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A most impressive and beautifully restored Glebe House, situated in the heart of the County Limerick countryside, minutes from the famous Adare Village.Built in 1831, Glebe House is a most impressive two storey over garden level original Georgian House in superb condition surrounded by circa 6.67ha/16.5 acres of land. The house is entered through wrought iron gates approached by a sweeping avenue, with views to the house and over the surrounding stud fenced paddocks, which leads to a large gravel sweep to the front of the house. This graciously proportioned residence is laid out over three levels, with a two storey wing and extends to approximately 530sq.m (5,704sq.ft). The interior of the house is filled with an abundance of original period features including; fireplaces, cornicing, centre roses, high ceilings and working window shutters.The arrangement of the accommodation combined with gracious room proportions and an abundance of natural light lends this home to comfortable and practical family living. The property is entered through a vestibule leading to the entrance hall, with a striking black and white tiled floor. The principle reception rooms are accessed off the entrance hall and include a magnificent drawing room and dining room to the front and a study and sitting room to the rear, all with working fireplaces. A beautiful staircase at the end of the hall leads to the first floor, which comprises three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom contains an ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room. At garden level there is a large kitchen breakfast room which extends the entire length of the house, with three sets of French doors giving access to a large patio area. The kitchen contains a range of fitted wooden units along with a centre island and Aga cooker. Also on the garden level is a large ensuite bedroom as well as a pantry and hotpress.Glebe House has the added benefit of a large wing which is connected to the main house. Currently the first floor of the wing forms part of the usable space for the house and comprises a games room/sitting room, two bedrooms, kitchen a bathroom and wc. This floor of the wing has the benefit of separate access, which would lend it to a self-contained apartment if required. The ground floor, although in need of updating, comprises of three rooms and a bathroom and would easily lend itself to self-contained accommodation, with its own access from the courtyard.The entire property has been rewired and re-plumbed in recent years and the roof has been rebuilt using original and reclaimed slate.Outside, the courtyard is entered through iron railings and is surrounded by a stone wall with coach house containing four loose boxes, a tack room and overhead loft. The courtyard leads into the walled garden and to the right to four further loose boxes. The lands are divided into a number of paddocks which are ideal for grazing and a few ponies or horses. Greanagh Stream runs along the boundary to the left of the property.
A deceptively spacious, ultra-modern three bedroom mews situated in the centre of Ballsbridge village within yards of the RDS Showgrounds, Aviva stadium and Herbert Park and enjoying a south westerly aspect to the rear.A truly exceptional modern mews wonderfully located in heart of Ballsbridge, minutes from the city centre. No stone has been left unturned in the premier style of this architecturally designed residence, one of four, built in 2009.Deceptively spacious, (approx.125sq.m / 1,345 square feet), it is upon entry that one really appreciates the scale of this light filled home, where the eye is drawn down the length of the property. The tiled entrance hall leads to a downstairs bedroom which could be used as study or den. A sliding door leads to the built-in wardrobes and to the downstairs bathroom, with striking black tiling, a rainfall shower and built in mirrored cabinets. The downstairs entrance hall also contains clever built in storage cupboards, a boot press and a laundry area plumbed for the washing machine and dryer. A sliding door from the hall leads to the magnificent open plan kitchen/dining/living rooms. The kitchen is Bulthaup with custom designed units and quartz countertop.All appliances are Siemens integrated units and include electric induction hob, extractor fan, dishwasher, oven, fridge/freezer and microwave. The dining area seats eight people comfortably and has south facing floor to ceiling sliding doors and windows into the internal pebble floored courtyard. The room opens up to the living room with remote controlled gas fire, built-in storage, shelving units, and patio door to garden. The south westerly facing ear garden is landscaped with built-in bench seating, garden table and chairs, external lighting, and large storage shed.Upstairs, on the first floor, the master double bedroom has fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room including walk-in rainfall shower, hand shower and vanity storage units. The second double bedroom has fitted sliding wardrobes and ensuite bathroom with rainfall shower and hand shower. The property is fitted with Lutron remote controlled lighting throughout entire ground floor living areas. In addition, the house includes integrated fire/smoke alarm and security alarm. The house is a “sealed air” house with full air circulation system throughout.
