Sherry FitzGerald’s Greystones office is handling the sale of Struan Hill House, an old period property in Delgany, along with the six-bedroom showhouse for Struan Hill, the scheme of detached houses, off Priory Road in Delgany, Co Wicklow.
Struan Hill is a development of luxurious homes with tree-lined avenues, built within the grounds of the original Victorian house. Each property at Struan Hill, which comprises seven houses, has been built on an elevated site of one acre; the properties have been arranged to take advantage of the views.
The showhouse and period home are now for sale at a much reduced asking price than intended when the scheme was built.
With a private treaty asking price of €2.95million,Struan Hill is a six-bedroom detached house, while Struan Hill House is a seven-bedroom period home, also for sale by private treaty with an asking price of €1.85 million.
Developed by Surtan and designed by architect Colum O’Broin, the showhouse has beautifully presented interiors.
These include a bespoke kitchen, luxurious carpets, built-in vacuum systems and spacious drawing and reception rooms, which are ideal for entertaining, and a converted attic. The property’s elegant accommodation measures an extensive 465 square metres.
The spacious entrance hall, with its high cathedral ceiling has plenty of natural light, it leads to three reception rooms, guest toilet, garage, and split level kitchen/dining area with custom designed units, granite worktops, and built-in appliances. Two of the six bedrooms are en suite.
The original house, meanwhile, has 334 square metres of living space.
Set on a one-acre site, this Victorian dwelling is in need of modernisation but it offers good potential as many original features have been retained.
These include ornate ceiling cornicing, doors, balustrades, windows and fireplaces.
There are also large picture windows throughout the home with countryside views.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, two reception rooms, storage room, and inner hallway, off which is a bathroom, dining room, and kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs, there are seven bedrooms including master bedroom with dressing room, and family bathroom.
Delgany village itself has a number of local shops and bars. Greystones is three kilometres away and offers a range of amenities and facilities including restaurants, florists, bars, schools, post office, and coffee shops.
Three golf courses, including Delgany and Druids Glen championship courses, a rugby club and tennis courts are nearby. Transport wise, the N11/M11/ M50 is a short distance away linking Delgany, Glen of the Downs and Greystones to Dublin city centre.
The Dart line runs from Greystones. Further details are available from the agent at 01-2590499.