Sherry FitzGerald Country Homes, Farms & Estates

Bilberry House, Bilberry Hill, Midleton, Co. Cork

€2,950,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 590 sqm approx

A wonderful Georgian residence situated in the private and mature grounds on The Bilberry Estate of some 78ha (195 acres) on Bilberry Hill. Stunning views over the south facing surrounding countryside in this tranquil position. Coach House, Gate Lodge, caretaker’s flat, mews, heated indoor pool, tennis court, stables, hay barns and sheds make this a very attractive holding.

BILBERRY HOUSE

A charming estate of some 78ha (195acres) set in this most spectacular, elevated setting. Bilberry House approximately 590sq.m (6,350sq.ft) sits within mature woodland, with wonderful grounds and gardens that have been extremely well maintained. The front section of this welcoming and appealing house was built in c.1770 and the rear added at a later stage. The current family have resided in Bilberry House since 1959. The bright and elegant accommodation of this Georgian gem comprises of morning room, dining room with fine views over the surrounding countryside, spacious lounge and library which leads to a wonderful patio and garden, kitchen, pantry, scullery, heated indoor swimming pool and sauna. On the first/second floors there are six bedrooms including a master bedroom ensuite with dressing room, bathroom, wc and sewing room.

BER E2 Rating
Woodlands, Craffield, Aughrim, County Wicklow

€1,150,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 374 sqm approx

A magnificently renovated family home positioned on some 10 acres of superb gardens and grounds suitable for equestrian use in the heart of County Wicklow. Woodlands enjoys a private, tranquil setting and with a spacious 374 sq.m. (4,024 sq. ft.) home with excellent family accommodation.

The original cottage magnificently extended over the past number of year’s dates back to the 1800’s and blends seamlessly into its surroundings maintained and landscaped to the highest standard. Extending to some 374 sq. m. (4,024 sq. ft.), Woodlands is laid out over 3 levels and offers excellent views over the surrounding countryside from all rooms of the house.

The reception hall is an inviting split level area with tiled floors. The drawing room is a beautiful entertaining space with double doors leading to a west facing patio area and is fully carpeted.

BER C2 Rating
Kells, Newmarket On Fergus, Shannon, Co. Clare

€890,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 450 sqm approx

Kells is a magnificent residence, built just 12 years ago to the highest of standards. Sitting on a mature and elevated site of some five acres which overlooks the River Fergus and the Shannon Estuary.

A wonderful, unique residence built just 12 years ago with a B3 energy rating which complements this warm and bright house. Sitting on a c.2ha (5acres) with views over the River Fergus and the Shannon Estuary, Kells is built to an extremely high standard of construction with limestone and solid oak throughout and it is reminiscent in its design of a Castle, though with the combination of all modern conveniences and systems.

The internal layout is split level on both the ground and upper floor and the floors are solid oak and porcelain tile throughout. The accommodation consists of a main entrance hall, guest wc & cloakroom, great hall with open plan living, dining and sitting room with direct access to the patio and lawns, an adjoining bar, overhanging balcony with mezzanine office, kitchen, dining, utility, family room and five en suite bedrooms, two of these bedrooms also have dressing rooms.

BER B3 Rating
The Old Rectory, Ashford, County Wicklow

€1,500,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 341 sqm approx

A remarkably private and elegant period home located on some 4 acres of superb gardens and grounds with equestrian facilities including a sand arena and stables, all within walking distance of the quaint village of Ashford, located within easy access of Dublin City Centre.

Built in 1870’s, the property is now a stunning modern family home with wonderful warmth, superbly furnished throughout offering all modern conveniences, while still retaining the charm of a period home with features such as sash windows, original doors and window shutters to match a home of this period. Excellent for both relaxing and entertaining, the charm of the house is very notable when entering.

BER F Rating
Churchtown Stud, Churchtown, Mallow, Co. Cork

€575,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 318 sqm approx

Churchtown Stud enjoys a private setting in the peaceful village of Churchtown. Sitting on some 13ha (32acres) of mature gardens, all weather paddock and a six furlong Circular gallop. A separate entrance off the main avenue leads to two American Barn’s with 18 loose boxes.

A substantial two storey residence built approximately twenty years ago on some 13ha(32acres). stone pillars with a tarmac avenue lead to the main house and a separate avenue to the yard. Mature lawns and gardens surround this peaceful site. The yard comprises of two american barns with 18 loose boxes and a six furlong circular gallops.

