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

Worlds End House, Castleconnell, County Limerick

€1,200,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 530 sqm approx

A wonderful Georgian residence built in 1750 sitting on a peaceful setting of approximately 2.23ha (5.5 acres) overlooking the River Shannon, tastefully extended and refurbished in 2006 to an extremely high standard incorporating contemporary living with the charm of this Georgian house.

Built in 1750, the original house was renovated and substantially extended by its current owners in 2006. A gravelled driveway passes the original gate lodge (sympathetically restored to its former glory), leading to the front and rear courtyards. Entering via the original hall, the house comprises a formal dining room to your right, with a drawing room and music room to the left. A parquet wood floor descends to the lower level, past the laundry to the master suite. On the ground and upper levels there are a further three bedrooms, each of them as generous as the last. The main bathroom sits at the centre of the upper level, and is complete with the highest quality Porcelanosa ceramics, fittings and faucets. A half-landing provides both a reading space and a seamless corridor to the extended portion of the house.

Utilizing the most advanced materials and building techniques, the current owner’s, and their architect have created an open-plan living space unlike any other. The professional-standard Gaggenau fitted kitchen is complete with wall-mounted convection ovens, barista and a Varenna island workstation. During the day, natural light pours from a fully retractable wall of French doors - while at night, programable mood lighting can be controlled via the nearest device to hand. The Crestron Home Automation system extends to the underfloor heating, security and multi-room audio playback.

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
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

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
Mallardstown, Callan, County Kilkenny Sale Agreed

€1,100,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 336 sqm approx

A delightful country house on some 17 hectares (42 acres) surrounded by mature trees and hedging. Stunning views over the King’s River and weir which flows through by the entrance and avenue. A large garage and six stables, plus an area that could easily be converted to a sand arena makes this an ideal family home. A self-contained unit to the side of the house is perfect for staff accommodation.

Mallardstown is approached by a stone wall and electronic gates, the tarmac avenue leading to the house is bounded by stud railing and mature trees. The Kings River and weir give a serene setting flowing under the bridge of the avenue. Towards the top of the avenue, the avenue forks, with one leading to the yard and the other leading to the house. The main residence was built in 1979 and the current owners have improved the property over the last few years. Bright and light filled accommodation over three levels.

The ground floor has a wing with its own separate access which can be used as a self- contained unit or as part of the main family home.

BER C2 Rating