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49 Marguerite Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9, D09V6P0€695,000 D1

4 Bed Terraced House 120 m² / 1292 ft² For Sale

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On open view Monday 23rd of May from 5:30 until 6:30. Combining period elegance and modern design is this impressive red brick family home situated on a quiet cul de sac setting just off Botanic Road and close to Dublin City Centre. Built almost a century ago by the renowned Alexander Strain this classical building�s quality is apparent throughout. The property offers an usually large spacious interior with a multitude of period features and characteristics along with the comfort of modern day living.

Upon entering the property one is greeted with a large entrance hallway and inviting drawing room with bay window and interconnecting dining room, both beautifully decorated rooms each with large magnificent fireplaces, high ceiling and ornate plasterwork. The hallway steps down and leads to the extended kitchen/breakfast room to the rear and under the staircase is a guest cloakroom with wc. The breakfast room opens out the rear garden which has a sunny south facing aspect. On the return level there is a bedroom and the main bathroom. At first floor level there are three further bedrooms all of generous proportions. A spiral staircase from the landing leads up to a converted attic area. The property also has the benefit of a studio area to the back; ancillary to the accommodation of the main house this excellent addition may suit a variety of uses.

Marguerite Road is a highly regarded and much sought after residential location in the heart of Glasnevin, just off Botanic Road, convenient to local shops, schools and recreational and sporting amenities. Dublin city centre, the Four Courts and the IFSC are all easily accessible and Dublin International Airport is within a twenty minute drive of the property. The property is also situated within walking distance of the Bon Secours Hospital, St. Patricks College and the National Botanic Gardens.


Magnificent Alexander Strain built period residence
Vechicular access to garage to rear
South facing rear garden
Situated in private cul de sac setting
On street residential parking
Beautiful facade
Replacement double glazed sash windows
Magnificent entrance hallway
Two interconnecting reception rooms
Extended kitchen/ breakfast rooms
Converted attic room
Many classical architectural features including high ceilings, cast iron fireplaces, ornate plaster work
Gas fired radiator central heating
Floor area 120 sq.m (1291 sq.ft)



  • Entrance Hall (7.60m x 1.70m )
    Steps down to inner hallway, understairs storage cupboard, door to

  • Guest Cloak Room
    WC, WHB with tilled floor

  • Drawing room (4.20m x 4.10m )
    bay window with original wooden flooring, attractive coving and centre rose, magnificent cast iron fireplace with gas coal affect fire, opening to

  • Dining Room (4.00m x 3.90m )
    original wooden flooring, coving and centre rose,magnificent cast iron fireplace, marble surround and gas coal affect fire. Door to rear garden.

  • Kitchen/ Breakfast Room (7.45m x 3.15m )
    traditional style fitted kitchen, with range of cupboards,worktops, display units, 1 & 1/2 bowl sink unit, stoves gas hob and double stoves oven, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, recessed down lights and velux window.

  • First Floor

  • Bathroom (2.10m x 1.75m )
    Bathroom with triton T90Si electric shower, WC, WHB, tiled floor and walls

  • Bedroom 1 (3.05m x 2.30m )
    Built in wardrobes


  • Landing (3.70m x 2.00m )
    open tread spiral staircase to attic area

  • Bedroom 2 (4.10m x 3.50m )
    to rear, case iron fireplace and built in wardrobes

  • Bedroom 3 (3.35m x 2.70m )
    to front, built in wardrobes

  • Bedroom 4 (3.35m x 2.65m )
    to front, with built in wardrobes

  • Attic area (4.30m x 3.80m )
    excellent eaves storage space, two velux windows facing south and built in wardrobe area


Eoin O'Toole

BER Details

247.71 kWh/m²/yr