4 of a kind… under €500k in Dublin 1

39 Charles Street is a handsome three/four-bedroom mid-terraced family home dating from around 1850, built on lands adjacent to the Free Church, then known as ‘Wesley Chapel’. It is one of a terrace of 11 original Georgian cottages split by Emmet Street running down to the North Circular Road.

The living space is arranged over two storeys, with the front entrance accessed via granite steps. In total, there is 108sqm of living space, and the house is in walk-in condition, having been completely refurbished and extended over the last year under the  guidance of Brennan|Furlong Architects and Eoin Gibbons, The Constant Gardener. Owner-occupiers and investors may be eligible for tax relief pursuant to the Living City Initiative. 

Agent: Movehome (01) 884 4690

Nest on the North Circular

528 North Circular Road is a two-bedroom terraced house dating from around 1890 that will be of interest to anyone looking for a period property close to the city centre. The location is particularly convenient to the Mater, Temple Street, Croke Park and the IFSC. The house has 92sqm of living space and retains many original period features including high ceilings, ornate coving and open fireplaces. There’s an entrance hallway, two reception rooms and a separate kitchen on the ground floor. The bathroom is on the return and upstairs there are two double bedrooms. The house has a new gas boiler. Outside, there’s a small yard with rear access. Drumcondra is close by for shopping and a great selection of cafes and restaurants, and Connolly station is within walking distance.

Agent: DNG (01) 830 0989

Move to Mountjoy

11 Mountjoy Parade is a two-bedroom terraced house that has been significantly extended and upgraded. The location in a quiet, mature cul-de-sac is a plus, and there is a west-facing courtyard garden to the rear, to which there is handy rear access. Located a 10-minute walk from O’Connell Street, if new owners do decide to have a car they will be able to park it on the street directly outside the house. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall, inner hall, living room and open-plan kitchen/dining room, plus a separate utility room. The kitchen has modern-fitted units and comes with integrated appliances. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes, and a family bathroom. The windows are double-glazed.

Agent: Leonard Wilson Keenan (01) 860 3268

Reside at Richmond

4 Richmond Cottages is a double-fronted red-brick Georgian home dating from 1837 located in a quiet street tucked away off the North Circular Road, very close to Croke Park and close to bus and train services. The house has 125sqm of living space, with two reception rooms and a modern kitchen downstairs, and three bedrooms – two double and one single – upstairs. The bathroom and a separate loo are on the ground floor. Outside, the back yard is nicely private and of a good size, offering the potential to extend, subject to planning permission. The property comes with appliances, curtains and blinds, and is fully furnished. There’s one parking place on the street outside.

Agent: Auctioneera.ie (01) 254 8482

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