Old Long Hill
Built in the mid 1970s, and totally upgraded and refurbished by the current owners, the property boasts a magnificent living/dining room, with feature stone fireplace and French doors leading out onto a wrap-around suntrap veranda, a perfect place for summer barbecues, outdoor entertaining or just enjoying the peace and tranquillity while watching the sunset behind the mountains. From the moment you walk through the hall door, a sense of style and taste is evident in this modern home, with solid oak floors throughout the hallway and living areas. To the left of the hall door is a well-appointed utility room, with floor to ceiling fitted units by Newcastle Kitchens. At the front of the property is the warm and inviting kitchen, with beamed ceiling and featuring a wood burning stove and Rangemaster cooker. The kitchen leads into the impressive triple aspect living/dining room, with its veranda access and stunning vistas. Three good sized double bedrooms, one with ensuite shower room, a single bedroom and family bathroom complete the accommodation. It is worth noting that there is a very large floored attic, with Stira access, ideal for conversion if desired. The property also benefits from a detached garage, currently used as storage, with adjoining office room.
An idyllic hideaway from the hustle and bustle of urban living and yet within only a few minutes drive of the village of Enniskerry. This pretty village boasts an array of neighbourhood shops, art galleries, restaurants, and primary schools. Public transport is catered for, the 44 Dublin Bus route terminates in the village which travels to the City via Dundrum, and the Dart shuttle service to Bray runs frequently. In addition, the 145 bus route leaves from Kilmacanogue. The N11 and M50 are mere minutes away and the Luas at Cherrywood can be reached by private transport in 10-15 minutes. The renowned Powerscourt House and Gardens are close by, incorporating retail and restaurant amenities, as well as the Avoca Handweavers flagship store in Kilmacanogue. Enniskerry is the ideal location for outdoor pursuits, a hillwalkers paradise, cycling, horse riding and golf are within easy reach.
The property is set on approx one acre, entered via double gates, with a graveled driveway. To the front is an attractive patio area, with railway sleeper raised beds and an array of shrubs and flowers. To the rear, the garden is laid out mainly in lawn, surrounded by mature hedging and trees with a vast variety of shrubs including Hydrangea, Hebe and Weigelia to name but a few. There is a detached garage, with a lino covered floor and fitted shelving, currently used for storage, fully wired with double vehicle doors, two windows and door into a separate room currently used as a home office, with its own separate entrance door and window.
Solid oak floors
Feature stone fireplace
Triple aspect living/diner
Large wraparound veranda
Accessible to transport links
Easy access to Enniskerry Village
Detached garage and adjoining office
Picturesque setting with stunning views
Well maintained site with clear boundary
Wood burning stove and Rangemaster cooker
Close to scenic outdoor pursuits such as Powerscourt Waterfall & Gardens
Tv & phone points
Utility Room 3.80m x 2.27m (12'6" x 7'5") Floor to ceiling fitted units by Newcastle Kitchen, integrated wine rack, stainless steel sink, counter top, floor units, plumbed for washing machine, tiled floor, Velux windows, door to side garden.
Kitchen 7.57m x 3.75m (24'10" x 12'4") Dual aspect room, with semi-solid oak floor, shaker style painted solid wood fitted wall and floor units, with pull out pantry unit, marble counter-top, wood burning stove, dual fuel Rangemaster cooker, plumbed for dishwasher, stainless steel sink, mosaic tiled splash-back, wooden ceiling beams and downlighters, double doors to patio area.
Living / Dining Room 7.57m x 6.12m (24'10" x 20'1") Exceptionally large triple aspect room, with solid oak floor, feature fireplace with solid stone floor-to-ceiling chimney breast with open fire, French doors open onto wooden veranda.
Bedroom 4 3.97m x 2.30m (13'0" x 7'7") Single bedroom, carpeted floor, ceiling downlighters, built in wardrobe with integrated bookcase, window overlooking veranda with garden and mountain views.
Master Bedroom 3.67m x 3.28m (12'0" x 10'9") Large double bedroom with solid pine floor, ceiling downlighters, built in wardrobes, two windows overlooking veranda with garden and mountain views.
Bedroom 3 4.00m x 3.97m (13'1" x 13'0") Double bedroom, solid pine floor, ceiling downlighters, built in wardrobes, window overlooking veranda and garden with views as far as Dalkey island.
Bedroom 2 3.98m x 3.34m (13'1" x 10'11") Double bedroom, solid pine floor, ceiling downlighters, built in wardrobes, window overlooking side garden.
En-Suite Walk in shower enclosure, with Mira electric shower, floor to ceiling mosaic tiles, tiled floor, wc and whb, mosaic tiled splash-back, wall mounted medicine cabinet with mirror doors and integrated lighting, extractor fan, ceiling downlighters, frosted window.
Bathroom Family bathroom with attractive cream floor tiles and cream painted wood panelled walls, large shower enclosure with Triton T90 electric shower, sunken bath with tiled surround, wc and whb with tiled splashback, wall mounted medicine cabinet with mirror doors, chrome wall mounted towel radiator, extractor fan. Window to front garden, with tiled window sill and built in storage cupboards.
BER Number: 103258448
Energy Performance Indicator: 261.12kWh/m2/yr
About the Area
Enniskerry is an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding countryside as well as the magnificent Powerscourt grounds. It features superb cafes and shops as well as a host of picture-postcard cottages and a charming village triangle. The clock tower in the centre of the village is also a very attractive feature. The Catholic Church circa 1843 by Patrick Byrne is one of the first gothic revival churches in Ireland. Lying in a beautiful glen of the Cookstown or Glencullen River, the wooded country around Enniskerry offers fine forest walks.
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