- 132 sq m
- Potential for Family home, Home plus income or Investment
- Red Brick Facade
- South Facing Rear Garden
- Rear Access
- Large Shed
Excellent property offering a wealth of opportunities.
Currently split in to two apartments each consisting of an entire floor of the property, the house could be used as two investment apartments or a home and income in its’ current format. Subject to planning a return to a beautiful single residence with period charm is also possible.
Both apartments have separate access from the front of the property. Set back slightly from Clonliffe Road by steps the façade is a fifty/ fifty split of red brick and render. The hall level apartment has a surprisingly large and bright hall due to the high ceiling, rear window and fan light above the doorway. There is a ceiling rose and coving in the hallway. Two good size square rooms are positioned off to the right of the hall. Currently they are in use as a living room and ensuite bedroom. Both rooms a have ceiling roses, coving and period wooden detail around the windows. At the end of the hall at the start of the return there is a small WC a sunny kitchen and small sun room at the rear of the property. There is gas fired central heating and double glazed windows.
The lower level apartment opens into a large bright kitchen living area. Off the main hall is access to two double ensuite bedrooms. This apartment is off equal size and there also is gas fired central heating and double glazed windows.
Clonliffe Road is wide tree lined road in mostly in residential use connecting Drumcondra to Fairview. There is excellent public transport locally with the Dublin Bus no. 16 running along Clonliffe Road and a selection of buses passing by the end of the road on Drumcondra Road and in Fairview. The DART is also local at Fairview. Within a short drive there is Dublin City Centre, East Point Business Park and the IFSC. There are extensive local amenities with a selection of Bars and restaurants locally. Croke Park is a short walk as are a selection of green areas.
Coming from Dublin City Centre on the Dorset Street heading north, cross the canal and proceed on to the Drumcondra Road. After 200 meters turn right on to Clonliffe Road. No. 75 is on the right hand side.