Michael O'Leary

Michael O'Leary

Managing Director

Sherry FitzGerald O'Leary Kinsella

Michael is a former President of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers and has vast experience in the both the estate agency business and Commercial and Residential Valuations. Michael is a fellow of IPAV (The Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers) and a Recognised European Valuer (“REV”) completing valuations to the “Blue Book” or European Valuation Standards

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Aughnaclappa, Caim, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Y21 K7T2

€350,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 135 sqm approx

Architecturally designed detached residence standing in a slightly elevated position under a gently south facing gradient with surrounding lands which extend to approximately 6 acres of prime agricultural lands, suitable to any type of farming or horticultural enterprise.

Located in a beautiful scenic countryside setting, commanding panoramic views stretching out over the surrounding countryside and is set well back from the road with the immediate grounds laid out to lawns and the remainder in agricultural use.

It enjoys bright and spacious accommodation extending to 1453 sq. ft. approximately and comprising sitting room with vaulted ceiling and French doors, large kitchen/dining room, utility room, and three bedrooms with one en-suite including walk in wardrobe.

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Marlborough House, Ballinapierce, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, Y21Y0A5

€385,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 146 sqm approx

Perfectly presented, this elegant detached Georgian style residence enjoys a stunning modern bright and airy interior, immaculately finished with a keen eye for detail and then there are the gardens, 0.74 acres approx, a delight, a must for anyone with green fingers, beautifully landscaped, south and west facing, secluded with mature hedgerows trees, herbaceous borders and colourful flowerbeds.

Approached by a gravelled driveway, the house lies well back from the road, totally secluded and stands proudly out with its classical portico, ornate tiling, together with the lush greenery of the advancing Wisteria, Jasmine, Virginia and colourful rose bushes encompassed behind box hedging creating an appealing and welcoming façade.

This home enjoys a spacious light filled interior with warm colours and features decorative coving in all rooms, the airy hallway sets the tone, off which lies the living room with feature fireplace and inset stove, opposite side opens into delightful open plan kitchen/dining room combining living area, again with solid fuel stove, south west facing, catching the morning and evening sun, with bespoke french doors leading to the patio area and again with stunning garden and countryside vistas. On climbing the stairwell, you are immediately greeted by the large landing which accesses four spacious double bedrooms with the master bedroom en- suite and a large family bathroom.

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Kilcarbry House, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, Y21 V1K0 Sale Agreed

€350,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 319 sqm approx

An exceptionally well restored and delightful Period Home set in an idyllic position close to the River Boro and the historic Mill of Kilcarbry, along with enclosed courtyard incorporating two cottages and studio / loft and standing on c.2.5 acres with a partially walled in back garden enjoying immense seclusion and privacy.

A wonderful atmosphere prevails throughout this splendid property which has retained much of its original charm and character having been maintained tastefully by its present owners. The house itself has a T-shaped layout, constructed in 1820 with a second story added in 1840 via a gabled roof. Architectural features are the bargeboards and fine chimney stacks with highly decorated pots, high ceilings, sash windows, shutters, original fireplaces and stained glass door in hall.

More modern additions would be the sun terrace to the west (providing evening sunlight into the kitchen, via a glazed double height hipped roof) and the sunrooms to the east and west which maximise solar gain. An overhanging roof to the south also provides shade in summer whilst absorbing maximum gain in the winter months when the sun is lower.

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16 Willow Bank, Blackwater, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford Sold

€140,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 80 sqm approx

Delightful three bedroomed detached residence set in a small modern estate with lovely secluded south facing rear garden. Beautifully landscaped and enclosed with timber fence which backs onto a small stream.

The house is in excellent condition and situated within walking distance of the Village and all its amenities and furthermore, 10-15 minutes’ walk to the beach at Ballyconnigar with access to miles and miles of sandy beaches.

Accommodation comprises sitting room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 en-suite and shower room and extends to 861 sq ft approx.

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3 St Senans, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford Sale Agreed

€80,000 - Asking Price|2 Bedrooms, 139 sqm approx

Fine four bedroomed two storey home privately tucked away , providing extremely well appointed and spacious accommodation, and occupies a convenient location.

Internally the light-filled accommodation extends to 1242 sq ft and comprises entrance hall, two reception rooms, kitchen/dining room, utility room, wc. First floor accommodates four bedrooms and family bathroom.

This is a unique property by any standard well set back in a private enclave with large garden enjoying superbly planted beds providing an array of colour throughout the seasons with some fine mature fruit trees.

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Portsmouth House, Templeshannon, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford Sold

€200,000 - Asking Price|179 sqm approx

Situated in a pivotal position this 2 storey commercial unit facing the on flow of traffic over Enniscorthy’s old bridge and therefore benefiting from a high profile prominent position with substantial volumes of vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

Built in the late nineties Portsmouth House commands a substantial street frontage with the building extending to a total area of approx. 179 sq. m (1,926 sq. ft.) and forms part of larger commercial residential complex.

The property is excellent condition throughout currently laid out to offices with particularly striking views from the upper floor looking down over the river and the historic bridge.

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