Bracklin Country House & Stables
Great consideration has been given to the orientation of the site and the property is the designed to maximise the light potential and this is immediately evident upon entering the property. A welcoming entrance hallway has a spacious sitting room leading to a large light filled living cum dining room which in turn leads to the kitchen. This superb open plan space with a number of windows and patio doors and is perfect for family living and entertaining and the rear of the property offers stunning glimpses of the land beyond. The kitchen is truly gorgeous with its AGA oil cooker, island unit with marble top. Here there is a relaxing space to enjoy its westerly aspect and doors lead to a delightful paved patio area planted with a variety of flowers and shrubs. Also at ground floor level is a generous boot room/utility space with wc adjacent, a double bedroom with en suite to the front of the property and a guest wc complete the accommodation at ground floor level. Upstairs you will find four generous double bedrooms (4 en suite and one of which is shared with the large family bathroom) many of the rooms have a dual aspect which maximise the light to great effect.
The land is divided in to two hayfields and 8 paddocks and is bordered by the Grand Canal tributary (now dry) and the Silver River. There is an American Barn with 5 large stables and could easily facilitate more stables, there is a large flood lit sand arena, luging ring and wash bay. An old three roomed cottage with half door is currently used for tack room and office and has a wood burning stove. There are also four older stables here.
The location is superb being with a ten minute drive of the vibrant town of Tullamore with its extensive amenities both essential and leisure and a selection of primary and secondary schools to choose from in both Tullamore and nearby Kilbeggan. As mentioned the N6 is in close proximity at Tyrellspass.
17 Acres of land - maps available
Filtered water system with water supply coming from own well
American barn with 5 large stables and space for more if required, plus 4 additonal stables in yard
Old 3 room cottage, currently used for a tack room / office with wood burning stove
Outbuildings/ sheds include: garden shed, carriage shed, hen house, duck house, tractor shed, tool shed, old stone butter house, garage with loft
Orchard garden with an array of fruit trees and bushes, Bar-B-Que area
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Aluclad double glazed windows
Arena and barn
Entrance Hall 9.00m x 1.70m (29'6" x 5'7") Ceiling cornice, dado rail, 2 large cloakrooms, understair press, bespoke carpet with border, bespoke solid oak staircase and guest bathroom
Kitchen 6.00m x 4.00m (19'8" x 13'1") Bespoke solid Pipa oak units, German made Naturo cork floor throughout, integrated fridge, double sink, marble worktop, kitchen island, oil fired red 4 oven AGA, patio doors to landscape patio, vaulted ceiling with wooden beams and Velux window, east, south and west facing windows.
Utility Room 5.20m x 4.40m (17'1" x 14'5") Spacious utility with double Belfast sink, full height presses for closet storage, plumbed for washer and dryer, pull out ironing board, laundry storage area, fully fitted kitchen units and ceramic tiled flooring.
Dining Room 5.00m x 4.00m (16'5" x 13'1") Hand painted coloured recessed circle in ceiling with hidden lighting. The windows are south and west facing with a port hole window and German made Naturo cork flooring
Living Room 6.00m x 5.30m (19'8" x 17'5") Triple aspect living room, vaulted ceiling with wooden trusses, wood pellet stove, patio doors to patio area, large roof light, window south and west facing and tv, broadband and phone points.
Sitting Room 6.00m x 4.50m (19'8" x 14'9") Cornice, beautiful cream marble fire place with gas fire, carpet, double doors to living. Windows to west & north, overlooking two front paddocks and driveway, tv, broadband and phone points and surround sound cinema system.
Guest Bathroom (Hallway) 2.25m x 1.10m (7'5" x 3'7") With feature glass basin, wc and whb
Bedroom 5 4.90m x 4.50m (16'1" x 14'9") dual aspect bedroom with walk in wardrobe and en-suite. Feature border, cornice, natura cork floor and windows overlooking front paddock and esker.
En-Suite 2.76m x 1.44m (9'1" x 4'9") Fully tiled with wc, glass whb and large shower
Guest Bathroom (utility room) 1.62m x 1.13m (5'4" x 3'8") Partly tiled with wc and whb
Bedroom 1 6.00m x 4.00m (19'8" x 13'1") Featuring walk in wardrobe, tv and broadband points, beige carpet, windows facing east, south and west overlooking Slieve Bloom mountains, barbeque garden, vegetable garden, orchard and fruit garden and en-suite.
En-Suite 2.38m x 1.18m (7'10" x 3'10") Fully tiled, large shower, wc and glass whb
Bedroom 2 4.70m x 4.50m (15'5" x 14'9") West and north aspect bedroom overlooking front paddock, orchard and fruit garden, built in wardrobe and built in book shelves, tv, broadband and phone points and en-suite
En-Suite / Bathroom 2.57m x 2.55m (8'5" x 8'4") Fully tiled en-suite with large shower, wc and glass whb
Bedroom 3 4.40m x 3.40m (14'5" x 11'2") Complete with built in wardrobes and book shelves, tv, broadband and phone points and en-suite
En-Suite 2.73m x 1.21m (8'11" x 4') Fully tiled en-suite with large shower, wc and glass whb
Bedroom 4 5.00m x 3.70m (16'5" x 12'2") East and north aspect bedroom overlooking esker and paddock, walk in wardrobe, connecting door to main bathroom, tv, broadband and phone points
Store / Laundry Room 2.08m x 1.27m (6'10" x 4'2") Fully shelved walk in for laundry storage
Recreation Area 71 sqm Complete with games area
BER Number: 109520619
Energy Performance Indicator: 106.56 (kWh/m2/yr)
About the Area
Kilbeggan (Irish: Cill Bheagáin, meaning "The church of Bécán") is the main town in Barony of Moycashel, County Westmeath. Kilbeggan is situated on the River Brosna, in the south of County Westmeath. It lies south of Lough Ennell, and Castletown Geoghegan, north of the boundary with County Offaly, about 9 kilometres north of Tullamore. Kilbeggan is surrounded by the gently rolling Esker Riada, the linear sand hills that stretch across the Irish midlands, which were left by retreating glaciers at the end of the last ice age.
The N6 - the main route between Dublin and Galway - originally passed through Kilbeggan, meeting the N52 in the town centre. Both the N6 and N52 have been re-routed to bypass the town to the south, with the road through the centre now reclassified as the R446 regional road. Regular buses between Dublin and Galway call at the town, with some services also operating to Tullamore. The nearest rail services operate from Clara, Tullamore and Mullingar.
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