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Westerton House, Westerton Rise, Dundrum, Dublin 16 D16T9N9

5 beds Period House 4 bath 360 m 2 Energy Rating


 Open Viewing:  Sat 17 Nov, 11:00am - 11:30am
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Description

OPEN VIEWING SATURDAY 3rd NOVEMBER 2018 11:00 to 11:30


• 5 bedroom period home
• Gas fired central heating
• Underfloor heating at ground level
• Monitored alarm & concealed panic button alarms
• CCTV intercom on all 3 levels
• Approx. 360 sqm/ 3,875 sqft.
• Walk in condition
• All rooms wired for sky tv (except study)
• Double glazed windows
• Large floored attic with strong steel drop down stairs
• Impressive C3 energy rating
• Many original features
• West facing garden
• Numerous schools close by
• Wonderful convenient location
• Dundrum Town Centre 5 mins walk
• LUAS 7 mins walk
• 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 1800’s, together with its sister house situated to the rear (separate driveway), its red brick façade 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 ...

DNG Stillorgan

18 Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin

Tel: 01 283 2700

PSRA Licence No.  002049

negotiator William Bradshaw
William Bradshaw

Affordability

Stamp Duty: €19,900.00
Total Amount: €1,514,900.00


€1,495,000
€1,495,000
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