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"Ballyfinogue House", Killinick, Co. Wexford.

Overview

ID: #6403
Price: € 695,000
Location: Rosslare
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 5
BER Rating: E2
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“Escape to country living at its best”! Approached by a mature tree lined avenue (set on c.4.399 acre), surrounded by very nicely presented gardens, patio, driveway & gated entrance, with south facing fabulous scenic views of surrounding country side & slightly over c.1 acre of forestry. Accommodation is presented in tastefully restored & decorated condition creating a lovely warm atmosphere. This property offers many beautiful features throughout, including, fireplaces, cornicing, natural timber floors, wine cellar, granny flat etc. Only 15 mins. approx. to Wexford town, easily connected to the M/N11 & N25, less than 2 hours to Dublin, 10 mins. to Rosslare. Easy driving distance to many beautiful beaches at Rosslare, St. Helen’s,Carnsore & Kilmore quay etc. Close to local shops, schools churches in Piercestown & Killinick, & an endless list of restaurants. Close to golf,water sports & located in the middle of Killinick Harriers hunting countryside. Properties like this come on the market once in a lifetime and is not to be missed. The entire experience is captivating, to say the least from start to finish.

VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Property Features:
Beautiful period residence.
Old world charm & character.
Mature/private setting.
Slightly over c.1 acre of forestry.
Superb location.
Desirable accommodation.
Lots of stone buildings.

Optional extra land available.

Accommodation Comprises:
Entrance porch/reception 7.3m x 3.7m
Sitting room 5.6m x 3.7m Solid timber floors,recessed lighting, feature marble fireplace with stove.
Drawing room 8.6m x 5m Feature marble fireplace, recessed lighting, storage, coving.

Ground floor 8.7m x 4.8m Tiled floors, access to rear.
Kitchen /diner Center island, built in presses, fully fitted eye & waist level units, dish washer, oil fired Aga cooker with beam & brick surround, larder, part-tiled walls, tiled floors, access to patio;
Patio Paved with sand stone, lighting.

Inner hallway 3.9m x 1.9m Under stairs storage.
Dinning room 4.7m x 3.8m Brick fireplace.

Back hallway 3.7m x 1.4m
Utility 2.6m x 1.4m Plumbed, sink unit.
Storage 2.6m x 2.0m
Play room 3.8m x 2.4m Hot press.
Wine cellar 7.2m x 2.29m

First return
Shower room 2.4m x 1.5m WC, WHB, fully tiled.
Bedroom No.1 4.3m x 2.3m
Study 3.5m x 2.5m

Second return
Bedroom No.2 5.0m x 3.7m
Bedroom No.3 4.2m x 5.1m
Bathroom 2.5m x 2.2m WC, WHB.

First floor
Bedroom No.4 3.9m x 2.7m Vanity unit.
Bedroom No.5 4.4m x 2.4m Vanity unit.

Granny Flat:
Living room 4.5m x 4.07m Solid timber floors.
Bed No.1 4.21m X 4.0m
Kitchen/diner 2.9m x 2.7m Fitted waist level units, worktop.
Shower room 1.9m x 1.4m Shower, WHB
WC 2.1m x 1.2m WC, WHB.

Loft 4.8m x 18.5m

Outside: Boiler house, garage, several stores, coach house, utility sheds, spacious parking.
Services: Dual water supply(mains & private), septic tank, oil fired central heating & solid fuel.
BER:E2.
Apply: Keane Auctioneers (053) 9123072
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent.
Legal: Kirwan & Kirwan Solicitors, Cornmarket, Wexford.
Directions: From Wexford proceed out the Rosslare road (N25), taking a right turn signposted for Kilmore/Kilmore Quay (R739), continue on this road for a short distance and Ballyfinogue House will be a short distance on your left.
Eircode: Y35 A48F.

 

History:-(Paraphrasing)
This property was formerly part of the Johnstown Castle estate.
It is listed in the publication by David Rowe & Eithne Scallan”Houses of Wexford”, the following is an extract from this publication.
This is an unusual, fairly substantial, eighteenth-century house on two levels, being of 2 storey construction in the front
south-facing section, and 3 storey (including extension) opening onto a fine yard. The yard buildings are of different stone
with some brick and were apparently constructed at different stages. Though altered, extended and modified over the
year, so it is interesting to describe in a number of buys, the house retains the character of a house over two hundred years
old, and has unusual features such as a rounded brick oven in the side of the kitchen fire opening, and a hidden passage
way to permit the servants to pass unobtrusively from the kitchen to the dinning room.

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