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20 Church Avenue,Dublin 7, Smithfield, Dublin 7


Price
€275,000

Type
Terrace House

Status
For Sale

BEDROOMS
2

BATHROOMS
1

Size
59 sq.m.

BER
BER
E2
EPI: 0 kWh/m2/yr

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Description

***SOUTH FACING / PERIOD BRICK HOME / ORIGINAL FEATURES / EXCELLENT AND MUCH SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION / CLOSE TO LUAS / EXCELLENT TRANSPORT LINKS /ELIGIBLE FOR VACANT PROPERTY GRANT***

KELLY BRADSHAW DALTON are delighted to announce 20 Church Avenue, Smithfield, Dublin 7 to the market.

Built in 1917, during the “arts and crafts” movement, yet finished in the pretty Edwardian style, this beautiful terrace home is full of potential. Although the Edwardian period lasted just nine years from 1901 to 1910, the architectural style is considered to have continued to around 1920 and this home showcases that theory.

Nestled into a small square of just 30 charming homes, number 20 is currently a charming two up two down home that could be the perfect start for a first-time buyer looking to get onto the ladder in a much sought after location, those downsizing or indeed an investor.

Inside, off the hallway is the large living room with fireplace and laminate flooring. This room features an electric fire with tile and wood fireplace surround, however it could be opened up for a real fire if required. To the rear is the kitchen and although in need of some tlc, it could truly be something special when completed. The kitchen gives access to the rear garden which is south facing and not overlooked. The garden/courtyard is the most ideal spot for potted plants and spending time in the warmer months sipping your morning coffee or a glass of wine with friends in the evening.

Completing this level is the fully tiled guest bathroom with shower, hand basin and W.C.

Making our way upstairs, we are greeted by what was two bedrooms. Each room has retained the beautiful original fireplaces, however the back room was converted into a second bathroom. This is an easy conversion to have a second room, although some may wish to keep the grandeur of a large second bathroom with a fireplace.

Smithfield is an area steeped in an abundance of rich Irish history, however over the last number of years it has gone through a complete transformation and is now regarded as one of the trendiest, sought after addresses in the country. Combining the best of old and new, this wonderful historic address has it all. You are spoiled for choice when it comes to shops, old and new pubs or restaurants, live music, and some of the most regarded Dublin City attractions.

Smithfield is easily accessed by public transport from Dublin City Centre. The red line tram stops at Smithfield and Museum, with Stoneybatter’s Manor Street just a short walk away from either stop. From Temple Bar walk over any of the Liffey bridges, turning left when you reach the Luas track. Smithfield is also accessible by bicycle, with two dublinbike stations in Smithfield Square and another on Blackhall Place.

Features
Excellent location
GFCH
Walking distance to city
Excellent transport links
Eligible for Vacant Property Grant (vacant over two years)

Rooms
Entrance Hall – 2.17m x 0.98m

Living Room – 5.07m x 4.24m

Kitchen – 3.75m x 2.74m

Shower Room – 1.55m x 1.14m

Bedroom One – 4.24m x 2.76m

Bedroom Two – 3.29m x 3.17m
incorporating Bathroom