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28 The Park, Orlynn Park , Lusk, County Dublin , K45 XP02

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 100 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Well-presented 3 bedroom family home (approx. 100 sqm); large private west facing landscaped garden; not overlooked to front or rear!

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Occupying a corner setting towards the end of a cul de sac and opposite a quiet open green area, No 28 is a well-presented family home situated within a popular residential neighbourhood. A generously proportioned front living room has a fireplace (solid fuel) acting as an attractive focal point for this welcoming room. Double doors lead into an open plan kitchen / dining area which has a good range of wall and floor units. Appliances include a fridge freezer, oven & grill, electric hob and overhead extractor hood and there is plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. A patio door opens on to a sunny terrace and rear garden. Off the entrance hall, there is a guest toilet and useful under stair storage. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms (master with en suite shower room), All bedrooms are newly carpeted and have built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom has a bath, wc & whb. At landing level, there is a hot press (shelved for storage) and access to the attic.

Outside, there is off street parking to the front and an extra wide side entrance leading through to a private west-facing rear garden which has a home office, garden shed and a separate tool shed; all of which have electricity connections. The garden is private and has a variety of mature trees and raised beds incorporating specimen shrubs and flowers.

Orlynn Park is a well-established and mature residential area within Lusk Village. The Park is a sought-after location within a few minutes’ walk of Lusk village and its many local amenities. The No 33 bus service runs close by and the mainline train station is a 15 minutes’ walk away. Access to the M1 Motorway / Airport / M50 is by means of the R132 (former Dublin – Belfast Road) which connects directly to the M1 Motorway network and the M50 beyond. There is also ease of access to the nearby Lusk / Rush mainline train station serving Connolly, Tara and Pearse city centre stations.

Well-presented family home in a highly sought-after residential neighbourhood.
Large mature west-facing garden with a variety of trees, specimen shrubs & flowers.  
Within minutes’ walk of Lusk village centre and easy access to M1 Motorway.
Not overlooked to front or rear.
End cul de sac setting overlooking quiet green amenity area.
Newly carpeted bedroom floors.

Entrance hall: tiled floor; side window.
Guest toilet: wc & whb; 1.8m x 0.76m.
Living room: 5.16m x 3.33m; wooden fireplace with cast iron inset & marble hearth; solid fuel. Double doors to:
Open plan kitchen & dining: 5.63m x 5.27m; range of wall & floor units; appliances include fridge freezer; oven & grill; electric hob & overhead extractor; plumbed for washing machine & dryer. Door to garden.   
Main bedroom: 4.6m x 3.27m; built-in wardrobes (BIW).
En suite shower room: 1.85m x 1.54m: shower (electric), wc & whb; tiled floor & wet areas.
Family bathroom: 1.91m x 1.83m; bath, wc & whb; tiled floor & part tiled walls. 
Bedroom 2: 4.39m x 2.67m; BIW.
Bedroom 3: 2.43m x 2.42m; BIW.
Hot press (shelved for storage / immersion).
Access to attic.
Home office: 3.35m x 2.24m; electricity connection.
Garden shed: 5.37m x 3.56m; electricity connection.
Tool shed: 2.26m x 1.54m; electricity connection.
Private rear west facing garden with terrace & mature trees / shrubs / flowers. Extra wide side alley. Front garden with driveway parking.

Oil fired central heating.
Mains water and sewerage.

From Lusk’s Dublin Road, turn into The Avenue (Orlynn Park) opposite Chapel Farm Road – travel straight along to the green area at the end & then take a 1st left into The Park – drive straight down & No 28 is towards the end on the left hand side. 

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 107658494

Energy Performance Indicator: 247.58 kWh/m²/yr

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PSRA Licence No: 003766

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