A wonderful newly built mews featuring luxurious accommodation and finished to an exceptional specification.
Behind the understated and inconspicuous façade of No. 7 Petty Lane, lies a truly wonderful newly built mews house extending to approx. 174 sq m / 1,872 sq ft of luxurious accommodation and finished to an exceptional specification.
Completed in summer 2018 and designed by ACA Architects, No. 7 Petty Lane boasts bright, spacious, well thought out accommodation coupled with the highest standard of build quality with a focus on a highly efficient energy performing home.
Added to the uniqueness of the property is the prime location in Sandymount, tucked away behind the pretty terrace houses on Newbridge Avenue and a stone's throw from the Aviva Stadium, Ballsbridge Village, Sandymount Village and Sandymount Strand.
A major feature of No 7 Petty Lane is the natural light which floods the entire house. This has been achieved by clever design features such as the metal-frame glazed partition wall in the hall; the open plan living /dining /kitchen has an entire wall of glass overlooking the garden. The staircase has windows on the lower and upper levels, again flooding light into the hall, upstairs landing and bedroom 4 (study) and electronic controlled skylights with rain sensors ensure natural light in the first floor bathrooms.
The impressive living space is easily identified in 3 zones and the light gained from the floor to ceiling glass windows cannot be over emphasised. The simplicity of the layout creates versatile space where reception areas work together for both entertaining purposes and for everyday living. The large sitting area is centred around a wall mounted contemporary fire effect feature, which has built in corner seats to either side and a wall of solid timber library style book cases. A central island differentiates between the kitchen and living space. The superb modern kitchen was custom designed by McNally Kitchens and is fitted with top of the range appliances including WIFI controlled double Siemens Ovens. The dining area easily accommodates a table for 6 8 people. Extra-large sliding doors open to the sheltered terrace, ideal for al fresco dining and enjoying the professionally landscaped garden.
On the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms. The master bedroom and bedroom 2 both feature sliding doors to the first-floor terrace and both have en suite bathrooms. The versatile 4th bedroom is ideal as either a bedroom or a study. It has a picture window which looks directly out the upper staircase window and a large electronic controlled sky light ensures further natural light.
The A3 Ber Rating demonstrates the attention given to building a home which takes direction of modern standards. The mews is wrapped in insulation with 300mm under the ground floor, 155 mm in all external walls and insulation over the entire roof. The heating is managed by an economic highly efficient Air to Water Heat Pump system, which heats the house by extracting energy from the outside air. This system typically costs 50% to 60% less than traditional fossil fuel systems coupled with having a very low carbon foot print.
This superb residence would make an ideal home for anyone looking for a contemporary luxurious, energy efficient home located in the heart of Dublin 4.
South East facing rear garden which is professionally landscaped by Outside Options, Bloom Prize Winner 2018. The garden is surrounded by stone walls on 2 sides and wall to rear with trellis fencing to ensure privacy. Sandstone paved patio area surrounded by flowering shrubs, box hedging and flower beds. Leading to synthetic grass lawn which is framed by raised planter boxes with flowers and shrubbery. Outdoor water tap, concealed heat recovery unit
CAT 5 cabling, TV points throughout, intercom with video link, Air to Water heat pump, alarm system, mains water, mains sewage, underfloor heating throughout, air filter system, sensor lights at front door, in the garage and utility room.
BER Details - BER A3 - BER No.110592359 - Energy Performance Indicator: 59.87 kWh/M2/yr