We at Felicity Fox are delighted to present to the market this delightful 2 bedroom apartment occupying the middle floor in a fine period house on Heytesbury Street. The conversion to an apartment was sympathetically carried out whilst maintaining many period features including a magnificent Portland stone fireplace in the living room. The likely purchaser for this unique property will be someone looking for a convenient pied á terre or a more permanent comfortable home.
The entrance door opens to a long hallway and a door to the right opens to a large living room. This room is filled with light from a modern bay window with Plantation shutters which overlooks the rear garden. The dominant feature in this room is a rather grand original Portland stone fireplace. The floor to ceiling height averages 2.95m throughout the property and adds a feeling of spaciousness to this room. The flooring is solid beech by Junckers. From this room steps lead up to a kitchen. This is a practical space with ample storage and work tops and room for a small table. A large window with a wooden surround overlooks the rear garden. The two bedrooms are to the front of the house. The master bedroom is fitted with a large walk-in wardrobe offering substantial storage. The window has fully working wooden shutters. The second bedroom is a double with a built-in storage cupboard. The bathroom follows the theme of a sandy beach and a feature wall comprises beach pebbles whilst the rest of the bathroom is fully tiled in travertine stone. A piece of glass artwork by Jacqui Mangan is installed in the bathroom and the mirrored walls reflect it beautifully. Outside there is a garden to the rear with a car parking space for the property. On street resident disc parking is also available.
Heytesbury Street is a pretty tree lined street situated in the heart of Portobello. It is within a 10 minute walk of St Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street. Nearby, on Camden Street, all shopping needs are catered for including fruit and vegetables from street traders. The immediate area is home to excellent neighbourhood restaurants such as Camden Kitchen and Bastible. Many eclectic eateries have located to this popular quarter including Alma, Little Bird and BiBi’s Café. The Luas green line is located close by at Harcourt Street. There are many convenient Dublin Bus routes available or pick up a Dublin Bike from a station at Grantham Street.
Entrance hall 6.45m x 1.38m
Carpet flooring. Recessed ceiling lights. Access to hotpress.
Living room 5.17m x 4.41m + 1.80m x 2.37m
Timber flooring. Picture rail. Bay window. Portland stone fireplace. Steps up to
Kitchen 3.40m x 2.77m
Linoleum flooring. Range of floor and wall units. Integrated oven, hob and extractor fan. Plumbing for washing machine. Wooden window surround with shutters.
Master bedroom 4.60m x 3.16m
Carpet flooring. Recessed ceiling lights. Wooden window surround with working shutters. Walk-in wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 2.78m x 2.78m
Laminate flooring. Built-in wardrobe.
Bathroom 2.50m x 1.69m
Tiled floor. Tiled walls. WC. Wash hand basin. Shower enclosure with surfboard shaped Grohe power shower with head set, hand set and four jets. Under floor heating.
Secure parking for one car. On street resident disc parking.
2 Bedroom apartment in a period property
Floor to ceiling height throughout averaging 2.95m
Original Portland stone fireplace in living room
Modern bay window with Plantation shutters
Sash windows with wooden surrounds
West facing to rear
Gas fired central heating
Floor area approximately 80sqm/861sqft
One car parking space
On street resident disc parking
Convenient location within walking distance of St Stephen’s Green
Short distance from Luas green line on Harcourt Street