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Ballyogan with 6.5 Acres, Graiguenamanagh, Co. Kilkenny

€245,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty

BER G Rating

Description

Traditional farmhouse with 6.5 acres of land with a fantastic lake situated in the quiet and picturesque part of South Kilkenny.

This property, which offers a huge amount of space and additional outbuildings and sheds, boasts a superb location within 3km of beautiful Graiguenamanagh.

This property, which has an incredible character and charm, offers huge potential with extensive accommodation on offer.

The stone out-offices adjacent provide granite stone along with a large 4 span round roof hayshed to the side.

Huge potential in a glorious part of South Kilkenny.

Rooms

  • Hall (3.6m x 5.0m Staircase fitted.)
  • Sitting Room (3.8m x 4.0m Tiled fireplace and coving.)
  • Living Room (4.0m x 4.1m Tiled fireplace.)
  • Kitchen (2.1m x 4.1m + 4.0m x 4.0m Av. Solid fuel cooker.)
  • Toilet (2.5m x 3.5m W.C. w.h.b.)
  • Bedroom One (3.2m x 4.2m)
  • First Floor:
  • Bedroom Two (3.6m x 4.7m Av.)
  • Incorporating En-Suite (W.C. w.h.b. shower, tiled.)
  • Bedroom Three (3.8m x 4.1m Av.)
  • Incorporating En-Suite (W.C. w.h.b. shower, tiled.)
  • Landing (2.3m x 4.5m Av.)
  • Bedroom Four (2.3m x 4.3m)
  • Bathroom (2.0m x 2.0m W.C. w.h.b. bath.)
  • Bedroom Five (2.6m x 4.2m)
  • Outside:
  • Stone Buildings (6.0m x 10.0m Granite stone in need of repair.)

BER Information

  • Rating: BER G
  • Number: 106008659
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 824.43

About the Area

Graiguenamanagh is located on the R705 regional road by the border with County Carlow on the River Barrow at the foot of Brandon Hill. It is home to Duiske Abbey, the largest and perhaps the finest of the thirty-four medieval Cistercian abbeys in Ireland. Kilbride Coaches operate a route linking the town to Kilkenny via Gowran.

Walking and hillclimbing are among the more popular pursuits of Graiguenamanagh area and with the South Leinster Way meandering through the lovely Barrow Valley and traversing nearby Brandon Hill, scope is provided for the a gentle stroll or a vigorous, day-long hike. The Barrow's aquatic facilities include fishing, swimming, kayaking and canoeing. Graigue, as th town is popularly known, is home to a rowing club and the two popular sporting clubs, the G.A.A and the soccer club, Highview Athletic.

In the centre of the town, its handsome modern library features a comprehensive Local History Section. It provides an Internet Service to the public and, in addition to its other functions, hosts periodic art exhibitions. The very active Graiguenamanagh Historical Society also sponsor a series of talks and lectures at this venue during the winter season. Adjacent to the library is The Abbey Centre, the home of a Christian Art Gallery and small museum. Here also for the genealogically inclined may be perused the Graiguenamanagh Parish Birth and Marriage Registers