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.

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. 


•Bachelor of Science Degree in Property
• Assoc. SCSI

Asscociate Member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland

Roseanne's Properties For Sale    View All

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.


BER C3 Rating
Liss Ard Estate, Skibbereen, Co. Cork

€7,500,000 - Asking Price|25 Bedrooms, 925 sqm approx

A truly remarkable residential estate with impressive early Victorian Mansion, large private pleasure lake complete with Victorian Lodge and a beach, several Guest Lodges and excellent Pleasure Grounds complete with Tennis Court, private 40-acre Lake with fishing and kayaking opportunities, the “Irish Sky Garden” designed by world renowned James Turrell including a unique man-made Crater to contemplate the ever changing Irish sky, design landscape gardens, tremendous stands of woodland and meadow grazing.

The entire estate comprises some 66 hectares (163 acres). In all the accommodation extends to some 1,685 square metres (18,135 square feet), providing 25 principal bedroom suites in the Mansion, adjacent Garden Mews and Lake Lodge.

Additional housing opportunities in the Coach House.

BER E1 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

Roseanne's Properties Recently Sold    View All

Donaguile House, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny Sale Agreed

€695,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 557 sqm approx

A late Victorian beauty on c.0.80ha (c.2 acres) of lawns, stables and a wonderful walled garden, which comes with the added bonus of a two storey mews. Fully Renovated while still retaining its original charm and splendour. A tranquil location, protected by stone walls and trees within a short walk of the pretty town of Castlecomer.

This late Victorian residence was purchased 15 years ago by the current owners. over the years they have completely renovated this delightful property and transformed it into a warm, charming and attractive family home, while retaining all of the original features and character.

The ground floor is full of light and warmth, comprising three main reception rooms – a large, light filled, bay windowed drawing room overlooking the front lawns, a warm inviting living/ family room and a large dining room with original wooden floors and fireplace leading to the open plan kitchen/breakfast room with an “Aga”, island, and further dining area.

BER exempt
Creagh Glebe, Skibbereen, Co. Cork Sold

€1,525,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 494 sqm approx

“A wonderful Georgian residence on c.6ha (15 acres) with breath-taking views and direct access onto the River Illen”

Amongst mature trees on the southern side of the Ilen estuary, hides Creagh Glebe House, a large classic two storey Georgian gem. Once the parish rectory, this proud home has classic proportions, large regular windows with views to match, and spacious rooms at each corner. Enjoying a dramatic coastal position with panoramic sea views of the Illen River Estuary and its own private pier.

Approached through a gravel driveway with paddocks at both side and views of the River Illen.

BER E1 Rating
Derrynid, Tuosist, Kenmare, Kerry Sold

€1,275,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 450 sqm approx

A truly spectacular property enjoying a most striking setting on the shores of Kenmare bay with views of the MacGillycuddy's Reeks Mountain range and benefiting from direct sea frontage.

Set on some 11ha (29.6 acres) of manicured grounds, woodland and shoreline. Derrynid Cove is located just 12 km from the Heritage Town of Kenmare. Kenmare Town is a charming old fashioned town in South Kerry and is without doubt one of Irelands most pleasant locations, somehow having avoided the over development of the previous decade which affected so many of Irelands picturesque towns and villages. Kerry Airport (Farranfore) is accessible within a 45 minute drive, servicing daily flights to Dublin and London and offering adequate facilities for private jets. Cork City (Ireland's second city), which has its own International airport with direct flights to many European Cities, is little more than a 70 minute drive from Derrynid Cove. Derrynid Cove is set directly on the south shore of Kenmare Bay.

The property enjoys its own private cove and pier. The pleasure grounds slope gently down to the waters of Kenmare Bay. A rocky peninsula reaching out from the west side of the foreshore curves towards the east acting as a natural harbour breakwater giving substantial shelter to Derrynid Cove. Derrynid Cove is home to one of Ireland's most spectacular unspoilt natural gardens comprising a splendid array of mature forestry, shrubbery and flowers with flowing stretches of pasture land running throughout. A splendid array of Rhododendrons and Camellias planted over the past thirty years result in a breath-taking vista of reds, pinks and blues. There are over a hundred different species of Rhododendrons within the grounds providing a truly magnificent setting throughout spring and summer. From the main house, and indeed from all parts of the pleasure grounds, there are fantastic views over much of the Atlantic Waters on Kenmare Bay towards the imposing MacGillycuddy Reeks mountain range in the far distance. The main house is approached from the public road by means of a long private avenue which winds its way through ancient oak trees giving inspiring glimpses of the spectacular Kenmare Bay. This approach exhibits a wonderful juxtaposition of the quintessential rugged Kerry landscape against the soft and lovingly maintained natural pleasure grounds. The journey to Derrynid Cove from Kenmare town is striking with much of the journey winding within a corridor of birch trees with glimpses of the bright blue waters of Kenmare Bay flashing through the gaps.

BER C1 Rating