Let there be light at Ranelagh three-bed for €875,000
Hollybank Avenue Upper property has been extended to almost 1,162sq ft
4 Hollybank Avenue Upper in Ranelagh is a mid-terrace three-bed that has been opened up and extended by its former architect owner to make it light-filled
The property opens into a large living/diningroom
The light-filled living/diningroom
The property now measures 180sq m (1,938sq ft)
Kitchen with a door leading to rear garden
One of the three bedrooms
- Address: 4 Hollybank Avenue Upper, Ranelagh, D6
- Price: € 875,000
- Agent: Quillsen
Hollybank Avenue Upper is a quiet cul de sac with two different styles of houses, a 1980s terrace of townhouses and a 1920s row of homes that back on to Gonzaga College.
Number 4 is a mid-terrace three-bed that has been opened up and extended by its former architect owner to make it light-filled. It is seeking €875,000 through agent Quillsen.
It has retained period features such as the leaded glass panels in the front door and its original fireplace in the front room.
The property now measures 108sq m (1,162sq ft) and opens into a large living/diningroom, which is dual-aspect space as a result of replacing the rear window with a glass door leading out to the west-facing garden.
The house isn’t overlooked to the front and the garden to the back has artificial grass and an old village pump as well as high hedging, some of which is bamboo.
The kitchen is on the return where the current owners installed vanilla white units and polished black granite worktops as well as a guest WC under the stairs. This space is also dual aspect with sliding doors letting in southern light and patio doors to the rear bringing in light from the west.
The property measures 108sq m (1,162sq ft) and has three good-sized doubles, one on the return where the family bathrooms is also located, as well as a further 17sq m (182sq ft) of attic space, accessed via a spiral staircase. This room is bathed in light by two large format Velux windows.
Parking is on street.