Sherry FitzGerald proudly present Lynbank an imposing semi-detached period home dating back to 1837 which is discretely nestled in on the slopes of Killiney Hill. This superb and charming home of distinction is filled with light from the east aspect especially the morning sunrise and is further enhanced enjoying un-obstructed sea and coastal views.
The property which is laid out over two levels, has retained many original features such as gracious room proportions, high ceiling heights, sash windows, ornate ceiling cornicing and coving, and original fireplaces to name but a few. The drawing room with its large bay window is one of the finest you will come across.
The beautifully appointed accommodation provides a wonderful balance between reception and bedroom accommodation. Lynbank has been tastefully extended by the current owner to include a contemporary split level extension with an additional staircase which blends seamlessly with the period elegance.
It is evident to see the heart of the home is at the lower garden level where the superb conservatory runs into the large family kitchen and through to the family room. There is a wonderful storage area with a boot/laundry/mud room providing superb extra space which is often lacking in period homes.
The gardens are as impressive as the house itself and extend to approx. 0.6 of an acre with a tiered lawn to the front and a spacious forecourt with parking for up to 6 cars. The main gardens enjoy a south easterly orientation and are well stocked with a selection of mature plants and shrubs. There is a vast private granite patio area which is not overlooked as well as a sheltered wooden deck area with raised beds.
Approached off a private road, the property offers the utmost in seclusion. However is just a short walk to Killiney Beach and DART Station. There is also a pedestrian gate to Killiney Hill Road. Dalkey Town, with its host of excellent amenities, is just 5 minute's drive away and the M50 is also close by, providing ease of access to the airport and beyond. There are a host of excellent prim ...