KELLY BRADSHAW DALTON are delighted to present 24 Foyle Road, Fairview, Dublin 3, a fine Victorian home to the sales market.
This turn of the century, red brick period home will surely appeal to all those looking to secure a property of distinction in this popular Fairview location.
The home is instantly welcoming from the hall door to the west facing rear garden. The entrance hall featuring solid oak junker flooring leads to two fine reception rooms, the front living room decorated with ornate fireplace and coving which leads to a step down into the well proportioned dining area. From here you are lead to the fully equipped kitchen which overlooks the rear patio through double doors creating a seamless flow throughout the ground floor. The sunny, private, west facing patio is the ideal setting for relaxing in the evening sun on those long summers evenings.
Upstairs you will find 2 double bedrooms, the main is of substantial size and contains ample storage with fitted wardrobes installed the length of the room. The 2nd bedroom is another good size double also with solid oak flooring, free standing wardrobe and overlooks the rear garden. A fully tiled family bathroom with WC, WHB, bath and seperate shower complete the upstairs.
Foyle Road is situated just off Philipsburgh Avenue. A mature residential location, set amidst fine period residences. This property is close to Drumcondra village and all the convenience stores on Philipsburgh Avenue. The City Centre and Clontarf promenade are also within walking distance. For the sports enthusiast, Croke Park, Sportslink Leisure Centre, Westwood Gym and The Bonnington Hotel are all within 15 minutes. The area is very well served by transport links and the M1 and M50 are close by.
The area is well served by both primary and secondary schools. Primary schools include St Patrick's N.S. (for boys), Corpus Christi N.S. (for girls), Saint Vincent De Paul and Scoil Mhuire. Secondary schools include Domincian College Griffith Avenue (Girls), Rosmini (mixed), Maryfield College (Girls) and Ard Scoil Ris (boys). The area is also well served by Third level colleges such as DCU, All Hallows College, Mater Dei Institute of Education and St Patricks College of Education. The 123 bus route provides easy access into the City Centre and if you walk down to Fairview Strand there are numerous bus routes that provide services in and out of the city. Clontarf Dart Station is also only a stone's throw away.
A viewing for this property is highly recommended.
Red brick period property
Private West facing back patio
Convenient residential location
Within walking distance of the City Centre
22mm Solid oak Junkers flooring throughout
Living Room - 3.359m x 3.719m
Coving, Solid aak flooring, Feature fireplace
Dining Area - 3.617m x 4.016m
Solid oak flooring, light filled
Kitchen - 2.481m x 4.016m
Built in units, integrated cooker, Double door access to back patio
Bedroom 1 - 3.358m x 4.645m
Double bedroom, Built in wardrobes, Solid oak flooring, 3 windows
Bedroom 2 - 3.569m x 3.221m
Double bedroom, free standing wardrobe, Solid oak flooring, Overlooking back patio
Bathroom - 2.372m x 2.221m
Fully tiled bathroom, WC, WHB, Bathtub, Shower