Set in a very important historical area of Wexford town, No. 42 Wygram Place is a highly appealing c.1900 mid terrace two bay two storey house of an unassuming size distinguished by an informal, eclectic fenestration pattern contributing positively to the traditional streetscape value of Wygram Place with an increasingly-rare carriageway that further identifies the house in the street scene.
Having been well maintained and recently sympathetically renovated throughout retaining much of the historic fabric, the house continues to express an early aspect both to the exterior and to the interior, thus upholding and continuing to contribute to the character of the local setting but now upgraded to improve its energy efficiency and lend itself to modern living.
Viewing is very highly recommended by the Agent because although the current owners have kept the traditional exterior the interior is completely modern but still retains some original features. Every inch of space has been utilised & the house is completely light filled.