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Dublin: 13 °C Tuesday 14 July, 2020

There's a cute little cottage for sale in city centre Dublin

It’s just off Harcourt Street.

THIS VICTORIAN REDBRICK terraced house in Curzon Street, Dublin, has been extensively modernised while managing to maintain its period charm.

Source: Daft

5 Curzon Street, Dublin 8 is for sale with Sherry Fitzgerald for €650,000 via

This three-bedroom villa-style home is surprisingly spacious, bright and airy. Period details such as high ceilings, plasterwork and original timber floors remain and exist hand-in-hand with an open style floor plan and neutral palette for a contemporary look.


The living room features exposed timber floors, a stone fireplace and a large bay window which almost runs the full way from floor to ceiling.


The kitchen looks out to the sunny south-west private garden and features a stainless steel sink and integrated fixtures and fittings.


The conservatory-style living room, just off the kitchen to the rear of the house, features a free-standing wood-burning stove, sky lights and a full wall of floor to ceiling glazing making for a light-filled and pleasant space.

Source: Daft

There are two bedrooms upstairs and one bedroom downstairs. The master bedroom is en-suite.


5 Curzon Street, Dublin 8 is for sale with Sherry Fitzgerald for €650,000 via

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