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Landore Hall, Orwell Road, Rathgar, Dublin 14, D14 V306

€2,950,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 465 sqm approx


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Landore Hall, Orwell Road, Rathgar, Dublin 14, D14 V306

€2,950,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 465 sqm approx

Landore Hall is arguably the most dramatic and exciting property to come to the market in south Dublin for some considerable amount of time. Nestled to the rear of Landore, a small enclave of houses off Orwell Road, this imposing 5,000 sq.ft. (approx.) villa style property complete with coach house has been painstakingly and lovingly refurbished to an exacting standard. The superb city location is complemented by stunning privacy to ensure the discerning purchaser can enjoy peace and tranquility whilst being within a stone’s throw to any amenity conceivable. This outstanding home was completely renovated and upgraded by the current owners to exacting standards and it is evident that no stone has been left unturned in what was a truly exceptional restoration.

The Villa provides 5,000sq.ft. (approx) of stunningly elegant light filled accommodation. A flight of granite steps leads to an elegant hallway, which has striking proportions and sets the tone of what is to follow. To the left of the entrance hall are two magnificent interconnecting reception rooms with original sash windows and working shutters, ornate ceiling coving and centre roses. To the right of the entrance hall is a double bedroom currently used as a dressing room and the master bedroom suite. Towards the end of the hall to the right is a bathroom and wc while the left comprises a striking Clive Christian kitchen based on the film ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ and a sunken snooker/games room. There are three further bedrooms at garden level (two ensuite), with one currently in use as an office. Completing the garden floor is a stunning Clive Christian country style kitchen, bathroom, wc and interconnecting living and dining rooms.

The appeal of this truly unique property is further enhanced by the stunningly private, landscaped gardens which include a magnificent detached stone ‘coach house’ ideal as staff/au pair accommodation. The garden is laid mostly in lawn with a paved area perfect for those long summer evenings. The property itself, is accessed through electronic security gates, has a sweeping paved driveway providing an abundance of secure parking. It is boarded by colourful raised flowerbeds and enclosed by the original stone cut wall.

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Cooldrinagh, Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock, Dublin 18, D18 E135

€3,500,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 381 sqm approx

Sherry FitzGerald present Cooldrinagh, a stunning detached residence of exceptional quality of set on circa 1 acre of beautifully landscaped gardens.

Cooldrinagh was designed F.G. Hicks in 1903 and built by Samuel Beckett’s father William in 1903. It is a wonderful example of the Arts & Crafts style. The property is steeped in history, being the birthplace and former family home of Samuel Beckett, who spent his childhood there. The property has been refurbished in recent years under the supervision of renowned London based heritage architect Philip Dinkel.

Internally no expense has been spared in creating a luxuriously appointed yet comfortable home where the old combines effortless with modern convenience. The well-balanced accommodation is both spacious and light filled with the main reception rooms and bedrooms overlooking the glorious sun drenched gardens which are very private.

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2 Bed Apartment, Neptune House, Temple Crescent, Blackrock, Co Dublin

€1,400,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 192 sqm approx

Neptune House is a secluded luxury development comprising of 13 newly built houses and four extra-large apartments in a sensitively refurbished 250 year old Georgian Villa. These stunning apartments boast many original features such as high ceilings, the original stain glass windows and ornate plaster work. Apartment sizes range from 169 sq m to 234 sq m (1750 sq ft to 2,518 sq ft).

The original house was built in c.1767 as a private Georgian Home and was once the home to The Earl of Clonmel, Chief Justice of the King’s Bench in 1784. In 1916 it was home to British reinforcement troops who landed in Dun Laoghaire for the purpose of defeating the Republican Army at the GPO and during the First World War it was set up as an auxiliary hospital. In 1930 it was opened as a charity for infants known as St Patricks Infants Hospital run by Mary Josephine Cruice.

Neptune House sits between the villages of Blackrock and Monkstown and blends perfectly into the mature surroundings. These period apartments enjoy the latest in modern technologies to achieve high levels of efficiency with in this listed building, including condensing gas boilers, double glazed sash windows and excellent levels of insulation. Internally, each apartment is fitted to a very high standard, with beautiful fitted kitchens and premium integrated appliances, superior flooring and tiling, elegant fitted wardrobes and high ceilings at all levels.

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