*** RED BRICK PERIOD PROPERTY / SUPERB LOCATION / ORIGINAL FEATURES / REAR ACCESS ***
KELLY BRADSHAW DALTON are honoured to present 111 Botanic Road to the market.
This striking Victorian home is a classic example of an end of terrace period residence which dates back over 100 years and is proudly situated on the revered Botanic Road. Spanning over 160 sq. meters of accommodation, the endearing bay window facade compete with the wonderful interior, reveal a wonderful period home which will charm all who view. Two story to the front, with a three storey return to the rear, this fine family home features elegantly proportioned rooms with high ceilings which offer a great sense of space.
On arrival one will be impressed by the imposing frontage. A wrought iron rail and gate which surround the manicured garden, lead you to the entrance porch with the original tiled red brick arch, a wonderful feature.
Simply oozing elegance, this superb home allows the new owners to turn the key and begin to enjoy all that this exceptional property has to offer.
Internally and externally the property is maintained to a lovely standard throughout. Beautiful details period features abound and have been retained to ensure the most opulent of living spaces for you and your family to enjoy.
It is clear to see that the current owners have modernized and upgraded this wonderful family home. Dating from c.1900, the interior provides a light filled reception hall with hall door, side lights, top light, original timber hard wood flooring. The stunning plasterwork includes a beautiful archway, coving and centre rose.
From the hallway to your left is the formal living room. This elegant room with bay window is a delightful space decorated in fresh muted tones, creating a relaxed ambiance. High ceilings, original marble feature fireplace with tile insert, and original hard wood flooring allow for a tranquil space where one could relax and unwind in the evening, enjoying an open fire and taking in your new surroundings. Double doors sweep into the formal dining room to the rear of the property, with access to the back garden. This formal dining room, a great space for entertaining guests, or gathering with family and friends also features high ceiling and hard wood flooring. Further to the rear, via steps down to the lower ground floor is the original breakfast room; the current owners have made great use of this space as a family room. Leading on, you reach the bright & sunny spacious kitchen extension with ample counter space, wall and floor kitchen units and plenty of room for casual dining. A special feature of this property is the stunning mature east facing back garden, spanning 17m X 10m set out in grass with trees and shrubs, it wraps around the whole property. There is side and rear laneway access for off street parking and a storage shed to store any gardening equipment. This is an unexpected oasis in an urban setting.
Upstairs on the first floor return landing, you are greeted with fully fitted bathroom with hot press, bath, triton shower, basin vanity and w.c. There is also a bedroom, currently used as a home office, with sash window & cast iron fireplace on this level.
Further up the sweeping staircase with original banisters and skylight allowing like to flood the space, you are greeted by a further three large double bedrooms, two with cast iron fireplaces, which are simply wonderful features to have retained in the property.
Completing the accommodation, on the second floor return is another double bedroom to the rear of the property.
No 111 Botanic Road is enviously located in one of North Dublin's most sought-after suburbs. Situated within a short distance of Glasnevin, Drumcondra and Phibsborough Villages, with a plethora of amenities including shops, schools, colleges, Bank of Ireland Mobhi Road, churches, bus services, Drumcondra Station, and many sporting and recreational facilities such as Griffith Park, the Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin Cemetery & the Met Office. Ni Fianna GAA Club is within walking distance, as are the Botanic Gardens and Glasnevin village, a lovely place to enjoy a relaxing Sunday brunch & stroll in McMahons or The Washer Womans or a pint of your favourite tipple in The Grave Diggers or The Tolka House. Easy access is enjoyed to the city centre Law Courts, IFSC, East Point Business Park, Dublin Airport, Port Tunnel, DCU, and the M1 and M50. The Bon Secours and Mater Hospitals are both within easy reach of this superb property.
A viewing is simply a must to appreciate everything this wonderful property has to offer.
VIEWING AVAILBLE ON SATURDAY 20TH NOVEMBER STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
PERIOD RED BRICK FAÇADE
ORIGINAL FEATURES THROUGHOUT
GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
REWIRED IN 2016
REROOFED IN 1995
Entrance Porch - m x m
With tiled floor
Entrance Hallway - 6.3m x 1.7m
Bright & spacious Hardwood floor Stunning plasterwork archway, ceiling rose & coving Under stairs storage
Living Room - 4.4m x 3.7m
Bay window with leaded glass Generous accommodation Original marble fireplace Original polished wooden floor Ceiling coving & centre rose
Dining room - 4.3m x 3.6m
Original marble fireplace Original polished wooden floor Ceiling coving & centre rose Access to back garden
Family Room - 4.0m x 3.5m
Tiled fireplace Carpet floor
Kitchen - 4.6m x 4.0m
Wall & floor kitchen units Access to back garden LInoleum floor
Bedroom 1 - 4.5m x 3.7m
Large double bedroom with cast iron fireplace over looking rear garden
Bedroom 2 - 3.8m x 3.1m
Double room with cast iron fireplace overlooking front garden
Bedroom 3 - 4.1m x 4.0m
Double room on second floor return with cast iron fireplace and original floor boards overlooking the rear garden
Bedroom 4 - 3.0m x 2.8m
with cast iron fireplace and wooden floor
Bedroom 5 - 3.1m x 3.0m
Double bedroom with polished wooden floor and ceiling coving
Bathroom - 3.9m x 2.3m
Bath Triton shower WHB WC Hotpress