A magnificent period house with approximately 460 sq.m (4,951 sq. ft) of living space, in a mature setting on approx. 41 acres (16.58 hectares) of superb agricultural lands suitable for a number of purposes, all within a short commute of Dublin city centre, with a staff apartment and 2 bedroom detached residence in the grounds.
Belfield House is a detached five bay two storey house built approximately in 1780. The residence has distinctive curved ends to the front elevation and is beautifully positioned in a private enclosure with many mature trees for shelter. The main house extends to approx. 460 sq. m (4,951 sq. ft.) with ample family space and relaxing areas for both the summer and winter months.
Once through the door there is a welcoming reception hall with high ceilings with archway to the rear of the residence. The large dining room with curved wall, Adams marble fireplace and views to the front garden is a wonderful entertaining room with ease of access to the kitchen area. The living room is equally proportioned to the dining room and is complete with a wood burning stove. The drawing room is a relaxing area with Victorian marble fireplace, ceiling coving and rose and doors leading to a south facing patio making this room perfect for the summer months. Towards the rear of the property there is a country style kitchen with AGA, tiled floors with a utility room and larder beside. On the far side of the hall there is a Study/family room in which there is access into the beautiful south facing sunroom with access to the swimming pool and beautiful private gardens with BBQ area. The ground floor is complete with guest bedroom, boiler room and WC.
The first floor, with its three principal bedrooms, mirrors the proportions of the ground floor. The Master Bedroom Suite is spacious and comfortable with a superb bathroom including shower, storage, wc and whb. There is a similar bedroom to the other side that is sully carpeted. The main family bathroom is fully tiled with bath, wc, whb and hotpress. The remaining bedroom to the rear of the residence is a double room with duel aspect and ensuite. On the second floor, there are 2 further bedrooms and storage room.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
The house links seamlessly with the gardens and pleasure grounds, exemplified by the abundance of windows offering a plenitude of sunlight and views looking over the surrounding countryside. The gardens are extremely private and secure with iron gates and mature hedging to the front.
There is agricultural access to the rear of the farm. The lands are superb and can be used for grazing or indeed crops; currently accommodating cattle grazing. The equestrian facilities at Belfield House include 2 stables in the courtyard, hay and machinery shed, separate yard with 2 mare and foal stables and space for possibly 2 other stables. There is a floodlit sand arena in need of some repair and separate sheds for storage. The lands, which are well sheltered and drained, include some 41 acres (16.58 Hectares). There is also a tennis court to the rear of the residence.
The Courtyard Apartment: There is staff accommodation suited for au pair or caretaker situated in the Courtyard. This area is in need of repair/restoration with the accommodation consisting of lounge, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and family bedroom.
The Detached Residence:
This residence is privately set to the rear of the main residence and farm and has separate access off the main avenue. This is an excellent space for staff or indeed a rental opportunity. The accommodation includes lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. There are private gardens surrounding the residence, making this a very charming cottage.