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25 Grosvenor Terrace, John's Hill, Waterford City, County Waterford , X91 PHD9

  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 204 m²

At a glance...

  • Spacious generous proportioned accommodation
  • Beautiful period features
  • Within a short walk of the city centre, schools, leisure, sporting facilities and public transport
  • In need of some modernisation
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A most attractive three storey terraced family home with wonderful character situated in an elegant terrace of eight uniform period homes located in this highly regarded residential area convenient to the city centre and all amenities.
The nicely proportioned light filled accommodation with elegant design features is laid out on three floors and comprises on the ground floor - entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, utility room, pantry, on the first floor 2 double bedrooms, a single bedroom and bathroom and on the second floor 2 spacious bedrooms.
Private railed in well attended front garden with wrought iron pedestrian entrance gate. Private rear garden with lawn, shrubs and flowers.

This property may be eligible for the Croi Conaithe fund with Waterford City and County Council, whereby up to â?¬50,000 - â?¬70,000 is available for the refurbishment of a property. The property must be purchased for the purposes of being either your private principal residence or to be let to be eligible for the grant.
This is subject to criteria on assessment by Waterford City and County Council directly.

Amenities close by include St John of Gods, Newtown and the Ursuline schools, shopping centres - Ardkeen, Tesco, sports and leisure facilities, St Annes Tennis Club, Waterford Regional Sports Centre, Kingfisher Club, The Woodlands, soccer, GAA and rugby clubs, Odeon Cinema and the Peoples Park.
Waterford is a major economic and tourist centre of the southeast region and is an area of great scenic beauty with architectural archaeological and historical places of interest. The county covers over 700 square miles of unsurpassed natural beauty from fishing villages and beaches to inspiring mountains and lush wooded river valleys.
The National Planning Framework has identified that Waterford has significant growth potential with expected population growth in the city and suburbs of between 30,000 and 35,000 over the next 20 years. There is an excellent transportation system including a railway station, airport and port and is connected to Dublin by the M9 motorway (168 km) and N25 and N24 connecting with Cork (123 km) and Limerick (126 km) respectively.


Entrance Hall
8.50m x 1.90m

Sitting Room
4.20m x 4.00m

Dining Room
4.20m x 4.00m

3.90m x 3.20m with built in wall and floor cupboards and solid fuel stove

Utility Room
1.80m x 1.50m with sink, built in wall and floor cupboards

Bedroom 1
4.50m x 3.60m

Bedroom 2
4.10m x 3.60m

3.30m x 2.70m with bath, wash hand basin, wc, airing cupboard

Bedroom 3
3.20m x 2.50m

Bedroom 4
6.30m x 4.05m

Bedroom 5
4.20m x 4.10m

1.50m x 1.50m with built in units and shelving


Private rear garden with lawn, shrubs and flowers wc
Explore Waterford Renowned for its beautiful Waterford Crystal, County Waterford is also steeped in history and is home to its own UNESCO Geopark. The Copper Coast has been designated as a place of geological importance for its 25km of diverse coastline. It was also the county where the Vikings first settled. Th... Explore Waterford
PSRA Licence No: 004486

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