An office space sits adjacent to the dining room, while to the right is the large kitchen and breakfast room. A U-shaped kitchen with traditional units is painted in a light cream, making it feel bright. There is space for a table and chairs with skylights overhead, giving plenty of natural light.
From here, a flight of stairs leads down to a large additional living space, set on a lower level thanks to a slope on the site. This double-height space has a stove, as well as French doors that open out to the garden, while a laundry room sits off this space.
On the main level of the house are the two bedrooms, while upstairs are two further bedrooms, one that is particularly large, while the smaller one is used by the current owners as an additional office space.
Outside, the garden is nicely planted, while the multiple patio areas are sheltered and perfect for enjoying warmer days.
This home is situated close to UCD, as well as the south Dublin coastline, while the nearby DART gives easy access to the city centre. Click through our gallery for the full tour of this home, which is on sale through Hooke & MacDonald.