GROUND FLOOR

BER C3 Rating
The Old Rectory, Parson Street, Maynooth, Co. Kildare

€1,250,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 478 sqm approx

A gracious period property built around 1720 and spectacularly positioned on some 1 acre within the historical town of Maynooth in the heart of county Kildare. The property enjoys a quiet, tranquil setting and provides 478 sq. m/5,145 sq. ft. (approx.) of excellent family accommodation.

The Old Rectory is a Georgian house with classical proportions, built in around the 1720s by the Duke of Leinster as a residence for the Rector of St Mary’s Church of Ireland church on the same street. Originally it was a slightly smaller house, until in the 1880s when one of the Rectors, who apparently had thirteen children to accommodate, added another two windows on to the end of the building, joining it up with the stable block in the stable yard.

It remained in the possession of the Church of Ireland, and in use as the Rectory of the parish, until 1980 when the Church sold it to the Hayley family who were moving to Maynooth so that Barbara Hayley could take up a teaching post at the University – she went on to become Professor of English there, a post she held until her death in 1991. The house has remained in the possession of the Hayley family ever since.

BER exempt
11 Oxmantown Mall, Birr, County Offaly

€1,500,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 418 sqm approx

An impeccable and elegant period residence with one of the most recognised addresses in Ireland located in the heart of the picturesque town of birr in the faithful county of Offaly.

Built in the 1820’s as part of the development of Oxmantown Mall from the new castle gates to the new Church of Ireland, the property was fully restored in 1992 and is opposite Birr Theatre and Arts Centre where you can enjoy all drama, dance, opera and comedy performances as well as the continually unfolding joys of Birr Castle gardens and parkland all year round.

This impeccable period home is probably one of the finest examples of a restored Georgian townhouse in Ireland, true to it’s original form. Original marble fireplaces, sash windows, superbly proportioned rooms, ornate front door case and fanlight, and supremely elegant decor, define it as an exceptional home. The entrance hall with its pitch pine flooring and feature staircase is a warm welcome. The breathtaking dining room is just off the hallway and makes for a very inviting entertaining room with feature marble fireplace, high ceilings, Doric columns and it enjoys aspects to both the Mall and the rear courtyard. There are two fine guest bedrooms also on this level wonderfully finished, one complete with en suite.

BER exempt
The Landenstown Estate - The Entire, Sallins, County Kildare, Ireland

€6,500,000 - Asking Price|532 sqm approx

The Landenstown Estate is a superb Palladian country house on some 137 hectares (338 acres) of parklands located just outside the town of Sallins in County Kildare.

In all, the accommodation includes a 532 sq. m. (5,726 sq. ft.) period country home in need of full restoration, together with two Gate Lodges, also in need of full restoration.

Lotting:

BER exempt
The Landenstown Lands - Lot 2, Sallins, County Kildare, Ireland

€1,000,000 - Asking Price|

Some 32 hectares (78 acres) of high quality productive agricultural lands that are suitable for a number of uses that is bounded on one side by the Grand Canal. The lands have been unkempt in recent years, but can easily be brought back to productive lands.

The lands benefit from numerous mature shrubs and trees. The majority of the boundary have excellent mature hedging throughout.

Lotting:

BER exempt
Bellevue, Ferrybank, Waterford

€995,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 287 sqm approx

A charming Georgian style residence set within some 10 acres of magnificent gardens and its own private 18 hole par 3 golf course. A secluded and tranquil location, a haven for the golf and gardening enthusiast.

Bellevue was built in the early 1970’s, fully renovated and finished to a very high standard to include ornate ceilings, silk wall paper coverings, bespoke handmade kitchen and dining area. All window frames, doors and external woodwork are made of treated teak wood.

GOLF COURSE

BER D2 Rating
Siloam, Sion Road, Kilkenny

€1,475,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 346 sqm approx

Siloam is a wonderful country style, two storey residence on c.4.3ha(10.62acres), in a mature setting on this quiet cul de sac within a ten minute stroll of the charming city of Kilkenny. Giving the tranquillity of country living combined with the convenience of Kilkenny City on your doorstep. A short cycle or walk will bring you to everything the lively and picturesque city has to offer.

The rear of the property brings you on to a path by the River Nore offering scenic walks to Kilkenny city or over the footbridge to the castle.

The bright and light filled accommodation is approximately 345 sq.m. (3,720 sq.ft.) and is ideal for entertaining, comprises of the drawing room with three double doors which lead onto the garden and patio, a store room to the side, dining room with double doors to the garden, open plan kitchen/breakfast room with an AGA, which leads into the sun room. The sun room leads onto the garden and patio as well. The study and sitting room are warm cosy rooms to the front of the house. The utility room is off the side entrance to the house which is ideal for access from the garden or yard.

