The Ringsend home transformed over the space of four years

The Ringsend home transformed over the space of four years

A lot can happen in the space of four years.

Just take 9 Howard Street in Ringsend, Dublin 4 as an example.

When it sold in April 2015, it was a 48sqm two bed cottage in need of some love and repair.

How 9 Howard Street looked before its transformation

It has certainly got that in the intervening period and is now back on the market through Sherry FitzGerald as a much snazzier one bed but with 72sqm of living space.

The mid-terrace house has been extensively renovated and modernised internally by Eileen Fitzgerald of architectural practice Donnelly Turpin.

Inside 9 Howard Street

After working her magic, it now boasts an open plan ground floor with underfloor heating and a wall mounted gas fire.

The house has been transformed into a spacious, light-filled home

The opening up of the downstairs has also allowed more light to flow through it.

The bedroom of the property

The tastefully presented and high specification accommodation includes a well-appointed kitchen with a good range of floor and eye level units and integrated domestic appliances. To the rear there is a utility room and shower room. At first floor level, there is a second shower room and large bedroom. The design ensures a second ensuite bedroom can be easily incorporated. The property also benefits from a private rear patio garden.

The bathroom of 9 Howard Street

For further details on this incredible transformation check it out now on MyHome.ie here or call in this Saturday from 12.30pm to 1pm to view it for yourself.

The courtyard area of the property

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