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The Mill House, Ballinameesda, Kilbride, Co Wicklow, A67RT20

€1,100,000 - Asking Price Sale Agreed 258 sqm approx

BER D2 Rating


Pretty as a picture, the Mill House is set within luscious gardens and hidden from view. Set back from a small country road, this beautiful family home offers the opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life - yet is less than 1 hour from Dublin Airport and within a few mins drive of the M11 motorway.

As you approach through the electric gates, the site opens to reveal a wonderful period property dating from the 1800's, with original Mill and separate detached cottage on the grounds. The main house exudes charm and character at every turn and extends to almost 2,800 sq. ft. With four large reception rooms and five bedrooms, there is ample space for family living and many of the rooms benefit from beautiful views to the gardens and River Potter beyond.

There is a separate detached guest cottage of approx. 1100 sq. ft., with wonderful living room, well-appointed kitchen and 2 double bedrooms - ideal for guest accommodation, which you are sure to need, should you be lucky enough to live here!!

The original three storey Mill offers further opportunities to convert to additional accommodation or studio workshop and there is a large, drive in garage to the side.

The spectacular gardens are sure to enthral. Landscaped to take full advantage of the river, they gently curve around the house, with bridges leading to the many secluded areas. The most wonderful planting draws the eye across the manicured lawns to the woodland walkways and lake beyond. The gardens in The Mill House are exceptional and sure to please all who view. For those seeking a period property of the highest standard, with tranquil yet accessible location, there is no other property on the market which offers more.

For those with an interest in equestrian pursuits The mill House comes complete with extensive lands of approx. 25 acres, laid out in well drained paddocks, woodlands and gardens, There is a separate access point onto the main body of the land from a smaller road to the rear of the property and winding walkways from the gardens to the paddocks - ideal for those keeping horses on the land.

The River Potter, which winds though the grounds, is home to an abundance of wildlife, with kingfishers and otters calling it home, and it is possible to swim in the lake, and fish in the river, where salmon jump up the weir - and try to avoid the heron! With such a magical setting - The Mill House is truly an exceptional property.


  • Entrance Hallway (Imposing front door opens to the cosy entrance hall. with tiled floor, cloak room and door leading to the reception rooms.)
  • Kitchen (Wonderful cottage style kitchen with beautiful timber painted units with granite worktops. Lovely quarry tiled flooring and French doors to the outdoor patio dining area and the gardens beyond. Extensive storage, and fitted with integrated dishwasher, large gas range cooker and timber panelled walls.)
  • Dining area (Spacious dining area with garden views from the pretty window seat, ornate wood burning stove and timber panelled walls.)
  • Drawing Room (Beautiful reception room with gracious proportions, French doors to gardens and feature fireplace with ornate, wood burning stove.)
  • Study (Very bright room with garden views. Wood burning stove and door to patio garden.)
  • Guest wc (With wc, whb and shower)
  • Bedroom 1 master (Very large double bedroom with striking colour scheme and glorious garden views.)
  • Ensuite (Well appointed, and fitted with wc, whb and bath.)
  • Bedroom 2 (Lovely, white painted double bedroom with garden views and fitted storage.)
  • Ensuite (Fitted with wc and whb.)
  • Bedroom 3 (Small double bedroom with dual aspect garden views and fitted wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom 4 (Lovely double bedroom with low set windows, pitched timber ceiling and fitted wardrobes.)
  • Bedroom 5 (Large double with built in eaves storage, walk in wardrobe / dressing room and views over the pretty river and gardens beyond.)
  • Bathroom (Very pretty bathroom with blue panelled walls, wc, whb bath and vanity unit)
  • Guest Cottage
  • Living Room (Very bright and spacious reception room with double doors to the gardens, Solid timber flooring, solid fuel stove, Velux windows and pretty patio dining area overlooking the river and weir.)
  • Kitchen (Wonderful family kitchen with extensive fitted units, tiled flooring and garden views.)
  • Bedroom 1 (Double bedroom with solid oak flooring and large walk in wardrobe.)
  • Bedroom 2 (Double bedroom with solid oak flooring.)
  • Bathroom (With tiled floor, wc, whb and shower.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER D2
  • Number: 110358090
  • Energy Performance Indicator: D2

About the Area

Wicklow Town is the capital town of Co. Wicklow. The harbour and its surrounds play an integral part in the life of the town, both commercially and from a tourist point of view. Enjoy a stroll out either of the piers or further along The Murrough, a coastal wetland, very popular with walkers and nature lovers where you can enjoy beautiful views of the town and coastline. The adjoining counties are Wexford to the south, Carlow to the south-west, Kildare to the west and Dublin to the north.