Melrose Avenue, Fairview
Melrose Avenue, Fairview
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Coldwell Banker Estates and Homes offers for sale this Edwardian (C.1912) 4-bedroom terraced house with high ceilings and period features throughout - it is situated on a quiet residential road, Melrose Avenue Dublin 3. Conveniently located close to Fairview Park and the seafront walk on Fairview Strand to Clontarf Road, it offers close proximity to a huge array of amenities. This period home could benefit from modernisation and could be extended, subject to the usual permissions, and will have massive appeal to first time buyers, professionals, or families and those who would like to put their own stamp on a property.
The charming double reception has 2 feature fireplaces and a bay window to the front garden and a window to the lightwell at the rear. There is a spacious hallway with generous understairs storage leading into the kitchen/breakfast/dining room again with a period fireplace - it has an extended lean 2 just off, a guest cloakroom and a door to the south facing patio garden. There is also a workshop and access to the private lane. There are 4 bedrooms on the upper floors, 2 double, 2 single and 1 family shower room. The property has a lovely feel, oozes charm and is a MUST SEE!.
Nestled between Drumcondra & Fairview, Melrose Avenue is on a very quiet, red-bricked period residential Road. Fairview with its trendy bars and eateries sit comfortably alongside hardware stores and charity shops that have been there for years. Families who have been in the area for generations live happily alongside a metropolitan mix of young professionals. It is in the Dublin City Council district.
Fairview is reached on a main road artery from Dublin city via North Strand, which continues on as the Malahide, Howth and Clontarf Roads. It is served by the Clontarf Road DART station. The area can also be reached by way of several Dublin Bus routes from the city centre. It is close to the segregated cycle path that goes from Clontarf to Sutton, which will be extended through Fairview to the city centre with work beginning in 2022
Past pupils of St. Joseph's Secondary C.B.S., Fairview include former Taoiseach, Charles Haughey. The secondary school Marino College is in nearby Marino. St. Marys national school for girls is close to Richmond Road. Maryfield College, Rosmini, Dominican College Griffith Avenue. DCU is within easy access.
Fairview park has playing fields, a children's playground and tree-lined walks. Originally a tidal mud flat which was used for land fill in the early 1900s, the park was developed in the late 1920s and bye laws were formally adopted by Dublin Corporation in 1934. The River Tolka runs right past the park, Clontarf Road DART station is located near the park, and across the railway line there is a 400-metre athletics track and a Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann hall.
- Edwardian Terraced House C.1912
- 3 / 4 Bedrooms (1 Study)
- Double Reception Room
- Breakfast / Dining Room
- Utility / Lean 2 Extension & Ample Storage throughout
- Family Shower room & Separate WC
- Off-Street Parking & Residents Private Lane to Rear
- Front & Rear Gardens
- Gas central heating
- Investment opportunity
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.