We are delighted to present ‘Peppercorn’, 4 Phibsborough to the market. Built by George Phibbs in the 1770’s and originally let on a peppercorn lease, this impressive two bedroomed period home has been lovingly maintained by its current owner. Extending to c.85sqm/915sqft of light filled, well-proportioned living space with a secluded garden to the rear, this turnkey home in the heart of Phibsborough also offers scope to extend.
Through the front door, the first door from the hall finds the generous living room, with cornicing, a period fireplace, double glazed sliding sash windows and wall mounted lighting. At the end of the hall is the dining room with solid oak floors and built in shelving. This leads into the kitchen extension which has fitted units, solid oak floors, integrated dishwasher and is plumbed for a washing machine. From here, double doors open out onto a private garden perfect for al fresco dining. Upstairs finds the main bathroom and two double bedrooms, with the main bedroom ensuite.
Phibsborough village can claim hipster status through the likes of Two Boys Brew, Yogahub, Bang Bang Café, Camile and Smokin’ Bones. ‘Peppercorn’ is just a stone’s throw from The Back Page sports bar, Sunday brunch in Kennedy’s or dinner in Woodstock. This is also the heartland of Phizzfest, the annual arts and culture festival, and of Serenity community garden for poetry readings, outdoor movie screenings and parties in Great Western Square Park. The Royal Canal bank, Botanic Gardens and Phoenix Park are all close by, with the new DIT at Grangegorman providing tennis courts, a jogging track, 25m indoor swimming pool, art venues and a new Educate Together primary school. Other excellent schools are also located nearby.
Living in ‘Peppercorn’ will make a car a luxury, not a necessity. A gentle walk or Dublin Bike to the city centre, and numerous bus routes offer a more leisurely journey home. The Luas Cross City means Stephen’s Green and Dundrum are now just a gentle whoosh away. On-street residents disc parking is also available (on Phibsborough and Avondale Avenue) and the M50 and M1 are easily accessed, while Dublin Airport is a short drive away.
Proudly positioned in the heart of the vibrant Phibsborough village
Built in the 1770s
Zoned gas fired central heating
Double glazed PVC and sliding sash windows
BER : E1
BER NO: 110216421
Energy Performance Indicator : 317.76 kWh/m²/yr
Entrance hall 7.71m x 0.88m (25’ 4” x 2’ 10”).
Dado rail. Original coving and cornicing. Recess lighting. Alarm Panel
Living Room 4.22m x 3.72m (13’ 10” x 12’ 4”).
Cornicing and centre rose on the 9ft ceiling. Gas fire with period fireplace and tiled hearth. Double glazed sliding sash window. Wall mounted lighting. TV point. Phone point.
Dining Room 3.64m x 3.01m (11’ 11” x 9’ 10” )
Solid oak floors . Built in storage and shelving.
Kitchen 5.19m x 2.27m (17’ x 7’ 5”).
Solid oak floor and tiled floor with under tile heating. Fully fitted wall and floor units. Stainless steel sink unit. Partly tiled wall. Electric oven and hob. Integrated Whirlpool dishwasher. Plumbed for washing machine.
Landing 4.33m x 1.51m (14’ 2” x 4’ 11”).
Centre rose. Dado rail.
Bedroom 1 3.96m x 2.56m (13’ x 8’ 5”).
Fitted wardrobes. Built in shelving. Double glazed sliding sash window.
Ensuite 1.47m x 1.37m (4’ 10” x 4’ 6”).
Tiled floor and walls, pedestal wash hand basin and wc, shaver light, extractor fan, heated towel rail, shower cubicle with Triton T90s i shower.
Bedroom 2 3.24m x 2.83m (10’ 8” x 9’ 3” )
Fitted wardrobes. Built-in shelving. Attic access.
Bathroom 2.28m x 1.43m + 1.17m x 1.6m (7’ 6” x 4’ 8” + 3’ 10” x 5’ 3”).
Tiled floor and partly tiled walls, bath unit with Triton power shower, heated towel rail, extractor fan, recess lighting, wc and wash hand basin. Shaver light. Under tile heating. Double glazed sliding sash window.
Garden 9.5m x 5.7m (31’ 2” x 18’ 8”).
Gas boiler, block built shed with power. Lawned area, raised gravel area, mature trees.