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32 The Park, Orlynn Park , Lusk, County Dublin , K45 F726

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 122 m²
  • Ber Rating
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Conveniently located and well maintained extended 3 bedroom family home with attic conversion (approx. 122 sqm); private west facing rear garden.

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Occupying a unique setting at the end of a cul de sac opposite a quiet open green area, No 32 is an attractive extended family home situated within a popular residential area. A glazed storm porch leads into an entrance hall with useful under stair storage and a guest toilet. A generously proportioned front living room has a stone fireplace with cast iron inset and enclosed solid fuel stove.  Double doors lead through to an L-shaped kitchen / dining area which has a good range of wall and floor units. Appliances include an American fridge; integrated electric double oven, 4-ring electric hob and overhead extractor hood and there is plumbing for a dishwasher and a washing machine.  Off the dining area, there is a 2nd reception room, presently in use as a bar / entertainment area, with potential for playroom / teenage den use. Double patio doors open on to a sunny terrace and rear garden. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms (master with fully tiled en suite shower room) and each with generous built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom is fully tiled with bath (electric shower) wc & whb. At landing level, there is a hot press (shelved for storage) and access via a pulldown stira to a converted attic which is presently in use as a home office / study area.

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 and a rear block-built garden shed, both of which have electricity connections. The garden incorporates a terrace and some mature trees and shrubs.

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 minute 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 maintained family home with a host of extras including: 2nd reception room, converted attic & external home office.
Mature well established private residential setting.
Within minutes’ walk of Lusk village centre and easy access to M1 Motorway.

Entrance porch.
Entrance hall: tiled floor.
Guest toilet: wc/whb; 1.66m x 0.74m.
Living room: 5.17m x 3.32m; stone fireplace with cast iron inset with integrated solid fuel stove. Double doors to:
L-shaped kitchen & dining area: 5.334m x 3.58m & 2.48m x 2.06m; range of wall & floor kitchen units; appliances include American fridge freezer; double oven; 4-ring electric hob & overhead extractor; dishwasher; plumbed for washing machine & dryer.  
Reception room #2 / entertainment: 5.67m x 2.44m; double patio doors to terrace & west-facing garden.
Main bedroom: 4.1m x 3.2m; built-in wardrobes (BIW).
En suite shower room: 1.91m x 1.83m: shower (electric), wc & whb; fully tiled.
Family bathroom: 1.91m x 1.83m; bath (electric shower), wc & whb; fully tiled.
Bedroom 2: 4.0m x 2.7m; BIW.
Bedroom 3: 2.42m x 2.42m; BIW.
Hot press (shelved for storage / immersion).
Converted Attic: 4.23m x 2.76m; home office & study – accessed via a pull-down stair.
Home office: 3.41m x 2.86m; electricity connection.
Garden shed: 5.13m x 2.12m; electricity connection.
Private rear west facing garden with terrace & mature trees / shrubs. Front garden with driveway parking.

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 around to the very end & No 22 is the last house on the left at the end of cul de sac facing on to the open green area.

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PSRA Licence No: 003766

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