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82 Hybreasal House, South Circular Road, Dublin, Dublin, D08

  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 68 m²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Almost four meter high ceiling throughout
  • Many original features
  • Electric Storage heating
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Great location
  • Well Maintained Development
  • Parking
  • Managed by RFPM Property
  • Renovated 1995
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Description


Description
Hybreasal House is a former convent built by the Little Sisters of the Poor in 1887; the building was redeveloped by Bovale Developments in 1995. This cut stone granite building has been redeveloped to a very high standard maintaining many of its original features boasting almost four meter high ceilings. No 82 is located on the first floor overlooking South Circular Road and front private gardens. Accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hallway, spacious lounge / dining/ kitchen, two double bedrooms and a full bathroom. Located just off South Circular Road just a short walk to St James Hospital, War Memorial & Phoenix Park and within easy access of Dublin City Centre. Great transport links serviced by Dublin Bus and Red Luas line nearby Viewing is highly recommended and strictly by appointment through REA McGEE 01 4057700

History of Hybreasal

Hybreasal used to be known as St. Patricks House and was run as a nursing home for older people by the Little Sisters of the Poor religious order since construction in 1883 until 1994. It was bought by Bovale developments and converted into residential housing in 1995 and renamed to Hybreasal. St. Patricks House is a fine example of cut stone granite building which was based on the design principles of the motherhouse near Paris.


Little Sisters of the Poor

Little Sisters of the Poor is a Catholic religious order founded in Paris by Jeanne Jurgan in the 1800's. The order went through a rapid period of expansion in other European countries but in particular Ireland and Britain, in the later part of the 19th century. In all approximately 11 convents were founded of which 8 were in Britain and 3 in Ireland.


William Henry Byrne & Co. Architects

The design of St. Patricks house while based on its French equivalent was in fact designed in Dublin by W H Byrne & Co Architects of 20 Suffolk Street who remained in existence until 2006. Bryne and Co designed numerous buildings for religious orders throughout Ireland at that time.

Features
Almost four meter high ceiling throughout
Many original features
Electric Storage heating
Double Glazed Windows
Great location
Well Maintained Development
Parking
Managed by RFPM Property
Renovated 1995

BER Details
BER: C2
BER No. 106679236
Energy Performance Indicator: 287.33 kWh/m²/yr

Accommodation
Entrance Hallway:
Laminate floor, hot press, alarm & intercom


Lounge:
7.7m x 4.35m
Large bright open plan living room with almost four meter high ceiling, original cornicing and centre rose piece, feature Marble fireplace with decorative pillars. Carpeted living and dining area. Kitchen area with fitted floor and wall units, washing machine, under counter fridge & freezer, electric cooker, hob and extractor fan, microwave, laminate floor and tiled splashback.
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Bedroom 1:
4.05m x 3.43m
Bright spacious master bedroom, fitted wardrobes, carpeted floor, light fitting, curtains and venetian blinds


Bedroom 2:
2.13m x 3m
Bright spacious double bedroom fitted wardrobes carpeted floor, light fitting, curtains and venetian blinds


Bathroom
WC, WHB, Bath, shower screen, fitted shower head and telephone shower head, tiled floor and partly tiled walls

Viewing Details
By appointment only

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 106679236

Energy Performance Indicator: 287.33 kWh/m²/yr

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