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St Lawrence Road, Clontarf, D03 FH50


Type
Terrace House

Status
Sale Agreed

BEDROOMS
4

BATHROOMS
3

Area
227 sq.m.

Floorplan
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Description

Karen Mulvaney is delighted to bring this magnificent Victorian home on tree-lined St Lawrence Road to market.
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This house is beyond compare and full of surprises from the minute you walk in the front door. St Lawrence Road needs little introduction as being one of Clontarf's premier roads. With the Howth Road at the top and the Clontarf Road at the bottom, the location is outstanding and the convenience hard to beat. Number 36 is also on the West facing side of the road so on top of being a striking red brick period property it also has a sunny rear garden.

Accommodation extends to 271.7 sq.m. including the picturesque garage and briefly comprises of; impressive hallway, living room, second snug reception room, under stairs storage, stunning and extended light-filled kitchen/dining room with bi-fold doors leading to rear garden and garage with rear access. Downstairs there is a large basement with w.c., utility and while currently used as a bedroom could suit a huge number of uses. Upstairs there is an impressive bathroom on the first floor return, two large bedrooms on the first floor and up again in the converted attic there is a bedroom with w.c and w.h.b.

Clontarf is a coastal suburb on the northside of Dublin. It has a range of commercial facilities mainly centred on Vernon Avenue. Clontarf's most notable amenity is its seafront, with a promenade running continuously from Alfie Byrne Road to the wooden bridge at Dollymount. As well as extensive walks and green areas, St Anne's Park is nearby and is the second largest municipal park in Dublin.

Clontarf contains numerous sporting facilities, such as GAA, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, Golf and Sailing. The local schools are also of excellent repute.

Clontarf is one stop on the DART from the city centre, has a cosy village atmosphere and most roads lead down to the sea. The place is steeped in history. Clontarf's ancient name, Cluain Tarbh, means "meadow of the bulls", from the sound of the waves on the seafront which was likened to the bellowing of bulls.

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Features

  • Converted attic
  • West Facing Rear Garden
  • Victorian period home
  • Wonderfully extended and flooded with light
  • Basement accommodation
  • Large garage with rear access

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