Something Very Special
Live in a castle overlooking your kingdom!
For those in search of something very UNIQUE. (On entering into this building, you could be forgiven for thinking that you were entering into a very grand Castle Hotel.) In simple terms, this is a very spacious and charming, rustic, Period flat, of more than ample proportions, located in a castellated granite building, overlooking Palmerston Park, with its very own tower leading to a private roof terrace, which enjoys panoramic views all over Dublin - and beyond. For those with a family crest and flag - there is even a flagpole! To suit a single professional or a couple who will appreciate the ambience. Those requiring an ultra modern apartment, should look elsewhere. The accommodation briefly comprises: - a flight of granite steps to the entry porch. Inside, there is a mirrored entrance hall with staircase to the accommodation. There is a large drawing room with ornate Period fireplace, 2 sash windows - offering dual aspect, built in book cases and high ceiling. There is a separate dining room with Period fireplace and a balcony which overlooks the park. There is also a separate fully equipped kitchen. There are 2 bedrooms (actually 3), the master being very large with an antique mahogany "half-setter" bed. There is a large en suite for the master bedroom with corner bath and separate shower cubicle etc. The second bedroom also has an antique brass bed. There is also a good study / bedroom 3. All of these 3 rooms have built in wardrobes. Large main bathroom. There is a second flight of stairs leading from the main living level up to a small room which could be used for a variety of purposes. Finally, there is a wrought-iron, spiral staircase leading up inside your very own stone tower to the aforementioned roof terrace. There is ample parking on the forecourt (inside electrically operated security gates). There is also full use of the "Secret Garden" which is a private high walled garden with an abundance of apple trees. Hardly worth mentioning is the fact that all this is located within a leafy 10 minute stroll from a choice two Luas stops (Cowper or Milltown) and in the heart of the "Golden Triangle" of Rathmines, Ranelagh and Rathgar.