Published 21/10/2011 | 05:00
Five-bedroom house with four stables on seven acres
Built in 2008, to a high specification, Pagestown House is well suited to a growing family who enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and especially would like to keep a few horses or ponies.
While the front of the house appears quite plain, inside it is very attractively presented, especially the circular entrance hall with its marble flooring which reflects the light from glass-framed doors which surround it. By sweeping the banistered staircase around the curved wall this also maximises the light.
Another unusual feature is the glass walls which run the width of the rear of the house.
In all there is 743sqm of accommodation and at ground level this accommodation is laid out in an open plan design which incorporates a sitting room, French-style kitchen and a diningroom at three split levels in an L shape.
Ground-level accommodation also includes a family room, living room, drawing room and study. A utility wing incorporates a laundry room and shower room.
A two-storey annex could be equipped as a self-contained accommodation for use as a granny flat/staff accommodation with its own separate access. Upstairs there are four bedrooms at first-floor level, three of which are en suite, as well as an attic bedroom. The heating is provided by geothermal pipes.
Approached by a long avenue at the end of a quiet country cul de sac, Pagestown House enjoys complete privacy.
Outside, there are four stables and lands extend to seven acres.
The property is only half a mile from, and within walking distance of, Kilcloon village with its local shop and post office and is just a few minutes' drive to church, school and public house. It is only five miles from the university town of Maynooth and Dunboyne, as well as about 14 miles from Dublin.
Contact: Coonan Real Estate Alliance 01 6286128