Sherry FitzGerald Country Homes, Farms & Estates

Rheindross House, Baltracey Cross, Maynooth, County Kildare

€1,150,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 492 sqm approx

Rheindross House is a superb family home located within close proximity to Maynooth and Kilcock in the heart county Kildare on approx. 10.5 acres of pasture lands.


Rheindross House is a beautifully constructed family home with superb proportions and an excellent finish. The entrance hall, with feature solid oak staircase and tiled flooring, is a welcoming space. To either side of the hallway are two large formal living rooms with dual aspects and views to the front. Both these rooms have feature fireplaces and wooden flooring. To the rear of the ground floor is a fantastic family room with bar area. The formal dining room is a magnificent entertaining space, just beside the kitchen, with access to the rear gardens and patio area; perfect of barbequing and relaxing. The kitchen is finished immaculately with tiled flooring, an island unit with black granite worktop, AGA and solid wooden units. The ground floor is complete with a utility area, WC, family bathroom and storage area.

BER C1 Rating
Castlefarm House, Rathcoffey, County Kildare

€895,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 292 sqm approx

A superbly presented and spacious architecturally designed family home extending to some 3,143 sq.ft / 292 sq.m and enjoying a magnificent setting on approx. 0.75 acres with stunning views over the surrounding countryside and Rathcoffey Castle.


Castlefarm House is a magnificently presented family home built in 2004 and deigned by the renowned architect David Pym. The house, with stunning views over the surrounding countryside, was constructed to the highest standards and incorporates all modern conveniences, while still retaining the charm of a country home. The accommodation includes 3 reception rooms, 4 well-proportioned bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The residence is privately positioned on some 0.75 acre with beautifully presented landscaped gardens. The true elegance of this property is the ease at which it turns from a family home into an entertaining venue, and beautifully links the gardens with the house.

BER C2 Rating
Lot 2 - C.46acres(115acres), Kilmoyler, Cahir, Co. Tipperary

€1,550,000 - Asking Price|

The land

The land is approximately 46ha(115acres), some 41ha(102acres) of excellent grazing land and some 5ha(c.13acres) of forestry. The grazing land has been rented to a local dairy farmer and vacant possession will be given on completion of this sale. The land is well fenced with water troughs in all fields.

The forestry land

BER exempt
Kilmoyler House Lot 1 On C.24acres, Cahir, County Tipperary

€400,000 - Asking Price|8 Bedrooms, 527 sqm approx

Lot 1 - Kilmoyler House sits peacefully on some 9.71ha(24acres) with breath-taking views overlooking the Galtee mountains. NB: This property requires significant refurbishment. There is the option to purchase with more or less land, from c.5acres up to c.140acres.

A classical Georgian residence built in the late 18th century, which benefits from a right of fishery within the lands for sale, stone coach yard and excellent quality grazing land. Access to the M8 motorway and Cahir town are within a 5 minute drive.

Georgian residence

BER exempt
Little Hay & Garden Cottage, Sheen Falls, Kenmare, Co. Kerry

€1,750,000 - Asking Price|

A pair of enchanting thatched cottages on some 1.09 hectares (2.7 acres), Little Hay and the Garden Cottage sit on the shores of Kenmare Bay and close to the acclaimed five-star Sheen Falls Hotel.

Built in the traditional style to utterly modern standards, this pair of cottages are completely private. Buyers also have the option to purchase a third cottage, Marianne’s Cottage, which has its own separate entrance.

Little Hay

BER D1 Rating
The Cliff, Church Road, Tramore, Co. Waterford

€750,000 - Asking Price|677 sqm approx

A period property on an exceptional site, the cliff offers breathtaking views along Tramore’s golden stretch of sands, all the way to Brownstown Head.

Extended to add a substantial accommodation wing, both building and site have obvious potential for a variety of uses, or simply to be remade as a prominent and unforgettable home.

The original core of The Cliff has all the hallmarks of a classic Irish period country house. It would have stood on its prominent site for more than a century, commanding views along the strand, and across the town and the bay. Perhaps the home of a wealthy merchant, or the country house of a landowner, brought to Tramore by the opening of the railway in 1853, the site alone would have made this a very special spot.

BER D2 Rating
Belfield House, Kilpedder, County Wicklow

€3,250,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms, 460 sqm approx

A magnificent period house with approximately 460 sq.m (4,951 sq. Ft) of living space, in a mature setting on approx. 41 acres (16.58 hectares) of superb agricultural lands suitable for a number of purposes, all within a short commute of Dublin city centre, with a staff apartment and 2 bedroom detached residence in the grounds.


Belfield House is a detached five bay two storey house built approximately in 1780. The residence has distinctive curved ends to the front elevation and is beautifully positioned in a private enclosure with many mature trees for shelter. The main house extends to approx. 460 sq. m (4,951 sq. ft.) with ample family space and relaxing areas for both the summer and winter months.

BER exempt
Bunglasha Lodge, Oggonelloe, Killaloe, Co. Clare

€1,500,000 - Asking Price|8 Bedrooms, 471 sqm approx

A contemporary classic, Bunglasha Lodge sits on the water’s edge on the famous Lough Derg. With direct access, water frontage and uninterrupted views of the lake, and surrounded by woodlands and pastures, this tranquil property is set on some 3.13 ha (7.75 acres), and has its own private pier and dock, as well as three old stone cottages which benefit from the massive bonus of planning permission to be extended and turned into holiday homes, which are ideal for guest, or holiday home accommodation.

