Jubilee Hall is located along Ballyman Road approximately 200 metres north from the junction with Old Connaught Avenue in the heart of Old Conna Village, approximately 1 kilometre from the M11 Motorway and approximately 19.5 kilometres south of Dublin City Centre.
Jubilee Hall is a 2 storey listed neo-Gothic castellated house with a 6-bay asymmetrical front facade. The facade is dominated by two square towers fronting the entrance hall flanked by a larger projecting bow fronting the main reception area. The north facade is a simple design with modern extensions containing offices and toilets. Most of the roof sections are hipped and slated. The external walls are a pebbledash finish and the structural walls.
The ground floor of Jubilee Hall provides two main reception areas, a double-height hall and the â€œlibraryâ€ with elegant cornice throughout. The rooms to the north of the main reception area contain offices, stores and a kitchen facility. There is also a small reception room to the south of the main hall. The first contains six rooms, with the largest room overlooking the entrance hall.
The former coach house faces east into the stable courtyard. This is a two bay gabled building with a low pitched slate roof. It has a 5 bay front facade with two projecting single bay wings framing a 3 bay centre.
The buildings lie on a site area of approximately 23.86 acres including a number of former playing pitches, with the main structure (Jubilee Hall) lying on approximately 2 acres.
The total Floor area of accommodation available is 15,809 sq.ft. This can be broken down as follows:
Jubilee Hall and associated extensions â€“ 7,682 sq.ft