Sherry Fitzgerald Conor Mc Manus are excited to offer to the market, No. 4 Westenra Terrace, Monaghan.
An eye catching period dwelling with stunning gardens to rear.
This terraced house of red brick c.1830, forms part of an impressive terrace that constitutes a fine example of the type of housing built beyond the immediate center of Victorian towns around the turn of the nineteenth century.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors to encompass the entrance hall, sitting room, living room and kitchen/dining on the ground floor. The oringinal winding staircase leads to an informal family room that can be used as a bedroom, two other bedrooms, a shower room and wc on the first floor. On the second floor is the largest of the bedrooms and another double.
Set back from street with garden to front with boundary demarcation comprising saddle-back stone plinth surmounted by railings of cast and wrought iron.
The archway, leading to outbuildings behind, was typical of country towns.
Aside from the array of original features within and the elegant facade, the undoubted allure of this residence lies in the extensive garden, hidden beyond the lofted garage at the rear.
Viewing highly recommended.
Entrance Hall: 1.24m x 3.72m + 1.95m x 3.30m. Through the solid wood door with spoked fan light lies the entrance hall with the stairs set nicely back, beyond a decorative arch. Original coving, carpet.
Sitting room: 3.70m x 3.81m. Formal sitting room to the front with original fireplace, shutters and coving.
Living Room: 2.53m x 2.99m. Cosy living area between the sitting room and the kitchen. A marble fireplace with solid wood mantle surrounds an electric fire with dispay units either side of the chimney breast.
Kitchen Dining Room: 6.33m x 2.38m. The kitchen and dining area are currently separate but if combined would make a good open plan space. Door to the rear walkway with outbuildings that inc. a wc and plumbed for washing machine.
Family room: 3.72m x 4.82m. Located on the first floor this reception room is less formal than the sitting room. A great size room that is the width of the house with original fireplace and coving. Twin windows to the front.
Bedroom 2: 2.64m x 2.87m. Located on the first floor, double room to the rear.
Bedroom 4: 1.80m x 2.92m. Single bedroom, the smallest but certainly the cutest with two windows, lends itself to lots of alternative uses. Located on a small landing shared with the hotpress, shower room and wc.
Shower room: 1.68m x 2.38m. Shower enclosure with Triton shower, sink with vanity unit, gable window.
WC: 1.33m x 0.81m. Wood floor, wc, gable window.
Bedroom 1: 3.20m x 4.96m. The largest of the bedrooms at the top of the house, the width of the dwelling with fitted, solid dark wood, wardrobes.
Bedroom 3: 2.61m x 3.32m. Double bedroom on the top floor with rear view over the garden, wall light.
Total floor Area: 118 sq mts (1270 sq ft) approximately
Short stroll to town centre
Retains many origingal features
Extensive gardens in lawn to rear, most private
Lofted garage and store to rear
Storage shed at the top of the garden
Railed garden to the front
Upvc double glazing
The property is located on the R135 that links Galsough Street and The North Road in town centre to the Coolshannagh roundabout on Monaghn town by-pass.
Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Monaghan Town on 047 71461
BER No: 1087147
Performance Indicator: 423.9