No. 35 Abington is one of the finest and most elegant ever to come for sale not only in Abington but within Malahide Village, in terms of the home's presentation as well as it's situation, with its beautifully positioned southwest facing garden.>br>No expense has been spared in the home's lavish interior and gardens. Classic detailing adds to the character of the period-style residence, which boasts heavy double mahogany doors to all the principal rooms, Georgian style coving throughout, and Portland stone and marble fireplaces. An impressive entrance hall, as well as the stairs and both landings, are painted in Cotswold Blockwork by notable decorative painter Nathaniel Clements to look like tiles. The 5,726-square-foot main house has six bedrooms with six and a half bathrooms spread over three floors and sits upon a quarter acre of land. As well as the main accommodation, there is a fully furnished, one-bedroom apartment over the triple garage to the side of the house.
Throughout the main house and the apartment, heating comes via an advanced underfloor system, while a fully integrated clean air vacuum system automates cleaning. The home features a conservatory, an office, a study, and a purpose-built TV room, while the home's bespoke Clive Christian kitchen features top-of-the-line Miele and Sub-Zero appliances.
The grounds—designed by Sara McGinty and Tony Maele, who are known for their collaboration on exceptional architectural gardens—create a tranquil setting. There are two water features, a Finnish barbecue house, a children's playground, and surround-sound garden speakers linked by Bang & Olufsen to the house.
The front garden provides parking for seven to eight cars, if necessary, as well as access to a three-car garage reminiscent of a traditional coach house. Over the garage, there is a fully furnished en-suite apartment that enjoys cooking facilities, TV and full internet access, and Bang & Olufsen surround sound.
Abington is off Swords Road in north County Dublin, convenient to Malahide Village with its abundance of local amenities, including a variety of restaurants, pubs and boutiques, a marina, and the picturesque Malahide demesne with its historic surroundings. Malahide's DART station provides access to the city and beyond, while the M1 and M50 motorways are just 12 minutes from Abington. Dublin city centre is less than half an hour drive from Abington, while Dublin Airport is just 10 minutes away.
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