This Rathgar home with stone coach house is on the market for €1.75 million
As well as the spacious main house, the coach house provides an additional space for an office, workshop, or potentially additional accommodation.
Built around 1836 and with many period features, 165 Rathgar Road is a large family home that has been renovated in recent years.
The home’s entrance hall features an oak floor, ornate ceiling coving, a stained glass fan light, as well as storage under the stairs. This leads to the two interconnected living spaces. Both have marble fireplaces and sash windows with original shutters.
One of these rooms would have originally been used as a dining room, and could easily be used for this again in the future if desired.
To the back of the house sits the kitchen and breakfast room, which is bright thanks to large windows, giving an elevated view over the back garden.
On the garden level of the house is an additional living space, as well as two bedrooms and a utility room.
Two further bedrooms sit on the first floor, including the main bedroom which is the full width of the house and has an ensuite. On the top floor there is a fifth bedroom, a bathroom, as well as a study.
The house has a long back garden with a patio area, lawn and planting on either side. At the end sits the stone coach house, known as 5 Rathgar Place. It has four rooms over two levels, making it suitable for a number of uses, and also is accessible from a laneway to the rear of the house.
Just a short walk from both Rathgar and Rathmines, the house also has a great location, while the city centre is just half an hour’s walk away.
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