30 Erne Street Upper, Dublin 2
Selling price: €775,000 Broker: Lisney Sotheby’s International Realty (01) 662 4511
Located between Pearse Street and Holles Street Hospital and in close proximity to the Grand Canal Dock, Erne Street Upper is a well-maintained row of Georgian townhouses that is in high demand for those who prefer a stylish historic building with character to a modern apartment.
No. 30 is the penultimate house on the left, just before the tunnel leading to the Pearse Street junction. Renovated in 2007 and recently repainted in a rich color palette, the house is a fusion of old and new. Recent upgrades include a new gas boiler with a smart thermostat that you can control via an app, a digital intruder alarm, recessed lighting, and a SieMatic kitchen.
Original features such as hardwood floors, plantation shutters, coving, and dado rails have all been preserved. Off the marble-tiled lobby is a living room which is painted a warm shade of blue on both the walls and ceiling, bringing color to everything around it. Next to it is the dining room with exposed brick walls, stone floors and an arch to the kitchen. Upstairs are two bedrooms and a bathroom with rain shower.
There is a small front garden with original railings and a courtyard garden to the rear with a granite wall and Indian sandstone paving. The house measures 1,227 m² and is equipped with a C2 BER.
The location is as convenient as city pads can get. It takes only a few minutes walk to Merrion Square, Trinity College, Grafton Street and the tech and financial hub of Dublin’s Docklands, home to global giants such as Google, Facebook/Meta, Airbnb, Morgan Stanley and Citibank.
The Bord Gáis Energy Theater is on the doorstep and the Pearse Street DART station is just around the corner.
No. 30 Erne Street Upper is on the market for €775,000 at Lisney Sotheby’s International Realty (01) 662 4511.
https://www.independent.ie/life/home-garden/homes/georgian-home-on-erne-street-upper-weds-old-and-new-features-42010753.html The Georgian house on Erne Street Upper combines old and new elements