DescriptionSherry FitzGerald O' Reilly, welcome you to Eden House, a superbly spacious five bedroomed period family home in the heart of Ballymore Eustace village.
This is a substantial home which has been extensively and sympathetically restored. Five years ago it was rewired, reroofed, reinsulated, fitted with new plumbing and heating systems and beautiful sash windows. It is now a bright airy home, decorated with a wonderful eye for detail and presented in turn-key condition.
This charming home is situated in the quaint village of Ballymore Eustace, on the banks of the River Liffey. Its just a few minutes walk to its award-winning pubs and restaurants, school, shops and close to its thriving GAA club. It is just 11 kms from Naas and 8 km to Blessington, each with an abundance of shops, restaurants, bars, sporting facilities and secondary schools.
For the racing enthusiast, Punchestown, Naas and the Curragh are all nearby. For the outdoor types, there are watersports on nearby Blessington lake and hiking in the Wicklow mountains close by.
The ground floor comprises welcoming hallway, sitting room, family room, kitchen, utility room, bedroom 5/playroom with en-suite. Upstairs, landing with hotpress, 4 double rooms (two with en-suite) and family bathroom.
AccommodationEntrance Hallway 7.03m x 1.75m. The welcoming hallway features a stained glass panel in the front door along with vintage reclaimed floorboards.
Sitting Room 4.63m x 4.47m. The inviting sitting room boasts original panelled ceiling and vintage reclaimed floorboards. In the hearth stands a solid fuel stove with backboiler.
Family Room 4.42m x 3.4m. The cosy family room has many original features including cast iron fireplace with tile inserts, window shutters, painted panelled ceiling and original floorboards.
Kitchen 4.98m x 4.95m. The kitchen is a bright room of dual aspect, with French doors leading to the decking outside. The bespoke hand painted fitted kitchen is by the renowned Country Kitchens of Ballymore. It features an extensive range of units offering lots of storage, a Belfast sink and a central island unit with a maple worktop. The dishwasher and fridge freezer are fully integrated. An overmantle frames the cream Rangemaster cooker with induction hob.
Utility Room 3.12m x 1.35m. With lots of storage and Belfast sink. Includes Bosch washing machine and maple floor. Back door leading to decking.
Bedroom 5/Playroom 4.92m x 3.29m. Currently used as a playroom, bedroom 5 is a lovely bright room with French doors leading to the rear courtyard. It has a maple floor and en-suite.
En-Suite 2.03m x 1.74m. With wc, whb and tiled floor.
Upstairs Landing 6.89m x 3.67m. With lots of light from the large sash window to the front, the landing has original floorboards and a hotpress off.
Bedroom 1 4.9m x 4.66m. To the front of the house, this spacious double room is of dual aspect and features original floorboards and cast iron fireplace with tile inserts.
En-Suite 2.22m x 1.6m. With wc, whb and large quadrant shower and subway tiles.
Bedroom 2 4.79m x 3.27m. A large bright double room to rear it has painted floorboards and en-suite.
En-Suite 2.53m x 1.56m. With wc, whb and large quadrant shower and subway tiles.
Bedroom 3 4.74m x 2.7m. Another double room to rear with painted floorboards.
Bedroom 4 3.69m x 3.56m. This double room is to the front of the house and has painted floorboards and a walk in wardrobe (3.56m x 0.86m) with shelving and rails.
Bathroom 3.1m x 3.1m. In keeping with the period of the house, the bathroom features a freestanding slipper bath, and classic wc and whb.
Outside To the rear is the gravel courtyard, a large space with two decked areas perfect for al fresco dining. The side entrance from the road is gated and offers lots of parking with an electric car charging point.
Stone Building 8.43m x 4.02m. The stone building to rear has been re-roofed and would be suitable for conversion to further accommodation, office or studio.
FeaturesCharming period home.
Extends to 170m2 approximately.
Oil fuelled high efficiency condenser boiler system with zoning.
Solid fuel stove with back-boiler.
Many original features.
Beautiful double glazed sash windows.
Bespoke handmade kitchen.
Quality fixtures and fittings.
Reroofed, rewired, replumbed, reinsulated five years ago.
Fitted wireless alarm.
Large gravel courtyard to rear with two decks and stone outbuilding bounded by old stone walls.
Double gated access to side with lots of parking and electric car charge point.
Located in the heart of Ballymore village.
Beside shop, post office, restaurant, bars and Liffey side walks.
Just a few minutes walk to Primary school and bus stop for secondary schools.
Short stroll to Number 65 bus stop to Dublin.
A 10 minute drive to Naas and 8 minutes to Blessington and 15 minutes to the N7 at Kilwarden.
BER DetailsBER: C1
BER No: 105284145
Performance Indicator: 153.18 kWh/m2/yr
DirectionsOn entering Ballymore Eustace from the Naas side (R4111) follow the main road and on coming to Market square take the right turn. The house is the third on the left hand side.
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Naas on 045 866466