Sherry FitzGerald Country Homes, Farms & Estates

Rathpeacon House, C. 13ha(33acres), Killeens, Rathpeacon, Cork, T23 YE37

€1,680,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 221 sqm approx

Rathpeacon House sits quietly on some 13ha(33 acres), which can be purchased in its entirety or within various lots. A wonderful period residence with breath-taking elevated views on the outskirts of Cork City, with possible future zoned land potential. Mature trees, gardens and various outbuildings make Rathpeacon House unique in this enviable setting.

Lot 1 – Rathpeacon House on some 33.2acres. Asking price €1.68million. This includes the main house, plus the old house by the road and the field surrounding it.

Lot 2 – Some 8.8 acres with access onto the road. Asking price €140,000

BER E2 Rating
Rathpeacon House, Killeens, Rathpeacon, Cork, T23 YE37

€2,400,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 221 sqm approx

Rathpeacon House sits quietly on some 31ha(77 acres), which can be purchased in its entirety or within various lots. A wonderful period residence with breath-taking elevated views on the outskirts of Cork City, with possible future zoned land potential. Mature trees, gardens and various outbuildings make Rathpeacon House unique in this enviable setting.

Lot 1 – Rathpeacon House on some 33.2acres. Asking price €1.68million. This includes the main house, plus the old house by the road and the field surrounding it.

Lot 2 – Some 8.8 acres with access onto the road. Asking price €140,000

BER E2 Rating
Kilmoyler House, Cahir, County Tipperary

€1,950,000 - Asking Price|8 Bedrooms, 527 sqm approx

Kilmoyler House sits peacefully on some 56ha (140 acres) with breath-taking views overlooking the Galtee mountains. A classical Georgian residence built in the late 18th century, which benefits from a right of fishery within the lands for sale, a gate lodge, stone coach yard and excellent quality grazing land. Access to the M8 motorway and Cahir town are within a 5 minute drive.

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? Breath-taking setting and views of the Galtee Mountains

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Seafield House, Kilcrea, Donabate, County Dublin

€9,995,000 - Asking Price|8 Bedrooms, 895 sqm approx

Seafield House on some 32 hectares (80 acres) is a magnificent and romantic Palladian mansion. Built in the 1730’s it has a rich history and a stunning location. Close to Dublin city centre and Dublin international airport, the house and grounds are totally private and have been refurbished and maintained to the highest standards.

Set out over some 32 hectares (80 acres) of gardens, walled garden, yew tree walk, arable land, forestry and lake. Mansion approx. 895 sq m / 9,634 sq ft (approx.), Coach and stable yard with staff flat and gate lodge.

Ireland has a rich history of magnificent country houses, yet few are located as conveniently as Seafield House. Just 15km from Dublin’s city centre, and 8km to Dublin international airport, you’ll find yourself in a peaceful world, surrounded by forestry, parklands, and with a view across the estuary to Malahide and the mountains beyond. The Grade 1 listed house itself is a strikingly elegant and romantic five bay three storey over garden level villa.

BER exempt
Rockwood, Ballycraddock, Dunhill, County Waterford

€1,100,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 308 sqm approx

Rockwood is an incredible example of a “DAVINCI HAUS” which is inspired and refined from 250 years of German architectural precision and tradition. A fine balance of a luxurious finish and an eco-conscious build. Set on an elevated site of some 4.25ha(10.5acres) with breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside.

Special features:

An eco-conscious luxury home

BER B1 Rating
Long Lake House, Tahilla, Sneem, Co. Kerry

€3,250,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 882 sqm approx

Long Lake House is situated on the Iveragh Peninsula between Kenmare and Sneem, on the south Ring of Kerry. This scenic property comprises some 5Ha (13 acres) and includes an 882 sq m (9,493 sq ft) house, separate three car garage, a cedar cabin, pier, boat ramp and pontoon, boat house and fresh water pond with a Lake Geneva style fountain. The fan-shaped three storey house affords magnificent views over the Kenmare Bay and Beara mountains, with sunsets to die for.

The property is entered through either of the two main gates. There is a large parking area and the driveway curves around to the front entrance of the house at ground level. The upper hall has a welcoming open fireplace and the extra high timbered ceiling houses a skylight over the central stairway of teak and brass.

Blue Pearl granite enhances the flooring on most of the upper level including the large games room with an oversized pool table and open fire place with access to a small deck. Also, on this level is an office, a bedroom with built-in closet and shelving, master bedroom and sky living room all with heart-of-oak timber flooring. The floor to ceiling windows in the sky room lead out on to a wrap around deck from which to enjoy amazing views. The master bathroom, with separate toilet room, has the Blue Pearl granite and Villeroy Boch quarter round jacuzzi bath with overhead shower. A laundry chute leaves here to the ground floor laundry.

