Annaghmore House is an elegant two storey residence approached by a long avenue. It sits on c. 10 acres which surrounds the house and is made up of gardens, mature woodland, a large walled garden and the courtyard to the rare of the house. The house dates back to c. 1835, with a wing to the rear which is most likely older. As you enter the house you are immediately surprised by the magnificent hall and grand staircase. The front block of the houses consists of many fine reception rooms and bedrooms rooms, all with decorative period features, high ceilings and windows with shutters. There are interesting pilaster works through out the front house and a very ornate staircase. To the rear of the main house there is a large courtyard, with is entered through an ashlar frontispiece, over which is a fine geometric bellcote of ashlar limestone.
Encompassing charm and character of the Georgian era with wonderful period features, the property is in superb condition on a mature elevated site overlooking its enchanting lake with stunning views across the park land to the sea. Georgestown house, built in early 1800 is a listed Georgian house of two stories over a raised basement and three bays, with a lower wing. There are segmental pediments over the lower windows and dentil cut granite cornice freeze to the front under the roof. The side of the house is weathered slate. This was the original seat of the Barron family. After that was home of the late lord William Beresford who gave the house its doorway with engaged Doric columns and a broken pediment which came from Ballycanvan House near Waterford. Lord William gave the house to his sister lady Patricia Miller. The current owners have lived and run a private thoroughbred stud farm for the past ten years. Georgestown is centrally located in the sunny south east 1 mile from the pretty village of Kill for daily needs and 2 minutes from the beach at Bunmahon. The thriving port city of Waterford is 11miles, with many bars, restaurants and chic boutiques. Waterford airport is a further 7 miles. There are numerous daily trains and buses to Dublin, other cities and the airport. Cork & Cork International Airport are under an hour away and are serviced by the new N25 motorway. The medieval historic and f
Bowelk House is a graciously proportioned home and remains true to its era. Lot 1- House on 3.59 ha (8.87 acres) - AMV EURO550,000. Lot 2 - Lands of 6.77 ha (16.73 acres) - AMV EURO150,000. Lot 3 - Derelict Mill on 0.81 ha (2 acres) with FPP for 3 apartments - AMV EURO50,000. Lot 4 - Derelict Cottage and forge on 0.71 ha (1.76 acres) -AMV EURO40,000. Lot 5 - The Entire (Bowelk House on 11.88 ha ( 29.63 acres) - AMV EURO790,000. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a comfortable un-spoilt period property which is located in pleasant quiet countryside, and yet within easy driving distance of Dublin and Belfast and good towns such as Monaghan. The reception rooms have a considerable feeling of warmth and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions and brightness. There are a total of four well proportioned bedrooms and two smaller bedrooms in the garden wing. Bowelk boast a superb walled garden which is directly accessed from the house. This garden has been well maintained over the years and there are walks through the box hedging and to one side of the garden there is a fruit orchard. The derelict Mill which is located on the North side of the Lands has FPP for 3 apartments and would suit conversion into a styllish single residence. Across the road there is a separate cottage and forge, which is an ideal site for a singel residence, subject to the necessary planning permissions. Located in the heart of the rolling hills of Monaghan, 3.8 km's from the small town of Ballybay. The large and principle town of the county is Monaghan which is 18 km's away. Dublin Airport 104 km, Belfast City 103 km Armagh 37km Enniskillen 62km.