‘Brookvale’ is a striking double fronted detached Georgian period residence of exceptional quality measuring approx 416 sq.m (4,484 sq.ft) in South Dublin’s most sought after location and set on circa 0.57 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. Built in c1846 ’Brookvale’ is a wonderful example of Georgian architecture exuding character with cornice, embellished with decorative mouldings, picture rail and impressive solid entrance door remaining intact. The property has been beautifully refurbished and meticulously maintained by its present owners creating a luxuriously appointed comfortable family home laid out over three levels. Upon entering you are immediately struck by the grandeur of the property its tranquil ambience and elegant charm which is experienced throughout the house. The grand light filled entrance hallway exudes character with original features and sweeping stair case. To the right is an exceptional formal bay windowed dining room with open fireplace and to the left is a formal drawing room which also boasts dual aspect bay windows overlooking the beautiful gardens.From the drawing room you enter the garden room which has direct access to the terrace. A large kitchen breakfast room and cosy den room is located to the rear of the property off the inner hall which leads to the gallery area overlooking the manicured rose beds. A beautiful dual aspect winter sitting room is located at this side of the house. There is a large utility and cloakroom at this level. As you climb the gracious stair case, upstairs is equally as impressive. You are lead to a very peaceful sitting area on a gallery looking out to the gardens with the Dublin Mountains as your backdrop. This leads to a large and most beautiful Master bedroom suite. There are two exceptional bedrooms with spectacular full bathrooms ensuite. There are a further two double bedrooms with their own ensuite shower rooms and a further fifth bedroom and a guest wc.A set of electronic gates brings you to a gravelled driveway to the side of the house which provides for ample off street car parking and also includes an extensive sheltered car port which provides protection from the elements. The private grounds wrap around ’Brookvale’ with extensive gardens in a secluded sylvan setting.Brewery Road is located off the N11 Dual Carraiageway. There are a wealth of educational, shopping and recreational amenities nearby to include the renowned Dundrum Town Centre which houses some of the world’s big brands in fashion such as Ambercrombie and Fitch, Harvey Nichols, LK Bennett, House of Frazer, Massimo Dutti and many more. The quaint village of Foxrock is very close by or you can enjoy a nice leisurely walk through the leafy suburbs to Blackrock or relax in the cinemas at Stillorgan. UCD campus is close by, a spirit of learning, that also finds a place in local history as Samuel Beckett, one of Ireland’s Nobel Laureates grew up, in the neighbouring Foxrock.
A spectacular family home in a magnificent setting with breath-taking sea views, within walking distance of sandy beaches.Ardoginna is a superbly situated property on an elevated position on the most southern coast of Ireland, with unspoiled breath-taking views over the Irish Sea, and within walking distance to Goat Island beach cove and Whiting Bay sandy beaches.Ardoginna is an intricately designed country residence built by the current owners 10 years ago and extends to approximately 371.6 square meters (4,000 square feet).A pretty wooden door leads into the large entrance hall, and into a beautifully designed bespoke light filled kitchen combined with dining room where one’s eye is instantly drawn to the delightful sea view through a fantastic picture window, where French doors opening onto the south facing terrace. The principal reception rooms on this garden level are all interconnecting, but can easily be separated and include a formal drawing room, informal sitting room, and double height music/sunroom. All of which provides even more splendid sea views.There are French doors from the lounge to the garden and are also ideal rooms for family living, great for entertaining, or simply to relax in, taking in the vista. The Master bedroom again has southerly aspect magnificent sea views and French doors to the terrace and gardens. Two further bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, two bathrooms and a utility complete the ground floor. Upstairs has the added benefit of a large studio, this room is bright and spacious with velux windows taking in the view, this is presently used as an art studio with office space, toilet and mezzanine over music room. This space is suitable for conversation for further bedrooms or other uses.The gardens and terrace at Ardoginna are a particular feature and were designed to take full advantage of the elevated position and stunning panoramic sea views. The extensive terrace is bound by numerous formal and informal flowering plants perfectly suited to the micro climate of the sunny southeast. All this creates an effortless flow and stress free modern family living both inside and out in this magical home.
