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IrelandKildareKillChestnut Lodge, Whitechurch, Straffan, Co. Kildare, W23 DK06

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Chestnut Lodge, Whitechurch, Straffan, Co. Kildare, W23 DK06

4 beds 4 baths 173m 2Energy RatingBungalow Refreshed on Oct 25, 2019
#43 of 57 Properties Viewed in Kill
Sherry FitzGerald O'Reilly (Naas)
Sherry FitzGerald O'Reilly (Naas)
Tel: 045 866 466
PSRA Licence No. 001057
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Property Facilities
Central Heating


Sherry FitzGerald O' Reilly welcome you to Chestnut Lodge a fine countryside property, tucked away in the Kildare countryside. This is a superbly spacious 4 bedroomed family home of 173m2, ideal for the growing family. Chestnut House is brought to the market in excellent condition throughout with the best fixtures and fittings included in the build. It is a warm and welcoming family home. Set in a unique location, both peaceful and private, it offers the benefits of rural life yet is within easy reach of Straffan village, Kill, Ardclough and Naas. The charming village of Straffan, just 3 km away, offers a supermarket, pub, café, post office, primary school and the K Club Hotel & Resort. The busy shopping towns of Naas, Maynooth and Celbridge are within easy distance offering many shops, secondary schools, restaurants and leisure facilities. The property is just 5 minutes drive from the M7 motorway or the M4 motorway is approximately 10 minutes away. The well proportioned accommodation in this fine property briefly comprises of entrance porch, living room, dining room, kitchen/family room, hallway, bathroom, 4 bedrooms (2 en-suite). There is a large double detached garage with loft space. The gardens are large with a sweeping gravel drive from the electric gated entrance. They include many trees chestnut, willow and apple, hedging and shrubs, and a vast lawn. The side garden has a stone wishing well and to the rear is a raised decking area.


Entrance Porch 2.35m x 1.75m. Step through the Gothic arched front door into the welcoming front porch. It has a wooden floor and a storage unit off (1.03m x 0.88m). Living Room 4.6m x 4.26m. The living room is of dual aspect with windows to the front and French doors to the rear decking. It has a cast iron fireplace and solid wooden floor. Dining Room 5m x 3.43m. The dining room is lovely and bright, with French doors leading to the decking outside and extra high ceilings enhanced with exposed beams. It has a cast iron fireplace and solid wooden floor. Traditional style doors lead to the living room and kitchen and steps lead up to the hallway. Kitchen 7.57m x 4.58m. The comfortable kitchen is of dual aspect with French doors leading to the decking and windows overlooking the side garden. It has oak kitchen units and a Rangemaster cooker, fridge, dishwasher, dryer and chest freezer. A raised red brick fireplace with open fire includes a back-boiler which heats radiators and water. Utility Room 1.71m x 1.26m. With tiled floor, washing machine, alarm and back door. Guest WC 1.67m x 0.98m. With wc, whb and tiled floor. Boiler House 1.34m x 1.11m. With condenser boiler. Hallway With oak floor and hotpress off Bathroom 2.803m x 1.84. With wc, whb, storage and bath. Tiled floor and part-tiled walls. Bedroom 1 4.7m x 4.67m. This large bedroom is of dual aspect and has an oak floor and air conditioning unit. En-Suite 2.78m x 1.05m. With wc, whb and shower unit with electric shower. Bedroom 2 4.45m x 3.06m. A generous double room of dual aspect, it has an oak floor. En-Suite 2.78m x 1.05m. With wc, whb and shower, tiled floor and part tiled walls. Bedroom 3 3.46m x 3.06m. A double room with oak floor. Bedroom 4 2.8m x 2.32m. Currently used as a study, but suitable as a bedroom, this room has an oak floor. Garage 6.68m x 5.04m. The garage offers two double hardwood doors and inside there is a Stira to further storage in the attic. It also has a rear section which would be easily accessed from the main. All would be ideal for conversion to an office or apartment subject to the necessary planning. Garage Annex 6.68m x 2.44m. With door from the rear.


Built circa 1993. Extends to 173m2 approximately. Set on a site of 1.25 acres approximately. Alarm system. Architect designed. Finished to the highest standard. Bright light filled interior. Hardwood double glazed windows. Oil fired central heating with 3 zones. Solar panels to heat hot water. Back boiler. Versatile reception rooms . Sweeping gravel drive with electronic entrance gates. Well and mains water. High speed fibre broadband. Open countryside at front and rear. PVC soffit and fascia. All appliances, curtains and blinds included. South facing living area. Located 3kms from Straffan and Kill. Just 5 mins drive to M7 and 10 minutes to M4.

BER Details

BER: C1 BER No: 111696209 Performance Indicator: 174.33 kWh/m²/yr


From Naas Take the N7 towards Dublin. Exit at Junction 7 towards Kill/Straffan. At the roundabout take the first exit.At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the Straffan road. Follow the road for 4.7km. Go over the canal bridge and then the railway bridge and the house is the first house on the left.

Negotiator Details

John O'Reilly

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Naas on 045 866466
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