Charm­ing Ed­war­dian be­tween Sandy­mount and the sea

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - The Market - 1.05m

out to the gar­den. Much more could be made of this space and the next owner is likely to try and build out to bet­ter in­te­grate it with the kitchen.

There is a smart shower room with a large shower stall to the rear.

The gar­den is a pri­vate and rest­ful green space, with a shed to the rear and a sec­ond cov­ered seat­ing area ad­join­ing.

Southerly as­pect

Sub­ject to plan­ning, this would make a great lo­ca­tion for a home of­fice be­cause of its southerly as­pect. Al­though north-fac­ing, the gar­den gets plenty of westerly evening sun thanks to the low di­vid­ing walls be­tween its neigh­bour­ing prop­er­ties.

The house has three good-sized bed­rooms, two dou­bles and a sin­gle as well as another room on the re­turn with built-in wardrobes but it comes in just un­der the square me­ter­age re­quired by build­ing reg­u­la­tions to call it a bed­room.

It would work well as a nurs­ery or a home of­fice.

The land­ing is washed in light from over­head roof lights and the prop­erty, mea­sur­ing 131sq m (1,410sq ft), is seek­ing ¤1.05 mil­lion through agent Sherry FitzGer­ald.

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