|Property Type||Detached House|
|Refreshed on||Sep 18, 2023|
At almost 4,000sqft 'Kinsaley House' is an imposing property which sits comfortably on a beautifully mature and private site of 0.815 Acres (0.33 Ha) now accessed through the beautiful Kinsealy Woods Estate. A protected period property which is described by the National Inventory or Architectural Heritage as being of National Importance for it's architectural and artistic interest. The property has been unoccupied for some time, but it has been looked after on a caretaking basis in the recent past. Repair works have been carried out to the house in recent times which include re-roofing with moder day roofing felt and repair work has been carried out to the brick work and render facades. There is also outline planning permission for a ground floor and partial first floor extension to the rear. This would allow for a modern, kitchen/living/dining room and guest wc at ground floor level with a bathroom on the return on the first floor. With the exception of the basement and the attic, which have been worked on in the recent past, the interior of the house is mostly intact and is a very good example of its period. The house is approached by a flight of granite steps that lead to an ornate tiled landing flanked by cast-iron railings, with decorative motifs and beautifully cast balustrades. For the most part the decorative joinery, plaster detail, floorboards and fireplaces remain intact. There are a collection of outbuildings on the site which date to the early 20th Century. The stone farmhouse / stables are of some minor conservation interest but do not fall under the NIAHs classification of National Importance. As such any prospective purchaser may decide to make use of this two storey stone built structure for any number of purposes. The existing accommodation comprises four floors including the basement and attic. Kinsaley House now represents an opportunity to create a family home of unparalleled distinction in a private setting close to all of the amenity that has mode North County Dublin so popular in recent times. Malahide is just 4km away with its bustling village, DART station and the public gardens which make up the Castle Demense. The coast line stretches from the Marina in Malahide to the 8km of Beachfront along Portmarnock strand. There are no shortage of sporting facilities nearby with a number of the finest golf courses in Ireland within a few minutes drive, The adopted home of Cricket in Ireland and the Lawn Tennis Club all nearby. Dublin Airport is just 10 mins away by car (6km) via the M50/M1 motorway interchange.
3,918sqft / 364sqm of accommodation Site of 0.33 Ha / 0.815 Acres Beautifully mature and private gardens NIAH registration number is 11350009 Two storey stone built outhouse close to the entrance Record of Protected Structures (Number 464) Outline planning permission for a two storey extension All mains services already onsite / connected Ample parking space
Date created: Sep 18, 2023