Roundhill Haven is located on a quiet lane at the top of the only remaining part of the historic Dublin-Wexford coach road.
This park, which comprises of over 54,000 acres, is essentially the back garden. There are beautiful walkways which are accessed on foot from the house, which is a 10-15 minute drive from the world-renowned Glendalough and, in the other direction, the quiet and little-known woodland of Clara Vale forest and Avonmore River. Dublin City is within an hour’s drive away.The main house, extending to approx. 421m2/ 4530sq.ft.with seven bedrooms and five bathrooms, features a bright and enormously spacious reception room (The Great Hall) with a mezzanine in the lofted atrium roof and French doors opening to an al-fresco terrace. There is a wheelchair ramp leading from The Great Hall to the gardens. The kitchen adjoins the large reception room. On the opposite side is the central living area which is surrounded by a wraparound light-filled conservatory.
In the main house are three large bedrooms with the master bedroom and bathroom occupying the whole of the upper floor so as to take full advantage of the stunning views.
There is a large wing which is a 4 bed self-contained unit with its own living room and open-plan kitchen/dining area. This configuration could be ideal for a B&B/AirBnBwhere one section could be used for the family and the other for guests.
The gardens have been lovingly landscaped on different levels in sympathy with the surrounding countryside. Various viewing platforms and decks have been designed to take in the breathtaking views. The gardens can be floodlit at night. Roundhill Haven has attracted visitors who take inspiration from this creative space – such as writers, artists and those who enjoy a holistic life-style.
Glazed Entrance Hall Approx. 20.41 x 2.40m
An impressive wrap-around entrance hall flooded with natural light from skylights and large windows. Panoramic views. Hardwood front door with stable style opening. Marble floors.
Living room Approx. 5.60 x 3.70m
Double doors to entrance hall. Merbau polished wood floor. Wall mounted gas fire. Wooden ceiling beams. A really cosy space well insulated from outdoors by the wrap-around entrance hall.
Kitchen/Dining Room Approx. 6.34 x 3.31m
Beech fitted units and counter tops. Farm style 4 door cooker and double gas hob, double Belfast sink, double dishwasher, larder, oak floors, door and serving hatch to Great Hall.
Utility/Pantry Approx. 2.66 x 2.17m
with built-in units and sink. Plumbed for washer/dryer.
Bedroom 1 Approx. 5.67 x 3.58m
Bedroom 2 Approx. 4.82 x 3.58m
Large walk-in wardrobe
Downstairs Shower Room Approx. 2.56 x 1.12m
WC, WHB, shower, tiled floor, window.
Upstairs Master Suite Approx. 7.85 x 5.63m
Large bedroom with walk-in wardrobe, outstanding dual-aspect views, next to which is an airing cupboard, and a bathroom complete with Jacuzzi bath, bespoke WHB, WC and tiled floor.
Great Hall Approx. 9.75 x 8.71m
A unique and beautiful space with outstanding light from seven windows (3 of which are arched), a glass atrium with exposed roof beams in the double height roof and French doors leading to the al-fresco dining terrace. High quality Merbau polished wood floor. Underfloor heating. Large granite fireplace with black slate hearth and wood burning stove. Ornate doors to kitchen and to annexe.
Mezzanine Approx. 8.57 x 3.24m
Accessed by a stone Blanc de Bierge spiral staircase in the corner of the hall. Windows with countryside views.
Annexe (Bluebird Corner)
BER C3 102000999 205.84 kWh/m2yr
Living Room Approx. 5.41 x 5.18m
Wood burning stove. Oak floorboards. Glazed door to gardens.
Kitchen/Dining Room Approx. 5.66 x 3.34m
Fully equipped kitchen. French doors to the gardens. Floorboards. Recessed lighting.
Bedroom 1 Approx. 4.62 x 2.47
Dual aspect windows. Wood flooring.
Bedroom 2 Approx. 3.04 x 2.42
Dual aspect windows. Wood flooring.
Wetroom Approx. 2.46 x 1.98
- WHB. Walk-in shower. Adapted for people with disabilities.
On the half-landing.Double bathroom Approx. 3.65 x 2.58
Two shower cubicles. Two WC cubicles. WHB.
Upstairs.Two large interconnecting bedrooms Approx. 6.99 x 5.51m
Large windows with expansive views. Large wardrobe spaces.
- WHB. Window.
Guest Cottage 1 – Hilltop Cottage 58m2(to the right of main entrance)
BER E1 102001203 321.55 kWh/m2yr
Spacious open-plan kitchen/dining/living room with wood burning stove. Two bedrooms, a shower room, separate toilet with basin, and airing press.
Guest Cottage 2 – Blue Heaven Cottage 72m2(separate driveway access)
BER G 102001054 477.7 kWh/m2yr
Sitting room with wood burning stove, fully fitted kitchen. Bedroom and bathroom at mezzanine level.
Garden and Grounds
Inside the wooden electric entrance gates lies a riding arena and forecourt with parking for a large number of cars. Beyond, the gardens have been structurally landscaped and sympathetically planned with an abundance of unusual trees, specimen plants and shrubs. The spectacular panoramic views encompass the valleys and mountains all the way from the Wicklow Mountains National Park to the sea near Wicklow Town. There is a circular cobbled stage area, rockeries, shrubberies, lawn, orchard and herbaceous borders, with numerous decking and patio areas including an enchanting sunken seated barbeque area – all designed to enjoy the spectacular views. There is also a good sized greenhouse and a large shed. The rest of the lands comprise of 2 acres of grass paddocks with perimeter deer fencing.
- Outdoor courtyard containing 7 open-roof stables.
- Indoor stable barn, containing 5 more stables, tack and feed room, laundry with water and electricity.
- 3 bay barn/workshop with concrete floors and walls, mezzanine, double doors.
- Hen house with run.
- Separate driveway access to yard.
In all houses, double-glazed windows, wood burning stoves, OFCH with separate boilers for each unit, septic tank, well water, phone line, 1 ESB meter (separate counters for each unit). High-speed broadband available. Adapted for wheelchair users. Fire alarms. Under-floor heating in Great Hall.
Main house – 421m2
Guest Cottage 1 – 58m2
Guest Cottage 2 – 72m2
Total – 551m2
Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland and is renowned for its picturesque countryside with woodlands, lakes and rivers. The Clara Valley is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful areas. The countryside is unspoilt, perfect for walkers and nature lovers and is a haven for wildlife. It is an ideal location for outdoor sports enthusiasts with beautiful landscapes, sandy beaches and world-class golf clubs.
The nearby villages of Roundwood, Laragh and Glendalough have interesting pubs, cafes, restaurants and hotels, as well as convenience stores. The renowned Glendalough World Heritage site is an area of outstanding natural beauty and spirituality; it features a 6thcentury lakeside monastery founded by St Kevin set in a deep mountain valley.
Roundwood 8km, Laragh 9km, Rathdrum Train Station 11km, Dublin City Centre 50km, Dublin Airport 70km