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

€895,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 438 sqm approx

Description

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

A bright entrance hallway with a tiled floor. The two main reception rooms are gloriously proportioned and are located at either side of the hallway.

The drawing room has a bay window, giving plentiful light, coving, high ceilings, fireplace with open fire, centre piece, double glazed timber windows.

The dining room also benefits from a bay window, with views over the front paddocks. Fireplace with open fire, double glazed timber windows.

The hallway behind the two reception rooms leads to the first floor and to the rest of the accommodation on the ground floor. A door leads from the hallway to the side garden.

The office has views over the side garden, double glazed timber windows, carpet and fireplace.

The sitting room is a warm and comfortable room with a fireplace, double glazed timber window. Rose centre piece. Separate doors leads to the kitchen/breakfast room and playroom.

The play room is a bright and spacious room, which leads into the kitchen/breakfast room. Tiled floor, two windows overlooking rear coach yard.

The kitchen/breakfast room is a large light filled room with a tiled floor, three windows overlooking rear coach yard and side coach house. Fitted units and sink.

Utility room with tiled floor, sink, fitted units and storage area. Guest wc – tiled floor, wc and whb.

First Floor

Two stairs branch off the main stairs. Stairs to the left lead to the two main bedrooms.

Bedroom 1(front) is a double room. Double glazed timber window overlooking front paddocks, fireplace, coving.

Ensuite bathroom – bath and shower attachment, tiled floor, wc and whb.

Bedroom 2 (front) is a double room. Double glazed timber window overlooking front paddocks, fireplace, coving.

Ensuite bathroom – bath and shower attachment, tiled floor, wc and whb.

stairs to the right, off main stairs – bedroom 3 – (side of house) is a double room. Double glazed timber window and fireplace. Door to fitted wardrobe.

Ensuite bathroom – bath and shower attachment, tiled floor, wc and whb.

Bedroom 4 - (side of house) is a double room. Double glazed timber window and fireplace. Door to fitted wardrobe.

Ensuite bathroom – bath and shower attachment, tiled floor, wc and whb.

Bedroom 5 - master bedroom (rear of house). Double glazed timber window and fireplace. Door to fitted wardrobe.

Ensuite bathroom – bath and shower attachment, tiled floor, wc and whb.

The Coach House

The stone front coach house which is adjacent to the main house was converted into residential accommodation. Comprising of an entrance hall, guest wc, kitchen/breakfast room and a large living room with high ceilings. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, which are all ensuite.

The Coach Yard

The coach yard retains its original stone front and comprises of four coach houses and an office. The four coach houses are used for storage, a tack room and a guest wc. The office is a large bright area overlooking the coach yard.

The Stables and American Barn

The property comprises of 30 stables. There are three large stone fronted stables, located under the coach house. The American barn in the rear yard has 20 stables. Across from the American barn are seven stables.

Hay Barn & Storage

A four-span hay barn and storage shed is located in the stable yard.

Turnout Paddock

There are five turnout paddocks off the main yard.

Stud Railed Grazing Paddocks

The paddocks are stud railed with direct water to each paddock. Pathways lead from the main yard to these paddocks. There is also an access off the main avenue which swings around to the paddocks and yard. The land is currently in grazing.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER F
  • Number: 108870619
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 391.79kWh/m2/yr

About the Area

Portlaoise stands at a major crossroads (Dublin, Limerick, Cork) although construction in the 1990s of the M7 motorway, which bypasses the town, has reduced traffic congestion in the town centre. The town has a railway station served by intercity trains between Dublin and Cork and by Dublin commuter services. Córas Iompair Éireann opened a rail depot south-west of Portlaoise town centre in 2008. The depot provides a high quality maintenance and servicing facility for the 183 new intercity railcars and some facilities for outer suburban railcars serving the Kildare Route.