Note the cover for the gates so no one can look in:
Christina Gallagher having waited for the upturn in the economy and added further houses to her portfolio is about to sell a house that no one knows who the owner is? Is it the former supporter John Rooney from Steubenville, Ohio in the USA? There had been a House of Prayer there. Is it in the name of of the House of Prayer, Achill? Or is in the name of Jim Lynn from Greystones? Well it started out under Conville Enterprises in 2003, then when it was purchased for Christina in 2006 it was in the name of John Rooney-Folio number 157911 F. Now here’s the problem, John who was involved with the House of Prayer in Ohio has now departed the scene. Question is how did the HofP manage to get John to sign over the title to James Lynn on March 14, 2014?
Considering he was totally disillusioned with Christina how did they manage that? As they say there are more questions than answers. It also explains the role of Jim Lynn and his abusive attempts to divert this blog.He is in charge of a serious amount of cash.
Here is the house now for sale: Generally it is assumed it will go for around €2.4-7 million
Now this property was bought to help Christina hide from herself in the five bedrooms. She was a devil for changing things. Putting in new sculptures and going up to Wilson’s in Hillsborough for new salvage.
She loved this house while it could be kept a secret and then she had Fr McGinnity on Liveline explaining the unexplainable. We will republish these recordings. However, once she was found there she had to move. First she tried England and then after another house near Ballina she has a new one at City West.
I spy with my little eye something beginning with M….. Mary…. NO
This magnificent neo-Georgian property offers the highest standards of family accommodation in a very popular North Dublin suburb. Just a mile and a half from Malahide and a ten minute drive from Dublin Airport this property offers complete privacy on an exclusive estate of custom designed properties. Accommodation includes five bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, three fine reception rooms and an entire floor waiting to be utilised and provides more than 7,000 sq.ft. of living space. There is also a triple garage incorporating a small apartment. All this is located on an ca. 1.4 acre site that has been beautifully landscaped to provide formal gardens that perfectly match the house.
Viewings offered on provision of proof of identity and access to funds.
An individually architect designed neo-Georgian family residence in the very popular North Dublin suburb of Malahide.
Excellent communications with a DART station within walking distance and a short drive to Dublin Airport.
Total living space of almost 8,000 sq.ft.
Three magnificent reception rooms featuring top quality carpets, marble fireplaces, ceiling coving and ceiling roses around lights.
Five first floor bedrooms all with large ensuite shower/bathrooms.
The second floor has been finished and divided into four large rooms plus a very large landing that could be used for additional accommodation as required.
First class window treatments to every room.
High quality light fittings to all rooms including ceiling roses.
Lawned front garden with paved drive leading to house and triple garage to side with integral apartment.
Spectacular rear gardens featuring extensive landscaping and a wide variety of garden features
Iron railing, trees and dense hedging provide complete privacy on all sides.
Gas-fired central heating and double-glazing throughout.
The rear of the house has a glass walkway across the first floor with a large first floor balcony off the master bedroom and a full width balcony on the second floor
The property is in excellent condition throughout and has been fully maintained both internally and externally.
Including all light fittings, curtains, appliances and fittings with some furniture available separately.
BER No. 105719363
Energy Performance Indicator: 170 kWh/m²/yr
The front entrance is covered with an imposing paved portico supported by two large Doric columns.
RECEPTION HALL: 8.60m x 3.64m
The solid timber front door opens onto a spectacular reception area under a cathedral ceiling with
suspended light fitting. White painted wainscoting and polished porcelain tiles contribute to the light and feel of open space. A timber staircase leads to the upper floor and a minstrel’s gallery.
SITTING ROOM: 8.86m x 4.85m
Leading off the entrance hall is a splendid sitting room with carpeted floors, marble fireplace with
solid fuel stove and two large light fittings.
LIVING ROOM: 7.16m x 5.26m
A second magnificent reception room with double glass doors to the rear garden, carpeted floor, marble
fireplace with electric fire, coving, ceiling rose and central light fitting.
DINING ROOM: 5.50m x 5.25m
A fine formal dining room adjacent to the kitchen. Decorated in traditional style with dark wallpaper,
polished dark oak floors, simple marble fireplace with gas fire and decorative light fitting.
STUDY: 4.30m x 2.25m
A fine room in between reception rooms ideal as an office or ground floor playroom.
KITCHEN: 6.55m x 5.25m
A very large and well equipped kitchen. An excellent range of cream built-in units and porcelain tiled floor give a light and open appearance with double doors leading to the rear garden. Modern appliances, marble topped island breakfast bar and walk-in larder.
UTILITY: 2.97m x 1.73m
Fitted cupboards, sink, washing machine and drier.
BEDROOM 1: 4.97m x 3.40m
A fine double bedroom with fitted oak wardrobes and vanity unit. Large window with curtains and blinds.
Carpeted floor, coving and ceiling rose.
ENSUITE: 2.75m x 2.55m
White WC, wash basin and shower cubicle. Window to front, tiled floor-to-ceiling and tiled floor.
BEDROOM NO. 2: 5.26m x 3.74m
Double bedroom with fitted oak wardrobes and a window to the side. Carpeted floor.
ENSUITE: 2.77m x 2.55m
White W.C., wash basin, whirlpool bath and shower cubicle. Tiled walls and floor, window and curtains.
BEDROOM NO. 3: 5.39m x 5.26m
Double bedroom with painted walls, three windows and an attractive window seat. Fitted wardrobes and
carpeted floor. Door opens to rear walkway.
ENSUITE: 3.43m x 2.21m
White W.C., wash basin and shower cubicle. Tiled floor-to-ceiling and tiled floor.
BEDROOM NO. 4: 4.93m x 3.47m
Double bedroom with fitted oak wardrobes, windows with curtains and blinds and carpeted floor.
ENSUITE: 3.86m x 2.01m
White W.C., wash basin, whirlpool bath and large shower cubicle. Tiled walls and floor.
BEDROOM 5 (MASTER): 8.25m x 5.26m
A magnificent, very spacious master bedroom with two sets of French doors opening on to a balustraded
balcony overlooking the rear gardens and a door opening onto the walkway. Walk-in wardrobe, polished walnut floors and full window treatments.
ENSUITE: 3.77m x 2.84m
Very large bathroom with WC, double wash basin, corner whirlpool bath and sit-in spray shower cubicle.
Tiled floor-to-ceiling and chequerboard tiled floor. Range of fitted cupboards and large front-facing window.
A doorway on the first floor opens to a carpeted staircase that leads to the second floor. This is a great space that has been well finished with painted walls, and carpeted floors but not yet utilised. At the top of the stairs is a vast landing area with two rooms to each side that could be further bedrooms or workrooms. Doors from two of the rooms open to the second floor balcony.
The residence occupies a very generous ca. 1.4 acre site and has been beautifully landscaped throughout. At the front entrance solid electric gates open to a long drive lined with mature cypress trees that leads up to the house. A feature fountain is to the left and a triple garage with integral apartment to the right. The drive surrounds a central walled island outside the portico entrance. The grounds are lawned and bordered with trees and shrubs.
To the rear is a magnificent landscaped garden with a patio area and lawns full of garden features including fountains, flowerbeds, sculptures, bowers, dovecotes and a gazebo, all surrounded by cypress trees.
At the rear the formal paths become winding paved paths that lead through wooded areas up to the boundary metal fences.
These beautiful gardens in a location so near to the capital are a major feature of this property and they have been maintained in pristine condition.
Leave Malahide village on the Dublin Road heading towards the DART rail station. Pass the station and then the Cricket Club and Malahide Castle and take the main road turning right marked Swords. The property access is a few hundred yards down this road.
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