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27 May 2022

Plans to renovate protected Georgian period in Kildare

Plans to renovate protected Georgian period in Kildare

Plans have been revealed to refurbish an elegant Georgian era country house which is a protected structure near Maynooth.

Documents have been lodged with Kildare County Council for the proposed extension and renovation of Toolestown House off the Straffan Road.

Built in 1760, it is a classic Irish country Georgian House approached via an avenue lined with cherry blossoms. It sold for nearly €1m in 2017.

The three storey listed residence is clad in Virginia creeper ivy and overlooks a number of paddocks.

It is being proposed is that non-original extension to the house is demolished and will be replaced with a two-storey building comprising a bootroom, new kitchen, dining room and living room with master bedroom, dressing room and ensuite.

A family bathroom overhead will link to the main house via a rear access stairs. Also in the designs is a swimming pool and a changing room.

The pool building will extend eastwards into the existing walled garden.

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