Bowelk House is a graciously proportioned home and remains true to its era. Lot 1: House on 8.87 Acres AMV 550,000, Lot 2: 16.73 Acres, Lot 3 Derelict Mill (2 acre) FPP for 3 Apts, Lot 4: Cottage & Forge (1.76 acres) This is a rare opportunity to acquire a comfortable un-spoilt period property which is located in pleasant quiet countryside, and yet within easy driving distance of Dublin and Belfast and good towns such as Monaghan. The reception rooms have a considerable feeling of warmth and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions and brightness. There are a total of four well proportioned bedrooms and two smaller bedrooms in the garden wing. Bowelk boast a superb walled garden which is directly accessed from the house. This garden has been well maintained over the years and there are walks through the box hedging and to one side of the garden there is a fruit orchard. The derelict Mill which is located on the North side of the Lands has FPP for 3 apartments and would suit conversion into a styllish single residence. Across the road there is a separate cottage and forge, which is an ideal site for a singel residence, subject to the necessary planning permissions. Located in the heart of the rolling hills of Monaghan, 3.8 kms from the small town of Ballybay. The large and principle town of the county is Monaghan which is 18 kms away. Dublin Airport 104 km, Belfast City 103 km Armagh 37km Enniskillen 62km
Classical period brick house in 25 acres with views over the river. 5 bedrooms and substantial basement with superb bow fronted reception rooms. Walled garden, potting shed and stables, mature gardens with frontage of the River Barrow. The former home of the famous Duke of Wellington, Erindale stands well over the River Barrow. The new M9 motorway brings Dublin within the hour and the hosue in 25 acres has been in the same family for 25 years. The bow-fronted brick house on the sought-after Kilkenny Road near Carlows Institute of Technology has 511sq m (5,500sq ft) of elegant accommodation in a very private setting. A large entrance hallway, lit by an impressive fanlight, leads to spacious reception rooms with ornate plasterwork ceilings and Gothic-style windows. The kitchen has spiral stairway access down to a vast cellar which runs the length of the house. Upstairs, five double bedrooms (and a nursery) are decorated in the traditional country-house manner. Outside, four acres of gardens include stone patios, lawns, a secluded walled garden and a charming summerhouse originally designed as a gazebo overlooking the river. Carlow 2 miles M9 4 miles Kilkenny 19 miles Dublin 50 miles
Hollywood House is an important Neo classical house. It is a delightful small estate in the heart of the Garden of Ireland yet within easy commuting distance of Dublin. The main reception rooms, centred around the impressive double reception and stairs hall, are of graceful proportions and full of light from high sash windows. This is an important small estate ringed by mature woodland with the house approached via a long tree and Rhododendron lined avenue offering superb views over the surrounds countryside and hills. Hollywood is in Wicklow and Bray hunt country and bounds Coillte State Forestry, ideal for exercising and trekking. There are championship golf courses near by including Druids Glen,The European and Powerscourt and the golden beaches of the east coast and harbours from which to fish and sail are all within a 15 minute drive. Dublin on N11, after approx 25 miles take the Rathnew exit and in Rathnew take the Glenealy/Rathdrum Road. Go through Glenealy and the gates and lodge are on the right hand side.
Located close to the National Heritage and picturesque town of Youghal, and on the Eastern side of the River Blackwater Estuary. Muckridge House is a double-bow fronted, two storeys over basement residence which dates back to early 19th Century and has beautifully appointed accommodation throughout. The house is approached by a sweeping flight of stone steps to the front door which leads into a central entrance hall. Internally the rooms are arranged around the central entrance hall, with the staircase offset to the left at the rear of the hall. The rooms retain many original features such as fireplaces, decorative cornicing, timber panelled doors and shutters. The rooms take full advantage of the large Georgian windows and are both bright and extremely spacious rooms, with high ceilings throughout. Located close to the National Heritage and picturesque town of Youghal, commonly known as the center of the Irish Riviera, in the center of the Sunny South Coast of Ireland. From N25: At roundabout on bypass on Waterford side of Youghal, take exit for Youghal. Continue pass an Industrial Estate on left, after 100 yards property is on right hand side, (entrance between two walls). If you come to a second roundabout you have gone too far. Also property is located on the southern side of the Bla
