€1,250,000

Camelot Victoria Road Killiney, County Dublin

  • 3
  • 3
  • -
  • 154m2
  • High Potential
Detached House for sale

Description

Camelot is an opportunity to acquire a unique three-bedroom Victorian home
steeped in architectural history, this landmark building is located in the
heart of Killiney village on Victoria Road. The house offers stunning views
over Killiney Beach, Bray Head, and the Sugar Loaf at the rear. Camelot was
originally constructed by Robert Warren, in approximately 1853 as the gate
lodge to three properties: Victoria Castle (Now Ayesha Castle) (1830); Mount
Eagle (1837) and Mount Mapas Cottage (1840). Warren owned Killiney Hill at
this time and had plans for its development, but it then came into public
ownership. Camelot is a Protected Structure (DLRCoCo Ref: 1646) and comprises
an original circular cut granite castellated tower with lancet windows and
rampart stretching over Victoria Road, at the rear there is a later extension
overlooking the garden. To the front of the house there is off street parking.
The internal accommodation is laid out over three levels and extends to
approximately 154sqm (1,655sqft). At ground floor level there is a welcoming
entrance hall with video intercom system, off this there is a newly fitted
contemporary wet room, to the rear there is a bright and spacious
siting/dining room with breath-taking views from the balcony over Killiney
Beach, Bray Head and the Sugarloaf. This opens through to a light filled
kitchen with grey Shaker style units. There is a spiral granite staircase
within the circular tower leading to first floor level where there is a lobby
with book shelving leading into the master suite with a sliding door out onto
a balcony with spectacular views, here there a large en-suite bathroom with
Jacuzzi bath. At lower garden level there is a hall with access to a courtyard
that houses the gas fired central heating boiler, a shower room, the lower
section of the circular tower which provides good storage and two further
bedrooms complete the accommodation with one opening out onto a suntrap patio.
The two terraces and extensive south facing gardens are a real feature of
Camelot, the elevated views from the master suite and sitting room are
absolutely magnificent. The south facing garden measures approximately
36metres in length, there is gated pedestrian access and it is surrounded with
high granite walls making it very private. The size of the garden offers
potential purchasers’ scope to extend the property subject to the necessary
planning permission and create a large home should they require it. Peter
Pearson refers to Camelot in his reference book Between the Mountains and the
Sea ‘(Robert) Warren also built the magical cut-granite archway and gate-lodge
which is such a feature of Killiney village. The gateway, which is part of a
small house once called Camelot, is surmounted by a castellated rampart which
connects with a large circular tower and smaller lookout’ The location of
Camelot will be of major interest to those trying to get a foothold in the
highly sought after and popular Killiney Hill location close to local shops,
the pleasant walks over Killiney and Dalkey hills, excellent schools,
recreational facilities as well as transport with the 59 bus connecting to Dun
Laoghaire DART Station and surrounds

Other Features:
  • Back Garden
  • Balcony
  • Beach Nearby
  • Ensuite
  • Extension
  • Heating
  • Spacious
  • Transport Nearby
  • View
BER Details:
Property Details:
Rory KirwanView ProfilePSR Licence No: 001848Dalkey Office Lisney
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€1,250,000

Camelot Victoria Road Killiney, County Dublin

  • 3
  • 3
  • -
  • 154m2
  • High Potential
Detached House for sale

Description

Camelot is an opportunity to acquire a unique three-bedroom Victorian home
steeped in architectural history, this landmark building is located in the
heart of Killiney village on Victoria Road. The house offers stunning views
over Killiney Beach, Bray Head, and the Sugar Loaf at the rear. Camelot was
originally constructed by Robert Warren, in approximately 1853 as the gate
lodge to three properties: Victoria Castle (Now Ayesha Castle) (1830); Mount
Eagle (1837) and Mount Mapas Cottage (1840). Warren owned Killiney Hill at
this time and had plans for its development, but it then came into public
ownership. Camelot is a Protected Structure (DLRCoCo Ref: 1646) and comprises
an original circular cut granite castellated tower with lancet windows and
rampart stretching over Victoria Road, at the rear there is a later extension
overlooking the garden. To the front of the house there is off street parking.
The internal accommodation is laid out over three levels and extends to
approximately 154sqm (1,655sqft). At ground floor level there is a welcoming
entrance hall with video intercom system, off this there is a newly fitted
contemporary wet room, to the rear there is a bright and spacious
siting/dining room with breath-taking views from the balcony over Killiney
Beach, Bray Head and the Sugarloaf. This opens through to a light filled
kitchen with grey Shaker style units. There is a spiral granite staircase
within the circular tower leading to first floor level where there is a lobby
with book shelving leading into the master suite with a sliding door out onto
a balcony with spectacular views, here there a large en-suite bathroom with
Jacuzzi bath. At lower garden level there is a hall with access to a courtyard
that houses the gas fired central heating boiler, a shower room, the lower
section of the circular tower which provides good storage and two further
bedrooms complete the accommodation with one opening out onto a suntrap patio.
The two terraces and extensive south facing gardens are a real feature of
Camelot, the elevated views from the master suite and sitting room are
absolutely magnificent. The south facing garden measures approximately
36metres in length, there is gated pedestrian access and it is surrounded with
high granite walls making it very private. The size of the garden offers
potential purchasers’ scope to extend the property subject to the necessary
planning permission and create a large home should they require it. Peter
Pearson refers to Camelot in his reference book Between the Mountains and the
Sea ‘(Robert) Warren also built the magical cut-granite archway and gate-lodge
which is such a feature of Killiney village. The gateway, which is part of a
small house once called Camelot, is surmounted by a castellated rampart which
connects with a large circular tower and smaller lookout’ The location of
Camelot will be of major interest to those trying to get a foothold in the
highly sought after and popular Killiney Hill location close to local shops,
the pleasant walks over Killiney and Dalkey hills, excellent schools,
recreational facilities as well as transport with the 59 bus connecting to Dun
Laoghaire DART Station and surrounds

Other Features:
  • Back Garden
  • Balcony
  • Beach Nearby
  • Ensuite
  • Extension
  • Heating
  • Spacious
  • Transport Nearby
  • View
BER Details:
Property Details:
Rory KirwanView ProfilePSR Licence No: 001848Dalkey Office Lisney

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