DescriptionBuilt c.1820 Pelletstown House is a large double fronted detached Georgian period property has been fully restored c. 2000 and extends to 361sqm (3894sqft). The property is bordered by a stone wall with mature Beech trees lining giving a great deal of privacy throughout the curtilage of the property. There is ample off street parking on the gravel drive to the front with double doors giving vehicle access to the garden if required. The side garden, designed by landscape gardener Paul Martin, has a south east facing aspect. The two tier garden has a paved patio outside the kitchen, stepping down through a wisteria-covered arch to a childrens play area with artificial grass. The property has two wonderful large windows that bring oodles of light into both of the remarkable reception rooms inside and a feature door with a granite surround bringing you into a grand hallway. The hallway has 3.4m high ceilings encaustic Victorian style tiling and on entering the property you have two large reception rooms on either side these have 3.4m high ceilings, feature fireplaces and many period features in keeping with the era in which the property was built. Four steps bring you into the inner hallway where you have two receptions either side and a dining room leads to a kitchen to the back, French doors bring you to the garden and there is a small utility off the kitchen and under stairs storage. Stairwell leads you to first floor level where you find five fine double bedrooms three of which are en suite and large family bathroom. Throughout the property has original sash windows, the heating is gas fired central heating. This is a truly beautiful house that has been lovingly restored to capture the charm and grandiose splendour of yesteryear and combined them with the comfort and warmth of modern living. Connectivity is a byword synonymous with his location as the M50 road network is accessed by car in minutes, the Ashtown train station is less than 5 minutes' walk bringing you to Connolly Station in the city centre in 14 minutes approximately. Pelletstown House is located adjacent to a host if amenities including local parks, Royal Canal walkway, shops, restaurants, creches, gyms and bus routes. Dublin Airport is a 20 minute drive and the city centre (14 mins by train) is just 4 miles away. There is also easy access onto the M50 & M3. Ashtown is a townland in the civil parish of Castleknock. The area is also served by the 120 bus route, which terminates at the railway station, and by the 37, 38, 39 and 70 routes, which pass nearby on the Navan Road.
RoomsEntrance Hall: - 5.00m x 2.20m
with a 3.45m high ceiling, with encaustic Victorian tiling, ornate decorative coving and centre rose and steps to
Inner Hallway: - 4.45m x 1.85m
with encaustic Victorian tiling and stairwell to first floor level.
Reception Room 1: - 5.90m x 4.85m
with large window overlooking front drive, 3.45m high ceiling, ornate fireplace with tiling and multi fuel stove, decorative coving, centre rose, dado rails and picture rails.
Reception Room 2: - 5.95m x 4.75m
with picture window overlooking front drive, ornate fireplace with marble surround cast and tiled inset, picture rail, decorative coving and 3.45m high ceiling.
Dining Room: - 4.50m x 5.65m
Beautiful dining room with feature fireplace with marble surround and cast iron inset, two windows overlooking garden, picture rail, decorative coving, access to
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: - 5.55m x 4.50m
with extensive rustic style units, amazing storage, ample counter space, feature island with sink and wash hand basin, rangemaster gas stove, integrated dishwasher in island, French doors leading to fully landscaped and paved garden area.
Utility Room: - 2.30m x 1.70m
with sink plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer, good storage, and counter space.
Rear Hall: - 2.50m x 1.65m
leading to outside and in turn leading back into reception hallway.
Shower Room: - 2.60m x 1.70m
fully tiled shower room with shower with rainfall shower fitting, Victorian style WC and WHB.
Reception Room 3: - 3.60m x 4.60m
with feature fireplace with timber surround tiled and cast iron inset, recessed storage, timber floor and picture rail and coving.
First Floor: -
Landing: - 3.45m x 9.00m
Split level landing with library shelving, sash windows and access to attic space.
Master Bedroom: - 5.40m x 4.75m
with recessed lighting and sash window overlooking the front driveway and en suite.
En Suite: - 3.00m x 2.85m
fully tiled with a Victorian standalone bath, separate shower unit, WC, and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2: - 5.55m x 4.75m
Large double bedroom with feature fireplace with timber surround tiled and cast iron inset, recessed lighting and timber floor.
Bedroom 3: - 4.80m x 4.75m
Large double bedroom with feature fireplace with cast iron inset and marble surround, recessed lighting, two sash windows overlooking garden and painted timber floor.
Bedroom 4: - 4.55m x 4.75m
Large double bedroom with feature fireplace with marble surround and cast iron inset, sash window and recessed lighting.
Bedroom 5: -
Large double bedroom with recessed lighting.
En Suite: - 1.85m x 1.85m
Fully tiled en suite with shower unit, WHB and Victorian style WC.
Family Bathroom: - 4.60m x 2.10m
Fully tiled bathroom with a four piece suite WC, WHB, fress standing Victorian bath, heated towel rail and airing cupboard with storage.
FeaturesDetached Georgian house dating to 1820 fully refurbished c.2000.
Sash windows throughout.
3.45 metre high ceilings.
Original period fireplaces.
Four reception rooms.
Five large double bedrooms with three en suites.
Large patio area with landscaped gardens, raised flower beds and mature trees and shrubs.
Gravel driveway to the front providing ample car parking.
walking distance to the Phoenix Park, Ashtown Gate.