Hunters Estate Agent are honoured to present to the market this stunning late 19th century five bedroom mansion extending to circa 380sq.m/4,100sq.ft. Commissioned in 1874 the property is constructed in the Italianate style popularised by Queen Victoria in her summer residence Osborne House and bears many of the same hallmarks such as the campanile viewing tower and ornamented stucco façade, albeit on a smaller scale. The property was renovated and restored in 1987 by Cheshire Homes the developers of the Richmond Park Estate and has been well maintained by the current owners.
Upon entering the property one is immediately welcomed by a bright outer hall with an attractive Victorian pattern tiled floor which leads through double doors to the grand reception hall with impressive period cornice and grand dimensions. To the right there is a very large dining room with dual aspect and original period plaster work. To the left one enters the generous and very fine drawing room which contains some excellent examples of the plasterwork of the period and a large marble chimney piece with open fire and has the benefit of a large bay window and dual aspect. To the rear of the house there is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room fully equipped with built in units with a useful utility room with separate access to the side of the house and a large study/family room with dual aspect. There is also a well-equipped guest bathroom, garden lobby with storage and a cloakroom at this level. Rising up the grand staircase one encounters the stunning showpiece marble colonnaded landing that joins the first floor return and first floor of the property. At return level there are two generous double bedrooms and a well-equipped family bathroom. The first floor is set o ...
4 Castle Street, Dalkey, Co Dublin
Tel: 01 275 1640