DescriptionLehaunstown Park House comprises a period residence and stables situated within secluded grounds of approximately 2.88 ha (7.11 acres).
The main house measures approximately 135 sq m (1,453 sq ft) over two storeys and is in need of full renovation. The property has an abundance of ornate period features revealing the history of the house which dates back to circa 16th Century.
Adjacent to the house is an impressive double height L-shaped stable building of granite construction with decorative red brick cladding extending to approximately 225 sq m (2,422 sq ft). Both buildings are protected structures and will therefore need to be retained in any future development.
The perimeter of the site is delineated by mature hedgerows and a variation of stone walls that have been sensitively restored. A gated entrance with traditional high pillars and a sweeping driveway provide access to the site from an internal estate road.
FeaturesPeriod residence and stables set on approximately 2.88 ha (7.11 acres),Unique opportunity to restore existing buildings and develop the lands (SPP),Located within the Cherrywood (SDZ) ,Approx. 4 acres identified as Protected Structures ,Cherrywood will provide over 8,000 residential units & new schools ,Cherrywood benefits from excellent accessibility & public transport network
DirectionsLocated at the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, Lehaunstown Park House is ideally situated with close proximity to Dublin City Centre and nearby coastal towns.
Lehaunstown Park House enjoys a prime position on the western edge of Cherrywood, a south Dublin suburb designated as a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ). Cherrywood SDZ is set to become a new south Dublin urban centre delivering up to 8,000 homes, a town centre, business park, schools, sports facilities and parklands. Once complete, Cherrywood will be south Dublin’s finest shopping and leisure destination, making it a highly desirable place to live.
Cherrywood offers unrivalled accessibility with strong public transport links and an established road network. There are 4 Luas stops providing access to the city centre within approximately 25 minutes.
Dublin Bus routes 7, 84, 84a, 84x and 145 serve the area and additional bus services will be provided as the area develops.
Accessibility is further enhanced by the N11 dual carriageway which acts as the arterial road to Dublin City Centre. Junction 16 of the M50 motorway is positioned within less than 500 meters of the subject property providing access to Dublin City Centre, main national roads and a direct route to Dublin Airport within 35 minutes.