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Dowdstown House Stud, Maynooth, County Kildare, W23 T880

€4,350,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty

BER G Rating

Description

Dowdstown House Stud is a magnificently presented period home spectacularly positioned within 3 kilometres / 1.5 miles of the historic and picturesque town of Maynooth. In all approximately 26 acres / 10.5 hectares with attractive mansion

house, courtyard stabling, a further 14 loose boxes and foaling stables, three bedroomed Mews, one bedroom apartment, all set within marvellous manicured pleasure grounds that include many mature shrubs, specimen trees and enjoy glorious views.

Dowdstown House Stud is a superbly constructed luxury residence that incorporates a beautiful balance of modern living with the historical grandeur of a country home. The main house extends to approximately 5,382 sq.ft / 500 sq.m and comprises 4 reception rooms and 6 large bedrooms. The property is privately positioned with a south facing aspect and looks out over its surrounding 26 acres. The true elegance of this residence shines through the ease at which it turns from a family home into an entertaining venue. A large reception hall, complete with a feature staircase which leads to the first floor, is a welcoming view on entering the property. Either side of this reception area are two magnificent entertaining rooms; the drawing room and dining room, each having feature fireplaces with marble surround and hardwood flooring. To the rear of the residence there are superb relaxing areas for all in the family including a family room, conservatory and beautiful country kitchen, which is the heart of this home, with doors leading to the west facing patio and out directly to the courtyard.

The first floor, with its six principal bedrooms, is just as impressive as the ground floor accommodation offering the same restrained elegance. The Master Bedroom Suite is spacious and comfortable with a superb en-suite bathroom and separate dressing room.

The house links seamlessly with the gardens and pleasure grounds, this being exemplified by the abundance of windows offering copious amounts of sunlight. The professionally landscaped gardens are extremely private and secure with electric gates and mature hedging along the boundary to the front and are of remarkable maturity, linking to the outer pasturage, where evening walks can be enjoyed.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER G
  • Number: 108367061
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 119.94 kgCO2 /m²/yr

About the Area

Maynooth is a university town in north County Kildare, home to a branch of the National University of Ireland, a Pontifical University and Ireland's main Roman Catholic seminary, St Patrick's College. Maynooth is also the seat of the Irish Catholic Bishops' Conference and holds the headquarters of Ireland's largest development charity, Trócaire.

A quiant town with a wealth of stunning historical buildings (including the Pontificial University), this town has a number of bars, restaurants and shops, as well as a Tesco supermarket.

 

Maynooth is located on the R148 road between Leixlip and Kilcock, with the M4 motorway bypassing the town. Other roads connect the town to Celbridge, Clane, and Dunboyne. Maynooth is also on the Dublin to Sligo rail line and is served by a commuter train service.