MOVEHOME ESTATE AGENTS … are delighted to present a distuinguished 3/4 bedroom mid terraced family home (circa 1850) that is an expansive light filled dream spanning two levels and in truly walk in condition throughout. Behind the handsome exterior lies approximately 108 m² / 1163 ft² of extended accommodation laid out over two levels which is complemented by its bright light filled interior and many elegant features throughout. This is without doubt one of the most beautifully presented homes to come to the market this year in Dublin 1 and was completely refurbished and extended over the last year. The care by the current owners results in the creation of a captivating and stylishly presented interior that one would expect to see in an interior magazine. The immensely stylish accommodation will not fail to impress and viewing is the only way to appreciate what this home has to offer. This really is a home of distinction which combines enormous character with a classic contemporary style and all the comforts and conveniences one could wish for.
The interior and exterior of the property has been extensively refurbished and modernised under the expert guidance of the award-winning team of Brennan|Furlong Architects & Urban Planners and Eoin Gibbons – The Constant Gardener. The level of detail, finish and quality of materials are evident throughout. Internally the property has been completely updated with any original features being refurbished and complemented with bespoke joinery elements to provide an exceptionally well-designed interior suitable for modern family living or as an investment property alike.
No. 39 North Great Charles Street was built prior to 1864 on lands adjacent to the Free Church then known as ‘Wesley Chapel’. It is one of a terrace of eleven original Georgian style cottages split by Emmet Street running down to the North Circular Road. The property is two storeys with the front entrance being above path level accessed by a series of original granite steps and landing. The original front door and fanlight have been refurbished, along with the main timber sash window at entrance level.
The location of this property cannot be understated. Charles Street Great is superbly located right on the very edge of the city centre. It is convenient to the IFSC, Trinity College, the LUAS, various bus routes and all central places of business. It is also within a five minute’s stroll of the City Centre and all its amenities. The property is further enhanced by the Luas Cross City Line which passes nearby from this beautifully restored period property.
Early viewing is essential, highly recommended and by appointment with MOVEHOME ESTATE AGENTS 01-8844690.
* A dream 3/4 Bed Terraced House spanning 108 m² / 1163 ft²
* Substantial income tax relief (for owner-occupied residential) or capital allowance (for rented residential) * available under the Living City Initiative (see details below)
* Original high ceilings to both main reception rooms
* Bespoke joinery throughout including full-height glazed screens, sliding walls and new stairs
* Original fireplaces and brick chimney restored to both main reception rooms
* Direct access from the three bedrooms to external courtyard and terrace areas
* Integrated storage areas
* New fully fitted contemporary kitchen with solid wood worktops and appliances
* Breakfast & Dining bench seating areas with integrated storage
* Landscaped front courtyard and rear terraced garden
* Complete refurbishment throughout including new electrical and plumbing systems incorporating new gas condensing boiler.
* New and refurbished double glazing throughout with external envelope being completely insulated
* No. 39 North Great Charles Street lies within the boundaries of the Living City Initiative. This scheme allows owners and investors to claim tax relief for money spent on refurbishment and/or conversion of residental property either as income tax relief (for owner-occupied residential) or capital allowance (for rented residential) further details are available on the Dublin City Council website here: http://www.dublincity.ie/livingcity.