Mountain Sporting Estate with Period Residence

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Glenasmole Lodge, Glenasmole, Co. Dublin, D24 TP86, Ireland, Bohernabreena (Ireland)

5 Bedrooms · 4 Bathrooms · 280Floor area

€3,950,000

Country home

Parking

5 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

280m²

Garden

Pool

Not furnished

Description

Enter this monument to tranquillity and history, positioned eloquently between Dublin city and the vast Dublin Mountains. Glenasmole Lodge, Glenasmole, County Dublin: it’s an address that hardly applies to just any home. This 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom, detached country residence graces 280 sq metre of history and aesthetic brilliance.

Few locations can rival the two combined souls of this home. Found nestled just over 10 miles south of Dublin City Centre, it basks in the span of Glenasmole Valley, a captivating and soothing rural niche. The area is fondly known as the Valley of the Thrushes or the Valley of the Smouldering Embers, exuding a serene and undisturbed charm that is suggests a step back into time.

The valley is generously endowed with an array of flora and fauna, including towering Scots Pines, beeches, and mountain ash offset by brilliant blooms of rhododendrons. The Glenasmole lodge holds an essential role in this tableau, offering a performance of architectural brilliance that could give Broadway a run for its money. But that isn’t all.

The climate and location of Glenasmole are an impeccable blend of refreshing mountaintop air and the moderate, ocean-tempered weather of Dublin. Enjoy four distinct seasons with a touch of surprise - a winter sprinkling of snow or a summer day that edges towards the tropic, with the wind serving as a courteous guide through the seasonal transitions.

The proximity to the source of the River Dodder, which meanders through the lands, and the breathtaking Glenasmole Reservoir offer seemingly endless opportunity for native and overseas buyers alike. Walking trails, equestrian paths and a plethora of green spaces add another layer of depth to the living experience. The Glenasmole locality resounds with tranquillity that is the sweet note to the vibrant hum from the heart of Dublin city.

Now approaching this beautiful country home, one becomes spellbound by the enchanted magic of the house and its surroundings. The Glenasmole Lodge is truly a home of immense historical significance where every brick has a tale to tell. The lodge has been turned into a Swiss Chalet over the years and boasts authentic eighteenth and early nineteenth century decorations, with a number of period ornamental details.

Amenities:

- South-facing paved terrace
- Kidney-shaped swimming pool
- Pool house in Neo-Regency style
- Tennis court
- Cutting garden of hybrid tea and floribunda roses
- A stone farmhouse featuring elegant stone outbuildings

Features:

- Multiple formal reception rooms
- Ornate Diocletian window
- Ornate cornicing
- Extraordinary fireplaces
- Georgian houses facing decoration
- A secondary library staircase
- Two garden tables in early cast-concrete
- Stabling and old coach house

The current condition of the property is good, and has the potential to be transformed into an even more charming gem. The nearby sand arena broadens the spectacle and function alike, heightening the equestrian joy. The land around the house offers grazing opportunities and bridges the remaining lands that abound with mountain-quality splendour.

Living in a country home like Glenasmole Lodge is more than living in a house; it's about embracing and celebrating nature and history. It's about understanding that your backyard is not just four walls but the panoramic majesty of valleys, mountains, and a reservoir. Experience the extraordinary property yourself and allow its story to become embedded in the narrative of your own life.

Locking down the Glenasmole Lodge at a price of $3,950,000 makes it not just a purchase but an investment in a lifestyle of peace and serenity that remains within arms reach of one of Europe’s liveliest capitals, a unique and enchanting combination that is rarely found elsewhere.

Details

Amount of bedrooms
5
Size
280
Price per m²
€14,107
Garden size
38200
Has Garden
Yes
Has Parking
Yes
Has Basement
No
Condition
good
Amount of Bathrooms
4
Has swimming pool
Yes
Property type
Country home
Energy label

