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by Sarah Finnan
14th Aug 2023

With an outdoor infinity pool, a six-hole golfing green and a home gym, Paddock Hill in Killiney is quite the impressive home.

From the moment you enter inside the double entrance gates, it’s clear that something special is just around the corner. A sweeping gravel driveway lined by trees leads to the car parking forecourt – complete with granite cobble lock finish. 

Move further along and you’ll find the main house. Perched at the top of Killiney Hill Road, the property is positioned on 1.3 acres of land and takes full advantage of the impressive panoramic views and southerly orientation. The dramatic curved design, built circa 2005 was designed by architects Conroy Crow & Kelly and has helped to maximise the property’s potential. 

A masterpiece of light, space and views, the main building features three levels of glass-fronted accommodation and terraces, creating a living experience that marries modern design with cosy family living. 

The main house extends to approximately 1,000 sq m/10,691 sq ft and consists of six reception rooms, five en suite bedrooms and a host of ancillary accommodation. The rear of the building is dominated by floor-to-ceiling windows and large glass doors which look out onto a spectacular expanse of greenery. In addition, there are approximately 2,000 square feet of terraces which are accessed from each of the three levels. The private and secluded grounds are a real feature of the property with the large infinity swimming pool providing a dramatic focal point.

The property also includes a golf practice area – perfect for improving your putting and bunker play. Modelled off other world-famous golfing greens, the bespoke design comprises a six-hole putting course that will keep golf aficionados busy for hours on end. 

The deceptively spacious garage includes double entrance doors and an electronic lift parking system that can accommodate up to four cars. Elsewhere, an architecturally detached structure in the lower part of the garden merges the bright and airy gym area with refreshing shower facilities. 

Lush planting and greenery make up the garden’s foliage, which has cleverly integrated the gradient of the site. 

Not unlike the incredibly impressive homes shown on the popular Netflix show, Selling Sunset, Paddock Wood comes with a pretty heft price tag to boot. Davina may not have been able to sell the infamous $75million property, but I reckon even she’d be interested in Paddock Wood in Killiney. Currently, on the market for €9.75million, contact Sherry FitzGerald to organise a viewing.