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This Georgian Ranelagh home is on the market for €1.5 million


By Megan Burns
29th Nov 2021
This Georgian Ranelagh home is on the market for €1.5 million

Situated on a square of similar homes, it has plenty of period features and is spread over four levels.

Just a short walk from the centre of Ranelagh village in Dublin, 26 Mountpleasant Square is a three bedroom home that has many of the features you would expect of a Georgian house.

You enter the home through the front door with a fanlight into the entrance hallway, which features a wooden floor and decorative ceiling coving.

To the left of the hallway is the interconnected drawing room and dining room. Both have high ceilings, a sash window, wooden floors and large fireplaces. The dining room has shelving built into the alcoves.

The drawing room looks out to the square, while the dining room has a view of the rear garden. There is also a bathroom at the back of the house on this level.

On the garden level is an open plan living, kitchen and dining room. There is terrazzo flooring throughout this space, and a solid fuel stove in the living area. The kitchen has a large island unit with polished stone worktops, and the dining space has glass doors that lead out to the garden. There is also a utility space.

The first floor houses three bedrooms, the smallest of which could work well as an office space. Two of the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes, and one has a cast iron fireplace.

Up another level, the attic has been converted to give the potential for another bedroom, or it could be put to another use. There is also a shower room on this level.

Outside, the walled garden is set over several levels, and has a patio area for seating as well as planted beds.

The house is close to the centre of Ranelagh with its many popular shops and restaurants, while the city centre is only 20 minutes walk from this home.

Click through our gallery to see the full tour of this house, which is on sale through Quillsen.