Unknown

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Located on an exquisite and elevated c.1 acre site on the edge of Carlow town, Four Winds is a 5-bedroom detached house that effortlessly exudes charm. It is surrounded by a beautifully landscaped mature garden, offering different picturesque views from each corner. Blessed with ample living space, the property includes a wraparound living/office area boasting splendid views of the lush garden from almost every window. All the rooms are generously proportioned, making this home an undoubtedly great choice for families. The property has reached the market redefining the standards of house listings in the last ten years. Access to Carlow town centre is straightforward, with a footpath leading all the way through. Plus, travelling to other parts of Ireland is quick and easy with the M9 motorway just 10 minutes drive away, connecting Carlow to Dublin, Kilkenny and Waterford. Upon entering the property, the ground floor reveals a hallway with clean, tasteful maple flooring and a convenient WC off. The kitchen is fully tiled and offers plenty of floor and eye-level storage. A cozy wood burning stove along with an oven & hob system brings warmth to the room. There's also a utility area adjacently located, featuring a sink unit complemented by a tiled floor. The sitting room carries an enchanting feel with its impressive cut stone fireplace that reaches the ceiling height, whereas the neighbouring secondary family room offers additional seating space, ideal for quiet reading time or home office. Ascending to the first floor, it hosts five bedrooms. The master bedroom features an adjoining shower and vanity unit, fitted Sliderobes for convenient storage and comfy carpeting. The guest bedroom has a hotpress, vanity unit, wardrobe, and a laminate floor. The remaining three rooms offer varying features such as wall to wall wardrobes, double wardrobes, vanity units, and different types of flooring. Completing the first-floor accommodation, there’s also a bathroom with essential fittings. Stepping outside, the property includes a lofted double garage with a loft area used for storage and curating a home entertainment setup. The secure rear yard with an access off the wraparound living area is perfect for families with kids. Additionally, the well-curated garden has a charming fish pond, water feature and fountain to elevate the ambiance. Amenities: - Security gate - Security system consisting of motion-activated light & seven cameras - Emergency lighting on ground & first floors - Double glazed uPVC windows - Lofted double garage - Secure rear yard Property Features: - High-quality maple flooring in the hallway - Tiled, storage-equipped kitchen - Wraparound living/office area - 5 well-designed bedrooms - Landscaped mature garden Living in Carlow is full of simple pleasures like taking walks on the scenic Tullow Road or taking part in the recreational activities at St. Lawrence O Tooles Athletic Club and Eire Og GFC, both located nearby. It is a town with a perfect blend of rural charm and urban conveniences. Located just 1km from the town centre, daily essentials are within a casual walk away – supermarkets like Lidl, pharmacies, schools, and the filling station – making everyday living easy and enjoyable. The climate is typical of Ireland, with the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, ensuring a temperate maritime climate. Winters are milder than expected for such a northerly area, and summers are relatively cool. Rainfall is evenly distributed throughout the year, providing that lush, green scenery Ireland is renowned for. Living in a house like Four Winds offers a warm and inviting atmosphere interlaced with a tasteful, timeless design. With its strategic location and well-designed spaces, you're not just buying a house – you're finding a new home to create precious memories. So, if you're seeking a family home that skillfully balances comfort, style, and functionality, your search might just be over with this property. Offered at 565,000 euros, this outstanding property is an investment worth considering for its quality, location, and potential. Don’t pass up this remarkable opportunity to call Four Winds your home.

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Introducing a charming and delightful three-bedroom bungalow situated uniquely in Febog, Rockfield Road, Kells, Ireland. This home, nestled amongst verdant landscapes, provides a quaint yet convenient dwelling. The property commands a generous space of about 72.49 sqm that's also an interesting opportunity for those looking to seamlessly merge the tranquillity of country living with the conveniences offered by the proximity to Kells town. The property parlays an acre of picturesque exclusivity accentuated by warm natural light flooding through every corner of the house. It is located a short drive (~3km) from the heart of Kells town making it an ideally-connected home. This property is within easy reach of the significant M3, making for smooth road connections to the rest of the country. Living in Balrathboyne, you will enjoy the beauty of the Irish countryside, easy access to city life, and the incredible atmosphere of the local GAA football pitches at Grangegodden. The mild climate, dominated by fresh oceanic air, adds an additional dose of pleasure to living in this part of Ireland. The bungalow's charmingly classic exterior gives way to a warm and welcoming interior. The abode incorporates three comfortably sized bedrooms, each donned with fitted wardrobes. The ample space in the living room is additionally warmed by a solid fuel stove and fitted shelving units. The sitting room, arrayed with an open fireplace, solid oak flooring, and a classic stacked stone fireplace invoking a sense of cosiness and nostalgia. The bungalow is equipped with 1 fully tiled bathroom coupled with luxury essentials, such as an electric shower, wash-hand basin, and WC. The heart of any home, the kitchen, is kitted out with a fully integrated oven, hob and extractor fan. List of amenities: - Three bedrooms - Sitting room with an open fireplace - Living room with a solid fuel stove - Fitted kitchen, - Parking space - Children's playhouse - Storage shed. - Outside fenced-off field - Patio area Property features: - Well-fitted wardrobes - Spacious rooms - Solid oak flooring and fitted shelving units - Rear porch - Store room Embrace the spirit of do-it-yourself with this original and solid condition bungalow. Although the property is in good condition, there's plenty of potential for the savvy investor or first home buyer to turn this property into their dream home. Living in this bungalow presents an opportunity to appreciate the beautiful country vistas, manicured grounds teeming with lush greenery and spots ideal for a relaxing afternoon or al fresco dining. Plus, as it is set on a large site, you can enjoy outdoor activities with your kids in your own backyard. Experience the calming ambience of countryside living while enjoying easy access to city conveniences. This bungalow is a delightful paradox of tranquillity and comfort. So, come live amidst the serene rurality of Kells, enjoy a captivating lifestyle, and make this charming bungalow your next home.