BER D2 Rating
Roxbury House, Termonfeckin, Drogheda, County Louth

€1,500,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 740 sqm approx

Roxbury House is a luxurious family residence that has been constructed to an extremely high standard and incorporates all the modern conveniences, while still retaining the charm of a country property.

The main house extends to some 740 sq.m | 7,965 sq.ft and has some excellent spaces for family living. The house is very private and secure with electric gates to the front and mature hedging, on some 4 acres of private grounds. a large reception hall greets you on entering the house with beautifully created wrought iron railing staircase featuring prominently. The drawing room has a double height ceiling and is a magnificent welcoming room for guests.

The kitchen is really in the heart of this home and is not only a wonderful entertaining space, it also is an excellent space for families with a Tv area / play area. The kitchen has neff appliances and is very modern. off the kitchen is a wonderful dining space and study and an excellent lounge with stove and feature marble fireplace surround. There is an superb indoor heated swimming pool that links seamlessly with the surrounding garden and grounds.

BER B3 Rating
Tullyard House, Trim, County Meath, Ireland

€2,350,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 512 sqm approx

A splendid Georgian estate set within 100 acres of magnificent parkland and top quality agricultural land with a further 89 acres available superbly located in the heart of Co. Meath.

Tullyard is approached through an impressive stone pillared entrance, along a sweeping tree lined and stud fenced avenue to a gravelled forecourt to the front of the house and into the cut stone courtyard. The house is situated on a rise surrounded by parkland, farm land and magnificent specimen trees providing complete privacy. There is some 100 acres of superb lands mainly in tillage, with a further 89 acres available.

The Georgian residence dates back to 1808 and stands as a three bay two storey house with an unusual two door portico and large three storey wing. To the rear of the house is a stunning cut stone Georgian courtyard. Tullyard boasts graciously proportioned light filled elegant reception rooms which retain a wealth of period features, including cornice work, high ceilings, decorative original fireplaces, sash windows & shutters, doors & architraves, polished wooden floors and in the hall wonderful French doors & magnificent fanlight along with a superb cantilever staircase.

BER E2 Rating
Kilfane House, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny

€1,750,000 - Asking Price|8 Bedrooms, 1,458 sqm approx

A classical Georgian residence set within some 31Ha (79acres) surrounded and sheltered by its pleasure grounds of mature trees, orchard, streams and lawns. A Caretaker’s residence to the rear and a Gate Lodge at the entrance, add to this idyllic estate.

Kilfane House is a very fine and imposing Georgian three storey over basement, five bay residence, with two storey wings at either side. A porch with fluted Greek Doric columns to the front gives a very impressive entrance to this remarkable house. Pleasing classical proportions with refined detailing throughout the house, Kilfane House is an important historic property in the Thomastown area, owned by three families since it was built. Superbly located within 5 minutes of the picturesque villages of Thomastown and Bennettsbridge and under 10 minutes to mount Juliet Hotel and golf course. The cultural city of Kilkenny is just 20 minutes. Easy access to the M9 within 10 minutes. Dublin airport is 1 hour 30 minutes.

The entrance hallway is most impressive with columns, leading to the wings at either side of the house with their marvellous reception rooms. The reception rooms are large and bright with high ceilings, detailed coving, double sash windows with shutters and fireplaces in most rooms. The rooms enjoy wonderful views over the landscaped gardens and countryside. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, library, sitting room, kitchen, breakfast room, pantry and guest wc.

BER exempt
Lough Garr House, Dromore, Ruan, Co. Clare

€875,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 314 sqm approx

A wonderful opportunity to acquire a two storey residence on some 16ha (40acres) within close proximity of Dromore Woods and Lake. Mature parkland and trees add to the ambience of this charming property.

Lough Garr House is a haven of tranquillity with the beauty of Dromore Woods and Lake on your doorstep. Surrounded by mature trees, this is an extremely private setting. The house was built in 2001 and is an ideal family home due to its spaciousness and light filled rooms.

The two storey residence with an attic conversion for storage, is laid out very well to accommodate family living. The accommodation comprises downstairs of a drawing room, open plan kitchen and breakfast room/ sun room and dining room, bedroom one with ensuite, study. The first floor comprises of four bedrooms which are all ensuite. A stira stairs to the attic with ample storage.

BER C2 Rating