Offering tranquil privacy, a spectacular lake front setting, and all the comforts you would expect from an exceptionally well built contemporary space, Bunglasha Lodge is the perfect location for your family, whether as a fantastic getaway spot, or your year-round forever home.

The site is made up of a paddock, woodland, mature trees and lawns, sheltered by the nearby Coillte lands. Built in 2006, Bunglasha Lodge has a massive benefit of owning its shorefront, which makes this property extremely private.

BER C1 Rating
Fort Henry, Ballina, County Tipperary

€2,750,000 - Asking Price|7 Bedrooms, 648 sqm approx

Layered with history, and with a private harbour, boathouse and direct access onto Lough Derg, Fort Henry on some 47hectares (116acres) is an elegant period home offering exceptional views, 465 metres of water frontage and privacy.

Alongside the main house there is a charming mews, and courtyard cottage with a walled garden, lawns, a stream running through with a feature bridge. All within 1.5km of the charming twin towns of Ballina/Killaloe.

Fort Henry House

BER exempt
Beechwood, Castledillon Road, Straffan, County Kildare

€1,650,000 - Asking Price|5 Bedrooms, 385 sqm approx

Beechwood is a superb family home located in a much sought after area on the Castledillon Road, just outside the boutique village of Straffan, famous for being the location of The K Club Golf and Country Club. The residence is approx. 385 sq.m (4,149 sq. ft.) with some 2.23 hectares (5.51 acres) of lands.

Built in 2002, Beechwood is part of an exclusive 4 house development and is located privately on approx. 5.51 acres of lands. This unique property was architecturally designed and the attention to detail is impressive with special attention being paid to the light to the rear of the building and views to the surrounding countryside.

The entrance hall is circular in shape with a sky light, spot lights and marble floor and offers a welcoming space. This leads in to the drawing room with solid fuel fireplace, surround sound with views to the rear back garden. The bright dining room is located just off the kitchen for formal events or entertaining and is finished with spot lighting. This leads into the magnificent kitchen that is truly at the heart of the home. The architect has designed the kitchen in a way that makes the room part of the landscaped garden, while still retaining the warmth of the southeast facing aspect, with its plentiful windows. The kitchen has a convenient island unit with a black granite worktop for everyday use. There is good access through two sets of patio doors making the patio area excellent for entertaining or having barbeques. Just off the kitchen is a superb TV room, with wood burning stove and carpets.

BER B1 Rating
Cloneyhurke House, Portarlington, County Offaly

€900,000 - Asking Price|7 Bedrooms, 430 sqm approx

A magnificent period home with superb farm facilities suitable for a number of uses, privately located on approx. 56.24 acres / 22.7 hectares of superb gardens and grounds with excellent grazing lands.

Cloneyhurke House was built approximately 250 years ago and is in a private setting with superb railed avenue leading to the residence, making for an impressive introduction to the property. The mature trees surrounding the house set the scene, with the residence sitting the heart of the lands.

One can access this wonderful residence through the main entrance with its decorative cast iron double gates, flanked by railings on a limestone plinth wall and terminating in limestone piers, or from the agricultural entrance that leads directly into the farm.

BER exempt
Templecarrig House, Templecarrig, Greystones, Co. Wicklow, A63 DY90

€2,250,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 453 sqm approx

Templecarrig House is a most charming period residence on some 3.97ha(9.8acres) with breathtaking sea views, on a mature elevated site. A charming gate lodge greets you, as you enter through electric gates, up a sweeping avenue bounded by mature trees, giving much privacy. Two large paddocks lie either side of the avenue, giving room for horses and animals. The coach yard to the rear comprises of coach houses with stables and outbuildings. A two bedroom annex to the side of the property is useful as accommodation for a nanny/granny.

A superb double fronted residence, featuring bay windows on three elevations offering a true sense of light while capturing the commanding views looking down onto the picturesque seaside town of Greystones.

This fine period property is a two storey house with a large wine cellar basement, and a lot of very fine period features including ceiling roses, decorative cornices and extends to approx. 452 sq.m / 4,876 sq.ft.

BER E2 Rating
Kilfane House, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny

€1,250,000 - 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
Fletcherstown Lodge, Fletcherstown, Wilkinstown, County Meath

€885,000 - Asking Price|6 Bedrooms, 575 sqm approx

A magnificent family home of superb character in a mature setting on 20 acres / 8 hectares of excellent pasture lands, a short distance from the popular town of van in County Meath.

Fletcherstown Lodge is a wonderful modern home surrounded by 20 acres \ 8 hectares of superb lands giving a secure and private atmosphere with approx. 250 meter driveway. A charming traditional residence with all the modern conveniences of a house that was built in 2003.

The entrance hall to Fletcherstown House is a warm and welcoming space and links all the rooms perfectly. The kitchen, to the rear of the property, is really at the heart of the home and is a beautiful and bright space for all the family to enjoy, embracing traditional and modern elements such as an AGA cooker (electric, gas and oil), together with an island unit; a lovely area for breakfast. Complete with granite worktop, larder and recessed lighting the kitchen has double doors leading to the south facing patio area, together with double doors to the formal dining room with its wooden floors. This room flows with ease into the drawing room offering dual aspect windows, making this a bright and relaxing space. The drawing room is fully carpeted and features a magnificent marble surround solid fuel fireplace. There are two sets of double doors also leading to the patio area, perfect for entertaining in the summer months. Across the hall is the family room with wood burning stove, perfect for all day family living. There is an impressive private ensuite guest bedroom and a study, with recessed lighting, making the ground floor spacious and well planned. This floor is completed with a utility room and bathroom.

BER C1 Rating