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This Georgian three-bed home on Pearse Square is on the market for €1.1 million


by Megan Burns
11th Mar 2021
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Situated just a short walk from the city centre, as well as having its own garden, this home combines period features with modern touches.

Just off Pearse street and looking out onto a green park, 45 Pearse Square is a rare home that combines proximity to the centre of Dublin with the luxury of space usually associated with homes much further out of the city.

As well as being next to the Grand Canal Dock area, with its popular shops and restaurants, the entire city centre is just a short walk away, or can be easily accessed by bus. 

Pearse square home

With three bedrooms, this home was renovated in 2014 to a very high standard, and so has plenty of modern features, while the current owners were keen to preserve existing period details such as fireplaces, doors, and cornicing. Other features, such as windows and wooden floors which could not be saved, were replaced with replicas of the original ones. 

As you enter the home, there is a bright room which is currently used as a study, as well as a living room with fireplace and large windows. Stairs lead down to a bedroom on the return, and continue down to the large, open-plan kitchen, dining and living area.

The kitchen was installed during the renovation, and features an AGA, while bespoke fitted handleless units create a minimalism, clean feel. There is also a plumbed Miele coffee machine and a Quooker boiling tap. 

A dining area has space for a large table, while at the back of the house there is a bright living space, with a skylight and a double set of French doors that lead out to the garden. There is also a utility room with space for a washing machine and dryer, as well as a hanging clothes rack.

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On the first floor return is a large family bathroom with both bath and shower, as well as a fireplace that adds character. Upstairs, the main bedroom has two sash windows that look out over the square, as well as built-in wardrobes, which are also found in the other bedroom on this level. 

Outside, the garden has a fitted barbecue area, ideal for enjoying warm days outside, as well as a small patio. There is also access through a gate at the back of the garden, while the well-maintained square also offers additional outdoor space on your doorstep. Click through our gallery for the full tour of this house, which is on sale through Owen Reilly.