A most attractive red brick, late Victorian residence of approximately 279 square meters/ 3,000 square feet with three bay windows on its front façade adding to its appeal.The property is presented in impeccable condition throughout having in recent years been sympathetically renovated and refurbished to exacting standards.Hall Floor:A light filled, spacious entrance hall with decorative cornicing, stained timber floor, leads to the two main reception rooms. The drawing room and dining room are interconnecting and both feature Georgian style marble fireplaces with brass surrounds, stained timber floors, decorative cornicing, ornate centre roses, picture rails and shuttered sash windows. To the rear, on the hall return is located bedroom 5 /study with stained timber floor.On the first floor return is bedroom 4 which has a stained timber floor and overlooks the rear garden. Moving to the first floor we have a further three bedrooms, two doubles and one single. The master bedroom which is to the rear of the property has an en suite shower room, tilled in marble and fitted with a wc, whb, shower unit with rain dance shower head.At the top of the house is a generous main bathroom, fully tiled, with Jacuzzi bath, wc, whb, shower unit with multi directional shower heads and mirrored medicine cabinet; beside the main bathroom is a generous sized airing cupboard.Garden LevelSeparate entrance door under granite steps leads into the inner hall. Off this hall to the front under the front step is a fully fitted cave/wine store lined in cut granite, with inset LED blue lighting and granite floor. Off the inner hall are two further reception rooms currently laid out as a living room and dining room, both with stone mantle places, brass inset and coal effect fires, stained timber floor. To the rear of the hall, there is a guest wc, utility room with gas fired central heating boiler and wall mounted units. To the rear of this stunning property is a fantastic sun filled kitchen / breakfast room with three sets of bi-folding doors opening out to the rear garden, essentially encompassing the garden into the home. The kitchen is extensively fitted with a full range high gloss finished wall and floor units, Corian stone counter tops and sink unit, stone tiled floor, integrated Bosch twin ovens and integrated fridge/freezer.Stepping outside into the rear garden one will be immediately wowed by the wonderfully landscaped showstopping garden that awaits you.Created by the renowned international designer David Ryan, the garden is arranged in a series of gravelled areas of a classic design. The gardens have been designed to be low maintenance but yet have been furnished and planted to maximise effect with luscious herbaceous borders featuring an abundance of mature shrubs and plants. This is an ideal oasis to entertain in and to enjoy the long hazy summer days.
