DescriptionComprising an impeccably presented spacious family residence majestically poised above the Glen-of-the-Downs, Inchagoill is privately set amid gloriously mature landscaped gardens of nearly 1.5 acres with panoramic views across rolling countryside - a rural idyll yet only c. 0.5km from the N11 and minutes' drive from the communities of Delgany, Greystones, Kilmacanogue and Enniskerry. Exuding a wonderful sense of light and proportion throughout, this is a home blending warmth and character with contemporary flair evidenced from its custom integrated German kitchen through to its sophisticated luxury bathroom suites complemented by high level specification where it matters. The scenic Glen-of-the-Downs, between the sea and mountains, is a wonderful place to live; whether in active retirement or to bring up a family. Leisure amenities and educational facilities and athletic sporting clubs cater for a wide variety of interests; while connectivity is excellent due to the choice of citybound bus services with feeders to Greystones and Bray Dart stations, as well as ready access to the N11/M11/M50 corridor.
With c.218.69 sq m / 2,354 sq ft living accommodation in a versatile layout over hall and garden levels, the property's appeal is further enhanced by its 71.4 sq m / 768 sq ft detached outbuilding offering potential home-working space or even conversion into a 3 bed residential accommodation, (for which plans exist) (subject to consent).
Upon entering the front reception hallway of the main house, one is welcomed via double doors into the dual-aspect sitting-room with its impressive views and vaulted ceiling and substantial classical chimneypiece. Double doors lead directly to the open-plan south/westerly dining room and kitchen with tri-folding glazed doors to a sun-trap terrace, complete with pergola.
The bedroom corridor leads to four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Stairs from the hallway lead down to the garden level where a clever layout comprising an ensuite 5th bedroom off the spacious home office /sitting room/ playroom, is an attractive feature.
Outside, a serpentine avenue skirting maintained lawns sweeps up to the gravel parking area by the hall door, from where one may both see the fantastic views of the Sugarloaf and surrounding countryside and observe the care with which the gardens have been laid out.
The gardens are laid out in lawn, with a generous gravelled parking areas in front and to the side of the house. Boundary planting has been thoughtfully set out to provide shelter and privacy while enhancing the panoramic views. There are many specimen plants, flowering shrubs and bushes to provide almost year round colour, but the gardens really come into their full glory from late April / May through to Autumn. The extensive rear terrace with pergola - a regular sun-trap is like a “room outside”; ideal for entertaining and dining al fresco. The large garage/outbuilding, at 71.4 sq m / 768 sq ft has much potential.
AccommodationReception Hall 1.60m x 8.90m. Wiith polished solid oak floor, picture-window facing east; cloaks cupboard.
Living Room 6.90m x 6.70m. With dual aspect east and south and a graceful dual-height vaulted ceiling with recessed downlighters. Solid oak floor. Classical fireplace with Georgian-style dog-grate. Double doors access directly to the;
Dining Room 4.50m x 4.85m. Dual aspect dining room, south and west, featuring polished solid oak floor and tri-folding glazed screen doors to extensive sun terrace and pergola. Open plan with;
Kitchen 3.70m x 2.70m. Fitted with German design, custom kitchen incorporating generous breakfast counter and work-surfaces with ample power points and a double sink and drainer. Integrated Neff appliances include a dishwasher and fridge; also featuring a Rangemaster double oven, grill with warming plate, plate-warming drawer; four regular gas rings plus wok ring - all beneath a high capacity extractor hood.
Utility Room 1.87m x 2.70m. With plumbing for washing machine and clothes-dryer; space for fridge / freezer.
Bedroom 1 3.70m x 2.80m. To front, enjoying an easterly aspect and built in wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 2.80m x 3.45m. To front facing east; built in wardrobe.
Principal Bedroom 3 suite 4.40m x 4.90m. Bedroom with dual aspect east and north; with wall-to-wall built in wardrobes, and recessed downlighters.
En-Suite 1.79m x 3.43m. With heated towel rail, contemporary glazed-tiled floor with underfloor heating, recessed downlighters, wc, whb, wall mirrors and bath.
Shower-room 1.57m x 2.70m. Accessed both from the principal bedroom and the bedroom corridor, with glazed tile floor, underfloor heating, wc, whb, heated towel-rail and shower.
Bedroom 4 2.70m x 2.42m. With westerly aspect.
Family Bathroom 2.00m x 2.70m. With glazed-tiled floor, underfloor heating, heated towel rail, wc, whb, bath and tiled power shower.
Garden level Hallway 4.40m x 1.60m. With under-stairs storage and a wall to wall cloaks and boot cupboard, bookcase.
Sitting room/Home Office/Playroom 6.00m x 3.70m. With fitted cupboards and a southerly aspect, interconnecting with;
Guest / Bedroom 5 5.00m x 2.70m. With easterly aspect; fitted wardrobes.
Ensuite 2.00m x 2.70m. With southerly aspect, glazed tile floor, underfloor heating; wc, whb and bath with shower fitting, heated towel rail.
Plant room 2.60m x 1.30m. Accessed from the garden, but providing future potentially independent access to the adjacent garden-level accommodation if desired.
FeaturesStylish detached split-level residence by the Glen-of-the-Downs.
Gracious, light-filled dual-aspect sitting room with vaulted ceiling.
Designer kitchen with integrated Neff appliances and Rangemaster cooker; open-plan dining area opening to sun terrace.
Delightfully mature landscaped gardens of just under 1 ½ acres.
Detached garage / outbuilding with conversion potential (subject to consents.).
All fitted carpets, curtains, blinds included
Own water well
Drainage to septic tank
Wicklow Broadband prove more than adequate for our vendors' IT requirements.
BER DetailsBER: C3
BER No: 113217731
Performance Indicator: 216.6 kWh/m²/yr
DirectionsComing from Dublin South on M50/M11/N11 through Kilmacanogue to exit 9 for Glenview, crossing the overbridge westwards as if going to the Glenview Hotel. From the entrance to the hotel, take Red Lane uphill for c.0.5 km and the access to Inchagoill is via the 4th driveway on the left.
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Bray on 01 286 6630