DescriptionThis quaint semi detached cottage, steeped in history is a much loved home with great potential to improve/extend due to the generous size and gradient of the garden.
The accommodation albeit modest is sure to excite those who can conjure up somewhat more practical configurations. That said, the property in its current state offers modern comforts such as a recently added kitchen, a spacious dining area featuring a cast iron stove and attic rooms with quirky ceiling shapes and timber beams. There is an alarm, double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating. A fully serviced home office/wrokshop sits in the back garden.
The master bedroom off the main living room is a great size and the overall brightness of the house gives an impression of greater space and proportions.
The location is excellent. One can walk to the nearby convenience store, The Grove bar and restaurant is nearby and access to the N11 is quick and easy. This area of Kilpeddar is synonymous with large houses on one off sites with picturesque countryside backdrops. An idyllic lifestyle is on offer here in the garden of Ireland.
AccommodationOuter porch area with tiled step.
Solid wood flooring throughout. Shelved hotpress.
Kitchen/ dining area
Bright and spacious. Solid wood flooring throughout. Cast iron solid fuel burning stove set into a slate hearth fireplace with Kilruddery timber solid wood surround. Large picture window. Fitted modern storage units.
Modern high and low level fitted units. Provision for free standing stove with fitted extractor hood and fan. Fridge freezer and washing machine included in the sale. Stainless steel double sink unit with mixer tap.
Feature open fireplace. Timber wall panelling. Ceiling timber beams. Recessed wall shelving. Main hall door leads out to front garden.
Well proportioned room with attractive timber latted ceiling with timber beams.
Bath with tiled surround. wc and whb.
A stairs from the living space leads up to the attic level where one of the rooms has been previously used as a bedroom and the other landing space offers many possible uses however technically this attic space can not be categorized as habitable space/rooms.
Low level boundary walls to the front with wrought iron pedestrian gate.
Large garden to the side laid out in lawn. Driveway with space for lots of carks to park. Home Office/Workshop. Outside lighting and tap.
FeaturesOil fired central heating
Double glazing throughout
Cast iron stove in dining area with Kilruddery “spalted” beech timber surround
Large garden mainly to the side and laid out in lawn
West facing orientation to side and rear
Modern kitchen complete with fridge freezer, washing machine and pantry presses
Bus stops outside the door and convenience store is within walking distance.
Quick and easy access to Greystones town centre and N11.
Well established residential area located within a countryside setting
Outside home office/workshop
DirectionsLeaving Greystones, heading south travelling through Charlesland, follow Farrankelly road to the underpass, follow signs for Kilpedder and at the second roundabout take the last exit to Willow Grove. At top of this road turn left. Continue past a small petrol station/garage on your right hand side and Cherry Cottage is on the right which is visible from the road.