On the Market – four historic cottages in Dublin

31 Findlater Street, Glasthule, County Dublin

€375,000 REA McGee (01) 671 1111

Findlater Street is within walking distance of a variety of Glasthule craft shops and restaurants, not to mention the coastal walks, yacht clubs and People’s Park at neighboring Dun Laoghaire and the sea-floating Shangri-La the Forty Foot at Sandycove.
No31 is part of a row of townhouses with high ceilings and period charm. The accommodation comprises a living room with a fireplace, a kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a small courtyard. There is street parking at the front and it’s a five minute walk to the darts station.

101 Pembroke Cottages, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

€599,000 Lynam Auctioneers (01) 296 5374


101 Pembroke Cottages, Donnybrook, Dublin 4

Pembroke Cottages have stood the test of time since Lord Herbert had them built for local workers in the late 19th century. While retaining its Victorian exterior, No101 is now firmly rooted in the 21st century having been restored, extended and refurbished in recent years.
It has three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, kitchen/dining room with skylight and recessed lighting, while to the rear is an enclosed seating area with artificial grass, built-in benches and a glass roof. Herbert Park is within walking distance, as is the village of Donnybrook with its selection of restaurants, cafes and delis.

3 Reilly’s Terrace, Cork Street, Dublin

€295,000 Hopkins Ward Estate Agents (01) 496 7954


3 Reilly’s Terrace, Cork Street, Dublin 8

This brick house was originally a craftsman built for Guinness workers c. 1900. Since then it has been well modernised, not least in the kitchen/living area which was updated five years ago with new fixtures and wood paneling of the sloping ceiling. There are two double bedrooms, a utility room, a bathroom and a gated courtyard at the rear with access to a side lane which is handy for bringing bikes in and taking out bins. It is opposite Coombe Hospital and if you wish to venture further afield, a cobbled driveway at the front offers parking for two cars.

25 Erne Terrace Front, Dublin South City Centre

€380,000 Owen Reilly (01) 677 7100


25 Erne Terrace Front, South City Centre, Dublin 2

Built for Dublin’s railway workers in the late 19th century, Erne Terrace is now popular with professionals working in the nearby financial and IT districts. No25 is a restored cottage with a study, open plan kitchen/dining/living area, two double bedrooms, one bathroom and a small enclosed south facing rear garden. Street parking is available.
It’s a five minute walk from Trinity College, Grafton Street and the Grand Canal Dock, two minutes from Pearse Street Dart Station and there are cafes, bars and restaurants down the road.

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