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Manor House, Mill Park Road, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford


Price
€895,000

Type
Detached House

Status
For Sale

BEDROOMS
5

BATHROOMS
1

Description

Casey Kennedy / Coldwell Banker Commercial bring for sale Manor House, Mill Park Road , Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, a residential and commercial opportunity in the heart of Enniscorthy Co Wexford in Ireland's sunny south east.

Pride of place is the recent sensitive restoration of the 4 bedroom period home and gardens. Many of the original features have been retained, especially the decorative coving along the doors and windows in the living room and dining room.This fine home shares this large urban site with a 2 bedroom cottage and 2 derelict cottages. There is existing planning permission to replace the 2 bed cottage with a 30 bed hostel. It is also understood that grants of up to €140,000 may be available to bring the derelict cottages back to modern residential homes.

The property has further development potential SPP.

This is a stylish property offering income potential

The first thing you notice about the house is its elevated position surrounded by a mature and eclectic garden. Stepping through the front door reveals an impressive hallway showcasing the wide staircase. Off the hallway to the left is the living room with its very attractive dual aspect windows. The kitchen is split into two rooms with the dining area separate from the working area. A modern shower room and WC are accessed from here.Original tiles have been retained as well as the introduction of a traditional Aga. A formal dining room lies off to the right of the hallway with access to a disused scully / pantry. At the rear downstairs is a wine store , large storage room, boiler room and old coal stores.

Upstairs are 4 bedrooms with 2 en-suite and a family bathroom

Outside the quirky garden area boasts a selection of mature plants and trees including cordylines and monkey puzzle trees. Several seating areas are dotted around the garden.

This house is beautiful and is in walk in condition. The 3 km river-walk is on your doorstep along with all the amenities that this prosperous and bustling town has to offer. The house is also a mere 5 minute walk from both the bus station and the train station. Viewing is a must for anyone seeking a restored period family home with unlimited income potential. All viewing requests are to made through us as sole agents

About Enniscorthy

Motorway connection to Dublin and Dublin Airport. 90 minutes away. 25 minutes to Rosslare Harbour Ferry.

Enniscorthy is the second largest town in County Wexford located on the picturesque River Slaney and in close proximity to the Blackstairs Mountains and Ireland's longest beach, Curracloe. The town offers all the amenities and social outlets that modern life demand . And as a bonus it is seeped in history !

The town is overlooked by a majestic Norman Castle and under the gaze of Vinegar Hill, which was the site of the most significant battle of the Rebellion of 1798. Enniscorthy town is best known as the redoubt of the rebels of 1798 – their headquarters and last stand were on Vinegar Hill to the east of town.

The town has a number of historical sites and museums such as The Athenaeum on Castle St is a 1892 building hosting theatre, concerts and events, plus a small museum.

Total Floor Area 307 m2 Ground Floor 190 m2 Top Floor 117 m2

Features

  • Walk in condition
  • 3km riverwalk is on your doorstep
  • Mature and eclectic garden
  • 5 minute walk to both the bus station & train station

Accommodation


Note:
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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