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Live it up in this €4.5m mansion with your own bar, cinema and dancefloor

How about your own home cinema and dance floor?

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SITTING ON TWO acres just outside the Wicklow village of Delgany, Castlefield House is a modern build, no doubt, heavily influenced by the historic piles dotted across the UK and Ireland.

Built in 2005, this six-bed, six-bath family home doesn’t hold back on every single luxury you might expect from a home that spans almost 10,000 sq ft.

And it would want to for the €4.5 million price tag. 

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The driveway is in good nick, setting the precursor to what lies ahead. Wrought iron gates flanked by two pristine pillars contrast against the manicured shrubbery and trimmed lawns that lead up to this impressive home.

Once inside, the hall leads to a drawing room that’s filled with light thanks to high ceilings and large windows. An Italian cut limestone fireplace and light fixture make ideal focal points.

Wooden floors and a bay window with double doors opening on to the terrace overlooking the gardens proves that this home doesn’t do things by halves.

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There are two dining rooms to choose from when it comes to family meals. Between them, they boast central chandeliers, grand fireplaces, pristine tile and wooden floors and bay windows that let you take in the private acreage that surrounds the house.

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Beside one of the dining rooms is the fully fitted kitchen with stainless steel work units, and plenty of storage. There are excellent sea views from the kitchen and doors open out onto the cobbled courtyard, if entertaining al fresco is on the cards. Adjacent to the kitchen is a large utility room, too.

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And, while Castlefield House may be a family home, it knows how to party. Also on the ground floor there’s a cinema room with a pretty luxuriously finished bar – and a dance floor.

Sound proofed and complete with tiered seating, a drop down projector and screen as well as automatic blinds and curtains, date nights and birthday parties almost plan themselves. There’d be no shortage of RSVPS, anyway.

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Wander up the stairs and the luxury continues. The first floor is has six bedrooms. Of course, the master suite has double doors that lead to a balcony overlooking the gardens.

But the bathroom might be the star of the show – it’s marble covered and home to a Roman style bath with a built-in TV at its foot. A separate shower and steam room complete the fit-out. 

Every bedroom has an en suite bathroom, however. Perhaps even more impressive, four of the bedrooms have walk-in wardrobes. Needless to say, space is no issue.

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The gardens encompassing Castlefield comprise of lawns, tended shrubs and clean gravelled pathways. A family of evergreen trees ensure privacy and shelter from the natural elements. 

Amongst the tress and shrubs there are some renovated outbuildings 

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For city commuters, the option of the park and ride at Greystones DART station will put minds at ease, while the N11 is a quick drive away, too. 

The town of Delgany with its wealth of facilities and amenities nearby, means Castlefield’s new homeowners will never be too far from the action.

However, from dance floors in cinema rooms to spacious dining rooms, we’re pretty convinced that most of the action will take place in their new home.

Castlefield House, Convent Road, Delgany, Co Wicklow is on the market for €4,500,000 through Knight Frank Rena O’Kelly via Daft.ie.

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