Victorian red brick town house, in friendly city centre neighbourhood

Victorian red brick town house, in friendly city centre neighbourhood


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is a late-Victorian terraced house. It has lots of character and is very cosy. It's a compact 4 bedroomed house which would suit a family or couple. we live here with our 3 children. We have 4 bedrooms, one shower room. Our kitchen has all the modern conveniences: gas cooker, oven, microwave, washing machine, dryer, fridge and freezer. And wood burning stove.We have private, paved garden to the back of the house. The house is very secure and comfortable.

Property features

Who we are

  1. I am a painter and art teacher. I'm very interested in art and design history. I love travelling when the budget allows! We have 3 children; 15, 18 and 21 years. My husband works in the social housing area. He loves music and plays guitar. We are very interested in visiting other countries and experiencing other cultures and the outdoors.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Our house is in a convenient, historical part of Dublin. The neighbourhood is friendly and safe with restaurants, museums, theatres, music venues and cathedrals nearby. You really could walk to most places of interest in Dublin from here and grafton street is a 10 minute stroll away if you feel like shopping. There are also some lovely parks including Stephens Green and the Iveagh Gardens.
There are lots of buses available if you want to travel further from the city centre, while bikes can be hired cheaply through a system called 'Dublinbikes' for cycling in the city centre (adults).
We are really in a lively interesting place.

Best restaurants
Alma, Sprezzatura, Locks, Bite of Life cafe, Noshington, the Wine Pair, Vegan Butcher... surrounded by goodrestaurants and cafes
Camden street (5 min walk) comes alive at night, close but not too close!
Favourite cafés
Alma, Cake Cafe, Noshington
Where to go shopping
Second hand shops on Camden st. Lots of High street shops on Grafton st snad stephens green shopping centre, irish design shops dotted around town.. Georges st, Georges st arcade, Temple Bar
Your area's cultural and historical landmarks
National Gallery, Natural History Museum, Chester Beatty Museum, St Patricks Cathedral, Trinity College, Kilmainham Gaol, IMMA... all walking distance or short bus ride
Local walks
Iveagh Gardens park, St Stephens Green, Grand Canal
Places you love to exercise
Canal walk/cycle/ Sandymount beach, Tick Nock (Dublin mountains)
Top day trips
Glendalough Co Wicklow, Howth head, Carlingford

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