Located at the shores of Clogher Lake the house is approached along an avenue lined with copper beeches, beeches and oaks and is surrounded by its own c 94 acres leading to the extensive lakeshore frontage. As the avenue sweeps off to the front of the house, catching the first glimpses of the lake, veering to the right is a back entrance to the courtyard and farm buildings. The residence makes a superb family home, which is well located, benefiting from being centrally set within its own lands and enjoying fine views over mature parkland down to the lake. The house is conveniently laid out and although it impresses by its grandeur it very much feels like a home. The rooms are bright, well proportioned and are a showcase of Georgian architecture. Throughout the house there are exquisite features, such as the corniced ceilings, the wood panelled recessed windows and the impressive antique fireplaces. Directions: from the bridge in Carrick-on-Shannon continue on the N4 Sligo Road for 4.6miles then take the left hand turn signposted for Croghan and there is a white lodge style house on the corner. Continue along this road and over the Railway Bridge and veer to the right. Continue for 2.6miles until you reach a T Junction (there is a sign on the T Junction for Ashford Croghan) take a right hand turn signed Ballyboy Farm. Continue for 0.5 miles and Moylurg is on the left hand side with blue c
Passing through the gates of The Mill House, brings you into a charming oasis of beautiful old buildings sitting amongst magnificent gardens, framed in a valley setting with the River Potters flowing by. The Mill House is a pretty family residence with accommodation laid out over two floors and comprises of a well proportioned entrance hall, a large open plan kitchen with dining and living area, a spacious drawing room and study together with four bedrooms (2 ensuite). The kitchen, drawing room and study open to a large terrace, an absolute suntrap where you can literally deep your toes in the river flowing by. The 3 storey mill is in good condition and is currently used as workshops with a gallery space on the top floor. Additionally there is also a Mill cottage which is currently in two self contained apartments, however it would make a fantastic 2 or 3 bedroom residence. Strolling through the gardens is truly a wonderful adventure where, while crossing a bridge over the river you will find yourself in an area created to represent a coastal garden, continuing along the different pathways over more bridge, passing stone waterfalls, small ponds and arrays of shrubbery. Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland, a name earned for its picturesque landscape, wonderful coastline, mountains and lakes. Nearest beach is Brittas Bay 7.6 km. Wicklow town is 7km, large shopping town of Arklow is 14 kms.
Dunlavin House is a three bay Georgian residence with spacious living accommodation over three levels on c.0.75acres. The building built in c.1840 is finished in render with block and start quoins. Dunlavin House is in excellent condition and has been refurbished to a very high standard in keeping with its traditional style. The property has many outstanding attributes encompassing all the charm of classical Georgian architecture and solid stone construction of a bygone era. The property on c.0.75acres is bounded to the front by black wrought iron railings. Entered through black wrought iron gates with a winding tarmac driveway, there is ample parking surrounded by lawned gardens. Flanked by mature trees, hedging and shrubbery affording seclusion, shelter and tranquillity, the property sits well in off the road enjoying privacy whilst benefiting from all the conveniences of village life. The location of Dunlavin House combines the best in terms of a charming setting on the Kildare/Wicklow border and the convenience of being within the attractive village of Dunlavin. Amenities include two primary schools, secondary school, Churches, shops, butcher, restaurant, hairdressers, florist, an AIB bank, post office, library and coffee shops. The house is within easy access of the bustling towns of Naas and Newbridge with shopping centres, trains, buses, cinemas, and a range of primary an
Gurthalough Estate lies on the shores of the famous Lough Derg, on the River Shannon, offers privacy, spectacular views, woodland walks, magnificent walled garden with guest cottage and extensive lake frontage with private harbour. Gurthalougha is one of the finest houes on Lough Derg and the present owners have invested considerable time and expenditure sensitively restoring the house. Their efforts went far beyond the residence; the estate has been brought back to its former glory. Today it is a haven for all wildlife which can be enjoyed from so many different aspects, whether boating on the lake, taking a leisurely stroll through one of the many woodland walks, peacefully sitting in the magnificent walled garden or enjoying lunch by the harbour. The house has an appealing combination of grand and more intimate reception rooms on a manageable scale. The rooms are bright, well proportioned and are a showcase of Victorian architecture. Throughout the house there are exquisite features. The pretty garden house which sits along the walls of the magnificent walled garden is now renovated presenting itself as a two bedroom guest house. Ballinderry 1.5 km Nenagh 25 km Shannon Airport 87 km Galway Airport 77 km Gurthalougha Estate is in a stunning position on the east side of Lough Derg. Commonly regarded as Ireland's Pleasure lake, Lough Derg is the largest on the Shannon - Erne waterway, one of Europes foremost non commercial Rivers. The lake is ideal for all kinds of water sports, sailing, angling and offers great scenery and natural beauty combined with atmospheric towns and villages which lies around the lakeside shores.
