This centrally-located Victorian redbrick is on the market for €800,000

A double-fronted Victorian mid-terrace house, 13 Raymond Street is in a prime location in Dublin 8. Coming to market in turn-key condition, the property has been maintained to the highest standard by its current owners with an architecturally designed extension a definite highlight

The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, three double bedrooms, a kitchen, two shower rooms with underfloor heating, a living/dining room with a 3.42m ceiling height and two working fireplaces at either end, a storage area with separate utility/store room accessed from the garden and a large attic space. Gas-fired central heating has been fitted throughout the property. 

Behind the handsome brick facade, you’ll find well-proportioned rooms and contemporary styling. Modern yet traditional, many of the home’s original period features – ranging from cornicing to sash windows, shutters, larch solid timber flooring and high ceilings – can still be seen found inside along with internal joinery and fireplaces which have been delicately recreated by specialist craftsmen.

The kitchen was designed by Noel Dempsey Design and features hand-painted, fully fitted units with plenty of storage, while the generous living area is a very attractive space.

The bedrooms have recessed lighting while the luxuriously appointed wet room has been extensively tiled and features a large walk-in shower with Grohe power shower, WC, WHB set in a vanity unit with large inset mirror, heated towel rail and underfloor heating.

To the rear of the property, you’ll find a west-facing garden – a private oasis from which to enjoy the sunshine or entertain friends and family in the coming months. The garden includes a paved courtyard with a feature pond, fountain and an array of mature trees and plants. The garden is accessed from three separate rooms and to the rear is a door providing access to a gated laneway. 

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