Take a look inside this stunning home in leafy Co Dublin village

Camelot House

A stunning Irish home from the Victorian era has gone on the market and an asking price of €1,250,000.

That might seem a considerable amount for a three bedroom home but the property has plenty going for it.

Camelot House is in the leafy seaside village of Killiney, Co Dublin.

Camelot House

The property is a protected structure with the original circular cut granite castellated tower with lancet windows.

It is laid out over three levels and has two south facing balconies, a spiral staircase, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. One en suite bathroom has a jacuzzi.

There is also a dining hall and wine cellar.

The south facing rear garden is approximately 36 meters long.

Camelot House I being sold on myhome.ie. The listing states: “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 house can boast stunning views in all directions including Killiney Beach, Bray Head, and the Sugar Loaf.

The village is home to some of Ireland’s most successful musicians, including Bono and The Edge of U2 and ethereal superstar Enya, who live in the nearby Manderley Castle.

For more information visit myhome.ie.

Take a look at the pictures below.

Camelot House above

Camelot House window

Camelot House fireplace

Camelot House grandfather clock

Camelot House hall

Camelot House kitchen

Camelot House desk

Camelot House bedroom

Camelot House bedroom

Camelot House view

Camelot House bathroom

Camelot House shower

Camelot House door

Camelot House outside

Camelot House garden

Camelot House roof

Camelot House sea


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