elegant victorian: monkstown house with a psychic connection
Except imperialism and breeding.
They like to travel by train to the seaside, where they will walk in fashion along the promenade, applaud the brass band, and laugh happily when Punch murders Judy and the children.
They love science, especially natural history. they love mystery.
Hypnotism, telepathy, and ghosts.
The De Vesci Terrace in Co. Monkstown, Dublin is a trajectory in these three pursuits, especially after the railway arrived at Monkstown in 1837, turning the community into a suburb of Dublin and a stylish bath place.
A man named Guy brabasong Pilkington lives on the 3 th of the Vichy Terrace until his death on 1931, aged 64.
Guy seems to be a decent, modest and successful guy: He\'s a lawyer and family member and a keen tennis player (
He was beaten in the final of 1894 British Cap Championship by Harold Segerson marghoni, who won the Wimbledon Open).
Guy is also a member of the psychological research association.
However, this does not mean that he is barking.
The society that still exists today was founded in 1882 to investigate the reported supernatural phenomena in a scientific way.
One of the founders of the association is Guy\'s neighbor who lives on the 6 th.
There are statues of Castor and polllux on the railing of the house.
He is a well-known professor William Fletcher Barrett, and at a time when experimental physics is neither profitable nor fashionable, he is both an experimental physicist and an enthusiastic student of supernatural phenomena.
Maybe Guy joined the psychological research association after repeated persuasion.
The meal game with Barrett\'s whist, is what neighbors convince.
Probably not because he thinks his house is haunted.
In any case, Guy\'s former home is now listed in a more pragmatic era at a price of 2 euros. 95m.
The 3 was built in the 1830 s and the last sale was in 2004 when it was priced at more than 2 euros.
2 million after exiting the auction
It has been completely renovated since then and there are three
A layer is added to the back to increase its size to 4,069 square feet.
It is also equipped with a 1,076 square foot twostorey mews.
There are three reception rooms on the first floor with a ceiling of 12 feet.
On the left is the restaurant, about 16 feet by 24 feet, where people in the Victorian era eat lamb.
It has an original fireplace and an oriel bay window overlooking the garden in front.
On the left is the living room, the huist night scene, and the conversation about the supernatural phenomenon of ruby port sniper, and there is a window in front of ruby port.
The double door leads from the living room to the morning room behind, facing the east, where you should probably handle your letter with a note.
There is also a home office on the return trip, in the expansion section, which is modern-
The reporter will pay attention to their email.
In the \"Garden floor\", or in the days that used to be considered a servant did not need much daylight, called the basement, is a large kitchen, 13 feet by 24.
Fully equipped with steam oven, heating drawer, refrigerator freezer and ceiling speaker
Compared with the pink days, there has been a big change.
Rossi, who was cheeky under the stairs, beheaded the chicken.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a breakfast room with a floorto-
Ceiling glass door in back garden.
Between them, the kitchen and breakfast room span the entire depth of the house.
And a walk-
There is a grocery room and storage room in the kitchen.
On the lower floor is a family room with a solid fuel stove and double doors to the garden, as well as an en-
Suite shower room on this floor.
The other four bedrooms are on the top floor.
The master bedroom has a lovely view of Dublin Bay with adjoining dressing rooms. Its en-
Suite bathroom at a height of 14 feet out of 8, deep
There is a central bathroom with a waterfall faucet and a separate power shower.
There\'s a wall for privacy. to-
Wall windows with automatic blinds.
Opposite the back garden is mews, which can also be accessed from the driveway at the back.
Its accommodation includes a garage, an en-
Suite bedroom, utility room and shower on the first floor.
It\'s an open one.
Plan the kitchen and living room.
The entire upper level is 35 feet by 13 feet by 6, illuminated by eight skylights.
From the terrace to the opposite side of the road is the devise garden, all residents have keys.
It\'s made of four-and-a-
Half-acre park, no doubt a scene of countless Victorian garden parties, as well as a tennis court, which could be the place where Guy brabason Pilkington practiced.
Less than 10 minutes walk if you want to feel the Victorian style.
As in the past, the study of mystery practice is optional --
At least as long as there are no mandatory neighbors on the road.
The agent for the sale of the 3 Th De Vesci terrace is Shirley fertard Dun Lauger (01 284 4422)
The asking price is 2,950,000 euros.