Sherry FitzGerald are proud to present Anstice Lodge, a charming detached residence built in the 1895 in the early Edwardian era and featuring elements of the New England style. The property underwent tasteful extension and upgrading in 2006 under the watchful eye of architect Peter Oakes. The property benefits from beautifully appointed accommodation which is laid out over two and a half levels with a spacious floor area of 3,228sq.ft. approx.
The superb drawing room with open fire is a truly enchanting room with an eclectic mix of the owners own furniture and soft furnishings, one would enjoy many a winters evening in cosy space. In contrast the more contemporary kitchen, living/dining area will be home to the family from March to October as this area enjoys a southerly aspect and all day sunshine.
The accommodation briefly comprises at ground floor level of double height entrance hall with Juliet balcony, drawing room, boot room and laundry, wet room, bedroom 4, superb kitchen which opens into a large light filled living/dining room. The original Terrazzo staircase leads up to a mezzanine area with studio off, family bathroom, three further bedrooms, two doubles and a single room with the principle room enjoying ensuite and walk in wardrobe facilities. A spiral staircase leads up to a converted attic storage room which would have many additional uses.
Nicely positioned on a mature gardens Anstice Lodge grounds are delightful, with lawns, paved patio areas, decked areas not to mention the off street car parking. Another feature of this superb property is the home office which is plumbed and wired for broadband and electricity it is also heated.
The location itself needs little introduction. Killiney ...