From the moment you drive through the gates of Glandore House you will be enchanted with this very special property which has the most magnificent views over the village, coastline, over to Unionhall and out to sea. The entire property is filled with charm, from the mature gardens with the castellated wall and turret, to the upper terrace with the glass house, the sheltered walled gardens also boasting the views, the walled stable yard which is entered via a stone arch and the main house itself. Glandore House although it is large has is a great feeling of warmth. The main reception rooms are bright and spacious and they all take advantage of the fabulous views. The first floor has been completely renovated and now houses very comfortable bedrooms, including the luxurious master suite with dressing room and bathroom. In all there are 4 reception rooms and 9 bedrooms and other rooms which can be used for a variety of reasons. There are further works to be carried out and works have started on a large suite of rooms on the second floor.
Set in the middle of the glorious Tipperary countryside in pristine condition, Thonogue House is centrally located in the heart of the thoroughbred country near the pretty village of Cahir and the historic towns of Cashel and Clonmel. Thonoge House is a beautifully proportioned seven bay Georgian two story family home. The entire property has been extensively renovated over the last three years. One enters the house from the stone steps into a large exceptional Marble floored hall. To the right of the hall is a large drawing room with windows on both ends. To the left is a handsome dining room. The country kitchen with four door aga leads to the cosy sitting room with gas stove. The staircase leads up to the large landing with four bedrooms two ensuite and a large family bathroom. There is a lovely feeling of warmth and light through out this spacious elegant family home. Thonoge is well placed for a variety of sporting activities. The area is a haven for the angling enthusiasts with the nearby River Suir. The property stands in the famous Tipperary Hunt Country, Kilkenny, Limerick, Scarteen and Waterford Foxhounds are within easy boxing distance. Clonmel, Thurles, Mallow and Limerick Junction race ourses are approximately 30 - 40 minutes away. The amous Coolmore stud and Ballydoyle are both in the ounty. There are a number of private shoots available in the area
Hidden from any outside view, this immaculate house offers total peace and tranquility. Set in 130 acres, with easy access and excellent equestrian facilities, the house has been impeccably and lovingly restored; altogether stunning Comeragh House is approached by a magnificent 1 km drive, which passes through mature woodland, parkland and past the lake all fringed by the mountain back drop. On appraching the house the tree lined avenue opens to a stunning view over the sloping parkland. The over all impression of this house is of its warm, welcoming and cosy atmosphere, softening its dramatic presentation and its large, high ceilings and elegant rooms, all with stunning views. The kitchen leads to the sunken Italian Courtyard, perfect for summer eating and romantically lit at nightfall. There is direct access from the office and studio to the sunny sheltered terrace, which has magnificent views sweeping across the parkland and over the mountains beyond. There is a well maintained pretty stable yard, with 7 looseboxes, tack room, washroom, horse walker, large barn. The attractive cottage block comprises of a grooms cottage and a 3 bedroom visitors cottage. Also see www.youririshestate.com Waterford Airport is 20 minutes; Cork Airport just over one hour. Rosslare Harbour one and a quarter hours. Beaches and Mountains are approx. fifteen mintues away. The local town of Dungarven is 10 km away. Also see www.youririshestate.com
Overlooking the mouth of the Shannon with spectacular views south to Kerry Head and the Macgillycuddy Reeks and west towards the Dingle Peninsular, the house is surrounded by lawns, gardens and rock walls. Built as a Summerhouse for the McDonnell Family, descendants of the Earl of Anrtrim and designed by the same architect as Dromoland Castle, the property sits on 20 acres with 800 feet of own waterfront in the grounds and a nice sandy beach within 5 minutes of the house. There are walled gardens and yards to the rear including a garage, a tennis house, a tennis court, 2 dry sheds, fuel shed, and boiler room with central heating unit. The first floor consists of entrance hall, reception hall, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, drawing room with original marble fireplace, television room, living room/bedroom, bathroom, separate toilet and a double bedroom. Leading downstairs is a restored original oak staircase. The downstairs are partly tiled and partly carpeted and consists of a billiard room, utility/wine cellar, 3 double bedrooms, leisure area with sauna, steam shower, whirlpool and solarium and 2 bathrooms. This property is located 5 km away from the seaside resort town of Kilkee, which has a famous horse show sandy beach, an abundance of restaurants, traditional pubs, hotels, golf course and beautiful scenery, which a stunning cliff walk. Also 5 km away is the picturesque Village of Carraigaholt, which has its own harbour where you can buy fresh fish directly adn wonderful restaurants. There is a sandy beach only 5 minutes walk from the house.
