RED SPADES, 12C Albert Walk, Bray, Co. Wicklow€290,000
Sherry FitzGerald O’Reilly are delighted to present to market Hill House. This grand Victorian property has been standing proudly for over 100 years on the Tipper road in Naas and is a local landmark.
A very fine period home, it is a substantial detached three bay extending to 450m2 approximately, on extensive grounds of 1.5 acres approximately, a rarity so close to the heart of town.
Built circa 1890, the character of the time is reflected in the spacious and airy accommodation, highlighted by the excess ceiling heights and the many attractive features including original coving, tiling and sash windows. The many rooms in the house are now complemented by the attached former stables and carriage house which were extensively renovated in the 1970s for added accommodation.
The house is attractively set in its mature grounds, with a distinctive entrance of a fine cast iron gateway. The gateways lead to the Tipper Road, a prestigious address, where you will find some of the finest houses in Naas. From here, It is just a five minute walk to the centre of bustling Naas town, with its renowned boutiques, restaurants, bars, Theatre and leisure amenities. A few minutes’ walk in the other direction will bring you to the Naas Racecourse and it is just a short drive to Punchestown. For the golfer, Craddockstown and Naas Golf Club are just a few minutes by car, and the K Club is nearby.
Accommodation in this elegant property briefly comprises downstairs- entrance hallway, drawing room, dining room, study, conservatory, kitchen, rear kitchen, larder, bathroom, family room, TV room, wc. Upstairs 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, landing, storerooms, hallway and living room.
Entrance Hall 9.63m x 4m. The splendid entrance hallway features original Minton encaustic tiles throughout. Three elegant, generously proportioned reception rooms lead off this space. Each room offers an individual ambience and period features from splendid original mantlepieces, wide bay windows and natural timber panels.
Drawing Room 5.72m x 4.3m. The gracious drawing room is a bright airy room with bay windows to front and door to conservatory. It features an original marble fireplace.
Dining Room 4.95m x 4.3m. The generous dining room with rear views includes a wooden fireplace with granite hearth, laminate wooden floor and door to conservatory.
Study 4m x 3.3m. The study is a delightful room of dual aspect with wide bay to side and sash window to front. With original cast iron fireplace.
Conservatory 9.55m x 3.7m. A Victorian classic, this timber framed two bay conservatory to side is a vast space. It has a tiled floor, doors to rear, drawing room and dining room, and double doors to the garden.
Kitchen 6.75m x 4.4m. The dual aspect kitchen features original terracotta tiles, fitted dresser and many fitted units. It includes dishwasher, washing machine and cooker.
Larder 1.5m x 1.15m. Off the hallway, lined with shelving.
Rear kitchen 3.75m x 2.7m. With fitted units, washing machine, cooker and hob. Fire door to corridor.
Bathroom 6.52m x 3.04m. With four stalls and wash hand basins. Doors to entrance hall, yard and corridor.
Corridor 7.56m x 1m. With laminate floor. This area links what was previously the carriage house and stables to the main house.
Stairwell 3.5m x 3.05m. With laminate floor. Stairs to first floor.
Family Room 4.95m x 4.85m. With stone fireplace, wainscoting to wall, and laminate floor.
TV Room 7.3m x 4.95m. This is a large light filled room of triple aspect, with a wooden floor and doors to both sides. A door leads to bathrooms.
WC 3.34m x 2.65m. Located in a new extension, there are two toilet stalls with wash hand basins, and tiled floors.
Landing 8.93m x 4m. The roomy landing has a storage press (2.5m x 1.15m) and attic access.
Bathroom 3.3m x 3m. On the first return is a spacious bathroom of dual aspect. It includes wc, whb, corner shower unit with electric shower. It has a tiled floor and part tiled walls.
Bedroom 1 4.6m x 4.3m. This is a marvellous room of generous proportions with sash windows to front and side.
Bedroom 2 4.4m x 3.25m. A charming double room in blue of dual aspect with built-in wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 4.6m x 4.39m. Painted in a traditional Victorian dark green, this bedroom has views to side and rear. It has a fitted wardrobe and laminate walnut floor.
Bedroom 4 3.2m x 3.1m. A single room with fitted wardrobe. PVC window overlooking garden.
Storeroom 1 2.6 x 1.6m. With window.
Storeroom 2 1.7m x 1m.
Corridor 7.5m x 1m. With laminate floor and fire alarm system. Door to balcony and double glazed PVC windows.
Bathroom 4.15m x 1.6m. With bath, wc and wash hand basin, it is fully tiled.
Stairwell 3.2m x 3m. With attic access.
Room 4.95m x 2.5m. With carpet floor.
Living Room 9.9m x 4.95m. A large room of dual aspect, suitable for a variety of uses, it has a carpet floor.
Outside Two paddocks flank the avenue with fencing and there is a wooden pony shelter in one. The remainder of the extensive grounds are in lawn, with large tarmac area for parking.
Built circa 1890, with attached carriage house and stables converted for accommodation circa 1970.
Extends to a generous 450m2 of accommodation.
Imposing period home set on 1.5 acres.
Many original features retained throughout.
Original wooden sash windows including canted bays in excellent condition.
Vast conservatory to side.
Many elegant rooms of dual aspect offering lots of natural light complemented by high ceilings.
Clay ridge tiles to roof.
Oil fired central heating.
A five minute stroll to the centre of Naas town with its many amenities.
Short drive to M7/N7 and to the Arrow rail link in Sallins.
On entering Naas from the Dublin side, take the left turn just before the Maxol service station, turning on to the Blessington Road. Take the next left to the Tipper Road. Hill House is 300m up the hill on the left hand side.
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