A period property we are currently selling was recently featured by Tina-Marie O'Neill in the property section of the Sunday Business Post. It is described as a "charming double-fronted property" with a "wealth of original period details". We are excited about the potential that this property has and the interest and reaction that it is getting is great to see.
Here is an extract of Tina-Marie's article. You can read the full article here.
This charming double-fronted property has oodles of potential but needs a complete revamp
Period properties close to Blackrock Village in south Co Dublin are hard to come by, which is why there should be huge interest in 25 Carysfort Avenue, a four-bedroom terraced property at the village-end of the long avenue. The house is on the market with Downey Property and has an asking price of €825,000.
The charming double-fronted property is in need of a complete revamp, but has oodles of potential given its wealth of original period details, including ornate plasterwork and handsome period fireplaces. It also has a good-sized, private rear garden and that holiest of grails – off-street parking at the front of the house. It also extends to a generous 186 square metres, affording a new owner plenty of scope to transform the property into a stunning residence.
This house was also featured in the Irish Times 'On View This Weekend' column in their 'Homes & Property' supplement.