For Sale

Glandore Mews, Glandore Park,

Monkstown, Co. Dublin, A96 Y765
Asking price

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2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
126 sqm

Glandore Mews is a detached property that was constructed in approximately 1859 and would have originally formed part of the stables of Glandore House, built by William Vesey (brother of Lord De Vesci) on the grounds of Monkstown Castle. Designed by Deane & Woodward, Peter Pearson refers to the house and mews in his book Between the Mountains and the Sea as being built in a Venetian Gothic style with characteristic features including a steep pitched roof, tall stone chimney stacks, Gothic arches, and a cut stone façade.

Property details


  • Hall (4.70m x 2.00m )with handmade azure blue Zellige Moroccan tiled floor, large arched steel framed window overlooking the courtyard at the rear of the house and a custom designed raw steel modular spiral staircase leading upstairs
  • Lounge (4.50m x 3.80m )dual aspect space, with a rich antique American wide board pine flooring sourced from The Victorian Company , a large square fixed window overlooking the landscaped garden, arched steel framed Promar screen with double doors opening out to the courtyard, partially exposed granite walls, a large open fire with granite hearth and Heatmiser digital underfloor heating controls
  • Kitchen/Dining Room (5.50m x 4.50m )dual aspect space, with a polished concrete floor, large centre island with bespoke hammered copper top, storage space below, squared window overlooking the garden, a pair of Promar steel framed arched doors opening out to the courtyard, two windows overlooking the courtyard with salvage church pew sills, partially exposed granite walls, freestanding Liebherr fridge/freezer, Nexus Rangemaster 90 Dual Fuel Range, Siemens dishwasher, deVol Belfast style sink with crackle glaze, Neolith countertop, two suspended In The Tube ceiling lights and vintage pendant from Skinflint.
  • Bull Barn (5.50m x 2.40m )with polished concrete floor, partially exposed granite walls, Promar arched steel framed double doors opening out to the courtyard, cloaks hotpress with timber doors with decorative pierced detailing housing the Gloworm combi boiler (Gloworm Energy 30C model), vintage pendant from Skinflint, Siemens washing machine and tumble dryer, Velux skylight, and door through to
  • Shower Room with handmade concrete floor tiles in a pale pink herringbone, partially tiled walls, shower with monsoon head over, black heated towel rail, w.c., Alape steel bucket sink, electric skylight above
  • Courtyard (11.00m x 3.00m )with honed granite paving, raised beds, high walls and bamboo fencing surrounding it making it very private and benefits from a sunny west facing orientation

The neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Tennis club
Football club
Hockey club
Public Transport
Monkstown castle
Seapoint Beach

Ideally situated between Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire, Monkstown is a picturesque coastal village with a wide variety of restaurants and shops. This popular South Dublin village is famous for its seafront walks, boutique shops and easy access into Dublin city centre.

Residents of Monkstown enjoy a wide range of excellent restaurants, bars, specialty shops and cafes, all located within minutes on Monkstown Crescent.

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