An attractive Victorian terraced residence dating back to c. 1882. extending to approx. 193 sq. m / 2,077 sq. ft. of beautifully proportioned accommodation over three floors.
An attractive Victorian terraced residence dating back to c.1882. extending to approx. 193 sq. m / 2,077 sq. ft. of beautifully proportioned accommodation over three floors.
No. 20 is a large Victorian, mid terrace property build in 1882, approached via a long mature front garden set well back from the road. The home has been lovingly restored and extended with the current owners sourcing materials and antiques from architectural salvage yards throughout the country. This home is walk-in condition, with Victorian styled floor tiles and original staircase in the entrance hall plus original timber floors in the two interconnecting reception rooms and picture rails drawing the eye upwards showing off good ceiling heights.
The living room to the front showcases a large bay window and lovingly restored period cast iron fireplace. From here, one is led into family dining room, ideal for evening entertaining. The owner`s excellent choice of colour and style in these two rooms creates a cosy and intimate setting making one never wanting to leave. The light filled kitchen/ living extension to the rear features crittall styled doors and windows. The kitchen area is fitted with Indian limestone throughout plus stylish floor and wall mounted units including a range-master, solid oak breakfast bar plus a standalone solid fuel stove. The living area overlooks a terraced area ideal for outdoor entertaining leading to a stepped garden with mature gardens.
Under the stairs you uncover a uniquely styled small W.C. There are four large cosy bedrooms on the first and second floors, one currently used as a home office. All these bedrooms have their own bathrooms, with master also benefiting from a walk in dressing room. All rooms retain the high ceilings while the bedroom to the front of the property features an original brick exposed wall and original fireplace.
There is an abundance of open storage space throughout. Further accommodation includes an attic space with ample storage space. The home is fitted with double glazed Scandinavian styled AluClad windows to the back while the front benefits from sash styled triple glazed windows. Other features of the property include gas fired central heating, a 4 bar walrus booster pump system ensuring power showers throughout, skylights in one of the bathrooms and the dressing room which could be converted into a fifth bedroom and an abundance of restored period features throughout. To the rear of the garden is an unusually large garage plumbed for washing machine etc. and while it can accommodate up to three cars. However, today it is currently used as a gym, car port and handyman space. The garage also boasts an electrified automatic door system leading to a private cul-de-sac laneway with communal parking.The back garden is terraced with a patio area, mature gardens, lawn, greenhouse with established vines and raised beds for home-grown organic vegetables. It has the all-important westerly aspect, ideal for catching the evening sunset.
Tyrconnell Road is a direct extension of the N7 Naas Road and No 20 is in the heart of Inchicore village offering excellent choice of public transport with several bus routes passing the door and Blackhorse Luas station 5 minutes` walk. In a busy city environment, No 20 is a perfect haven for peace and relaxation away from the stress and strains of city living yet is only within a short distance of the city centre, the national road network, Phoenix Park, Memorial Gardens, IMMA, St. James`s Hospital and the Coombe Hospital.
Inchicore runs along the river Camac between the river Liffey and the grand Canal and in recent years Inchicore had become part of Dublin city living, where a vibrant village culture has emerged