Completely renovated Victorian Home featured in architectural books. Looking for Summer and other school holidays.

Completely renovated Victorian Home featured in architectural books. Looking for Summer and other school holidays.


Nov 2012

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home was completely renovated recently.It is a very spacious 270sqm dating from 1860. The entire was re designed with a contemporary twist and gives large open plan spaces along with two sitting rooms and an office at hall level. Great big kitchen with high specification appliances for a keen cook. Lovely cosy snug area off the dining room which also opens directly onto the garden. It is minutes from the city centre but has a quiet feel to it even though positioned in busy Dublin. Lovely garden to the rear gives an oasis in the middle of the city and the big sliding doors can open fully to give inside/outside feel in warm weather. Could arrange to sleep more people through pull out beds as the reception areas are many.


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  1. We're a couple with two kids 19 and 17

  2. Musician with property interest and MD of design house.

  3. We love travel particularly warm countries with good food and wine.

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Where is it?


We live between the city centre and Ranelagh which has become a destination area for the best restaurants and bars for Dubliners at the week ends. There are numerous coffee houses and shops. Within a short walk (1.5km) you can be in the centre of Dublin or at very good local food shops.

Buzzy restaurants
Forest Avenue, The green house, Forest and Marcy, and many others
Cool bars
Sophie's, Shelbourne Hotel, Traditional pubs: O Briens, Birchalls.
Cozy cafés
Nicks, 250 Ranelagh, Butlers
Retail therapy
All the city centre
Bit of culture
National Concert Hall, National Gallery, Gaiety Theatre
Walks in the park
St Stephen's Green, Herbert Park, Ranelagh Park
Spot of exercise
Running on Sandymount Beach or in the parks
Day tripping
Wicklow, Howth, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin Mountains

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