A superb light filled family home with excellent further potential set in a wonderful peaceful and tranquil setting, within easy driving distance to Dublin city centre and the airport.The Main HouseDeanhill is an impressively designed family residence, finished to the highest of standards, where attention has been paid to every detail to create a home filled with charm and character. Deanhill is approached through a splayed stone entrance and electric gates, which lead up a sweeping avenue, through mature landscaped gardens.To the front of the house is a large turning circle, which provides generous parking and is bordered by attractive shrub and flower beds. This graciously proportioned residence is laid out over two levels and extends to approximately 464.5 square meters (5,000 square feet). The interior of the house is filled with an abundance of features; including cornicing, centre roses, marble fireplaces, mahogany doors, maple, red oak and cherry wood flooring and porcelain tiles.The arrangement of the accommodation, combined with elegant room proportions and an abundance of natural light, lends this home to comfortable and practical family living or for formal entertaining. The property is entered through a generous Entrance Hall, leading to the Study, Reception/Dining Rooms or the Kitchen. The principal spacious light filled reception rooms include dinning, drawing and sitting rooms with interconnecting doors; all rooms contain beautiful fireplaces, as well as numerous very large picture windows on both sides, making the most of the views over the gardens. The magnificent Kitchen/ Breakfast Room contains an island and a range of maple fitted wall and floor units. At the lower end of the kitchen is a wonderful large sun filled Dining and Sitting Room flooded with light and leads out to the rear terrace and gardens. Off the kitchen is a useful Cloakroom, WC and Utility, which also leads to the wing. A study with a very pretty period style fireplace completes the ground floor accommodation. Upstairs there are five bedrooms, three ensuite bathrooms and a family bathroom. The very spacious Master Bedroom has a recently installed tiled en suite with a fantastic rain dance shower.The WingThe Wing which is attached to the main house can also be accessed by its own private entrance. The accommodation briefly comprises; a spacious Entrance Hall, a Sitting Room, 3 WCs, and a very large room with extensive windows on three sides and doors to the garden. The wing is currently been used as a Montessori School but would have extensive commercial possibilities or could be used by the family as a brilliant games room or further accommodation.Outside, the property is entirely bound by mature trees making it exceptionally private. There are sweeping lawns front and back and an array of mature shrubs, flowers and planting throughout.
FOR SALE BY AUCTION3.00pm on Wednesday, 25th January 2017at The Imperial Hotel, Cork.A majestic period residence surrounded by c. 10 acres of mature and manicured gardens and overlooking Bantry Bay, where the River Ovane flows into the bay.Home to the Graves family for centuries, Ballylickey House is a magnificent Manor overlooking Bantry Bay at Ballylickey. Built originally in 1650 but rebuilt after a fire in 1976 to its exact original splendour, the property stands on approx. 10 acres of mature gardens, a mix of manicured lawns and flower beds, wild gardens with riverside walks and an abundance of shrubs and trees. This charming home overlooks Bantry Bay from its private setting amongst century old trees and gardens where the River Ovane flows into the bay.The accommodation is currently laid out as private and guest accommodation. The private accommodation combines well-proportioned living spaces with generous bedroom accommodation. The guest rooms are suites and bedrooms, all ensuite and a private guest lounge opening on to the garden. There are both private and commercial kitchens while the guests have a separate entrance and reception area.There is the benefit of an outdoor swimming pool and pool house surrounded by an abundance offlowers, trees and shrubs.Outside a tree lined winding driveway leads to the main house with ample parking space to the front and rear. Follow the many paths which take you through the rose garden, along the river bank and through the wild water garden while being surrounded by many mature trees and shrubs, some dating back over one hundred years. A mix of formal and wild the garden never sleeps with colour year round from the many plants including many species of roses, mixed wild flowers, varieties of hydrangeas, weeping willow and fir trees, conifers, bamboo, ferns and phormiums, steps, bridges and pathways.
A superb Georgian Castlellated house and a charming family home approached via an impressive tree lined avenue in a parkland setting with mature woodland and gardens.Busherstown House is a superb country house and a charming family home approached via an impressive tree lined avenue in a parkland setting with lovely mature woodland and gardens. Surrounding the house is a courtyard, walled garden, large two storey studio a fantastic converted coach house and stabling all sitting on ten acres in the heart of the countryside.Busherstown House is a three-bay two storey castellated Georgian house dating back to 1815 built on the site of an O’Carroll castle. The eclectic character of the residence is owed to the fact that it was constructed in various phases, the most notable of which resulted in the addition of its fine nineteenth century gothic revival frontage with terminating towers and a cenelated parapet. It was originally the family seat of the Minchin family.Busherstown is approached through an impressive stone entrance via a long winding tree lined avenue that leads to the front of the house and on through to the courtyard. There is also a rear farm entrance from the road. The main house consists of exqusite reception rooms, large bedrooms, which are all bright well-proportioned rooms. Throughout the house there are fine features such as the ornate cornicing, centre roses, original fireplaces, symmetrical sash windows with tooled stone stills and a wonderful gothic fan above the front door. The bellcote cut stone courtyard is entered through a carriage arch into a central yard containing a recently renovated loft style coach house, a two storey studio, stabling and various outbuildings. The informal gardens are laid out with extensive lawns, a walled garden, herbaceous borders and pathways protected by mature lime trees.Coach House/BelfryA wonderfully converted coach house with entrance hall, open plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, office and cloakroom. There is a very stylish New York style loft apartment with all the modern facilities in the old style with a cosy stove and has full central heating.Two storey Studio c.1,400 square feet recently refurbished comprising a large reception room, catering kitchen, and cloakroom facilities.The GroundsThe house and yard sits on c.10 acres. The grounds include two fenced grass paddocks, gardens, stone courtyard, stable yard; various outhouses, a walled garden and a new hard-core tennis court. A front avenue and rear farm entrance from the road. All this with lovely views of the stunning countryside in a great location on the Tipperary/Offaly border.
