This gorgeous redbrick home in Rathmines is on the market for €825,000
17th Apr 2021
On a quiet residential street, this house for sale in Rathmines has three bedrooms, plenty of entertaining space and a dinky courtyard garden.
Located a quiet sul de sac just off Upper Rathmines Road beside Murphy’s pub, this redbrick Edwardian terraced house boasts three bedrooms, a small back garden, and plenty of old-world charm. It’s currently on the market for €825,000 with David Ross Estate Agents.
With a small garden front bordered by a wrought iron fence, the aubergine front door leads you into a nicely portioned hall with high ceilings. Off to the right is are two spacious reception rooms running the length of the home and separated by bifolding doors.
There are two matching original fireplace mantles, a street-facing sash window half-shuttered for privacy and French doors at the other end onto a small courtyard garden. The purple colour is continued through here with three custom build shelves and units in the alcoves.
Under the stairs is a guest WC, while a large and airy kitchen and breakfast room sits to the rear. The traditional shaker kitchen is painted in a pale blue with Carrera marble countertops.
Lit by a small sash window and a wall of folding glass doors, the dining area can really become an alfresco space when the doors are opened wide onto the courtyard. The outdoor area is nicely sheltered by surrounding mature trees and perfect a collection of potted plants.
Upstairs in the return is a large family bathroom with wooden floors, a free-standing rolltop tub and a fireplace.
Up to the first floor are three bedrooms, two doubles and one single bedroom. The principal bedroom and the single room both have custom built-in wardrobes in a dusty pink/peach.
The attic has also been converted from storage and currently acts as a fourth bedroom with its own ensuite. Lit was by large Velux windows, views capture the Dublin Mountains in the distance.
Including a cushion that turns into a wearable quilt, as well as prints that feel like a breath of fresh air, there’s plenty to get excited about.
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