- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 154 m²
Enjoying an enviable location in this ever popular residential enclave which stretches between the top of Kill Lane and Deansgrange Road, No.83 has been a much loved family home over the years and now comes to the market with a wealth of light filled accommodation which has been very well cared for and already benefits from both a kitchen extension and an attic conversion.
A glazed entryway, hall door and a set of glazed double doors from the living room, ensure the entrance hall, while in the middle of the house, remains very bright and welcoming and it has a very large under stair storage area, ideal for use as a spacious cloaks closet. The living/dining room spans the entire width of the house and two large light bearing windows ensure it is always drenched in light. On the other side of this floor there is a modern wet room, a study, and an open plan kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs on the first floor there are four very well-appointed bedrooms and a bathroom. The spacious landing afforded the current owners the ability to put in a traditional stairwell up to the attic room which is currently in use as a further double bedroom.
To the front of the house there is currently off street parking for 3 cars and ample space to create a larger parking forecourt, should new owners so desire. There are also double doors into the garage (13sq.m./140sq.ft. approx.), ripe for conversion (subject to planning permission), and gated pedestrian side access leads around to the 64ft garden. It is laid mainly in lawn with a patio at the end of the garden. There is pedestrian access into the garage and two further storage sheds.
The property is conveniently located close to all conceivable amenities, both social and essential. Deansgrange Village is within easy reach which offers ample shopping options. Also nearby are Cornelscourt Village and shopping centre providing an excellent range of eateries and shopping facilities and Cabinteely Village has a wealth of bars, restaurants and cafes. Excellent transport links are close by including the QBC, which provides ease of access to the city centre, and the M50 provides access to all the major national routeways. There are also a variety of highly regarded primary and secondary schools in the area.
Entrance Porch tiled floor, glazed door
Entrance Hall 2.58m x 3.26m. glazed hall door flanked by a glazed panel, ceiling coving and under stair storage area
Living/ Dining Room 4.09m x 6.55m. spanning the entire width of the house, glazed double doors, ceiling coving, two large library windows, feature fireplace with gas fire inset
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 3.43m x 3.39m. ceiling coving, built in shelving, electric fire, archway through to kitchen area with laminate floor, built in wall and floor units, provision for oven and hob, provision for dishwasher, provision for fridge freezer, door to garden
Study 2.12m x 3.06m. bright room looking down in the garden
Wet Room tiled floor and walls, whb with under sink storage, w.c and shower
Landing with hot press
Bedroom 1 4.09m x 3.45m. large double bedroom to the front of the house with built in slide ropes
Bedroom 2 4.09m x 3.00m. double bedroom to the front of the house
Bedroom 3 3.29m x 3.45m. generously appointed bedroom to the rear of the house looking down the garden
Bedroom 4 3.29m x 3.00m. double bedroom, sink with tiled splash back and built-in wardrobes
Bathroom tiled walls, sink with under storage, wall mounted vanity unit, w.c. and walk in shower
Attic conversion 3.98m x 6.11m. currently in use as a double bedroom, storage closet, 2 x Velux windows, access to under eaves storage
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