Amidst beautiful mature parklands, woodlands, pasture and equestrian facilities in the Garden of Ireland, combining privacy with an enviable convenience only a 40 minute commute to Dublin City and Dublin Airport respectively. Mount Kennedy is a two storey over basement house to a design originally drawn up by James Wyatt in 1772 and modified by the architect and builder Thomas Cooley who completed the commission in 1784/ 1785. The chief characteristic of Mount Kennedy is the beautiful and delicate interior decoration, incorporating plasterwork by Michael Stapleton who was regarded as being the most skilled stuccodor working in the neo classical style that dominated Dublin interior decoration in the final decades of the 18th century. This breathtaking work in the hall and three main reception rooms is further complemented by the exquisite painted medallions in grisaille by Peter De Gree, a belgian who came to Ireland in 1785, and whose other works are contained in Lucan House, Luttrellstown Castle and Marlay House. Dublin City 32kms (20 miles) 37 minutes Dublin Airport 58kms (36 miles) 40 minutes Greystones 8kms (5 miles) 12 minutes Rosslare Port 126kms (78 miles) 1 hour 40 minutes Cork Airport 288kms (179 miles) 3 hours (Distances are approximate)
This outstanding residence provides elegant and spacious accommodation over floor floors and is surrounded by mature gardens with a large stone courtyard with further accommodation to the rear. Dating back 250 years, this East Cork mansion has been restored and extended and presents itself as a spectacular mansion of unparalleled scale and luxury. The house extends to just under 11,500 and has accommodation arranged over 4 floors. The house stands on a slightly elevate position with views over the formal gardens down to a stream and pond, all framed by mature woodland. The original house has been meticulously and sensitively resorted to its former glory and the design of the extension was to specifically blend in with the older house. The highest standards have been adhered to, with the best of materials used throughout. Thought an original stone archway lies the large stone courtyard, which has an array of useful buildings, and a back entrance to the road. There is also a four bedroom house and a two bedroom house in this courtyard. This exquisitely finished house has been organised on a scale to allow for grand entertaining as well as convential family living. The house is c. 2 miles out from Midleton, a historical town, long renowned for fine food and drink,, award wining restuarants and quaint pubs and famous for the Jameson Whiskey.
The property is a superb country house and a charming family home approached via an impressive tree lined avenue in a parkland setting with lovely mature woodland and gardens. The house, a three-bay two storey castellated country house dates back to 1815 built on the site of an O'Carroll castle. The eclectic character of the residence is owed to the fact that it was constructed in various phases, the most notable of which resulted in the addition of its fine nineteenth century gothic revival frontage with terminating towers and a cenelated parapet. It was originally the family seat of the Minchin family. The main house consists of many fine reception rooms, large bedrooms, which are all bright well proportioned rooms.
This charming Georgian house sits amongst its on 52 acres, with frontage and fishing rights on the River Deal. There is also an inner courtyard with 3 bed cottage & large 2nd courtyard together with large walled garden. Knockglass House is a most charming family residence which dates back to the late 1700s with a further extension 100 years later. In more recent times it has been the home to the last four Bishops of Tuam, Killala and Achonry. The house is approached by a long tree lined entrance which eventually opens to the front of Knockglass. The lands of c. 52 acres are mainly to the front with a large walled garden and mature woodland to the rear. The residence is a graciously proportioned family home, enjoying a south east elevation and fine undisturbed views over its own lands and beyond. The four reception rooms have a considerable feeling of warmth and are enhanced by their pleasant proportions and brightness. The drawing room and dining room are to the front of the house and have 11 ft ceilings with ornate cornicing and fine marble fireplaces. There are a total of 6 well proportion bedrooms.
