When the new owners of this house are asked which part of Terenure they live in, they will happily respond ‘The Terenure Part’. This Edwardian home is just off Terenure Road North, in the heart of the village. Unlike many other ‘urban villages’ that are having a resurgence, Terenure has never been anything other than a premium address. It will be, without doubt, a project. The home has been occupied by the same family for decades and is in need of updating. However, the potential is massive and the end result will undoubtedly be worth the effort.
The authentic step-in porch and front door lead to a hallway with two generous reception rooms, joined by pocket doors. Original fireplaces and floorboards and a picture rail in the reception rooms can be included in future design and décor plans. To the rear is a small fitted kitchen, a downstairs WC, and a closed in tiled space that will require some regeneration, either standalone or as part of a bigger renovation.
The original railings, tiled front path and Edwardian style door gives this home a really authentic feel. The rear garden is in need of work but has good potential. There is a shed/garage with rear access from a lane. A few steps in one direction will bring you to Terenure Village with its shops, restaurants and much more. A few steps in the other direction will bring you to the fantastic Eaton Square, where the park has been a popular play destination for small children for many years. There are national schools in the village and a selection of secondary schools just a short bus trip away. Bus connections reach as far as the Airport in one direction and Blackrock in the other.
THE BOTTOM LINE
Ready to begin a new chapter in its life, this home is waiting for its new forever owner.
Gas rad central heating
Many Edwardian features still in situ
Modern double glazed windows
Car Garage to rear with lane accessDownload Brochure
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