A beautiful 1930s terraced house in Dublin has gone up for sale with an asking price of €1.15million.
The home is located in Blackrock and underwent a makeover in 2004, so it is packed full of modern design and luxury whilst still keeping many of its original features.
The home is ideal for a young family, with an open-plan kitchen and breakfast room the perfect place to start the busy working day.
The front door features attractive stained-glass windows and opens into a tiled hallway, with the living room on the right, and two reception rooms on the left.
The drawing room is an ideal setting to relax and unwind in front of the marble fireplace, with he three window bay allowing plenty of natural light in.
An extension spans the entire width of the rear of the house and offers a great extra space for families.
The kitchen has mahogany worktops, and double French doors that open out into the garden. It also leads to a shower room and utility room that leads outside.
The back garden features a patio area next to the house, and also another at the end of the lawn. There are raised flowerbeds for planting and the area is bordered by shrubbery to offer some privacy.
Upstairs, there are four-bedrooms, all with their own fireplace, and a family bathroom off the landing.
The attic has also been converted into a stylish wet-room for those busy mornings.
The home has been put on the market with an asking price of €1.15m. If you would like to find out more then visit Sherry FitzGerald.