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Sunnymeade, Turnings, Straffan, Co. Kildare, W23 RW52

€590,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 180 sqm approx


  • House built 1999/Extension 2007
  • Floor area 180 sq m/1,938 sq. ft. approx
  • Oil fired central heating
  • PVC double glazed windows
  • Alarm
  • Pine 6 panel internal doors
  • Lightfittings
  • Tarmac driveway
  • Electronic gates
  • Outside tap
  • External power point
  • Mains water/Bio cycle septic tank
BER C2 RatingDownload Brochure (PDF 1.20mb)


A most attractive and deceptively spacious four bedroom detached bungalow with attic conversion on approximately 1.05 hectare / 2.59 acres of wonderful, mature, private grounds in a sought after setting close to the K Club and Straffan Village. This wonderful property has been cleverly extended and boasts an efficient, spacious layout. Unless you look inside you would not be able to appreciate the wonderful, warm features, tasteful decor and huge potential that this special home offers. It enjoys a lovely, sunny rear garden in which you can relax on long summer days, the grounds are beautifully laid out with a spacious lawn, patio area, paddocks and a variety of attractive trees and shrubs all of which enhance this beautiful home. This home is further enhanced by its superb location close to the K Club, Straffan village and the M4 and M7 motorways. It is undoubtedly a sought after setting with a lovely rustic feel yet with convenience to all essential amenities. Viewing is a must for those searching for a wonderful home in this most special of locations.


  • Entrance Hall (4.4m x 1.75m With semi-solid oak flooring, coved ceiling, under stairs cloak room, wood paneling on walls, panic button, intercom phone entry unit)
  • Lounge (4.2m x 3.9m With dual aspect feature XXXXXXXXXXXXX fireplace, semi solid oak flooring, fitted T.V. unit/bookshelves, coved ceiling, bay window)
  • Kitchen/Dining Room (5.3m x 3.3m With fitted cream kitchen, island, Hotpoint dual fuel cooker, extractor, L.G. American style fridge/freezer, semi-solid oak flooring, tiled splashback)
  • Sun Room (8.7m x 3.6m With triple aspect, porcelain tiled flooring, coved ceiling, solid fuel stove, recessed lighting, t.v. point, French doors to rear)
  • Utility Room (3.4m x 3.1m With fitted kitchen units, Beko dishwasher, tiled floor, tiled splashback, rear door access)
  • Laundry (2.6m x 1.7m With Candy washing machine, Tricity Bendix tumble dryer, oil burner, tiled floor, rear door access)
  • Bedroom One (3.1m x 2.9m To front with semi-solid oak flooring, fitted closet)
  • Bedroom Two (3.1m x 2.9m To front with fitted wardrobes, semi-solid oak flooring)
  • Bedroom Three (4.4m x 3.9m To back with carpet, t.v. point, coved ceiling)
  • En-Suite (1.8m x 1.6m With Triton electric shower, w.c., w.h.b., shower screen, tiled floor, tiled splalshback, mirror, shaving light and extractor)
  • Bedroom Four (2.7m x 2.3m With fitted wardrobes and semi solid oak flooring)
  • Attic Room One (6.7m x 3.8m With carpet and dormer style window)
  • Attic Room Two
  • Bathroom (3.3m x 1.6m With bath, vanity w.h.b., w.c, bidet, Mira electric shower over the bath, shower screen, tiled floor, tiled splashback, shaving light & mirror)
  • Corridor (6m x 0.9m With semi-solid oak flooring, airing cupboard,)
  • Landing (3.8m x 3.3m With carpet, Velux roof window and access to storage room)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER C2
  • Number: 109804294
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 197.88 kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Straffan (variously Teach Srafáin, Strafáin or An Cluanini in Irish) is a village in County Kildare, situated on the banks of the River Liffey, 25 km upstream of the Irish capital Dublin. Straffan is the 31st most populous centre in County Kildare. Straffan is home to the Kildare Country Club, commonly known as the K Club, and its two championship golf courses, which have staged major international events such as the European Open (annually since 1995), and the Ryder Cup tournament between Europe and the USA in 2006.

Straffan is situated at a particularly low lying point in the Liffey valley and is surrounded by flood meadows along the Liffey and River Morell. Agriculture is important to the local economy. Since the 18th century Straffan farmers have been prominent improving agriculturalists and prominent in the prize lists at events run by the Royal Dublin Society. The research station for the Agriculture department of University College Dublin is situated at nearby Lyons Hill. As with the rest of County Kildare, racehorse breeding and training is a prominent local activity. In the 1920s Straffan Station stud was the leading horse breeding stud in the country.

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