A rare opportunity to acquire a most impressive Regency residence enjoying substantial and elegantly proportioned accommodation in a unique and ideal location of unparalleled convenience on one of the few residential streets in the CBD, further enhanced by a generous west facing rear garden (approx. 31m. / 101ft.).
No. 8 is a semi-detached three storey over garden level property built as part of Harcourt Terrace circa 1830 by John Jaspar Joly which is acknowledged as Irelands finest surviving group of Regency houses.
The most impressive property with its ornamental stucco frontage exudes an air of grandeur which is carried through the generous well-proportioned accommodation (310sq.m. / 3,336sq.ft.) which briefly comprises; a pair of interconnecting rooms at both hall and first floor with two further rooms on the second floor, the three-story return provides bath/shower rooms at each level. The accommodation is further complemented at the garden level which provides direct access to the west facing rear garden (31m. / 101 ft.) which is a unique selling feature for a home in this city centre location.
As previously mentioned, Harcourt Terrace, which is a quiet cul-de-sac enjoys a location of unparalleled convenience. It is attractively positioned adjacent to the Grand Canal and is just off Adelaide Road within a short walk of all the amenities that Dublin City Centre has to offer including St. Stephens Green, Iveagh Gardens, The National Concert Hall, Grafton Street, The Royal College of Surgeons, and some of the capitals leading professional services firms to name but a few. The Harcourt LUAS stop is also a short walk away.
A most impressive semi-detached Regency residence.
Impressive features of the era including ornamental stucco frontage, impressive fireplaces, ceiling cornicing & high ceilings
Unique location of unparalleled convenience on one of the few residential streets in the CBD
Generous west facing rear garden (approx. 31m. / 101 ft.).
Superbly proportioned & generous accommodation
Floor area approx. 310sq.m. (3,336sq.ft.)