This is an exciting opportunity to acquire Weston House, 9 Stamer Street, a delightful Victorian period property, ideally positioned in the heart of Portobello. This superb residence has been owned and used by different generations of the same family since the mid-1940's. Whilst now in need of upgrading and modernisation, there is potential to turn this stunning property into a modern family home or indeed, given its most convenient and trendy location, a savvy investment.
Weston House is one of the largest residential properties Portobello has to offer. The accommodation briefly comprises, six double bedrooms laid out over the first and second floors, five guest w.c/bathrooms, a basement level kitchen overlooking the rear garden, along with a study and sitting room to the front on this level. A large dining room interconnects to a large drawing room at hall level. There is more than enough storage space from under stairs storage, cloakrooms and eaves storage throughout. The period features range from ceiling coving with centre rose, feature fireplaces with surround and hearth tiled finish, high ceilings and large sash windows, to name but a few. A renovation of this property would provide the owner with an amazing modern property juxtaposed by the original features. A perfect blend of the old and the new.
Stamer street is one of the most desirable roads in Portobello. The amenities in the area are bountiful. There is a selection of amazing restaurants on Camden Street only a short stroll away, and the Swan Shopping Centre in Rathmines is only a 15 minute walk away. With a range of Dublin Bus stops and the Harcourt Luas Stop is within minutes.
Entrance Hall 9.38m x 1.79m. Feature high ceilings, ceiling coving and centre rose.
Drawing Room 4.58m x 4.49m. Feature bay window, ceiling coving and centre rose. Open fireplace with tiled surround. Double doors to: -
Dining Room 4.85m x 4.22m. Open fireplace with tiled surround. Ceiling coving.
Bathroom 2.17m x 1.80m. with w.c., wash hand basin & bath. Window providing natural light.
Study 3.28m x 1.80m. Located to front with sash window.
Sitting Room 4.43m x 3.27m. Located to front. Feature cast iron fireplace with decorative surround, ceiling coving, centre rose and dado rail.
Kitchen 4.80m x 3.13m. Large picture window overlooking rear garden. With large storage/hot press. Quarry tiled flooring. Door to shelved pantry. Arch to inner kitchenette with sink unit.
W.C. With w.c. and w.h.b. Window providing natural light.
Bedroom 1 4.65m x 3.38m. Located to the front. Double bedroom with feature fireplace and tiled surround. Ceiling coving.
Bedroom 2 3.74m x 4.21m. Located to rear. Double bedroom with cast iron fireplace with tiled surround. Ceiling coving. Fitted sink in vanity unit. Storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3 4.65m x 2.63m. With feature cast iron fireplace.
Bedroom 4 4.41m x 4.20m. Located to the front, with feature cast iron fire place and eaves storage.
Bedroom 5 4.21m x 2.98m. Located to the front, with feature cast iron fire place and eaves storage.
Bedroom 6 4.21m x 3.03m. Double room, located to the rear with feature cast iron fire place. Storage.
Garden - Front To the front, the garden is bordered with cast iron railings with pedestrian access to the granite steps.
Garden - Rear To the rear, the garden is bordered by mature trees and granite walls with pedestrian access to the rear laneway. Block-built sheds.
Feature high ceilings throughout, with many period features retained.
Victorian property, built 1886 approx.
Prime residential location, within a gentle stroll of all of the amenities that Rathmines Town Centre and the city centre has to offer.
Telephone and t.v. points.
Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Rathmines on 01 496 6066