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€ 165,000 Dublin, House, 3 rooms
BROE auctioneers present this wonderful opportunity to acquire a superb three bedroom mid terrace family home with the benefit of not being overlooked to the rear. This property boasts very spacious accommodation and has a lovely enclosed front and walled rear gardens. Situated close to all amenities including the Mill shopping centre, Liffey Valley shopping centre, Clondalkin Village and an array of local schools and shops. Number 12 is an ideal purchase for a first-time buyer. Accommodation briefly comprises of spacious entrance hall, lounge, kitchen / dining room. Upstairs there are three good size bedrooms and main bathroom. Fully walled west facing rear garden with vehicular access. Viewing is highly recommended. AccommodationGround FloorEntrance Hall 5.20m x 1.87m Laminated wood floor, large storage area.Lounge 3.93m x 3.61m Feature fireplace with gas fire inset, laminated wood flooring, ceiling coving, mount wall lights T.V point.Kitchen / Dining room 5.52m x 2.75m Good range of floor and eye level units to include all appliances, laminated wood flooring, large storage area, door to rear garden.First Floor(1) Bedroom 3.94m x 3.57m Great size room.(2) Bedroom 3.58m x 2.94m Built in wardrobes..(3) Bedroom 2.97m x 2.37m Built in wardrobes, laminated wood flooring.Bathroom 2.08m x 1.77m W.C.WHB bath with electric Triton T90 z shower, fully tiled.Rear Garden 11m x 6m Walled rear garden with the added benefit of not being overlooked and vehicular access.
€ 225,000 Dublin, House, 3 rooms 105 m²
BROE auctioneers present this superb three bedroom extended home in this sought after mature development close to Clondalkin Village. No. 31 comes to the market in excellent condition offering spacious living accommodation. The property extends to c. 105 sq. m comprising porch, entrance hall with guestWC, separate lounge, open plan living room cum dining room, fitted kitchen and utility/ storage room. Upstairs the bathroom is fully tiled with electric shower and there are three bedrooms. This house is ideally positioned in a quiet cul de sac with amenities within very close proximity. Easy access to Nangor Road, N7, N4 andM50provides access to all major routes.Entrance Hall 6.07m x 1.90m With tiled floor, guestWCand wooden high gloss stairs. Lounge 4.00m x 3.01m With tiled floor Dining Room 3.02m x 2.87m With tiled floor, access to rear garden. Living Room 3.86m x 3.35m With tiled floor, gas fire, brick fireplace.Kitchen 3.13m x 2.49m Fitted presses and tiled floor.Utility/ Storage 2.16m x 1.96m With tiled floor. Bedroom (1) 4.10m x 2.98m Double room with laminate flooring.Bedroom (2) 4.05m x 2.40m Double room with laminate flooring.Bedroom (3) 3.11m x 2.37m Single room with laminate flooring.Bathroom 2.37m x 2.00m Fully tiled withWC,whband electric shower.
€ 1,250,000 Dunboyne, House 5 bedrooms 4100 m²
A rare and unique, contemporary spacious family home, set in its own lands with stunning views, in an excellent and highly accessible location. Built in 2001, Rathleek House is a magnificent family home that boasts gorgeous southerly views of the Meath countryside and beyond. This secluded yet accessible countryside residence retains an air of total privacy in its own lands. The house extends to 380 square meters approximately and its rear paddocks aligns with the stunning acreage of its neighbour Carton House. Much design and consideration has been employed in the building of this property by architect Eamon McCann, which is evident throughout, particularly the beautiful landscaping, the split level reception areas, the curvature in internal walls and the domed rooves that bolster the property to the rear. A particular feature is the French-effect window bays, which optimise the views over the countryside. These bays have the unsual, but attractive feauture of copper-plated semi-conical roofs, which has over time weathered to a lovely dark brown. Approached by a winding gravelled avenue the house is perched on an elevated position within beautifully mature gardens enclosed by post and rail fencing. While only built in recent years, the house contains many period features. These are particularly evident in the large entrance hallway with tiled floor and ceiling coving. A large, dual aspect, drawing room is a perfect entertaining room, tastefully decorated with a feature fireplace with marble mantel piece and brass inset. The heart of the property is adorned in the kitchen. This spacious kitchen has a truly stunning Bow window with domed roof that houses the dining area and overlooks the paddocks to the rear and enjoys all the wonderful southerly light. The kitchen itself is handmade and encompasses a range of wall and floor units, two stainless steel sink areas, integrated appliances and solid wood flooring. Moving toward the family room, there is a gorgeous bow windowed dining area, living area and Kilkenny marble fireplace. This room is the perfect entertaining enclave, which also overlooks the gardens and paddocks and can be accessed from the deck outside. To the front of the house, there is the study and master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The master bedroom has dual aspect windows overlooking the front and the side of the property. There is an incredibly spacious en-euite with his and hers wash basins, free standing bath area and a shower area. On the ground floor, there are many functional rooms for storage and lifestyle use such as an office, cloak and boot room and a storage room that can be accessed also from the rear of the property. Furthermore, there are four double bedrooms, three with bay windows, en-suites, fitted wardrobes and luscious carpet. The forth is in fact an accessory studio that has its own private entrance from the side, a fully fitted kitchenette area, fitted wardrobes and ample space for lounging. This room has previously been an en-suite bedroom which has been converted.
