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Built in the 1860’s, Tresillian House (Formally Kerrymount House) is a magnificent Victorian property of elegant proportions with timeless grandeur.
This unique family home extending to approx. 414 sq. m/ 4,455sq.ft sits proudly on a approx. 1 acre of private southwest facing walled gardens. Set back from the road, Tresillian house is accessed via attractive wrought iron gates and a sizeable parking area. The gardens incorporate wooden pathways, superb lawns, shrubbery, flowerbeds and herbaceous borders protected by mature trees. A tennis court and large glazed greenhouse can also be found in the grounds. A flight of Granite steps leads one to the hall door, the main entrance hall is sumptuously carpeted and decorated, this leads us to the dining room on the left and immediately behind is a fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room.
To the right of the hall are both the drawing room and another reception room both of which are gracious rooms with all the period features one would expect to include decorative cornicing, centres roses, and feature period fireplaces. A guest w.c completes the accommodation on this level. Two flights of stairs lead to the first floor. There are four good sized double bedrooms one of which the main bedroom is ensuite and a main family bathroom in the return. At garden level there is a double reception or party room fitted with a purpose-built bar, a fifth bedroom, bathroom, caterer’s kitchen, a wine cellar and separate store. This fine residence combines with a modern detached 2 bedroom mews extending to 112 sq. m / 1,200 sq. ft. provides flexible accommodation for a variety of family uses. The accommodation includes entrance hall, living room, fully fitted kitchen / breakfast room, two bedrooms (one ensuite) and a separate shower room. It overlooks south facing gardens and has a separate vehicular entrance with ample parking to the front of the mews. The mews is accessed via a leafy lane to the rear of the main property.
Tresillian House is very well located in Foxrock approximately 12km from St Stephen’s Green and only a short distance from the Village itself. This quaint village enjoys a selection of bistros, restaurants and specialist food shops serving this upmarket suburb. For more extensive shopping facilities, Dunnes Stores at Cornelscourt and the Park Retail Centre are close by. Foxrock Golf Club is a short distance away as is the driving range at Leopardstown Golf Club and Carrickmines Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club.
An excellent selection of schools are nearby. These include Hollypark Boys and Girls National School, St. Brigid’s Boys and Girls National School and many of South County Dublin’s Secondary Schools to include Blackrock College, Mount Anville, Loreto Foxrock, Lycée Français d’Irlande as well as the recently opened Nord Anglia International School and St. Andrew’s College are just a short commute away. The Quality Bus Corridor on the N11 and the LUAS as Carrickmines provides easy access to and from Dublin City Centre.
- Period features throughout
- Timber sash windows with working shutters
- Drawing room with Adam style fireplace
- Dalkey design kitchen with AGA
- Chef’s Kitchen
- Set on approx. 1 acre of private mature grounds
- Private access to separate two bedroom mews
- Private tennis court
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.