Presented in wonderful condition and boasting 109 acres of prime agricultural lands. Positioned in a peaceful country setting yet within 25 minutes of Dublin Airport and 40 minutes of Dublin City.
Further Information Mount Hanover House dates back to the Battle of the Boyne era when building commenced in 1690 and it is believed was probably completed in 1710.
It was the home to the Mathews family for over 150 years until the mid-1980's when the current owners purchased the property.
They immediately set about a restoration project, investing considerable time and expenditure meticulously restoring the house to its former glory.
Their efforts went far beyond the residence and the house is now surrounded by wonderful formal gardens, while the lands also benefited from drainage and continued maintenance.
Today they present as top quality agricultural lands suitable for any farming enterprise, including stud farming.
Presented in excellent condition the house makes a superb family home, conveniently laid out and although it impresses by its grandeur, it very much feels like a home.
The rooms are bright, well-proportioned and are a showcase of early Georgian architecture.
Throughout the house there are exquisite features, such as ornate cornicing and decorative ceiling plaster work, grand antique marble chimney pieces, Doric columns in the hall, sash windows with shutters, large bay windows throwing light into the rooms.
A major feature of the house is the wonderful views with many different aspects such as the rolling fertile farmland, Bellewstown Hill, the gardens and woodland.
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