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Located in the peaceful and accessible countryside of Ireland is an attractive 3 bedroom bungalow, ready for new owners. This charming property offers remarkable potential for those with an artistic eye. The house is located in Carrickspringan, a pleasant area on the outskirts of Moynalty village, that provides the perfect fusion of tranquillity and accessibility. The bungalow sits on approximately three acres of green, lush land. Imagine the splendour of having your personal garden to explore, express your green thumb or create a playground for the children. Initially built over a century ago, it carries a historical charm and has experienced thoughtful extensions over time, all perfectly aligned to cater to contemporary needs. The living area is welcoming and inviting, featuring carpet flooring and a solid fuel stove. Providing a warm and cosy atmosphere during Ireland's chilly evenings. The kitchen is spacious and practical, fitted out with suitable amenities and a delightful window view to the beautiful outdoors. Further, the property offers utility areas. The primary bathroom and guest toilet are well-positioned within the space and possess tiled flooring for easy maintenance. There are three well-sized bedrooms, two of which provide fitted wardrobes, and a range of flooring options give each room its personality. Amenities include: - Well water supply - Septic tank - Oil fired central heating (OFCH) Property highlights: - Three well-proportioned bedrooms - Utility areas - Extensive land area - Historical charm with modern extensions Living in Moynalty, Kells you get the best of both worlds. It is a quaint, picturesque village where life moves at a relaxed pace. You'll enjoy being part of such a close-knit community. Yet, you are only a short drive away from Kells town and the M3 motorway, meaning amenities such as shops, eateries, parks, and other services are all conveniently available. Furthermore, this location is ideal for those seeking a peaceful lifestyle while maintaining the benefit of straightforward commute options. The local climate tends to be of a mild nature, with enough rainfall to keep the surrounding countryside green and flourishing throughout the year. Winters can be colder but are usually not excessively harsh. You will genuinely experience the beauty of all four seasons. Living in an Irish countryside house not only provides superior comfort and serenity, but it also situates you amongst history and culture. This property maintains a balance between its historical roots and modern life, making it the ideal purchase for those who appreciate rich history, culture and potential for personalisation. At 290,000 euros, this is an attractive proposition. Whether you're an overseas buyer looking to live, invest, or are considering a beautiful holiday home, this house offers fantastic potential. It is a good condition, meaning you won't need to worry about major repair work, yet there remains ample room for adding your unique touch. To fully appreciate all this home has to offer, we strongly recommend arranging a viewing. It stands proudly, ready for its next transition, and radiates potential for becoming your dream Irish countryside home.

