Sherry Fitzgerald O'Reilly are delighted to welcome you to Sallins Lodge, an historic three storey residence. This unique period home, with gardens, outbuildings and stables, is located on a large site beside Sallins Village close to the banks of the Grand Canal.
Sallins Lodge is believed to have been built in its current format between 1780 and 1830, incorporating the Norman Sallins Castle which was built on the site in the mid-12th century after the Norman conquest of Ireland. Accommodation at Sallins Lodge is spacious, with five double bedrooms complementing the generous ground floor reception rooms and many further rooms below-stairs in the basement. The accommodation is boosted by the large stables with loft which would be ideal for conversion subject to planning permission.
It is presented for sale requiring modernisation but with all the elements required to create a magnificent residence.
Accommodation comprises briefly entrance hall, morning room, drawing room, kitchen. First Floor - five bedrooms (two en-suite), bathroom and dressing room. Basement - scullery, hallway, hotpress room, butlers room, laundry room, wc, oval room.
Entrance Hallway 8.81m x 1.41m. Up the original granite steps through front door with fanlight, all ground floor rooms lead off the hallway and stairs to the basement floor below and bedrooms above.
Morning Room 7m x 3.43m. A large reception room of dual aspect with original wooden floors, fireplace, wooden shutters and architraves.
Drawing Room 9.68m x 4m. This is a generously proportioned room with four windows, all with original wooden shutters and architraves on the sash windows. With oak floorboards, and period details such as coving and mouldings, this room features a marble fireplace with the butlers call bell alongside.
Kitchen 3.84m x 3.12m. This kitchen was originally part of the morning room, to which it can be easily restored. It includes built-in units, lino floor, PVC window and ceramic hob, cooker and fridge freezer.
Hallway 12.13m x 1.55m.
Bedroom 1 5.15m x 4.2m. This is a large double bedroom with two recessed windows with wooden shutters overlooking front drive. Original wood flooring currently carpeted. Cast iron and tile fireplace.
En-Suite 1.63m x 1.06m. With wc and whb.
Bedroom 2 5.15m x 4.2m. A generous proportioned bedroom to front with two windows with wooden shutters. Original wood flooring currently carpeted. Featuring cast iron and tile fireplace, built-in wardrobe and wash hand basin.
Bedroom 3 4.36m x 4.15m. A double bedroom overlooking the kitchen garden, the original floorboards are carpeted and includes cast iron fireplace with hearth.
En-Suite 2.35 x 1.07m. With wc, whb and electric shower.
Bedroom 4 4.4m x 3.85m. With cast iron fireplace and built-in wardrobe. Rear hallway 3.11 x 0.95 with storage presses. This part of the house was once the tower house of the original Norman Sallins Castle.
Bedroom 5 4.3m x 2.63m. With view of side garden.
Bathroom 3.06m x 2.1m. With bath, whb and wc.
Dressing Room 3.99m x 3.13m. With fireplace and door to stable loft.
Hallway 6.23 x 1.33m 6.23 x 1.33m and 3.78 x 1.44m. With flagstone floors and door to kitchen garden.
Scullery 7.83mx 3.93m. Dual aspect with original lattice metal window.
Butlers Room 4.14m x 3.92m. Dual aspect.
Hotpress Room 2.07m x 1.41m.
Laundry room 3.55m x 2.23m 3.55m x 2.23m and 2.56m x 2.52m. Wood-panelled room with Belfast sink.
WC 2.55m x 1.35m.
Oval Room 5.35m x 4.86m. This room is part of the original Norman Sallins Castle and features a round arched vaulted ceiling of 3.4m, with 1.2m thick walls.
Stables 13m x 6x36m. The stables consists of 5 walk-in stables with original mahogany doors and cobblestones. The two storey stables with stalls below and with loft above, are attached to the lodge. This would be ideal for conversion subject to planning permission. The grounds feature a walled kitchen garden and rear gardens with mature trees, shrubbery and outbuilding. The driveway and large frontage offer lots of space for parking
- Historic period property in an excellent location
- Original period fireplaces and features.
- Set on site of 0.75 of an acre approximately.
- Built between 1780 and 1830 incorporating 12th century castle.
- Large reception rooms.
- Oil fired central heating.
- Mains water.
- Within short walking distance of the Arrow rail link, Canal Greenway, Bars, restaurants, church, school, shops and GAA Club.
- Short drive to M7/N7 interchange.
In Sallins Village take the turn right in front of Flanagans Mill just after the bridge over the canal. Follow the road for 500m past the GAA pitch and take a left. The entrance to Sallins Lodge will be on your right.
Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Naas on 045 866466
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