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This bespoke five-bedroom home with sea views and mature gardens is on the market for €1.4 million


By Sarah Gill
29th Mar 2023
This bespoke five-bedroom home with sea views and mature gardens is on the market for €1.4 million

Offering sea views over Malahide estuary and Lambay Island, Cranford Hall has handsomely symmetric proportions, and a grand four pillared entrance.

Located on Estuary Road, Malahide, Co. Dublin, Cranford Hall is on the market through Gallagher Quigley for €1,400,000.

Designed by architect Duncan Stewart, this bespoke five-bedroom residence was built in a Chateauesque style with a distinctive Mansard slate roof and handsomely symmetric proportions that extend to circa 3,218 square feet.

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A very grand four pillared entrance with ornate wrought-iron railings and double gates welcome you on arrival at Estuary Road near Broadmeadow. The long tree-lined driveway beyond gently meanders up the house, which sits on a private elevated site with sea views across Malahide Estuary and over to Lambay Island.

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Standing on circa 1.8 acres, well-groomed expansive lawns surround the house along with tall banks of evergreens that provide the garden with total privacy and tranquil seclusion. An adjoining parcel of land that extends to circa 10 acres is also available to purchase.

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A parking forecourt to the front of the house is flanked by two detached garages that were built to complement the design of the house, and could easily be converted to provide a dedicated home office away from the main residence and/or a home gym.

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A bright and spacious glazed entrance porch greets you on arrival and leads to a double-height entrance hall with gallery landing. Set back from the reception entrance and overlooking the gardens, an oval shaped lounge is a reception room that was designed with formal entertaining in mind and celebrating special family occasions.

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The oval room interconnects with a formal dining room which in turn interconnects with the kitchen/breakfast room. Occupying the south-facing gable, the kitchen particularly benefits from a lovely vista of Malahide Estuary and Lambay Island.

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A cosy family room perfect for watching television or simply reading occupies the opposite gable end of the house. The ground floor accommodation also includes a guest bedroom and shower room. Upstairs, a third reception room sits above the oval room and enjoys a lovely sylvan aspect overlooking the pastoral landscape with french doors opening to a rooftop balcony. Four spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.

Malahide

Runners, walkers and general outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the spoils of the estuary coastline literally on their doorstep. Malahide village with its varied choice of shopping, restaurants, pubs, coffee shops and delicatessens is within convenient commuting distance and Pavillions Shopping Centre is only 2 km away. Sporting enthusiasts are spoiled for choice also with numerous clubs situated in the surrounding environs and immediate locality including Malahide Rugby Club.

Malahide

Cranford Hall benefits from excellent transport connectivity with quick and easy access to the M1/M50 motorway network in addition to Dublin Airport and Dublin Port Tunnel which is just c.7km away. Malahide Train Station together with bus services provide quick and convenient access to the city centre.

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Currently on the market through Gallagher Quigley for €1,400,000, take a full tour of this Malahide property through our gallery below…