Dartmouth Square, one of Dublin’s premier addresses, is also one of the finest examples of a formal Victorian Park in the city. The splendid terraces of elegant, red-brick, two storey over garden level houses border the park on all sides. The terraces are protected structures and the entire area is an Architectural Conservation Area protecting its historical significance.
Number 50 is ideally positioned on Dartmouth Square South meaning it has a south facing, 20 metre rear garden with a two bay garage accessed via Cambridge Terrace. The house itself is two storey over garden level and while it has been in use as offices for a number of years it has been very well looked after and many of its original features are immaculately preserved. The house also retains much of its original configuration and so it could be easily converted back to residential use and would make a magnificent family home.
Ranelagh is a superb and diverse suburb just minutes from Dublin City Centre. Among its tree lined avenues and beautiful parks and buildings it has an abundance of places to eat and drink, boutique shops, a vibrant local community, and an ‘urban village’ feel that gives it a wonderful sense of independence.
Public transport is well catered in the area by both Dublin Bus and the Luas Green Line. Some of Dublins finest schools are all in the location including Kildare Place, Scoil Bride, St Mary’s National School, Ranelagh Multi-denominational, Sandford Park, Muckross Park and Gonzaga College. This is a most convenient south city location with Ranelagh (0.5km), St Stephens Green (1km) and Ballsbridge (1.5km) all within easy walking distance.
Coming from Ranelagh Bridge towards Ranelagh take the first left onto Dartmouth Road. Continue for approximately 180m to the roundabout. Go straight through the roundabout onto Dartmouth Square South and number 50 is on the right hand side facing on to the square.
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