7 Furness Manor, Johnstown, Naas, Co Kildare €845k
or two many years Furness Residence, a Georgian manor in the Johnstown spot of Naas, was the household of Patrick Guinness, a direct descendant of Arthur Guinness, inventor of Ireland’s famed stout. The 30-space property also served as ‘Castle Knox’ in the 1980s comedy drama sequence The Irish RM starring Peter Bowles, Niall Toibín and Bryan Murray.
In 2000, at the top of the Celtic Tiger, a gated improvement of 21 detached households called Furness Manor was built nearby. Spanning 3,466 sq ft and with a B3 BER, No7 has all the bells and whistles of a modern luxurious residence, not minimum in the again backyard, where leisure and relaxation are the buy of the working day.
Subsequent to a patio with climbing roses, wisteria and clematis is a protected barbecue place. Steps lead up to an astroturf lawn, helpful for stepping in and out of the six-human being incredibly hot tub cabin at the conclude of the backyard garden with out finding muddy ft. For those people who like to carp about these points, there is even an decorative fish pond loaded with… well, carp.
There’s also an out of doors area with a health and fitness center, two wood sheds (1 with electrical energy and a cell phone line) and a block-created garage.
Accessed via a gated cobblelock travel that can park up to 10 cars, the home has 5 bedrooms (a few ensuite) and a loved ones bathroom on the to start with flooring. The attic was converted to a 560 sq ft office with six Velux windows. At floor stage there’s a sitting down home, dwelling place, relatives room, kitchen, utility, visitor WC and sunroom foremost out to the patio.
It’s a five-minute generate to Naas, a city quite considerably on the commuter belt, remaining just an hour’s travel to Dublin town.
No7 Furness Manor is for sale at €845,000 with Sherry FitzGerald O’Reilly Naas (045) 866 466.