Jackson’s Turret, Clancy Strand
Jackson’s Turret, Clancy Strand
Hickey O'Donoghue are delighted to bring to the market this magnificent detached multiple bay two storey house built in c.1760 with spectacular river views. This property is full of the character and charm one associates with a property of this era. Jackson's Turret was designed by the French Architect Ducart who also designed The Custom House accross the river (now the Hunt Museum). The First Floor Turret room was used as a lookout up and down the river to ensure all river traffic paid their taxes at the custom house. The dining room on the ground floor was formally the boat room and was used to store longboats when not being launched into the river. The property was later converted in c.1920 to a splendid family house, and it undoubtedly constitutes significantly to the architectural heritage of the city, adding to the distinctly varied house and building types on Clancy Strand.
This property oozes charm from it's three sided bow-end bay windows framing the river views, to it's steeply pitched hipped slate roof, limestone cills, cast iron rainwater goods, original windows with cylinder and crown glass surviving throughout and decorative slender canopies with painted rendered walls.
The property sits on a 0.23 acre site with original high rubble stone wall to front offering complete privacy and also benefits from electronic vehicular gate with separate pedestrian access onto Clancy Strand. The property sits on an elevated perch and it's gravel driveway descends down onto Clancy Strand.
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Gravel Driveway
- Mature Shrubs
- Timber windows
- Original slate roof with cast iron gutters and downpipes
Porched Entrance Hall
Original Tiled Floor
Hallway - 2.02m (6'8") x 1.08m (3'7")
Walk in closet/ Home office, Built in units
Dining Room - 5.06m (16'7") x 4.06m (13'4")
Bow Window, Original slate fireplace, Coving, Picture rail
Kitchen - 4.07m (13'4") x 3m (9'10")
Fully fitted painted kitchen, Granite worktops, Belfast sink, Stanley oil fired stove, Integrated dishwasher, Tiled floor, Timber Panelled Ceiling
Utility - 3.06m (10'0") x 3m (9'10")
Fully fitted built in units, Plumbed for washing machine/dryer, Tiled floor, Hot press - Dual immersion
Family Room - 5.05m (16'7") x 4m (13'1")
Stone/Brick Fireplace, Solid fuel stove, Door to hallway
Bedroom 4 - 4.08m (13'5") x 2.08m (6'10")
Original stairs to first floor
Sitting Room - 7.04m (23'1") x 5m (16'5")
(2.9m Ceiling height) Large 4 window bay with spectacular views of the river, King John`s Castle, Curragower Falls and the city centre, Feature marble fireplace (original), Solid fuel stove, Pitch pine flooring, Picture rail, Coving, Ornate decorative plastering/moulding.
Bedroom 1 - 5.05m (16'7") x 3.09m (10'2")
Antique metal fireplace with tiled insert/ timber surround, Spectacular views over river, Pitch pine flooring.
Electric Shower, WC, WHB, Fully tiled.
Bedroom 2 - 3.05m (10'0") x 2.07m (6'9")
Bathroom - 3.07m (10'1") x 1.08m (3'7")
Walk in corner entry shower, WC, WHB, Fully tiled.
Bedroom 3 - 4.08m (13'5") x 4.05m (13'3")
Double Room, Built in wardrobe, Laminate flooring, Window with spectacular river view, Panelled ceiling.
Stone Mews - 4.09m (13'5") x 3.02m (9'11")
Stira stairs to 1st Floor Storage
Stone/ Bricked Rear Hall - 4.08m (13'5") x 3.06m (10'0")
Walled Rear Courtyard/ BBQ Area, Outside Tap
Walled in Secret Garden - 7m (23'0") x 15m (49'3")
Outside Stone Walled/ Stone Paved Courtyard - 8.09m (26'7") x 4.08m (13'5")
Wrought iron gates to driveway, Original stone wall off street with electric vehicular gate and separate pedestrian access.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.