Built with character and charm in the early 1920s the property is nicely positioned near the end of a terraced cul-de-sac
Ideally located for the amenities and transport links of Ranelagh Village is this two-bedroom brick fronted terraced home. Built with character and charm in the early 1920s the property is nicely positioned near the end of a terraced cul-de-sac.
The property itself has had some refurbishment works carried out and is ready for immediate occupancy. However, buyers will want to investigate extending the kitchen out into the rear yard, something most property owners on Rugby Road have already taken advantage of.
Upon entering the hallway to your immediate left is the front living room with a feature open fireplace. Next door to the living room is the dining room, which is also accessed through the hallway. There is potential to open plan and join these rooms into one. Access to the kitchen is through the dining room and there is also a back door leading out into the city-sized rear yard. The kitchen space is very tight; however, it is functional with everything new including countertop, sink, oven and a four-ring gas hob.
The rear yard has a shed which backs onto the kitchen and contains the gas boiler and washing machine, the boiler controls are in the main house. There is also a pedestrian gate in the rear yard which leads to a communal lane way where the refuse bins are collected.
Back into the hallway; the stairway leads to the first floor return, which is where the bathroom is positioned directly above the kitchen. The bathroom has a full sized bath, overhead electric shower, toilet and washbasin. It also has two small windows and is partly tiled.
A set of narrow miniature steps lead to the second floor landing and the two bedrooms. In the landing ceiling there is a Velux window that attracts some light, there is also a raised cupboard which stores the cold water storage tank. The front double bedroom has two good sized windows and a bright Southeast facing aspect. The two bedrooms have lovely period feature fireplaces with cast iron surrounds. The front double bedroom has a spacious mirrored floor to ceiling wardrobe and the second rear bedroom is smaller but can manage a double bed.
Viewings are by appointment only through Paul Tobin Estate Agents on 01 902 0092.
LUAS 500m from the property (6 minute walk)
Positioned on a cul-de-sac
On street resident parking permit
Ground floor insulation
Internal wall insulation
Fuse box upgrade plus sockets & light switches throughout
New radiators throughout plus new hot water storage tank and general plumbing upgrades
Freshly painted throughout
New wool carpets upstairs
Newly fitted 12 mm laminate flooring throughout the ground floor
New Venetian blinds throughout
Attic well insulated
New kitchen Countertop and units plus sink, oven and gas hob
Ceilings 2.65m height
Granite window sills and door lintel
Hallway 4.57 x 1.02 (Laminate flooring, coving and decorative arch)
Living room 3.3 x 3 (Fireplace, radiator)
Dining room 3.2 x 2.78 (Hot water storage tank in a cupboard)
Kitchen 3.44 x 1.04 (Newly fitted with new oven and gas hob)
Understairs 1.36 x 0.74 (Gas meter located here, also space for fridge/freezer)
1st return landing 1.21 x 0.80 (Bathroom positioned on this floor)
Bathroom 3.26 x 1.28 (Full bath, overhead electric shower and fully tiled)
Top landing 1.26 x 1.14 (Two bedrooms on this floor)
Front bedroom 4.03 x 3.31 (Two windows, carpet, Fireplace and Southeast aspect)
Rear bedroom 3.37 x 2.68 (Carpet, Fireplace and Northeast aspect)
Rear yard 5.88 L x 2.68 W plus outhouse 2.39 x 1.58 (If considering extending, the total yard space to the rear is 19.52m2)
Total Plot size: c. 80sm2