Caherdaniel is a magnificent double-fronted detached home combining Edwardian and Victorian style with 21st century craftsmanship. Built by Burns Construction and with a floor area of over 5090 sq ft/470 sq m it is laid out over three levels. The interior is really special, consisting of gracious reception rooms, bedrooms of elegant proportions and at the heart of the house, a contemporary kitchen/family room. Naturally, the rear garden faces south, taking full advantage of the sun. Caherdaniel is named after the beautiful Kerry village of Cathair Dónall, the birthplace of Daniel O’Connell, the 19th century Irish leader. A large red brick villa built on a granite stone plinth, it sits elegantly among the other original period homes on Temple Road.
The interior boasts reception rooms, a study, formal dining and sitting rooms and a sun-room. All are situated off the ground floor hall and inner halls, and include parquet walnut floors, luxurious carpets, as well as ornate cornices, dado rails and joinery panelling. An A-rated, energy-efficient house, Caherdaniel has underfloor heating throughout, and precision room control. The ground floor’s triple-glazed sun-room, with its south-west orientation, overlooks the patio and lawn gardens. Furthermore, there are five fireplace places in the home. In addition, a superb light-filed, family-sized kitchen space is ideally situated on the lower ground floor and also provides direct access to the sunny patio garden. A practical pantry, utility room and a separate wine store/pantry is situated next to it. On the same level, there is an impressive cinema room and a bedroom with ensuite and office.
On the first floor there are a further four bedrooms, all with ensuites, finished wi ...