7 Bellevue Terrace , Tramore, Waterford X91CD68Sale Agreed C2


Delightful 4 bedroomed terraced Victorian period home with a wealth of history and set in a prominent elevated position enjoying panoramic views of The Promenade and Tramore Bay. Built in 1850 by John Henry de la Poer Beresford, 5th Marquess of Waterford as a part of a terrace of 8 holiday homes, the properties were used by visiting gentry of the era to take in the sea air. This is a three bay 2 storey mid terrace home comprising entrance porch, entrance hall, sittingoom, diningroom, kitchen, utility room, guest w.c with 4 bedrooms and bathroom at first floor level plus attic conversion. To the front of the property is a large landscaped detached garden plot (with old grape vine) with pedestrian access from the Lower Branch Road, in addition there are rear gardens with garage with access to Upper Branch Road. The property has been tastefully decorated throughout to evoke the Victorian era and viewing of this beautiful home is highly recommended.


Built c. 1850
New dg sash windows in UC woodgrain
Solid teak painted front door
Rear of the house drylined and insulated
New ceiling in the kitchen and re-plastered
2 main bedrooms drylined and insulated with new oak floors
Master bedroom wall drylined externally
Attic room insulated
New roof – tergal true tone roof tiles, valleys and velux windows.
New Immersion
Re-plastered internally
Rewired in the last 10 years
Damp proofed

BER Details

BER: C2 BER No.111592671 Energy Performance Indicator:189.26 kWh/m²/yr


Entrance Porch

Entrance Hall
Tiled floor

Sittingroom 5.11m (16'9") x 5.28m (17'4")
Coving, stopped solid pitch pine floor and operational shutters. Zofanny wallpaper and Kilkenny marble fireplace.

Diningroom 4.1m (13'5") x 3.18m (10'5")
Antique French wood burning stove with art nouveau fireplace, replacement timber flooring

Kitchen 4.23m (13'11") x 4.14m (13'7")
Integrated fridge and freezer, ceramic tile flooring, painted solid oak fitted kitchen units, stanley brandon oil fired stove ( combo cooking, central heating and hot water). Stainless steel german cooker with stainless steel splashback.
Utility 2.24m (7'4") x 1.12m (3'8")
Back door leading to the garden area

Guest w.c. floor and wall tiles. w.c and w.h.b.

Bedroom 1 5.54m (18'2") x 5.15m (16'11")
New georgian sash windows, large oak fireplace with Stanley solid fuel stove, stopped pitch pine floor

Bedroom 2 3.94m (12'11") x 2.89m (9'6")
stopped pitch pine floor

Bedroom 3 5.65m (18'6") x 1.9m (6'3")
Timber flooring

Bedroom 4 4.48m (14'8") x 2.05m (6'9")
Timber flooring

Bathroom 2.90m (9’5”) x 2.41m ( 7’9”)
Roll top bath with claw feet ( c. 1920), triton electric shower, w.c and w.h.b., tiled floor and walls


Attic conversion


X91 CD68
Follow the main road into Tramore, the property accessed via Train Hill on the right after the Majestic Hotel.