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130 Dunluce Road, Clontarf, Dublin, Dublin, D03

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 125 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Beautiful 3 bed semi-detached redbrick family home
  • Approx. 125 sq m / 1,345 sq ft
  • Sunny south east facing rear garden with side access
  • Completely refurbished, extended and modernised throughout in 2007
  • Presented in walk-in condition
  • Convenient and highly sought-after location
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Description


Description
REA Grimes are delighted to present to the market 130 Dunluce, a remarkable 3 bed semi-detached redbrick family home in this most desirable of locations. This charming property has a wonderful sense of space as one walks through, and has been lovingly extended and upgraded by the current owners. Completely refurbished in 2007, no stone has been left unturned and no expense spared, with every detail having been carefully considered. Features include high quality finishes such as recessed lighting, oak wooden flooring, coving, and a fantastic open plan kitchen / dining room extension, perfect for entertaining. The property was also completely rewired and re-plumbed at this time, with a new boiler, pipework and radiators. Underfloor heating was also installed in the extension and upstairs bathroom.
This brilliant property boasts all the charm of an old-world property having been built c. 1935, woven seamlessly with modern convenience. Rarely does such a fine property in this excellent location become available.

Presented in walk-in condition throughout, the light-filled and generous accommodation extends to approx. 125 sq m / 1,350 sq ft and comprises in brief of storm porch, entrance hall, 2 interconnecting reception rooms, modern extended open plan kitchen / dining room, utility room and W.C. whilst upstairs there are 3 bedrooms (2 double and 1 single) and a large family bathroom. In addition to the property itself, the new owner will have the benefit of a sunny south east facing rear garden with ample space for dining al fresco, side pedestrian access to the garden, and off-street parking to the front of the property.

Situated at the end of a quiet and private cul de sac, the location is second to none. There is a superb choice of both primary and secondary schools in the vicinity. The area is well serviced by excellent transport links to Dublin City Centre and beyond with quality bus corridors on the Howth Road and Clontarf Road; Killester DART station is also within walking distance. The M50/M1 and Dublin Airport are also within a short drive. In addition to this, there are an abundance of sporting and recreational facilities in the immediate vicinity, including the popular St Anne’s Park and Clontarf Castle Hotel. This attractive property allows a discerning purchaser the opportunity to buy a tastefully refurbished family home in an excellent location, and viewing is highly recommended.

Features
Beautiful 3 bed semi-detached redbrick family home
Approx. 125 sq m / 1,345 sq ft
Sunny south east facing rear garden with side access
Completely refurbished, extended and modernised throughout in 2007
Presented in walk-in condition
Convenient and highly sought-after location

BER Details
BER: D2 BER No.112688478 Energy Performance Indicator:298.35 kWh/m²/yr

Accommodation
Storm Porch:
With a redbrick arch and tiled floor. Video Intercom system.

Entrance Hall:
Bright and welcoming entrance hall, complete with alarm system, coving, oak wooden floors, and built in under stair storage from the Smart Storage Company.

Reception Room 1:
Located at the front of the house overlooking the front garden, this large bright room has oak wooden floors, an open fire with wooden and cast-iron surround, coving, and is completed with double doors leading into the second reception room

Reception Room 2:
Leading on from the first reception room, complete with oak wooden floors, a gas fire with wooden and cast-iron surround, coving, and opens directly into recent open plan extension

Open Plan Kitchen / Dining Room:
Impressively spacious and light-filled open plan room running the width of the home, with a beautiful porcelain tiled floor, and ample space for dining and entertaining. The kitchen area is complete with modern built in units at eye and counter level, including a 5-ring gas hob and double Rangemaster oven, Miele integrated dishwasher and complimented with a Silestone Quartz countertop. The kitchen has a large breakfast bar with a solid wood counter, built in storage and wine fridge. The Kitchen units and Island were handmade made in solid teak by Dowd Furniture. Two large bespoke Rationel double doors open into the garden, bringing the garden and the house together, and south west facing Velux windows allow an abundance of natural light into this spectacular room.

Utility Room:
Complete with oak wooden floor, ample built in storage, Washing machine, Miele tumble dryer and large Fisher & Paykel fridge/freezer. CCTV system.

W.C.:
With oak wooden floor and high-quality Heritage fittings to include W.C. and wash hand basin

Bedroom 1
Bright and spacious double bedroom overlooking the front garden, built in wardrobes and made to measure curtains.

Bedroom 2:
Large double bedroom overlooking the rear garden, built in wardrobes and made to measure curtains.

Bedroom 3:
Generous single bedroom overlooking the front garden, built in wardrobes and made to measure curtains.

Bathroom:
Fully tiled bathroom, with high quality Heritage fittings including bath with shower attachment, W.C., wash hand basin, and complete with separate electric shower, heated towel rail and underfloor heating.

Attic:
Partially floored with Stira access. Great potential to extend into attic. Velux window installed in attic with view.

Outside:
Landscaped front and rear gardens designed by award winning landscape architect, Paul Doyle. To the front is a lovely garden laid out in Ballylusk gravel and bordered by flower beds, providing for off street parking. The private rear garden has an enviable sunny south east facing aspect, with ample room for a seating area perfect for dining al fresco, and complete with side pedestrian access.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 112688478

Energy Performance Indicator: 298.35 kWh/m²/yr

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