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185 Bushy Park House, Terenure, Dublin 6W, D6W R524

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76 sq.m.

BER No: 116919432
EPI: 202.21 kWh/m2/yr

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Casey Kennedy Estate Agents are proud to offer this 4th floor two double bed / two bath (yes it really has two actual bath tubs) apartment with balcony looking out past a peaceful courtyard fountain to the period Bushy Park manor house built circa 1700. This development was very well built to exceptionally high standards in 2003. It is lined on two sides by the verdant open spaces in Bushy Park. It is located across the road from Terenure College, and just a short walk from the boutique shops, supermarkets, restaurants and pubs in Terenure Village.

Viewings by appointment.

Part of an extensive open space network along the River Dodder, Bushy Park extends to 20.5 hectares (50.6) acres. The park originated in 1700 when Arthur Bushe of Dangan, Co Kilkenny, Secretary to the Revenue Commissioners, built the house known as ‘Bushes House’ on a site of 4 hectares. A John Hobson became owner in 1772 and changed the name to Bushy Park, possibly after the park in London of that name. Purchased by Abraham Wilkinson in 1791 who added almost 40 hectares to the estate, he gave it as a dowry to his daughter Maria when she married Robert Shaw in 1796. George Bernard Shaw was a distant relative, his grandfather being nephew of Sir Robert Shaw (1st Bart). The Shaws were connected with Bushy Park for the next 155 years until 1951 when they sold the estate to Dublin Corporation. In 1953, the Corporation sold 8 hectares to the Sisters of Religious Christian Education (for Our Lady’s School) but later re-acquired 2 acres of woodland in 1993. The park is noted for its woodland walks, ornamental ponds, and beautiful Dodder Walk as well as catering for football, tennis, boules, a children’s playground, and an artisan market every Saturday.

Bushy Park House is a very well managed development on approx. 7 acres off a tree lined avenue surrounded by beautifully landscaped courtyards and gardens. Adding to the verdant open setting, the majority of parking is underground, with just visitor spaces above ground. It was designed by architects O’Mahony Pike to an extremely high specification, including gas fired central heating, a feature fireplace, traditional coving and full height glazing in the main living rooms.

Early viewing highly recommended.


  • One secure underground parking space
  • High speed lift
  • Spacious 9 sq.m. balcony
  • Floor to ceiling glazing in main living area.
  • Master bedroom with ensuite and Juliet balcony
  • Beside Bushy Park with it`s pretty walks playground and weekly market
  • Frequent bus service on routes 15 49 65 65B
  • Kitchen appliances included
  • Service charge approx. €2100 per annum.


Hall - 3.03m (9'11") x 2.85m (9'4")
L-Shaped entrance hall. New carpet. Spacious hot press. Intercom. Coving. Light fitting.

Living / Dining room - 6.04m (19'10") x 4m (13'1")
The fireplace with a real-flame gas fire provides a focal point for this room. Glazed French doors in full height glazing, which is almost wall-to-wall, flood this space with natural light. These open to a generous balcony looking out towards the period Bushy Park House built circa 1700. Coving plasterwork add to the feeling of elegance. A small closet in one corner hold the boiler for the gas fired central heating. This room has recently been fitted with new carpet.Broadband connection point. Curtains and curtain rod.

Balcony - 4.51m (14'10") x 2m (6'7")
Generous balcony with the peaceful sound of the fountain in the courtyard below, added to which is a beautiful chorus of early morning bird song. Wooden decking. Glass balustrade.

Kitchen - 3.53m (11'7") x 1.84m (6'0")
Accessed by double doors off the dining area is a tidy fitted kitrchen wihich comes fully equipped with a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, sink with draining board, and an electric oven and hob with stainless steel hood, Tiled floor. Frosted glass display cabinet.

Bathroom - 2.43m (8'0") x 2.1m (6'11")
Tiled floor. Part-tiled walls. Heated towel rail. White bathroom suite with pedestal WHB, WC, Bathtub with wall mounted shower fitting and shower curtain. Extractor fan. Vanity mirror. Recessed lighting.

Master Bedroom - 6.29m (20'8") x 2.7m (8'10")
Spacious king sized bedroom with fitted wardrobes and double doors opening to a Juliet balcony. Door to ensuite. Carpet. Broadband connection point. Curtains and curtain rod.

Ensuite - 2.1m (6'11") x 1.7m (5'7")
Tiled floor. Part-tiled walls. Heated towel rail. White bathroom suite with floating WHB, WC, Bathtub with wall mounted shower fitting and shower curtain. Extractor fan. Vanity mirror and vanity shelf. Recessed lighting.

Bedroom 2 - 5.07m (16'8") x 2.63m (8'8")
A second generous sized double bedroom with plenty of space for a large bed a desk and the fitted wardrobe. Carpet. Window with curtains and curtain rod.



At the traffic lights at the junction of Templeogue Road and Fortfield Road turn onto the avenue leading to Bushy Park House (as shown in the second photo). If parking in a visitor parking space please be sure to register your car as directed on the signs. Apartment 185 is facing the fountain behind the original Manor House. Please ring apartment 185 from the front door intercom.

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