This Dundrum home complete with swimming pool and cinema, is on sale for €3.9 million
With six bedrooms, a cinema, and an indoor pool, this Dundrum home is certainly a luxurious option for prospective buyers.
Positioned on the desirable Sydenham Road, Brentwood is a Victorian home that has been fully fitted with every luxury that a 21st century home could want, having been extensively refurbished in 2008 and renovated further in 2018.
A grand entrance hall features a sweeping, cantilevered staircase with an ornate wrought iron bannister, a marble fireplace, and detailed ceiling cornicing.
At the heart of the home is an impressive open-plan living, dining, and kitchen area with a triple-height ceiling. The kitchen is a Danish design made in walnut, and has integrated Miele appliances, Neff ovens and Silestone worktops. French doors lead out to the patio outside, giving a nice connection to the garden.
There are numerous other rooms to provide plenty of space for a family, including a living room with tall sash windows, a dining room with an antique-effect feature mirrored wall, a drawing room with large bay windows, as well as a laundry room, pantry and cloakroom.
The cinema would be a huge appeal for any family moving in. With Dolby surround sound and eight lazyboy seats to relax in, as well as curved, and upholstered walls for ultimate sound quality, what better way to spend an evening than in your own private cinema?
An indoor swimming pool is also a feature that not many other houses can boast. There is access to it from both the main house and the garden, with a tiled walkway leading to it. The pool itself has stone tiled walls and floor, a curved roof, large corner windows, and even a slide. It also has a decked patio area with an electronic awning, a sauna, two changing rooms and a shower with underfloor heating.
The house also features a gym and a bar, so really every need is catered for. With six bedrooms, eight bathrooms in total and many other desirable features, this house is certainly not on the cheap end of the market at €3,995,000, but we can see why people would be willing to pay a premium for it. Scroll through our gallery for the full tour.
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