This Victorian 5 bed home has been decorated with care throughout, and has a very desirable location
Ballsbridge is highly sought after for its proximity to Dublin city centre, and 25 Raglan Road has a number of enviable features to add to its prime location. This Victorian 5 bed home has been decorated with a glamorous touch throughout, and would be ready to move in to straight away for any prospective buyer.
With granite steps leading up to the front door, which is complete with fanlight and columns, it has an impressive entrance, while the front drive has space for several cars to park. The front hall has a Yorkshire flagstone floor, and leads to a unique family kitchen.
With a generous size and large dining table, the kitchen is perfect for a large family to gather round every day. It has an AGA stove for preparing family meals, as well as ample storage. There is also a separate serving kitchen to the rear of the property, perfect for entertaining. A living room adjoins the kitchen, which the current owners have turned their glamorous style to very successfully.
The bathroom on the first floor return is also incredibly luxurious, and is perhaps closer to a hotel bathroom than your typical family bathroom, perfect for a relaxing soak at the end of a long day. With five bedrooms, this house has plenty of space for a large family, or for those who like to have guests to stay. Two of these bedrooms also have en-suites.
The back garden has been carefully cared for, and has been landscaped with box hedging borders, gravel, and a patio for summer days spent outside. Within walking distance of the Aviva stadium, the RDS, Herbert park, as well as the city centre and Lansdowne Road DART station, this house is perfectly primed to have the best of Dublin at your fingertips.
With a €3.5 million price tag, it’s certainly not for everyone, but we’re envious of whoever the new owner turns out to be.
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