Strike it lucky on Anglesea Road for €1.8m

This end-of-terrace Victorian in Dublin 4 is a heavenly family home, say its owners

From the sleekly contemporary right back to the Victorian, Anglesea Road features a mixture of housing styles – though all tend to be of a similar, discreet brand of elegance. Number 97 falls neatly into this category. Built around 1840, this 240sq m (2,600sq ft) end-of-terrace has been a very well-placed family home for almost 180 years.

The current owners bought the house in 1986, and raised a very happy family here. During this time, they also remodelled the kitchen, which is located at garden level and designed in the French provincial style, with plenty of space for family suppers, and a utility room off. The kitchen is warmed by an Aga, and the utility room has outdoor access, though you’re more likely to welcome your guests at the front door on the first floor, which is reached via granite steps, through a pretty front garden.

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