House of the week: Game, set and match to this five-bed family home
The redesigned Loiste Chroi, nestled in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, boasts 210 square metres of living space, with beautiful lake views from most of its rooms, and a private tennis court to boot
How often does a commodious family home that boasts stunning lake views and a private tennis court come on the market?
Nestling into the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains, Loiste Chroi sits on an elevated, westerly-facing site of 1.8 acres with expansive views over Blessington Lakes and the surrounding countryside.
The single-storey dwelling was dramatically extended and fully renovated in 2012. The major rethink included the installation of underfloor heating via a geothermal heat pump with...
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