VIEWING STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT
â€¢ 5 bedroom period home
â€¢ Gas fired central heating
â€¢ Underfloor heating at ground level
â€¢ Monitored alarm & concealed panic button alarms
â€¢ CCTV intercom on all 3 levels
â€¢ Approx. 360 sqm/ 3,875 sqft.
â€¢ Walk in condition
â€¢ All rooms wired for sky tv (except study)
â€¢ Double glazed windows
â€¢ Large floored attic with strong steel drop down stairs
â€¢ Impressive C3 energy rating
â€¢ Many original features
â€¢ West facing garden
â€¢ Numerous schools close by
â€¢ Wonderful convenient location
â€¢ Dundrum Town Centre 5 mins walk
â€¢ LUAS 7 mins walk
â€¢ M50 1km away
Westerton House is unique. Many will have driven by, possibly hundreds of times, and not know of its existence. It is situated in a secluded location off the Ballinteer Road and is just a 4 minute walk to Dundrum Town Centre where every conceivable amenity is on offer. Accommodation extends to approximately 360sqm/ 3,875 sq.ft, and thus, this is a substantial residence.
It is very rare that a period home of this character in the superb location of Dundrum comes to the open market. Having been built by the Brooks family in the late 1800â€™s, together with its sister house situated to the rear (separate driveway), its red brick faÃ§ade is both imposing and attractive. Granite steps lead to the impressive arched porch area where a beautiful stained glass door greets you.
The entrance hallway is very impressive and large with high ceilings of over eleven feet and offers a real sense of grandeur. Beautiful crystal light fittings add to atmosphere. The drawing room with its marble fireplace serves as a formal dining room for special occasions, and a snooker room for times of leisure. Opposite the dining room, there is a second reception room which serves as a less formal family living space while maintaining all of the features one would expect from a home of this period including the original ornate marble fireplace, chandelier lighting and wall lights. This room also features an elegant bay window where one could imagine a baby gr ...