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Dating from the 1850's this property boasts many original features including marble fireplaces, ornate plasterwork and sweeping staircases. The grand main entrance leads into the tiled hallway which has double doors on the left leading to the dual aspect lounge, and to the right the dining room. An inner hallway takes you to a sitting room/study, a shower room with wc and the 'L' shaped kitchen which has been recently refitted and also has a wood burner.
FIRST FLOOR ...
From the hallway the staircase leads to the first floor with a wide landing leading to two double bedrooms to the rear of the house, one of which is ensuite, and two larger dual aspect bedrooms to the front, and a family bathroom.
SECOND FLOOR ...
To the second floor there are a further two bedrooms, a very spacious landing, and a large attic that could also be converted if required. There is also a large cellar below with space for the wine, storage and the heating system which is run by oil.
The views from the house are far reaching over the gardens to the surrounding coutnryside to the forest beyond. There is the former coach house which now provides for workshop and storage space, but could convert to provide further accommodation if required with a large garage to the rear. There is also a former gardener's house in the grounds. The grounds immediately around the house are landscaped with the former walled potager to one side, ornamental pond with fountain, mature trees, orchard and pasture.
* €650 000
agency fees to be paid by the seller