A beautiful three storey Victorian house in central Dublin

A beautiful three storey Victorian house in central Dublin

Lisajane

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is 160 years old with an award-winning architect-designed kitchen extension and a large garden. 1900 sq feet in size, it is situated opposite a park, is 2km from the centre of Dublin city, 5km from the sea and 9km from the mountains for great hiking.

The neighbourhood is friendly with a small cafe in the park opposite and lots of shops, restaurants and pubs just 5 minutes away. Museums and galleries just 10 minutes by car or 20 minutes walking.

Our family car available is available for use.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with two children aged 7 and 8.

  2. Adrian works as an art director and I'm a psychotherapist.

  3. We love good food, design and art and our home reflects this. Our house is 160 years old with an award winning modern extension.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Locks Brasserie (Michelin star .5km), Manifesto - best pizza in Dublin! (1km) JoBurger (1km)
Cool bars
The Blackbird (gastropub), The Headline Bar (gastropub), Slatterys (good for music and Guinness)
Cozy cafés
Noshington, The Black Apple, Two Fifty Square (amazing coffee), The Village Cafe
Retail therapy
Grafton Street is the main shopping street in Dublin, just 5 minutes by car.
Bit of culture
National Museum (2km), National Gallery (2km), Museum of Modern Art (3km), Trinity College (3km) lots of theatres and music venues (3km)
Walks in the park
Harold's Cross Park - across the road from the house, Bushy Park (2km), Phoenix Park (4km) Stephen's Green (2km)
Spot of exercise
Public swimming pool and gym (1km), tennis, Dublin is great for cycling.
Day tripping
Incredible mountain drives and hiking in the Dublin Mountains and Wicklow Mountains, Howth - a peninsula with great clifftop walks, numerous country mansions to visit.

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