€ 1,450,000 Navan, Plot
A glorious late Georgian residence of generous proportions set in a delightful setting with breath-taking views over the surrounding parkland. Kingston Lodge was the former hunting lodge of the Earl of Mayo built between 1805 and 1825. It is a unique property offering a substantial family home in Meath’s finest countryside and sits on an elevated site looking across unspoilt rural views. The property, nestled in the centre of its own lands, is approached along a private avenue meandering through magnificent trees and parkland. One arrives at the house, an imposing two storey, five bay house with twin double fronted bay end with an impressive forecourt. On arrival at the front door, you are welcomed into the main house by an impressive light-filled full height entrance hall with an elegant original cantilever staircase. The entrance hall leads to all the principal reception rooms and kitchen, which are all glorious, bright, spacious well laid out rooms creating effortless modern family living within an abundance of original period features. Of particular note, are the large drawing room and dining room, both with high ceilings, wooden floors, marble fireplaces and floor to ceiling four bay windows, which have wonderful views of the countryside. Further accommodation comprises of a large family sitting room, a study with a Cecil Aldin frieze, a games room and two WCs. The traditional open plan kitchen has a large dining area with stunning picture windows. Off the kitchen is a large utility room with ample shelving and a boot room. Upstairs are five large well-proportioned bedrooms allwith wonderful views and four bathrooms. To the rear of the house is an original stone courtyard, entered from the property or through a stone archway. It currently contains stables, tack and feed rooms, a wash bay, tool room and double arched garage. On the upper floor of the stone barn is a pristine, self-contained, two bedroom apartment with full length windows and its own private access. At the rear of the courtyard is the stableyard containing a large five bay barn with adjoining lean-too, further stables, fodder and bedding store and a sand arena. There is road access from the yard. The excellent quality parklands and paddocks are well fenced with an abundance of natural shelter and a variety of mature trees dotted throughout the lands, which is a haven for wildlife. The entire property has been beautifully restored and maintained by the current owners and is a superb small sporting estate.
€ 1,150,000 Enniskerry, House 4 bedrooms 2578 m²
A charming Victorian residence in mature grounds, situated in this much sought after location walking distance from Enniskerry village, while enjoying a tranquil countryside aspect and wonderful views. Dating from approximately 1860, Oakview House was once part of Kilgarron House, which was built for the daughter of a previous Lord Powerscourt and subsequently used as a Dower House of Powerscourt. The house which has not been on the open market for over 40 years, comes with an interesting history. Having once been home to the famous writer Frederick Forsyth, a subsequent owner split the property and created two separate homes, naming the second residence as Oakview which remains today. This very private, bright and spacious residence contains all the charm and features of the Victorian Period such as cornice work, centre roses, high ceilings and large windows overlooking the beautiful countryside and wonderful mature and maintained gardens. The accommodation extends to 239.5 sq.m (2578 sq.ft). The ground floor comprises of drawing room, with a large picture window overlooking the Dublin/Wicklow Mountains and a decorative fireplace. Double doors lead to the dining room with French windows leading to the garden and terrace areas. Both rooms provide ample space for grand entertaining. Also on the ground floor is a large country style kitchen with oil fired Rayburn range and many fitted cupboards. An opening leads to the family room or ‘snug’, a cozy room ideal for relaxing beside a large wood-burning stove. A downstairs lavatory and utility room completes the accommodation on this level. Upstairs there are four large bedrooms and walk-in hot press which are accessed off an elegant hallway. Three of these bedrooms are ensuite and the master has a wonderful dual aspect with magnificent views over the countryside. A large attic runs the length and width of the house, provides ample storage. The gardens of Oakview are spectacular and the current owner has created wonderful well -stocked herbaceous borders, a large lawn and productive vegetable garden. There are numerous outdoor seating areas taking advantage of the moving sun and views. There is also the benefit of a large garage with ample parking space and large workshop.