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Welcome to a unique opportunity to own a stunning slice of the Emerald Isle, in the picturesque location of Liselican, Borris, Ireland. This four-bedroom, five-bathroom detached house is an outstanding family home cloistered in the lush foothills of Mount Leinster. Stretching comfortably over two well-designed floors, the house boasts an impressive 180 square meter living space. This magnificent house is being offered at a market value of €565,000. As you approach, the granite-clad front door offers a warm welcome, opening into a large hallway charmed with a salvaged antique parquet floor. On the left, a generously sized living space waits to be adapted to your personal needs, whether that be a tranquil lounge, play area or a productive home office. Opposite, another living room offers options for seclusion or guest entertainment. Adding a homely touch, a convenient bathroom designed in preparation to be converted as a wet room if you so choose, is within easy reach. Beyond, you step into the heart of the home - a cheerful and spacious kitchen. Here, family meals can transform into precious memories. The utility room to the right of the kitchen caters perfectly for any storage needs. The kitchen's split-level design naturally extends into a dining room, currently used as a living room, which in turn opens into a grand sunroom and then out onto a beautiful patio area. Here you envision happy family gatherings or quiet mornings cradling a cup of coffee while basking in Ireland's characteristic soft sunlight. Amenities include: - Large living room - Second living area - Bathroom with option to convert to a wet room - Spacious kitchen - Utility room - Dining room - Sunroom - Patio area On the first floor, three bedrooms await. Two of these are en-suite providing independent spaces within the home. Also on this floor are a master bathroom, a study and a large hot press/laundry room, fitted with efficient clothes drying facilities. The top floor of the house, accessible by a second set of stairs, is dedicated to storage and additional utility spaces. A large storage room, bathroom and another large storage area allow for any seasonal or rarely-used items to be neatly tucked away. Property Features: - Four bedrooms – two of which are en-suite - Five bathrooms - Large hot press/laundry room - Energy efficient: solar, solid fuel, and oil heating options - Two separate living areas - Two floors of living space Sited within the scenic heart of Carlow, the house is close to nearby Borris, a Georgian village acclaimed as one of Carlow's finest. Multiple golf courses, equestrian facilities, superb fishing spots, engaging kayaking & rowing routes, and the renowned GAA club of Mount Leinster Rangers, offer a vibrant, active lifestyle. Less than an hour away by car, larger urban hubs of Carlow and Kilkenny provide an endearing mix of the modern and traditional Irish experience. All this, enhanced by Ireland's temperate climate with its long light-filled summers and mild chilly winters. Living in Liselican offers unparalleled access to the surrounding Blackstairs mountains and Mount Leinster's idyllic walking and cycling paths, offering year-round opportunities for the outdoor enthusiasts. Yet, despite its tranquil and remote feel, essential amenities are surprisingly close at hand. Living in this house presents a perfect blend of modern and traditional, comfort and style – a place where you can feel at home, and a community where you can belong. An inviting haven nestled in Ireland's majestic landscape. This four-bedroom, five-bathroom detached house awaits your arrival, ready to be transformed into a comfortable and cherished home.

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Presenting to you a hidden jewel of a 4-bedroom detached house, situated in a cozy corner of New Ross, County Wexford, Ireland. Here, privacy is a friend as the residence is nestled within nearly an acre of charismatic countryside confines. With an enticing combination of unique architectural design and optimal location, this house is certainly something special; a sanctuary hidden away in the vibrant canvas of Wexford's rural charm. Upon your very first encounter, you will be greeted by rays of warm sunlight bathing the house throughout the day. The design ensures natural light illuminates the generous living spaces, establishing an atmosphere of comfort and serenity. The patio area, beautifully bounded by lush hedges, is an idyllic outdoor retreat. Setting foot into the house, the attention to detail immediately captures the eye. From hardwood flooring to high ceilings, the open plan layout successfully achieves a balance of elegance and homely warmth. Imagine yourself relaxing in the living room, soaking in the breathtaking garden views within the comfort of your home, or cooking up a storm in the modern, high gloss kitchen fitted with integrated appliances and a tiled floor. This house has: - 4 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms - A Modern high gloss kitchen - Appliances included - An Integrated garage The heart of the house, arguably, rests in its magnificent, boundary wrapping garden which provides absolute seclusion. It boasts a lawn blooming with raised flower beds, mature hedging, and a variety of trees including a copper beech tree. The garden also features a water feature, a storage shed, and a private sunny patio, all crafted beautifully providing the best of nature's bounty. Living in New Ross offers an intersection of rural tranquility and the vibrant buzz of the South East. Known for its maritime heritage, the town is a trove of fascinating historical landmarks, lively Art festivals, blossoming greenery and mesmerizing ripple of the River Barrow. Add to that the convenience of having everything from schools and healthcare centers to shopping outlets and entertainment zones in close proximity, and the residence becomes more than just a house, it's a lifestyle. The local climate here in Wexford is known as Oceanic, typified by mild, moist conditions with plenty of rainfall to keep the surrounding countryside lush and green year-round. Wexford enjoys a longer summer compared to the rest of Ireland, which correlates to warmer, drier days that make venturing outdoors a joyful experience. As it stands, the house is in good condition. In addition to being a magnificent home, the integrated garage has the potential to be converted into a granny flat, games room, or a cinema for those seeking more living space. This New Ross based property is perfect for both overseas buyers seeking a peaceful retreat in the Irish countryside or for families in search of a nurturing environment for kids to grow slathered in nature’s charm and enveloped by community warmth. In truth, this house is a ticket to an idyllic rural life yet connected to the modern rhythm of life. Make it your escape from the demanding pace of everyday life or make it a long-term base for memory-making, this residence offers all possibilities. Savage beauty outside, elegant comfort inside - what more can one ask for in a home! At the end of the day, you'll definitely agree – it's not just another house, it's a home with a soul.