BER B3 Rating
Boltown Hall, Kilskyre, Kells, County Meath

€2,500,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 430 sqm approx

A superbly renovated and beautifully presented period residence built circa 1860, privately located on approx. 102 acres of quality pasture lands and private landscaped gardens and grounds, with excellent farm and equestrian facilities.

Boltown Hall is a magnificently presented residence that offers all modern conveniences, while still retainingthe charm and grandeur of a traditional country home. The main residence extends to approx. 430 sq.m /4,628 sq.ft and is positioned in the heart of estate offering privacy and seclusion.

The property is entered through a porch with tiled flooring and wooden front doors which leads into a superb entrance hall with high ceilings and wrought iron radiators, giving a warm welcome with fully carpeted floors. The drawing room is just off the entrance hall and has a magnificent feature fireplace with marble surround. There is a bay window that offers an excellent vantage point for relaxing with views of the gardens and grounds. This room is bright with duel aspects to the front and side of the residence. To the rear is the formal dining room with wooden flooring, feature fireplace with marble surround and an east facing bay window that allows ample light into the room.

BER exempt
Bellewstown House, Bellewstown, County Meath

€1,150,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 300 sqm approx

Built around 1750, Bellewstown House is a south facing Georgian property nestled in the beautiful countryside of County Meath. The property had many owners throughout the years including The Langan family going right back to the 19th century where they had extensive lands. There is a soft traditional atmosphere from the moment you enter the gates and drive through the manicured garden and grounds.

The house has all the elements of a country home with a superb entrance hall and feature staircase catching the eye. The elegant drawing room, with its south facing aspect and a marble fireplace, is a comfortable room in which to relax. Across the hall is a spacious formal dining room with marble fireplace and display units. To the rear of the residence is a dual aspect family room, perfect for the winter months. The kitchen is your quintessential country kitchen with quarry tiled floors and AGA. From here there is access to the side of the west facing garden and patio area, excellent for entertaining and a BBQ area in the summer months. The ground floor is complete with a WC. At first floor level, there are 4 large bedrooms; the master is fully carpeted with built in wardrobes and spectacular views of the countryside to the front, complete with large en suite with bath, sink and WC. Across the landing is another spacious bedroom. There are two further bedrooms to the rear and a family bathroom completing the 1st floor. The second floor has two rooms for a number of uses including further bedrooms, offices or children’s playrooms and are finished with original pine flooring.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS

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Tahilla Cove, Tahilla, Sneem, County Kerry

€1,950,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 470 sqm approx

Tahilla Cove is a peaceful, private oasis on some 4.33 hectares (10.7 acres) with breath-taking views over Kenmare Bay, Rossmore Island, Caha Mountains and the Beara Peninsula. Benefitting from two residences, a private pier, private beach with direct launching for boats, direct water access and paths surrounding the property to enjoy the wonderful views from different angles, in this sheltered setting with generous gardens and lawns.

Tahilla Cove includes two residences, one main residence and a guest house, which could be used for many purposes including a private home or a country house guest house. Both residences enjoy wonderful views and are surrounded by mature trees, lawns and splendid gardens.

The two residences which enjoy impressive sea views, were built in the 1940’s in a combination of Art Deco and Greek villa style.

BER C3 Rating
Levally Cottage, Bofeenaun, County Mayo

€650,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 165 sqm approx

‘An experience of nature so rare in a crowded world.’

In the heart of County Mayo, Levally Cottage is superbly positioned overlooking Levally Lake. surrounded by 12.8 acres (approx.) the house extends to 165 sq.m / 1,776 sq. ft of accommodation.

Levally Cottage is a superbly renovated cottage in the most glorious setting you will find in Ireland, incorporating views of Levally Lake, with the backdrop of the majestic Nephin mountain. A charming house where one’s eye is constantly drawn to the fabulous view over the lake. Approached through electric gates onto a sweeping driveway, with mature hedging and views of the lake to the right, the residence is a bright and welcoming space, perfect for both relaxing and entertaining. The kitchen, which is modern with Juncker flooring, encompasses an island unit with sink, hardwood worktop and ample storage areas, and is completed with an excellent dining area and a quiet space at the window for reflection. Here there is access through a sliding door to the south facing decking - perfect for barbequing. The lounge is a comfortable, light filled family area with feature open fireplace, Juncker flooring, recessed lighting and a vaulted ceiling giving superb height. This room also has access to the decking to the rear through two sliding doors. The main bedroom is just as vibrant with breath-taking views over the lake and access to the rear through another sliding door. The ensuite is fully tiled and has a double shower and Velux window. The hall, linking the living area to the bedrooms, continues the theme with a vaulted ceiling letting an abundance of light shine through the house. The large guest bedroom, with views of Nephin, also has an ensuite. There are two further guest bedrooms, both with timber flooring and recessed lighting, a family bathroom and a utility room. The house links seamlessly with the gardens, the lake and surrounding landscape, epitomized not only by the abundance of windows offering a plenitude of sunlight, but also by the French doors which directly link the master bedroom, lounge and kitchen with the beautifully maintained terraced gardens and decking area to the rear. The mature gardens are extremely private and secure with electric gates, and link to the outer pasturage, where pleasure walks can be enjoyed.

