Ranelagh classic with stylish twist for 3 Million

Palmerston Road, a popular street in the redbrick heart of Dublin 6, fairly bristles with “For Sale” and “Sale Agreed” signs at the moment. The street has had its ups and downs, with Victorian homes converted from flats back into single family homes selling for €6 million-plus in the Celtic Tiger years.
Prices fell in the post-boom crash but are creeping back up: number 65 sold for €1.8 million in July 2015 and number 66 went on the market last November for €1.95 million. Both were in flats, needing conversion.
Now 64 Palmerston Road, a 279sq m (3,000sq ft) two storey over garden level, semi-detached four-/five-bed (the other half of number 65) is for sale by private treaty for €3 million through Knight Frank.
The house, which has bay windows on three floors at the front, has been completely renovated and refurbished and is in walk-in condition. Most of the major work modernising 64 Palmerston Road – built in the late 1800s – was done more than a decade ago by a builder/ developer, before the current owner bought it and put her stamp on it, says agent Peter Kenny of Knight Frank.
Good effect
It’s a dramatic stamp: the owner has decorated the house with flair, from glossy red kitchen units at garden level to the large bathroom with a black-tiled floor at the top of the house.

Read More: Irish Times

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