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Description

An elegant, lovingly restored and character-filled two bedroom Edwardian mid terraced residence which is presented in superb condition throughout. The property has been tastefully decorated and maintained in recent years. It is a very stylish light-filled home with high ceilings, beautifully proportioned accommodation and many period features intact.
From the entrance hall one turns right into two very fine interconnecting reception rooms with original pitch pine floor, deep skirting boards, original coving and cornicing. There is an original fireplace and hearth in both the living room and the dining room. Double glazed windows add light from front and rear to these fine rooms. A newly fitted contemporary kitchen combining granite tiles and worktop with generous use of stainless steel on the walls and a range of integrated NEFF and Fisher Paykell appliances and patio doors to the rear garden completes the downstairs accommodation. The attractive main bathroom tiled in pale Portuguese limestone, is nicely positioned on the first floor return. There is a bath with shower attachment, a separate power shower, toilet and WHB, doubled glazed window and a large VELUX roof window for extra light and ventilation. On the first floor there are two generous light filled double bedrooms, the master bedroom to the front with a cast iron fireplace and high quality built in wardrobes and a second double bedroom, with a cast iron fireplace currently used as a second living room. There is also a light and airy attic conversion with 2 generously sized VELUX windows currently used as a study.
Outside there is a low maintenance garden to the front with 2 bay trees and a charming low maintenance rear garden which is gravelled and well planted with an abundance of mature plants including a bay tree, wisteria and buxus. It also has vehicular rear access on to a large open area which facilitates parking
Lorne Terrace is part of a hidden cul de sac of 3 red-brick terraces dating from 1903, situated off Brookfield Road and is a well- regarded and highly sought after address in the heart of the historic and increasingly fashionable Kilmainham district. It is home to an array of local shops and coffee houses, the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, IMMA modern art gallery, Hilton Hotel, while the Luytens designed Memorial Gardens at Islandbridge and the Phoenix Park are within a short stroll. St James Hospital and the new national Children’s Hospital are a 5 minute walk away. The area has also excellent transport facilities with the Red Luas line, 3 adjacent Dublin Bikes stands, Heuston Station and many prime bus routes. City Centre is just 2 klms away, c.25/30 minute walk.

Accommodation Details

Ground Floor
Tiled porch leading to original front door with stained glass panelling
Entrance Hall 3.93m x 1.20m (12’11” x 3’11”)
Original pine floor and coving. 2 original panelled doors with brass door furniture leading to...
Living room 3.53m x 3.51m (11’7” x 11’6”)
Original pine floor. Double glazed window to front. Original cornicing and dado rail. Cast iron fireplace and tiled hearth. Generous skirting boards.
Dining room 3.82m x 3.3m (12’6” x 10’10”)
Original pine floor. Understairs storage. Chimney breast. Door to kitchen.
Kitchen 3.33m x 2.23m (10’11” x 7’4”)
Wall and floor mounted units. Integrated black granite worktop and stainless steel splash back. Stainless steel sink unit. Integrated Neff washing machine and dryer. Integrated Fisher Paykel dishwasher. Neff gas hob and electric oven. Granite tiled floors. Integrated Neff fridge freezer. Recessed lighting. Double glazed patio door to gravelled garden area.

1st Floor
Landing 3.46m x 1.75m (11’4” x 5’8”).
Bathroom 2.72m x 2.22m (8’11”x7’3”)
VELUX window. Limestone tiled floor and walls. Pedestal wash hand basin. Mirror and wall mounted light. WC. Bath with integrated shower attachment. Separate pump powered shower.
Bedroom 1 3.41m x 4.53m (11’2”x 14’10”)
2 double glazed windows to front. Fitted wardrobes. Original cast iron fireplace. Original pine floor.
Bedroom 2 3.03m x 3.29m (9’11”x10’10”)
Double glazed window to rear. Original cast iron fireplace. Original pine floor and skirting.
Attic room 4.52m x 2.93m (14’10”x 9’7”)
2 Velux windows. Wood flooring. Recessed lighting. Skirting. Built in storage area..

Outside
Garden 2.63m x 3.61m (8’6” x 11’8”)
Landscaped rear garden which is gravelled with a generous array of plants and buxus shrubs. Vehicular rear access 

Features

An elegant two bedroom period property with an excellent attic conversion Low maintenance front garden and elegant rear patio ideally situated for al fresco dining GFCH On street permit parking, rear vehicular access Ideally located close to services and amenities c.75sqm / c.807sqft (excluding attic) c.88sqm / c.947sqft (including attic) BER E1 BER No 109089698 Energy Performance Indicator:316.52 kWh/m²/yr