Picture No. 20
3,767 sq ft(349.97 sq m)
Guide price €1,200,000

Wingfield House, Dunbur LowerWicklow Town, Co. Wicklow, A67R2R3

    Key features

    • Beautifully re-designed Period home
    • Panoramic views over the Irish Sea and Wicklow Countryside
    • In all on c.4.42 hectares (10.92 acres)
    • 5 en-suite bedrooms
    • Spacious, modern living accommodation

    Beautifully re-designed Period home on about 4.42 hectares / 10.9 acres with magnificent views.

    About this property

    • Wingfield House has some of the most spectacular views in Ireland. It is positioned overlooking the sea, where the view stretches from Howth to Arklow. This is an architecturally designed house, an adaptation of an original farmhouse which was extended and refurbished to simultaneously take advantage of the private, secluded location, and to capture the breath-taking scenic views.

      It was designed by Padraig Smith Partnership Architects, and every detail was thought of in this property in its design and layout. Wingfield is entered through wrought iron electric gates, leading to a private avenue which passes through the land on both sides, and leads to the house in its spectacular setting.

      The light-filled property is nestled away, sheltered by mature trees and surrounded by lawns and gardens.

      Accommodation (Please refer to floorplans for measurements)

      Ground floor

      Hall/Dining Room with black marble open grate fireplace, cornice and working shutters on windows, with warm oak wood flooring throughout. Dining room connects fluidly with sitting room and kitchen, providing plenty of space to entertain family and friends. Sitting room with white marble open grate fireplace, French doors leading to garden, cornice, radiators with covers, lamps connected to light switch. Connecting hall joins original farmhouse with modern extension, bright and open space enhancing flow through the entire house, and offering sunrise views over lighthouse and south-east coastline. Guest WC with timber panelling, WC and fitted vanity unit.

      Kitchen/dining/living area with French doors on to three balconies taking in the southern, eastern, and northern aspects, respectively. William Cox skylights adding even more light to the living room area, wood burning stove with boiler which is complementary to and compatible with the Geotherm and underfloor heating system. Kitchen has bespoke kitchen units with granite counter tops, central island, two sinks, tiled back splash and floor, all centred around oil-fired Aga range.
      Utility with built in units with sink leading to decking area through Dutch door (half door). Living Room with two French doors leading on to two separate balconies. Sandstone fireplace with wood burning stove, built in shelves.

      First Floor

      Stairs leading to First Floor with arched window on half landing. Landing with internal balconies over the hall, with spectacular sea views. Airing cupboard with access to attic storage.
      Bedroom 1 in original portion of farmhouse, built-in wardrobe, desk and shelving, coal-effect fire, dual-aspect windows, with views to east and west. Ensuite with shower, wash basin, WC and tiled walls and floor.

      Bedroom 2 in original portion of farmhouse, built-in wardrobe, desk and shelving, coal-effect fire, dual-aspect windows, with views to east and west. En-suite with shower, wash basin, WC and tiled walls and floor.

      Lower Ground Floor

      Stairs leading to lower ground floor. Hot-press / airing cupboard. Under stairs storage, with internal vacuum waste store. Laundry Room with door leading to decked area, shelves, sink, tiled and plumbed.

      Master Bedroom with two built in wardrobes, coal-effect fire. Full bathroom ensuite and interconnecting doors, with twin hand basins, WC, bidet, Jacuzzi bath and separate shower.
      Bedroom 4 with built-in wardrobe and shelves. Ensuite with shower, wash basin, WC and tiled walls and floor.
      Bedroom 5 bright room with French door on to patio and three windows, built in wardrobe and shelves. Ensuite with shower, wash basin, WC and tiled walls and floor.

      Gardens and Outhouses

      The gardens surrounding the house are laid out in lawn with mature trees, they are kept in their traditional style with stone piers. There are three stone outhouses with slate roofs and a greenhouse.

      The land on either side of drive to Wingfield House is laid out in pasture with natural boundary of stone and earthen banks with Whitethorn and Gorse.

      BER Details - BER B1 - BER No.102022845

    Local information

    • Location
    • Wingfield House is located just outside Wicklow Town to the South, overlooking the sea and Wicklow Lighthouse with the most spectacular views. Co. Wicklow, known as the Garden of Ireland, boasts unspoilt countryside with mountains, upland lakes, steep sided glacial valleys, forests, farmlands together with a rugged coastline and pristine beaches, and within a short drive to the blue flag beach at Brittas Bay.
    • Wingfield is located within 3 km of Wicklow Town, a bustling harbour town a mere 38km from Dublin City Centre and 62km from Dublin Airport. Ample boutique restaurants and entertainment amenities are on offer between Wicklow and Dublin, including in southern Dublin suburbs (Bray, Dundrum, Dún Laoghaire, Blackrock) all within less than half an hour's drive. Wingfield House has access to the M11 motorway (3 km away), which connects directly to Dublin City (38km) and south towards Rosslare Port (109 km).
    • The Garden of Ireland shows off Ireland's natural beauty at its best, much of which is on Wingfield House's doorstep. From rustic forest, mountain or coastal trails and cycle routes to stately homes with manicured gardens open to the public, there is something for everyone's taste. Golfing enthusiasts will find a number of championship golf courses within a short drive, including Druids Glen, The European Golf Club, Powerscourt, and Blainroe Golf Club.
    • The beaches, harbour, and inland waterways along the east coast offer a wide variety of fishing, boating, swimming, surfing and sailing activities - all within easy reach. Equestrian enthusiasts are also very well catered for with numerous show jumping, polo, and cross-country stables nearby, and larger events throughout the year, including the local Wicklow and Bray Hunts which meet weekly during the season.

    Additional information

    • Services
    • Mains electricity and sewerage, underfloor heating, geo-thermal heating system, wood burning stove incorporating back boiler. oil fired Aga cooker, well water with access to town mains, internal vacuum, wi-fi internet and phone system.
    • Closing Date
    • A closing date for best offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are asked to register their interest with the selling agents following inspection. The sellers reserve the right to exchange a Contract for the sale of any part of the subjects of sale ahead of a notified closing date and will not be obliged to accept the highest or any offer.
    • Financial Guarantee
    • All offers (regardless of the country of residence of the offering party) must be accompanied by a guarantee or suitable form of reference from a bank, which gives the sellers satisfaction that the purchaser has access to the funds required to complete the purchase at the offered price.
    • All fixtures and fittings
    • All items including furniture, light fittings, blinds, curtains and garden statuary are expressly excluded but are available through separate negotiation.
    • Eircode
    • A67 R2R3
    • Viewing
    • Strictly by appointment through Savills.
    • Directions: Directions From the M11 turn off at Exit 17, The Beehive, follow the signs for Wicklow. Travel for 3.4km and turn right. Travel for 1.9km turn right before the Convent, sign posted Greenhills Road. Travel for 1.5km the property is on the left with black electric gates.