€ 1,200,000 Rathfarnham, House 5 bedrooms 3068 m²
Standing on c.1 hectares (2.5acres) of secluded, wooded grounds off the upper part of Whitechurch Road which winds its way southward uphill from Rathfarnham. It has its own pillared gates on Whitechurch Road from which the drive winds down over a bridge across a stream called theKilmashogue river, and up to the house. There is also a more often used side entrance from a lane off Whitechurch Road.Much of the house dates back to its construction in about 1840 by one Thomas Bewley who operated a watermill upstream on a neighbouring property. That part of the stream which runs through Palmyra could still perhaps be used as a source of power.The grounds are extensively lawned, wooded with many fine trees, and mostly walled. There are substantial areas of complete privacy.The house comprises entrance hall, three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, guest WC, laundry room, lobby, five bedrooms and three bathrooms (including master bedroom with an en-suite). Outside, there are a stone barn/coach house, a boiler room/fuel store, a workshop, a tool shed, a small glass house, and a henhouse and run.
€ 1,300,000 Castlebellingham, Plot
Residence & lands c.40.44 ha (99.92 acres) with superb equestrian facilities bound by the River Dee with exceptional sea views. Coolstown House is a substantial family home that occupies an exceptional elevated position set well within its own land in an extremely private and peaceful position, which takes full advantage of the stunning sea views and surrounding countryside. The property is approached up a long avenue which winds through the parkland towards the house and the stable yard. All the ground floor rooms lead off a welcoming and impressive entrance hall. The property is light, airy and the spacious drawing room enjoys direct access to the terrace and garden with fabulous views over the countryside to the sea beyond. At the heart of the house is a large country kitchen/ diner which centres around the cosy Aga and also has superb sea views through picture windows. A sitting room, study, 3 bedrooms one ensuite and a family bathroom complete the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside the gardens are mature, surrounded by natural hedging, mature trees and a variety of planting. To the rear of the house is a large sheltered sunny terrace, ideal for summer entertaining. Victorian Stable Yard, Farm Yard & Equestrian Facilities The magnificent original Victorian stable yard takes full advantage of its country setting, sitting comfortably within lands extending to some 99.9 acres. The enclosed lofted redbrick courtyard has two entrances and contains 20 loose boxes, 6 bay horse walker, tack room/staff room, laundry/rug room, Office, wash area and various store rooms. Upstairs is a 4 bed and 1 bed apartment. To the rear of the main yard are 2 x 4 bay barns, a 5 furlong round sand gallop, an all-weather arena, and the huge original wall garden used as a useful turn out/stallion paddock. The lower yard contains a further enclosed 5 stables, feed room and wash bay. The contained farmyard contains 2 x large 4 bay barns with concrete floors and walls plus a 4 bay lean – to and cattle crush. There is a furt
€ 800,000 House 5 bedrooms 4368 m²
Outstanding contemporary architect designed residence perched on the shore of the River Nore. Ganly Walters are delighted to present this outstanding contemporary architect designed property to the market. The Boat House was built in 2004, perched on the shore of the River Nore, surrounded by deciduous woodland with its own access to the river. Fitted to a very high specification it is designed to maximise the setting and views, connecting the property with the forest and the river in secluded setting. The property is approached via electric gates down the driveway to the front of the property with access to the river. Through the front door entering a double height hall, dominated by a bespoke instantly eye catching Rocco Borghese chandelier with a sweeping staircase up to the first floor, with a dormer window, shedding light into the entire house. Double doors lead to a light filled living room, dining room and kitchen. Upon entering one’s eye is instantly drawn to the delightful river view through a fantastic picture windows and sliding doors, leading out to the balcony overlooking the River Nore and surrounding countryside. This ship like balcony with teak decking, gives a perfect vista. A designed bespoke walnut and granite topped kitchen with all modern conveniences, contemporary dining room and sitting area positioned to enjoy the amazing views, with wood burning stove, high ceilings and solid oak timber floor and a useful utility room with built in units. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room and dressing room, completes this floor. A sweeping staircase leads to the first floor, with two double bedrooms, both ensuite. The master bedroom with a corner window takes in the amazing views. On the return is a further room which could be used as a small bedroom or an office with a skylight with access to the roof. The ground floor has a bright spacious living area, with two double French doors with direct access to the river. This room has a fitted kitchen area, so ideal to be used as a self-contained apartment. Two spacious bedrooms, both ensuite, one having a Jacuzzi bath. Store room with plant. Situated just 3km from Inistigoe, a beautiful and historic village on the River Nore, its special character had made it one of the most visited places in the South East of Ireland. Thomastown and New Ross are the nearest towns with a large array of amenities including shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants and cafes, primary and secondary schools. The surrounding area is known for its natural beauty and for it sporting pursuits. For the keen angler the River Nore, is known as one of the best salmon river s in Europe. Mount Juliet a premier golfing venue with the Jack Nicklaus designed golf course is just a 20 minute drive way.
€ 1,722,470 (GBP 1,495,000) Dublin, House 4 bedrooms 3265 m²
A wonderful opportunity to acquire a unique residence with enormous potential, situated in the highly sought after Baily, County Dublin, with unrivalled views over Dublin Bay. “Cova” is a charming detached residence situated on a wonderful elevated site of 0.75 acres with exceptional sea views both eastwards across the Baily and Kish Lighthouses and to the south across Dublin Bay and the mountains beyond. The property has vehicle access to both Thormanby and Carrickbrack Roads. Situated in the highly sought after location of Baily, Howth, County Dublin, it is rare that a residence and site of such quality and potential come to the open market. This spacious detached dormer residence, which extends to 303 square meters (3,265 square feet) has well-proportioned, light filled accommodation surrounded by exceptionally private and mature gardens and takes full advantage of the wonderful sea views over Dublin Bay. A family home for many years, Cova comprises large reception rooms including; entrance hall, drawing room, kitchen/family room, sitting room, and a wonderful garden room. There are four good sized bedrooms, two of which are en suite, with the master suite including a dressing room. One is spoilt for choice for views from all rooms with some overlooking the wonderful seascape and others overlooking the upper and lower gardens to the rear. Surrounded by private and mature grounds, Cova is entered via security gates on Thormanby Road; a driveway leads to the front of the house where there is ample parking for a number of cars. The garden to the front combines an extensive manicured lawn, interspersed and bounded by mature trees and shrubs as well as a garden shed to one side which melts discretely into the greenery. To the rear is the sunken garden bordered by a local howth stone wall and consisting of a lawn and tranquil patio with wood pergola. The upper rear garden consists of a lawn with seating areas surrounded by mature trees and shrubs and also enjoys sea views. The upper rear garden also houses a large garage measuring approx. 39.5 sq.m/425q.ft thus providing ample storage and with the potential for a further residence subject to the relevant planning permissions. The rear of the property can be accessed through large double gates opening out to Carrickbrack Road, a significant feature of the property.
€ 1,500,000 House
Architect designed house in an idyllic setting with spectacular views. Wingfield House has some of the most spectacular views in Ireland. It is positioned overlooking the sea, where the view stretches from Howth to Arklow. This is an architecturally designed house, an adaptation of an original farm house which was extended and refurbished to simultaneously take advantage of the private, secluded location, and to capture the breath taking scenic views. It was designed by Padraig Smith Partnership Architects, and every detail was thought of in this property in its design and layout. Wingfield is entered through wrought iron electric gates, leading to a private avenue which passes through the land on both sides, and leads to the house in its spectacular setting. The light-filled property is nestled away, sheltered by mature trees and surrounded by lawns and gardens.