Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland
Stunning Victorian home in Dublin - Dublin, Ireland

Stunning Victorian home in Dublin

5 - 15 Keys 5 Bedrooms 8 Guests 7 baths

Description

Conveniently situated in the heart of Dublin, this imponent Victorian residence is a considerable architectural merit dating from 1870. Beautifully renovated, the property has been transformed into a luxurious home full of comfort and character, inviting families and friends to lovely stays.

Occupying a plot of 0.20 acres, this property enjoys an enviable position overlooking the picturesque Belgrave Square in the Dublin Bay area. Up to receive until 8 guests, the property has 5 comfortable bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and many other rooms! The house is arranged over 3 levels, with an impressive 6500sq.ft. floor area.

The property retains many original period features to include floor tiling, ornate cornice work, and sash windows with working shutters. At the same time, modern features were included, combining the best of both worlds! The result is supremely elegant and gracious, this home is full of 'old world charm and 'new' world comfort.
Living areas are finely decorated with extra attention to detail.

Stays at this property will be full of great moments. The large living room, with a fireplace, will be the favourite spot for long conversations after days full of activities in Dublin.

The totally renovated kitchen will be a delight for any Chef! With smart decoration and old and modern utensils, touches of color and fun, the place is perfect for entertaining! The kitchen has a great island, where you can prepare delicious meals while talking or having cocktails with family and friends!

The bedrooms are spacious and magnificent decorated, offering the perfect atmosphere to relax after an exciting day walking through Dublin’s streets.

Superbly located, this fine residence enjoys all the amenities of Rathmines and Ranelagh, literally on its doorstep. Some of Dublin's best attractions are nearby. The City Centre is within a 25-minute walk with myriads of attractions for all tastes.

There you can experience all this vibrant city has to offer, with museums, art galleries, and well-known attractions such as Trinity College, Book of Kells, Guinness Hop Store, and the Phoenix Park. If shopping is high on your 'must do' list then a treat awaits with numerous uniquely Irish boutiques where you will discover interesting finds from local fashion designers.

Explore the beautiful coastline nearby, taking in atmospheric Irish villages along the way, such as Dalkey and Greystones.

Have beautiful walks in Monkstown, where you find a range of good pubs and restaurants for both lunch and dinner. The village also provides lots of opportunities for gourmet shopping for local bread, cheese, and wine.

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Property Details

Size

Townhome with 3 levels
5 bedrooms, 7 baths, 6500 square feet, 604 square meters

Bedrooms

King, King, Queen, Queen, and Bunk
8 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Dublin Airport
30 minutes by car

Property View

150-year-old Victorian park view!

Property ID

34828

Amenities

No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Additional Fees

Housekeeping 3 x per week upon request. A total price of €250 per week.


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Activities of Interest

  • Arts
  • Equestrian
  • Golf
  • Hike
  • Shopping
  • Watersports
  • Kilmainham Gaol - An eerie, yet intriguing visit, as it was a prison which operated from 1796-1924. Many of Ireland’s most “rebellious” criminals were incarcerated here
  • Christ Church Cathedral - Founded circa 1030, this is the oldest structure in Dublin and one of the city’s two impressive medieval Cathedrals
  • National Leprechaun Museum - The only museum in the world dedicated to the mythical figures!
  • St. Stephen’s Green - A beautiful place for a stroll when the weather is nice
  • Temple Bar Food Market - Every Saturday it's open to foodies looking for local delicacies

Places of Interest

  • The Guinness Storehouse - Located in St. James's Gate Brewery, this is Ireland's number 1 tourist attraction!
  • Dublin Castle - This castle has served as a defensive fortification, a royal residence, a military garrison, and now the location of the European Presidential election
  • Phoenix Park - One of the largest urban parks in Europe and a great place to spot the wild Fallow Deer that have been roaming the grounds since the 17th century
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral - The largest church in Ireland and one of the most emblematic structures in Dublin