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Bective House, 133 Cabra Road, Dublin 7

5 bedrooms (230 sq.m) House sale agreed by private treaty
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5 bedrooms  4 bathrooms  3 receptions

Features

  • Detached double fronted family home
  • Ample off street parking in driveway
  • 2002 Rewired and re-plumbed throughout
  • 2004 Landscape designed rear garden with raised flower beds, two patio areas
  • 2007 Roof replaced, insulated & Attic converted
  • 2007 Shed / Hobby room built
  • 2008 Marvin double glazed windows to front
  • 2008 Rationel double glazed windows and French doors to rear
  • 2014 Replacement Kitchen roof and Porch roof
  • 2015 New 12 Kw Stovax wood burning stove in living room
  • Integrated domestic garage
  • Gas fired central heating
  • Period proportions to rooms with high ceiling heights
  • Floor Area of approximately 230sqm (2475sqft) to include attic conversion and garage.

Full Description

Built in 1926, Bective House is an elegant detached double fronted family home of distinction. When built this was the principle residence in the original Bective Terrace which comprised of nine homes, four either side, in the borough of Grangegorman. The residence is well recessed from the road, accessed via electric gates, with a large gravelled front drive giving the occupants a great deal of privacy and ample off street parking. There are raised flower beds edged with railway sleepers and mature trees and shrubs that add further to the privacy enjoyed by this property. The rear garden was landscape designed in 2004 and is utterly enchanting. There is an extensive mint fossil Indian sandstone paved area immediately to the rear of the house accessed from two sets of French doors. The manicured lawn is bordered by Liscannor stone raised flower beds, stocked with an abundance of flowers, specimen trees and shrubs, that serpentine down to the rear boundary. Discreetly incorporated into this beautiful leafy haven is a second circular patio area, bounded by Japanese Maples and black bamboo, ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining. There is also a built-in, brick barbeque. The garden extends to approx. 20 metre/68ft in length. The 18 sqm shed / hobby room is equally screened with thoughtful planting and reuses the original terracotta roof tiles from the main house.

Beyond the handsome facade double doors lead to an entrance porch and in turn one enters an elegant reception hallway with proportions indicative of the era in which the property was built. The impressive entrance hall has high ceilings, two archways, two recessed alcoves and black and white Victorian quarry tiles. To the right one enters two wonderful interconnecting reception rooms with high ceilings and feature marble fireplaces and solid oak floors. The front reception room has a bay window overlooking the front garden and sliding doors lead to the rear reception room and in turn French doors lead to the patio area in the rear garden. A rear hallway also leads to the rear garden and in turn the kitchen/breakfast room. There is an integrated domestic garage accessed from the hallway with automated roller shutters to the front drive. At first floor level there are four large double bedrooms, two of which are en suite and a very large family bathroom with marble tiles and a four piece bathroom suite including a free standing Victorian bath. The entire second floor level attic conversion is currently used as a large master suite.

One is immediately struck by the amount of natural light that prevails throughout the house. The accommodation is immaculately presented throughout having been lovingly restored during the 15 years the family have been in occupation where they have combined the elegance of the era in which the property was built with the style and comfort of a modern family home. The house was extensively renovated and rewired and replumbed in 2002. In 2007 the roof was replaced and the attic space was converted to facilitate the current use as a bedroom and en suite. In 2008 Marvin windows were installed to the front of the house and Rationale windows and French doors were installed to the rear.

The concept of connectivity is paramount in relation to how one thinks about this location. The city centre is easily accessed on foot, by bike and car as well as enjoying excellent public transport links. The M50 Road network and airport are easily accessed in the other direction. The new LUAS cross city line, Phibsborough station is less than a 5 min walk away. The nearby Busåras, Connolly and Heuston stations give exceptional intercity access. The property is ideally located with a host of family amenities close by; Dublin Zoo, The National Botanic Gardens, The Phoenix Park , Croke Park and the new DIT campus to name but a few.

Accommodation

  • Entrance Porch (0.95m x 1.95m)
  • with double doors leading in
  • Entrance Hallway (6.55m x 3.40m)
  • with Victorian style quarry tiling, two decorative archways, cloakroom and stairwell to first floor level
  • Reception Room 1 (4.05m x 4.95m)
  • with high ceiling, decorative coving and centre rose, feature fireplace with marble surround and wood burning stove, bay window overlooking front garden, hardwood floor and sliding doors leading to
  • Reception Room 2 (3.6m x 5.25m)
  • with high ceiling, decorative coving and centre rose, hardwood floor, feature open fireplace with marble surround and French doors leading to a patio area in the rear garden
  • Rear Hallway (4.05m x 0.9m)
  • leads to the rear garden and in turn leads to the
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (3.9m x 3.3m + 2.65m x 4m)
  • with marble tiled floor, Shaker style fitted kitchen units, wired for oven and French doors leading to patio area in rear garden
  • Guest W.C. (0.75m x 2.6m)
  • with w.c. and wash hand basin
  • Integrated Domestic Garage (2.75m x 5.2m)
  • which is accessed from the hallway with electric roller shutter to the front drive
  • First Floor
  • Landing (1.85m x 4.55m)
  • Bedroom 1 (4.45m x 3.7m)
  • with window overlooking the rear garden and door to
  • En Suite Shower Room (0.8m x 2.35m)
  • with w.c., wash hand basin, shower and built in hot press
  • Bedroom 2 (4.25m x 5m)
  • with built in wardrobes, feature art deco style fireplace and overlooks the front garden
  • Bedroom 3 (4.10m x 3.5m)
  • with built in wardrobe and overlooks the front garden
  • Bedroom 4 (3.8m x 2.8m)
  • with built in wardrobe and door to
  • En Suite Shower Room (1.7m x 1.8m)
  • with Velux skylight, w.c., wash hand basin and stand in electric shower
  • Family Bathroom (2.95m x 3.3m)
  • with Victorian style free standing bath, stand in electric shower, w.c., wash hand basin and two windows overlooking the rear garden
  • Second Floor
  • Master Bedroom (4.45m x 4.3m)
  • with timber floor, large Velux skylights, built in wardrobes and door to
  • En Suite Shower Room (2m x 4.5m)
  • with marble tiled floor, built in wardrobe, dressing table, stand in shower, sink unit, heated towel rail, storage to eaves and Velux window

BER Details

BER: D1
BER No. 110014487

Contact Details

Address: 171 Howth Road, Dublin 3
Telephone: 01 8536016 or you can also email us at howthroad@lisney.com

Any intending purchaser(s) shall accept that no statement, description or measurement contained in any newspaper, brochure, magazine, advertisement, handout, website or any other document or publication, published by the vendor or by Lisney, as the vendor’s agent, in respect of the premises shall constitute a representation inducing the purchaser(s) to enter into any contract for sale, or any warranty forming part of any such contract for sale.  Any such statement, description or measurement, whether in writing or in oral form, given by the vendor, or by Lisney as the vendor’s agent, are for illustration purposes only and are not to be taken as matters of fact and do not form part of any contract.  Any intending purchaser(s) shall satisfy themselves by inspection, survey or otherwise as to the correctness of same.  No omission, misstatement, misdescription, incorrect measurement or error of any description, whether given orally or in any written form by the vendor or by Lisney as the vendor’s agent, shall give rise to any claim for compensation against the vendor or against Lisney, nor any right whatsoever of rescission or otherwise of the proposed contract for sale.  Any intending purchaser(s) are deemed to fully satisfy themselves in relation to all such matters.  These materials are issued on the strict understanding that all negotiations will be conducted through Lisney.

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.

 

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