BER C2 Rating
Thornton Park Equestrian Centre, Kilsallaghan, Swords, County Dublin

€1,100,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms

Thornton Park is a superb modern equestrian centre offering top class facilities in a beautiful setting on approximately 17.85 acres located 25 minutes from Dublin’s City Centre.

The state of the art facilities include: Large Indoor arena and Viewing Area , 2 floodlit all weather arena’s, Indoor barn stabling for 58 horses and ponies, Lunge Menage, 6 Bay Horse Walker, All Weather Turn Out Area, 35 Turn Out Paddocks, Novice Cross Country Course ,Viewing Gallery/Restaurant, Coffee Room, Lecture Room, Viewing Area, 4 Bedroom Bungalow, Beautifully Landscaped Gardens and Ample Parking.

INDOOR MAIN ARENA/ MAIN BUILDING includes the reception, seated viewing area and lecture room on the ground floor. Upstairs there is a viewing gallery/restaurant 68 sq.metres suitable for larger parties and conferences.

BER E1 Rating
Thornton Park House, & Equestrian Centre, Kilsallaghan, Swords, County Dublin

€1,950,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 236 sqm approx

A wonderful family home with superb character, with a modern equestrian centre offering top class facilities in a mature setting on some 21.87 acres / 8.85 hectares of excellent pasture, lands and located approx. 25 minutes from Dublin City Centre.

Built in 1997, Thornton Park House is located in a beautiful private setting with some magnificent features throughout, extending to the surroundings. The property has a charming traditional atmosphere and with many examples of bespoke aspects of design that stand out.

An inviting space, the entrance hall is fully carpeted with a unique feature staircase made from reclaimed oak from church pews. Double doors lead to the bright drawing room with solid wooden flooring and feature marble fireplace. The bay window is a wonderful vantage point to the front gardens. The sitting room is to the other side of the entrance hall and again has a very unique style to it. This south facing room emits plentiful light and is complimented with the lovely rich colour wallpaper, and completed with a feature fireplace with cast iron inset. The kitchen, to the rear of the house, is at the heart of the residence with its homely atmosphere embracing traditional elements such as Stanley Range, polished slate flooring and wood burning stove in the family area. The family area is finished with solid wooden flooring. The island unit, with its black granite worktop, makes an excellent space for preparing food, with a breakfast area. The large south facing window lets ample light in throughout the day. The conservatory, off the family area, is a wonderful space, perfect for relaxing in. There is a single patio door leading to the back garden, ideal for evening barbequing. Off the kitchen there is an excellent utility area for use as a boot room, with w.c and polished slate flooring. The guest bedroom is located on this floor, with wooden flooring and a range of built in wardrobes.

BER C3 Rating
Corrageen, Rathnure, Enniscorthy, County Wexford

€750,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 344 sqm approx

Corrageen House is positioned at the end of a country lane and has the seclusion desired by many. Over the two miles of its length the lane climbs some two hundred metres, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside and bringing us to the pristine natural beauty of the Blackstairs Mountains (special conservation area), with its hill walks and nature trails. The substantial late 17th century farm house has been expertly restored and extended to create a warm family home.

The family area, with its original forge fireplace taking centre stage in the main room, links superbly with the sun room, creating a wonderful space to enjoy long summer evenings or to be cosy by the fire in winter. The Andrew Ryan handcrafted kitchen, with its AGA, cut stone walls and tiled floors, is at the heart of the house and includes a generous area for informal dining. Glass doors lead out of the kitchen to a sheltered courtyard, excellently suited for barbequing. The TV room, with its wood-burning stove and wooden floors, is just off the guest bedroom, the latter including a walk-in storage area and an ensuite. The downstairs is completed by a large utility area with Belfast sink and WC off.

On the first floor there are further 3 bedrooms. The master suite has a wonderfully warm feel to it, with upper garden access, a walk-in area and an ensuite. The first floor is completed by a family bathroom.

BER C3 Rating