€1,545,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 313 sqm approx
Approached along a sweeping driveway Jamestown House is a wonderful 1900’s property which occupies a commanding position on an elevated site of approx. 1.2 acres of beautiful rolling countryside with breath taking views of the surrounding area. Featured in the award winning ESB “going home” advertisement, this farmhouse has been in the current family since the property was built and has been lovingly maintained and extended over the years providing a rustic home which simply oozes potential. Spectacular, uninterrupted countryside views can be seen from almost every room in the property with an ever changing tableau, where each season brings its own spectacular sights and sounds to invigorate the senses. Imagine all of this together with glorious sun - drenched gardens which incorporate a large garage and a picture begins to emerge of what a truly special property this actually is.
There are a host of original period features throughout the property including ornate fireplaces all in working order, sliding sash windows with shutters, picture rails and ceiling covings. The property was refurbished in 1990 to include re-wiring, re-plumbing, a newly installed damp proof course in the original house and new flooring. The accommodation was also added to at this time to include a self-contained annex which is linked into the original property on both the ground and first floor and could have a number of uses.
The accommodation is laid out over two floors and the front door leads you into the original entrance hall which in turn leads to the breakfast room which features a cast iron fireplace with coal effect fire. On either side of the hallway there are two gracious reception rooms; a drawing room with marble open fireplace and a dining room also with marble fireplace both have stunning views overlooking the front garden. The country-style kitchen to the rear of the property is fitted with extensive mahogany hardwood units and there is access from here to a home office, utility room and a guest w.c. There is a large conservatory accessed via the inner hallway and dining room, which offers magnificent views over the rear garden and links the original house with the new. The annex comprises the ‘Oak room’, so called due to its beautiful open fireplace with oak mantelpiece, an inner hall with door to side, spiral stairwell to upper floor and shower room. There is a further reception room to the front with French doors leading to out to the garden. The accommodation upstairs comprises an impressive master bedroom, a shower room, a further four double bedrooms all with working fireplaces and a main bathroom. All rooms have beautiful views overlooking the surrounding areas.