Mullery O’Gara are delighted to present this fine Victorian terraced home ideally located on this tranquil, tree lined street in the heart of Portobello. Built in 1885, this two storey over garden level with attic level home retains many original features characteristic of its era and is part of a charming terrace of only 9 similar properties.
Offering 260 sq.m of accommodation with a wonderful 30ft East facing garden No. 16 has been exceptionally well maintained over the years. The room proportions are impressive throughout, from the front reception room with its canted bay window which floods the living accommodation with natural light and enjoys the benefit of an open plan layout to the kitchen dining room with large, panelled original doors which are a stunning feature, to its luxurious bathroom suite, double bedrooms and attic level complete with dormer window overlooking the city. The basement level has been modified and is currently configured as a self contained garden level apartment.
Oozing character and charm No. 16 has a homely and grand atmosphere reminiscent of a bygone area which is complemented by its numerous original features which are are perfectly intact.
Portobello is one of the most vibrant city centre neighbourhoods, with its village feel and tranquil streets just a ten minute stroll from the city centre the area offers an array of amenities from independent coffee shops, restaurants in abundance (inc. a Michelin guide recommended restaurant) stunning canal walks, some of the city’s best yoga studios, a 24 hour gym as well as a myriad of interesting shops all on the doorstep. St Stephens Green is within a ten minute stroll away. Stamer Street was named for William Stamer, Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1809-1819 and is ideally positioned on the cusp of the city centre.