What is it? A mid-terrace home on Stoneybatter’s best known residential street. The latter was the subject of a recently screened documentary Oxmantown Road’ about different families and their varied histories on the terraced stretch.
Tell me more about the place…
No 108 is in need of some restoration but is generally clean and habitable. It’s in its original format with a parlour room, a livingroom and a small kitchen, two bedrooms and a shower room. Built around 100 years ago by the Dublin Artisan Dwelling Company, it spans 715 sq ft.
The good news?
Beautiful brickwork and trendy as hell in Dublin 7’s hipster haven. You can’t get more central, there’s a great sense of community with a mix of traditional and modern pubs and shops.
And the bad news?
Complete redecoration, new bathroom, new kitchen and you might want to throw in rewiring and a replumb. Many owners have broken down walls to make these open plan with the kitchen at the front.
How much to buy it?
The asking price is €330,000.
And to fix it up?
Around €50,000 will sort it out. More to get it to a very high-end finish.
What will I end up with?
A modernised city base in one of Dublin’s trendiest and best loved locations.
Who do I talk to?
The Property Shop’s Orla Redden has the keys to this little gem, (01) 838 8444.
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