DescriptionA charming detached period family home full of character and distinction with generously proportioned accommodation situated in an exclusive residential area convenient to the city centre and amenities.
20 Grosvenor Terrace is approached by a railed front garden with steps leading to the front door. Internally the bright and spacious accommodation extends over three levels and comprises a welcoming entrance hall off of which is a comfortable sittingroom with an open fireplace, elegant over-mantle, ornate ceiling coving and ceiling rose and a beautiful bay sash window. The diningroom to the rear has ornate ceiling coving, ceiling rose and dual sash windows which look out on to the back garden. At the end of the hall there is a shelved pantry, the kitchen to the rear has an oil fired Aga cooker off of which is the utility room with a good range of built in cupboards, a shower room and w.c. Upstairs on the first floor return is a family bathroom and w.c. On the first floor there are two fine double bedrooms with period features and a single bedroom. The top floor has two double bedrooms.
The private rear garden is an attractive feature with a natural stone wall with mature shrubs, trees, hedges, rockeries and access door to the garage.
Amenities close by - Schools – De La Salle, Waterpark, Newtown, St. Declans, St. John of Gods and The Ursuline, Shopping centres – Tesco and Ardkeen, Odeon Cinema, Sports and leisure facilities – St. Anne's Tennis Club, Kingfisher Club, Soccer, GAA and Rugby clubs and The People's Park.
Waterford, the Viking capital of Ireland, is an area of great scenic beauty with architectural, archaeological and historical places of interest. The county covers over 700 square miles of unsurpassed natural beauty from fishing villages and beaches to inspiring mountains and lush wooded river valleys.
Waterford is the principal regional city for main services, industry, education, medical, rail, air and sea transport services in the South East and is connected to Dublin by the M9 Motorway (168 km) and the N25 and N24 connect with Cork (123 km) and Limerick (126 km) respectively.
RoomsEntrance Hall - 9.7m x 2.0m
Pine staircase with cupboard underneath. Tiled floor. Ceiling coving. Ceiling height 3.1m
Sittingroom - 5.04m x 4.1m
Open fireplace with ornate marble fireplace, metal hood, copper and tiled inset. Tiled hearth. Ceiling coving and decorative centre rose. Bay window 2.9 x 1.2. Ceiling height 3.1 m.
Diningroom - 5.0m x 4.0m
Open fireplace with period marble and slate fireplace. Tiled hearth. Decorative ceiling coving and centre rose. Ceiling height 3.1m
Pantry - 1.5m x 1.2m
Kitchen - 3.3m x 3.0m
Aga cooker - oil fired. Built in cupboards. Open plan to utility room.
Utility Room - 4.3m x 2.1m
Built in wall and floor cupboards. S.s.s unit.
Shower Room -
Shower and w.c.
FIRST FLOOR RETURN -
Bath with mixer shower. Shower unit with electric shower. W.h.b. Medicine cabinet. Airing cupboard with immersion heater.
Separate w.c. -
FIRST FLOOR -
Bedroom 1 - 5.08m x 4.1m
Open fireplace with period over-mantle.
Bedroom 2 - 4.1m x 4.0m
Bedroom 3 - 2.9m x 2.7m
SECOND FLOOR -
Bedroom 4 - 4.0m x 3.5m
Bedroom 5 - 4.8m x 4.1m
With open fireplace and period over-mantle.
Features5 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms 2 Bathrooms
Beautiful period features
Highly regarded residential area
Within a short walk of Waterford City centre
Private rear garden
Spacious generously proportioned accommodation extending to c. 221 sq.m
In need of some modernisation
Close to excellent amenities such as public transport, schools, shops, sports and leisure facilities
InclusionsFitted carpets and curtains.
OutsideThe private rear garden is an attractive feature with a natural stone wall with mature shrubs, trees, hedges and rockeries and access door to the garage.