Roseanne De Vere Hunt

Roseanne De Vere Hunt

Director, Sherry FitzGerald, Head of Country Homes, Farms & Estates

Sherry FitzGerald Country Homes, Farms & Estates

Key Skills:
Roseanne coming from a country background in Cashel, Co. Tipperary has vast knowledge of country living, farming and equestrian life. With 15 years’ experience in property, she now specialises in Country Homes, Farms and Estates. Roseanne is one of the most experienced property advisors with a specialisation in fine country homes and estates. Sherry Fitzgerald Country Homes, Farms and Estates are exclusive affiliates of Christies International Real Estate giving us the opportunity to market your property worldwide to 900 offices in 45 countries.

Experience:
Roseanne has recently joined us as Associate Director of Sherry Fitzgerald, Country Homes, Farms and Estates. Previously having worked for Ganly Walters for over 8 years as Head of Country Homes and Residential. She is well known throughout Ireland in her 14 years’ experience of Country Homes and offers a wealth of knowledge to anyone considering selling or acquiring a property. 

 
Qualifications:

•Bachelor of Science Degree in Property
• Assoc. SCSI

 
Membership:
Asscociate Member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland

Roseanne's Properties For Sale    View All

Emsworth, Malahide Road, Dublin

€7,500,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 516 sqm approx

Wonderful Gandon designed residence, built in 1792 on some 17 acres completely restored to a very high level in the last two years.

A fantastic location, within an 8-minute drive to Dublin International Airport. This private paradise entered through electric gates, leading up a long driveway which is bounded by carriage type lighting, woodland and lawns. To the front of the house are two feature pools which reflect off the front of this splendid house. The lands surrounding the house comprises of woodland with paths that intertwine to give 2km long private running paths, a walled orchard, paths surrounding these wonderful gardens, mature beech trees, a playing pitch, tennis court, lawns, two garages which hold six cars, a gym building, coach house for guests or staff quarters.

• Fully restored main house with three reception rooms, kitchen, cinema room, utility, four bedrooms, three ensuite and main bathroom

BER exempt
Bunratty Woods, Low Road, Bunratty, Co. Clare

€615,000 - Asking Price|13 Bedrooms, 688 sqm approx

Bunratty Woods is a spectacular residence that suits a wide range of uses in this beautiful location within a two minute drive of Bunratty Village and Castle. Stunning views over Cratloe Hill and adjacent to a nature reserve to the rear of the property. The main house, which is 13 ensuite bedrooms could easily be turned back into a family residence or brought back to its glory days as a guesthouse. To the side of the property is a two bedroom, two storey cottage with its own access.

Bunratty Woods is a wonderful country style residence over two floors. The property was fully refurbished in 1995 to a high standard of finish and design. During 1995 to 2011 the property was run as a very successful, Bord Failte approved guesthouse, winning many awards including the European Michelin Accommodation guide awards. The property could lend itself to many uses to include a stunning family home, cookery school, guesthouse, nursing home, respite home, coffee shop or restaurant. Due to Bunratty Woods wonderful location, so close to Bunratty Castle and Shannon airport, it lends itself particularly well to the tourism market. The charming self-contained, two storey cottage, which is located on the site with its own access, gives potential for a home and business.

Main House

BER C3 Rating
The Old Rectory, Coolbanagher, Emo, County Laois

€1,250,000 - Asking Price|7 Bedrooms, 443 sqm approx

A two storey Georgian residence on some 18ha (45 acres) of quality grazing Land, a walled garden and magnificent gardens surrounding the house, in a mature parkland setting. The court yard comprises of two converted self- catering coach houses, which are registered with the Irish Tourist Board (Failte Ireland) and Laois Tourism. The views are splendid overlooking the surrounding countryside, with views of Emo Court Demesne and the Gandon designed church nearby.

The avenue which leads to this very fine property is bounded by mature trees and swings towards the house and divides into two – an avenue to the main house and an avenue to the court yard and farm buildings. a large forecourt is situated at the main house.

The house can be used as one outstanding family home or alternatively can be separated in two units with separate access points from the avenue. The two stairs and separate access areas make this ideal for a granny/live in staff accommodation/future rental income. The main section of the house was rewired and replumbed ten years ago.

BER F Rating

Roseanne's Properties Recently Sold    View All

Kylebeag House On 57 Acres, Pike Of Rushall, Portlaoise, Co. Laois, R32 V5W4 Sold

€895,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 438 sqm approx

Extended Georgian residence and wonderful family home with a converted residential coach house in the yard, 30 stables to include an American barn, set on some 23Ha (57acres) of grazing Land. Close proximity to the M7 and M8 motorways.

Kylebeag House was built in c.1833. Located on the R434 which links Durrow and Borris-in-Ossory. A long avenue leads under a stone arch and wall to Kylebeag House. Bounded by stud railed paddocks at either side of the avenue. The coach house within the first yard by the house is converted for residential accommodation with three bedrooms all ensuite. Three stables are found under the coach house. The coach yard to the rear of the house houses storage and an office. A further yard is located behind the coach yard with an American barn containing 20 boxes. Across from the American barn are seven stables. There are five turnout paddocks close to the stables. Paths lead to the paddocks which are all in grazing.

Main House

BER F Rating
Thornvale House, Moneygall, Birr, Co. Offaly Sold

€1,200,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 586 sqm approx

A fine period home presented in excellent condition with wonderful views to the Devil’s Bit (named so for the bite taken by the Devil as he rode over Ireland) and Tipperary Mountains. Comprising two storeys the accommodation is generous and bright with the principal rooms enjoying a southerly orientation over the pleasure grounds below. The grounds are very well maintained and incorporate a stretch of fishing on the Ollatrim river and extensive courtyard buildings.

The house is approached along a fine tree lined avenue which travels through impressive wrought iron gates and uphill towards the house, perched on a rise and framed by the glorious gardens and mature trees and commands stretching views over the Tipperary countryside.

Boasting many period features throughout, including wood panelled doors, bay and recessed windows with shutters, many marble fireplaces together with the high ceilings with decorative cornicing’s.

BER D2 Rating