Nurney, Family Country Living in an Urban Setting. One of Old Ballybrack’s longest standing period family homes. A once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase this unique early twentieth century house extending over 244.91m2 / Site 1,195.7 m2 approx 0.30acre. Characterised by its fantastic location, well-appointed rooms, high ceilings, and many other original features, Nurney is impressive in size and character, offering the opportunity to make this fine property your family home. Well hidden behind mature trees, we invite you to explore.
As you cross the threshold of the entrance, you are immediately drawn into a unique and charming period home. The light fills the hall through the original stained-glass door. The current owners have lovingly maintained the original features of the house since purchasing it during 1987.
With a welcoming hallway extending the full depth of the house, on either side are two well apportioned reception rooms with open fireplaces and large bay windows. As you progress past the kitchen on the right, and the understairs pantry on your left, you will find a modern shower room, office, and dual purpose study / fifth bedroom with direct access to the garden at the rear of the house. The garden provides the ingredients for those who love to cook, especially with the luxury of an Aga, which is simply, the heart of the home. Off the kitchen lies what was originally the maid’s room, and is now a hardworking utility room with under floor cellar. The kitchen also leads to a cosy den and dining / library area, with direct access to the patio. Upstairs comprises master bedroom and three well-proportioned double bedrooms. The family bathroom has been upgraded to include underfloor heating and storage with a modern design.
A house for all occasions, the garden is truly for all seasons. This oasis is full of surprises. It’s easy to loose oneself in the tranquility of this garden. From the apple trees to the kitchen garden, the secret tunnel to the grassy lawn, this hidden gem is a haven for children and adults alike who love to bird watch and chase bees, and for all who love nature.
The wide side entrance leads to a purpose built detached single storey dwelling, currently being used as a garage. Fully plumbed, wired and spacious, this building has potential to be reconfigured for a dwelling with a potential rental income.
Beautifully proportioned rooms
Large 1,195.7 m2 site
Ample car-parking spaces
Potential dwelling space/garage - 61 m2
Close to the sea and transport facilities
BER: E1 BER No.102402336 Energy Performance Indicator:328.25kWh/m²/yr
Approx. 2.52m x 1.40m / 8ft. 3” x 4ft. 7”
Glazed porch area with shelving and original tiled floor.
Approx. 4.94m x 1.97m / 16ft. 2” x 6ft. 5”
Original front door with stained glass panels. Wooden flooring and wooden panelled ceiling. Understairs pantry with shelving and separate storage area.
Approx. 6.27m x 4.0m / 20ft. 7” x 13ft. 1”
Spacious drawing room with high ceiling.
Large feature bay seated window. Coving and picture rail with both original fireplace and wooden flooring.
Approx. 5.02m x 4.38m / 16ft. 6” x 14ft. 5”
Elegant dining room with high ceiling and bay window. Art Deco tiled fireplace. Quaint servery window to kitchen. Original wood flooring. Coving and picture rail.
Approx. 6.12m x 2.81m / 20ft. 1” x 9ft. 2”
Solid Beechwood Graham McHugh designed kitchen with reconditioned, re enamelled Aga cooker. Original floor tiles, skylight over sink area. Leads to porch with access to rear garden and utility room.
Approx. 3.95m x 2.85m / 12ft. 11” x 9ft. 4”
This spacious utility / pantry has an under-floor wine cellar, built in presses, stainless steel sink also contains the Gas boiler and benefits from a skylight.
Approx. 5.05m x 3.16m / 16ft. 7” x 10ft. 5”
Just off the kitchen, this comfortable room has a relaxing sitting room / tv area plus a sizeable dining space with direct access to the sun-filled patio outside. Wooden panelled ceiling and wooden floor.
Approx. 1.81m x 1.48m / 5ft. 11” x 4ft. 10”
Fully tiled floor to ceiling with corner shower, WC, WHB, chrome heated towel rail, mirrored unit over sink and extractor fan.
Approx. 4.0m x 2.53m / 13ft. 1” x 8ft. 4”
Office with built in furniture with a view of the back garden. Laminate floor covering.
Study / Bedroom 5
Approx. 3.04m x 2.53m / 10ft. x 8ft. 9”
Mixed use / bedroom with direct access onto patio and garden to rear of house. Wooden panelled vaulted ceiling, original wooden floor.
Approx. 5.71m x 1.94 / 18ft. 7” x 6ft. 4”
Reading nook beside window. Carpeted with attic access and wooden banisters.
Approx. 5.82m x 4.0m / 19ft. 1” x 13ft. 1”
Vaulted ceiling, original floorboards, open fireplace, with windows on three sides allowing for maximum light including a bay window. Sink vanity unit with mirror.
Approx. 5.02m x 4.50m / 16ft. 6” x 14ft. 9”
Vaulted ceiling, original floorboards, charming, seated bay window area overlooking front garden.
Approx. 4.50m x 3.07m / 14ft. 9” x 10ft. 1”
Original fireplace and side facing window.
Approx. 4.39m x 4.03m / 14ft. 5” x 13ft. 3”
Picturesque view through sash window over rear garden. Sink, access to hot press, original fireplace and vaulted ceiling with attic access.
Approx. 2.95m x 1.82m / 9ft. 8” x 6ft.
Floor to ceiling tiling, corner shower, walnut vanity sink unit with storage, matching mirror unit with lights and shaving plug, separate standalone walnut storage cabinet, heated towel rail, extractor fan and underfloor heating.
Approx. 244.91m2 / 2636.19 ft2.
Mains water and electricity. Gas-fired central heating, Solar panels
Giraffe Childcare Cherrywood
Après School Club
St. Columbanus N.S.
St John’s N.S.
Wyvern Primary School, Killiney
St. Joseph of Cluny
Scoil Cholmcille Senior School
Loreto College Dalkey / Bray
St. Gerard’s, Bray
St. Laurence College
From Dublin City direction, use the left lane to take the Coill Na Silíní / Cherrywood exit slip-road off the N11 at onto Wyatville Rd / R118. After 503m, at the second set of traffic lights, turn right onto Wyatville Rd, go through one roundabout. At Ballybrack Village, turn right onto Shanganagh Rd. Continue on down this road for 450m and Nurney will be on your right-hand side.
Spoilt for choice, Killiney, Shankill and Bray beaches are all within easy access. You can walk to Bray when the tide is out apparently. Stop for a coffee at Fred and Nancy’s on Killiney beach after a swim!
Kilruddery House, Bray, will tempt those who love to escape for a great day out. Killiney Hill offers spectacular views, coffee, rock climbing, and a serious hike or leisurely walk for dogs and owners alike. Shanganagh Park is a stone’s throw away and is a well-kept secret while Kilbogget Park will bring you from Ballybrack to Deansgrange.
Sports facilities include, Shankill Tennis Club, Ballybrack Football Club, Killiney Golf Club, Dalkey / Bray Rowing club, Dalkey