A fabulous family home in Dublin South Centre with two delightful boutique gardens and access to the wonderful private gardens of Fitzwilliam Square. This is an ideal house for entertaining with beautiful period features. This is a truly unique and exciting opportunity to acquire a stunningly elegant and meticulously appointed Georgian residence on the quiet and sunny south side of Fitzwilliam Square. The property which was extensively remodelled with great flair and impeccable taste in circa 1995 under the expert supervision of one of Europe's most renowned designers and is now an outstanding example of Georgian domestic architecture at its finest. The current owner - Kevin Kelly - created some of Europe's most influential lifestyle/ interiors publications, Image, Image Interiors and World of Interiors. This prestigious residence featured in Architectural Digest, America's most influential interior design magazine, one of only a few Irish properties to feature. Evident throughout are the owners profound feeling for colour and their passion for fine fabrics. All in all 24 Fitzwilliam Square is quite simply one of the finest city residences with every conceivable amenity close by. Grafton Street and St Stephens Green - 1 mile (15 minute walk)'+CHR(13)+
An end of terrace two storey over garden level period residence on Ailesbury Road.There is a mews residence to the rear which can be acquired as one lot with the main house.
Elegant accommodation over three floors, this upmarket home includes outstanding period features, together with a private secluded garden enjoying a sourth westerly aspect.
The Rectory on c. 10 acres has been completely refurbished in the last 10yrs whilst still being sympathetic to its beautiful original period features. The house is approx 3,630sq.ft. and guest cottage is 1,200sq.ft This beautiful Georgian residence with guest cottage was built in 1857 and was completely refurbished in the last 10 years to a very high standard. The main house which is approximately 337sq.m(3,630 sq.ft) maintains its many period features including sash windows, fireplaces, coving and cornicing. The accommodation is extremely bright and spacious and comprises of entrance hallway, drawing room, office, dining room, inner hall, guest wc, utility, kitchen/breakfast room, upstairs Â¨C five bedrooms, shower room, separate wc and bathroom. To the rear of the property there is a refurbished guest cottage which is approximately 111sq.m(1,200sq.ft), a stone fronted sauna house and a walled tennis court. This is a most scenic and sought after location as Dublin is 2hrs 15mins, 35mins to Limerick, 50mins to Shannon, 1hr 10mins to Cork, 15mins to Tipperary town and Cashel.
Built in 1873, The Old Coastguard Station is a world class waterfront period property with dynamic and truly breathtaking views across Sligo bay. It comes with original boathouse and slipway to a small sandy beach. This entirely unique property has been delightfully refurbished with all internal woodwork in solid light oak now offering bright, comfortable spacious accommodation with outstanding views across the bay to the mountains beyond. It comes with 900ft of waterside frontage including the original boathouse and as slipway leading down to a small sandy beach with two moorings. The main house and watchtower stand as a large classic period stone structure in the centre of a prominent coastal site extending to about 7 acres. The main feature of the front facade is the striking period gothic head windows and front door. To the rear of the house there is a secure and sheltered paved courtyard which houses the original stone well and useful outbuildings which have all been modernised. The area is famous for its intense natural beauty and would make an ideal home for both busy and creative people. The Old Coastguard Station is located on the south-western shores of the Ballisadare Bay just as it joins Sligo Bay. The property is about 5 minutes from the village of Beltra, 11 minutes to Ballisadare and 18 minutes to Sligo Town ( A Gateway City). The Sligo Airport at Strandhill is 30 minutes and has daily flights to Dublin. Knock International Airport flies throughout Europe adn it is about 45 minutes drive. Dublin and Belfast are approxmiately 2.5 hours away.
At the foot of Keeper Hill with the Silvermines Mountains providing a spectacular scenic backdrop, the house has been extremely well maintained and makes a comfortable country home. With good bright accommodation throughout, coupled with fabulous river and countryside views, the accommodation briefly comprises of three reception rooms, a library room, study, kitchen and five large bedrooms. There are many original features including ceiling coving, recessed sash windows with shutters, period fireplaces in all the principle rooms and the majority of the bedrooms. The gardens surround the house and are mainly laid out in lawns with mature trees and shrubbery, including magnificent rhododendrons, beech trees amongst others. The Mulcair River flows through the garden and can be cross by the wooden bridge. During the summer months there is a carpet of bluebells in the woodlands. In all this property is an absolutely oasis of peace and a haven for wildlife.