DescriptionSherry Fitzgerald O'Reilly are delighted to present to market The Manor House, a magnificent modern family home of superb character set on seven acres, surrounded by lush paddocks. This a delightful country house accessed by a sweeping avenue affording privacy and seclusion.
This substantial property is a home of distinction with light filled spacious rooms of generous and elegant proportions. The accommodation has many bespoke features including vaulted ceilings and a spectacular entrance hall with gallery landing above. With large interconnecting reception rooms this is a home perfect for entertaining.
Situated in the heart of Kildare's equestrian countryside, it is just 10 minutes to Ballymore Eustace and 15 minutes to the bustling towns of Naas or Newbridge, each with an abundance of shops, restaurants, bars, sporting facilities and both primary and secondary schools. The well proportioned accommodation in this fine property briefly comprises of: entrance hallway, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/family room, living room, sunroom, utility room, guest wc, cloakroom . Upstairs 5 bedrooms, 3 en-suite and family bathroom. This is a truly beautiful property set in a tranquil location, viewing is a must.
Cottage/garage - office, shower room, main room.
AccommodationEntrance Hallway 5.94m x 3.74m. A wonderful introduction to the home, this is a double height room, the centrepiece of which is a sweeping staircase leading to a galleried landing above. It has a porcelain floor and lots of light from the window above.
Drawing Room 6.66m x 5.02m. The impressive drawing room is of dual aspect, with a bay to front and two sash windows either side of the elegant limestone fireplace. With solid maple floor, centre rose with chandelier and coved ceiling. Double doors lead to the Dining room.
Dining Room 4.93m x 4.35m. The dining room is full of light with a lovely bay window to side and large sash to rear. It has a maple floor and double doors to the kitchen.
Kitchen/Family room 7.29m x 3.64m /.6.37m x 4.54m. The kitchen and family room combine to create a marvellous open space. The bespoke kitchen features an extensive range of in-frame units. The glass of the display units mirror the gothic style windows of the family room. Central to the kitchen is a Rangemaster leisure range cooker which uses both gas and electricity and a granite topped island with lots of storage and seating. Included are an American style fridge freezer and dishwasher. Both the kitchen and family room have a porcelain floor.
The family room is bathed with light from its four floor to ceiling arched windows. French doors lead out to the wraparound decking and barbeque area outside. It has a clever dual sided solid fuel stove which it shares with the living room next door.
Living Room 5m x 4.7m. The living room is a cosy room with an exceptional wall of stone and brick incorporating the doorway to the kitchen and the fireplace with inset solid fuel stove.
Sunroom 3.4m x 3.34m. Through double doors from the Living room is the Sunroom, a room of redbrick and gothic style windows, with views over the paddocks. Door leading to decking outside.
Utility room 3.52m x 3.16m. Just off the kitchen is the utility room with sink and storage units and a tiled floor. It is plumbed for washing machine and dryer. It includes the boiler and back door.
Guest WC 1.68m x 1.44m. With wc, whb tile floor and pretty wainscotting on the walls.
Cloakroom 1.5m x 1.17m.
Landing 6.63m x 4.54m. The gallery landing offers access to all upstairs rooms, a large hotpress and attic access.
Bedroom 1 6m x 5.8m. This is a delightful room in a turret style with pleasing curves and abundant light. It has five arched windows and a wonderful vaulted wood panelled ceiling. It includes a Dressing room (2.72m x 2.2m) with shelving, rails and shoe storage.
En-Suite The large en-suite, with tiled floor includes wc, whb, Jacuzzi bath and shower unit.
Bedroom 2 5.11m x 5m. With a bay window to front, this is a large double bedroom with an oak floor.
En-suite 1.82m x 1.73m. With a bay window to front, this is a large double bedroom with an oak floor.
Bedroom 3 4.53m x 3.24m. This is a generous double room of dual aspect, with both front and side views, with an oak floor and shelving.
En-suite 2.2m x 1.76m. The en-suite is fully tiled and includes wc, whb and corner shower unit.
Bedroom 4 3.65m x 3.62m. A spacious double room with views over the rear paddock and stables.
Bedroom 5 4.66m x 2.73m. This is a double bedroom to the side with shelving and oak floor.
Bathroom 2.94m x 2.7m. The checkerboard floored bathroom boasts a clawfoot roll top bath, whb and traditional high level toilet with chain flush.
Cottage/Garage Stone built, with a slate roof, the cottage is laid out in three rooms. One currently used as an office, a bathroom and a main room currently used for storage.
Office 4.45m x 3.88m. This room is of dual aspect and has a wooden floor. It would be perfectly suited as a bedroom.
Bathroom 2.89m x 1.36m. With wc , whb and plumbed for shower.
Main room 5.24m x 4.47m. With some adjustments, this would be suitable for a kitchen/living room. It currently has the front door, a window and double wooden doors but these could be switched to glass French doors.
FeaturesBuilt circa 2001.
Extends to 318m2 approximately.
Set on 7 acres approximately with paddocks, four stables and tackroom.
Exceptional detached property with bespoke features throughout.
Imposing exterior of stone and redbrick with granite sills, plinths, and steps.
Stunning living environment with light filled interiors.
Many versatile reception rooms perfect for entertaining.
uPVC double glazed sash windows.
Oil fired zoned underfloor heating throughout.
Central vacuum system.
All carpets, curtains, blinds, most appliances and light fittings included.
Sweeping avenue from the wrought iron electric gated entrance.
Further accommodation in cottage/garage.
Located just 10 minutes from Naas town centre with its array of restaurants, boutiques, schools and many leisure facilities.
A 15 minute drive to the commuter train in Sallins or Junction 9 of the M7 giving easy access to Dublin City Centre
This home is in a glorious setting at the end of a long avenue, surrounded by lush paddocks. The paddocks are all fenced and edged with mature trees and hedgerows.
A gravel driveway to the rear of the house brings us to more parking and the stables. There are four stables, each 3.58m x 3.58m, and a tack room of 3.85m x 3.58m
BER DetailsBER: C2
BER No: 111662177
Performance Indicator: 188.73 kWh/m2/yr
DirectionsFrom Naas Main Street drive straight towards the Kilcullen road R448. Follow for approx. 5km and turn left onto the L6044. Continue for 2.8km, turn left. Follow the road, keeping right at the next fork. After 350m you will see the stone Pillars of the house on the left.
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Naas on 045 866466