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A spacious Victorian redbrick in the heart of Dublin 6

The beautiful gardens were created by award-winning designer Paul Doyle.

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BEECHWOOD AVENUE IS nestled close to Ranelagh village and within a one-minute stroll of Beechwood Luas stop, featuring an array of classic Victorian redbrick houses.

This semi-detached two-bedroom home showcases a refurbished, elegant interior that stretches over 109 square metres.

8 Beechwood Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 is for sale for €950,000 with McNally Handy via Daft.ie.

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Each room within the spacious house features 13-foot ceilings.

The drawing room includes walnut floors, double-glazed sash windows and a coal-effect gas fire with a polished stone base.

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The open-plan living area combines a kitchen, dining room and living room with two Velux windows and double French doors which lead to the landscaped garden.

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The gardens were designed with consultation from award-winning garden designer Paul Doyle and feature lollipop bay trees, crimson cyclamen, box hedging, bamboo and planting beds.

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The modern shower room includes a double shower cubicle with Fired Earth tiling, a Duravit wash hand basin, spot lighting and underfloor heating.

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One of the large double rooms overlooks the rear garden and features an original cast-iron fireplace.

8 Beechwood Avenue Lower, Ranelagh, Dublin 6 is for sale for €950,000 with McNally Handy and Sherry Fitzgerald via Daft.ie.

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