5 Bed Bungalow in County Meath Ireland Large 5 bed bungalow on an acre. Solar home 400 litre insulated stainless water tank with 40 kingspan tubes and heating controls, also Triple glaze front and back doors, with security Cameras and automatic lighting. Wired for surround sound and environmental outdoor speakers. Magnificent views front and back and sun aspect. Other information: Distance from Main Attraction: 5 mins driving Distance from Golf: 3 mins driving Distance from Sea: 35 mins driving Distance from Airport: 25 mins driving About the area: The property is very close to the world famous TAYTO PARK. County Meath is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Leinster and is part of the Mid-East Region. It is named after the historic Kingdom of Meath. Meath County Council is the local authority for the county. Meath has a strong farming tradition has been prominent historically for cattle, dairying, potatoes and grain. Meath is Ireland's leading county producer of potatoes, and a significant producer of beef, barley, milk, wheat, and root vegetables. The property is located only 5 min from the famous Fairyhouse Racecourse which also holds markets and events at certain times of the year.
***BROE auctioneers present this three bed detached house*** A great sense of space is immediately evident and flows throughout the property which offers a generous mix of bedroom and living accommodation, ideal for comfortable family living. Accommodation briefly consists entrance hall with guest WC. living room of which has a lovely feature open fireplace, kitchen/dining room. Upstairs there are three very well appointed bedrooms, the principle of which has an walk in wardrobe and a family bathroom completes the accommodation. To the back there is a well maintained south west facing garden (12m x 10m) with large garage to side measuring 6m x 3.28m approx., The large cobble lock drive way provides ample off street parking. Enjoying an enviable location, 1 Palmers Glade enjoys a quiet cul-de-sac setting, tucked away from the hustle and bustle, while still offering easy access to a host of amenities facilities. Well serviced by public transport and conveniently located close to the N4 and M50 it offers easy access to City Centre and all major road networks. With every conceivable amenity on its doorstep, this fine property offers a fantastic opportunity to any perspective buyer. Viewing comes highly recommended. Entrance Hall 4.88m x 1.95m New monitored alarm, solid oak wood flooring, storage. Guest WC WC, corner whb. Lounge 5.28m x 3.34m Feature open fireplace, solid oak wood flooring, TV point. Kitchen/Dining room 5.42m x 3.71m Good range of floor and eye level units to include all appliances, solid oak wood flooring, French doors to rear garden. Bedroom (1) 3.85m x 3.67m With built in wardrobes, new quality carpet. Walk in Wardrobe 1.93m x 1.77m New quality carpet, plumbed to be converted to ensuite. Bedroom (2) 4.22m x 3.59m With built in wardrobes, new quality carpet. Bedroom (3) 2.82m x 2.57m Standalone wardrobe, new quality carpet. Bathroom 2.89m x 1.96m WC, whb and vanity unit, large corner shower unit, fully tiled walls and floor.