By using Templeton Robinson we had more viewings in the first week than we ever had. Moreover the feedback was tremendous with all viewers being telephoned the next day for their opinions, with these comments then being relayed to us. Not only that, all first viewings were conducted by your staff, only second viewings being conducted by ourselves. Also all phone calls about the property were logged and sent by email to us.
The strange thing was, all the companies were charging the same commission! All in all a fantastic service, don't try the rest, use the best.
- Frank and Liz Kirk
Neil, just to say a big thank you for all your and your team’s help with selling our property. A few tricky and stressful moments but with your help, we got there in the end! We’ll be sure to give you a ring when we decide to downsize.
- Susan C
I have dealt with Neil Templeton re the sale and purchase of various homes over a period of almost twenty years and can thoroughly recommend him. His professional, pragmatic and friendly approach has always made what can be a stressful and daunting process as smooth and painless as possible. The sale of my most recent home has just successfully completed and he provided me with excellent service and communication throughout. (The TR photographer also deserves a special mention for producing a beautiful series of pictures of my home). The eventual selling price far exceeded my expectations so obviously I am delighted. Thank you again to Neil and the Templeton Robinson team at Ballyhackamore!
- S Hughes
Occupying a good sized, mature site this attractive detached family home originally dates back to the 1890's.
Extended and sympathetically modernised by the current owners, there is a delightful combination of period charm and modern conveniences.
The handmade, open-plan kitchen is an ideal focal point for contemporary living. It is large enough to incorporate a casual dining area and opens out on to both the garden and a family room.
Some of the province's leading schools are located in the vicinity and Ballyhackamore Village with its array of shops and eateries is also within a short stroll.
With many period features such as fireplaces, high corniced ceilings and lovely internal doors to the fore, it is only upon internal inspection that one can appreciate all this lovely home has to offer.
Most attractive detached period villa c. 1890s on generous corner site
4 bedrooms, master with ensuite shower room
4 separate reception rooms, all with fireplaces
Modern, open plan kitchen by Tim Higham with casual dining area
Bathroom with contemporary white suite; Additional shower room
Natural gas central heating with high-pressure water system
Double glazed windows (except one feature stained glass window)
Good-sized, mature gardens on all four sides
Attached double garage with electric door; Additional off-street/driveway parking
Close to excellent local schools and amenities
Hardwood front door.
ENCLOSED ENTRANCE PORCH:
with mosaic tiled floor. Cornice ceiling, internal door to:
Cornice ceiling, centrepiece, cupboard under stairs.
DRAWING ROOM: 16' 7" X 11' 3" (5.07m X 3.44m)
(Into bay and at widest points). Cornice ceiling, centrepiece. Most attractive cast iron fireplace with marble surround and slate hearth.
LIVING/DINING ROOM: 15' 1" X 11' 5" (4.62m X 3.50m)
(Into bay and at widest points). Cornice ceiling, picture rail, centrepiece. Feature marble fireplace (gas coal effect cast-iron stove currently disconnected as may need new flue) and slate hearth.
SNUG/STUDY: 10' 5" X 9' 3" (3.19m X 2.83m)
French door to garden, cornice ceiling. Feature cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and wood surround. Built-in bookshelves.
FAMILY ROOM: 11' 4" X 11' 0" (3.47m X 3.36m)
(At widest points). Attractive cast iron fireplace with wood surround and slate hearth.
KITCHEN/DINING: 21' 3" X 15' 0" (6.50m X 4.59m)
Modern range of built-in, handmade cupboards by Tim Higham of London with island unit and work tops. Twin stainless steel sink units, integrated Bosch dishwasher, basket trays. Rangemaster cooker with 6 ring gas hob and twin ovens with extractor fan over. Vaulted ceiling with twin Velux windows. Open plan to:
CASUAL DINING AREA: French doors to garden. Ceramic tiled floor. Service door to garage.
Stained glass window, corbels.
Corner shower cubicle with Mira Jump electric shower, low flush wc, wash hand basin with storage and drawers underneath. Ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls.
Contemporary white suite comprising roll-top bath with mixer tap and telephone hand shower. Low flush wc, wash hand basin with cupboard and storage underneath. Chrome heated towel rail, fully tiled walls.
Built-in bookshelves, access to roofspace via pull-down ladder. (New insulation).
BEDROOM (4): 10' 7" X 9' 5" (3.24m X 2.89m)
Attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and hearth. Cornice ceiling.
BEDROOM (3): 10' 11" X 10' 6" (3.34m X 3.21m)
Attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and hearth. Cornice ceiling, shelving.
BEDROOM (2): 11' 11" X 11' 5" (3.65m X 3.50m)
Cornice ceiling. Feature cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and hearth.
MASTER BEDROOM: 13' 4" X 11' 4" (4.07m X 3.47m)
(At widest points). Attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled inset and hearth. Cornice ceiling. Door to:
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM:
Comprising tiled corner shower cubicle with "rain" head and additional telephone hand shower. Pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc, chrome heated towel rail. Fully tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor.
Corner site with gardens on all four sides. Excellent degree of maturity with numerous plants, trees and shrubs.
Lawns with flagged patio areas and pathways. Raised timber deck.
Gate and pedestrian path to front door.
Double entrance gates with driveway leading to:
ATTACHED GARAGE: 21' 6" X 17' 7" (6.56m X 5.37m)
Electric roller shutter door, power and light. Worcester Bosch natural gas boiler. French doors to garden.
Additional off-street parking areas.
Enclosed storage area to side with further plants and shrubs.
* Click boxes to display surrounding locations
From Ballyhackamore Village go down Sandown Road and turn right at bottom of hill into Clara Park.