16 Tyrconnell Road, Inchicore, Dublin 8
House For Sale
Overall Floor Area: 136
Stunning Victorian red-brick three-bedroom home comes to the market, beautifully finished with many of the original features.
The property is fronted by a garden with a manicured lawn and stone pathway leading from the wrought iron gates to the storm porch and front door. Upon entering, the hallway is floored with Olde English checkerboard-style tiling and an original corniced archway accessing the downstairs reception rooms. The front living room is well-lit through a large bay window and features the original solid wood floors, high ceilings, attractive cornicing and cast-iron solid fuel fireplaces. The dining room, accessible via a large archway, is comfortable and roomy, a large sash window overlooking the garden. The kitchen lies at the end of the hallway and features subway tiling as well as a Belfast sink. The garden, accessible via the kitchen, is large and sunny, a stone courtyard complete with a block shed merging into a long garden of timber frame raised flowerbeds, flanked by a stone pathway and bordered by tall manicured hedgerows.
Upstairs, lie the bedrooms. The master bedroom is spacious with white solid timber floors, two large sash windows, a cast iron fireplace and in-built wardrobes. The second bedroom is a bright and generous space with white solid wood floors and a cast iron fireplace. The third bedroom, located in the return, has carpet flooring and is brightened through a large window overlooking the garden. The bathroom is fully tiled with a free-standing bath and modern sanitaryware. The attic conversion, accessible via a spiral staircase is large and bright, lit through two large Velux windows and with solid wood flooring.
The property is enviably situated on Tyrconnell Road in the heart of Inchicore Village. A number of amenities lie on your doorstep such the Grand Canal cycle/walkways, the Irish National War Memorial Gardens and Phoenix Park. There are numerous shops and services in the immediate vicinity and several cosmopolitan bars and restaurants, most notably Rascals Craft Brewery and Pizzeria. The city centre is a 10-minute drive away and public transport options include a series of central bus routes or the Red Line LUAS, accessible via the Blackhorse LUAS stop.
- Period Property
- Victorian Era
- Abundant original features
- Large attic conversion
- Fantastic location
- Solid wood flooring throughout
- Open-plan reception rooms
- Large sunny garden
- Lane Access
Brock DeLappe Real Estate
Brock DeLappe was established by David Brock and Kevin Delappe in 2004. Both directors have extensive experience in the residential property industry and have brought their individual skill-sets together to provide effective property solutions.