Back to the Fuchsia: Wicklow four-bed for €625,000
Detached family home with spacious kitchen and south-facing garden just outside Enniskerry
This fine looking 209sq m (2,250sq ft) property is just a short stroll from the village of Enniskerry, Co Wicklow and comes with an asking price of €625,000 through Lisney.
The house is accessed through solid teak gates and surrounded by pointed granite walls.
Fuchsia was built in 1996 and in the interim period has had two extensions added and a complete cosmetic facelift.
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To the right of the hallway is a fine-sized living room with a four panelled bay window and antique fireplace.
To the left is an oak-floored study which leads on to the large kitchen and diningroom. This was a new addition to the house and is well lit thanks to the inclusion of skylights in the pine-clad ceiling.
The room has a multitude of oak units, an Aga, new granite worktops and is ideal for a big family or entertaining – the dining table seats 10.
There is access to the garden from both sides of the kitchen through French doors which also allow plenty of light into this lovely, airy room. Off this family space lies a huge oak-floored games room which is the second addition to the property.
A smaller family room lies to the west of the kitchen with wooden floors, a horseshoe cast iron fireplace with a new stove fitted to the front.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is light filled thanks to the bay window that mirrors the room beneath. Three further good-sized bedrooms and family bathroom complete this floor.
To the rear of the house is a fully enclosed walled garden. It is low maintenance with a small lawn area, hedging and a couple of rose bushes. A built in barbeque on a paved patio provides the perfect setting for summer entertaining in the south-facing garden.
Fuchsia is a great family home. In addition to the spacious kitchen and dining area, and the huge playroom to keep kids entertained, there are three further rooms for busy parents to work in and, more importantly, to relax and find some peace.