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Overlooking the golf course and the sea, this house for sale in Sutton is on at €1.495 million


By Lauren Heskin
15th Jan 2021
Overlooking the golf course and the sea, this house for sale in Sutton is on at €1.495 million

This historic house for sale in Sutton with sea views also comes with a traditional wood-panelled pub inside, so just pull a stool up to the bar and wait for your Guinness to settle.


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This five-bedroom home on the exclusive Burrow Road is brimming with historic charm and careful craftsmanship. The semi-detached Victorian house, named Arundel, was built around 1890 and still boasts many magnificent features from the era, including sash windows, ornate joinery, stained glass and cornicing. 

On the market for €1.495 million, the home stretches to a sizeable 270 square metres, as well as a large back garden adjacent to Sutton Golf Club and a gravelled front garden with ample room for parking.

Through the front hall, with its original timber joinery and stained glass front porch, are three well-proportioned reception rooms. A grand dining room and drawing room sit towards the front of the house, both with a grand marble fireplace and its centre.

To the rear of the house is an atmospheric timber-panelled bar (an ideal alternative if the pub closures keep up) and snug, as well as a kitchen and breakfast room. A comfortable wood-panelled garden room with a stove opens onto the back through French sliding doors.

Upstairs are five sizeable bedrooms, the master with its own ensuite. However, you might end up fighting over the second bedroom, where the veranda has views of Lambay Island and Ireland’s Eye. On this floor is also a large family bathroom.

The back garden backs directly onto the prestigious Sutton golf course and the garden itself has been well-maintained with careful planting, a pond, gazebo and sheltered nook at the bottom of the garden. There’s also a veranda and patio across the rear of the house so you have your pick of alfresco dining spaces.

A covetable home in an equally covetable location, are you tempted by this historic house for sale in Sutton?

 

Imagery courtesy of Gallagher Quigley via MyHome.ie


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