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Introducing a delightful 3-bedroom detached bungalow, nested snugly in the lush landscapes of New Ross, Wexford, Ireland. This charming bungalow makes an idyllic retreat from the noise and bustle of city life, while still offering easy access to the conveniences of a city. It is positioned on mature grounds, mere minutes from the town center of New Ross itself. Within the confines of this 110sqm bungalow, you'll find a cozily apportioned living room, kitchen and dining room. All three bedrooms are comfortably sized, and the property includes a single bathroom as well. Naturals light flows abundantly through dual aspect windows in the kitchen and living room, adding an airy, vibrant touch to the place. Outdoors, it offers a stoned drive, plenty of off-street parking, and enchantingly well-tended gardens that beckon for lazy, leisurely days out in the fresh air. A collection of useful outhouses further sweetens the deal, providing additional storage or workspaces. Local Amenities: - Just 1km from the New Ross N25 bypass - Easy, 5km distance to New Ross town center - Proximity to the prime city of Waterford, just a 20km drive away - Short driving distance to the John F Kennedy Arboretum and Dunbrody Abbey - Beaches of Duncannon and Fethard on Sea within easy reach Living within this community in Oldcourt, you will find that there is a distinct, calming rhythm of life, characteristic of this region of Wexford. The local people are friendly, generous, and community-oriented, making new arrivals feel welcome swiftly. For those who love exploring, natural treasures like the enchanting John F Kennedy Arboretum, the historical wonders of Dunbrody Abbey, and the tranquil local beaches of Duncannon and Fethard on Sea are all within convenient reach. Climate-wise, Wexford enjoys milder winters and warmer summers compared to the rest of Ireland. Expect gentle sea breezes, moderate rainfall, and plenty of invigorating fresh air all year round. What is it like living in a bungalow like this one? Think tranquillity, simplicity, and privacy. This is the environment where slowing down comes naturally and the worries of the world seem to drift away with the breeze. Here, every day feels slightly longer, as if graciously allowing you to savor each moment a little more. This home creates space and invites a type of living that is on the quiet, unhurried side. This property comes in good condition but allows plenty of room for adding personal touches and improvements. Roll up your sleeves, bring your vision, and make it the home of your dreams. The kitchen may need modern appliances, the bathroom is functional but could benefit from a fresh look, and the garden – while being quite lovely as it is – could bloom under a gardener’s dedicated care. The Property Features: - 3 comfortably sized bedrooms - A single bathroom - A cozy kitchen/dining room - A vibrant, sunlit living room - A stoned drive with ample off-street parking - Well-maintained gardens - Additional outhouses The property value sits at €210,000 for this detached bungalow. A worthwhile investment for those seeking a peaceful lifestyle within the Irish countryside, with the convenience of nearby towns and cities. The sense of community, the natural beauty, and the opportunity to customize it into your perfect sanctuary make this real estate truly unique. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Wexford countryside, and fall in love with this inviting bungalow.

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Welcome to your dream home nestled in the picturesque town of Ramsgrange, Wexford, Ireland. Here we present for consideration, a beautiful, 2065 sq. ft (192 sq. m) modern detached property known as Rowan House. Strategically located in the heart of South County Wexford, this home brings the breath-taking coastlines of the Emerald Isle right to your doorstep. The house exudes a refreshing vibrance and stands as a testament to well-thought architectural beauty. Designed with a high energy rating, the home is as eco-friendly as it is aesthetic. The interior of Rowan House is just as chic as its exterior. Intricately crafted with deluxe quality fittings, the house boasts five spacious bedrooms, each offering a unique view of Ireland's stunning landscape. Here's a glimpse into the features of the house: • Five spacious bedrooms including a master ensuite with a walk-in wardrobe • Three state-of-the-art bathrooms • A high-specification kitchen adorned with a convenient island and top-of-the-range appliances • A cozy living room graced with a feature bay window and open fire • A multifunctional room that can serve as either a dining room or a fifth bedroom • A large forecourt for ample off-street parking • A generous size garage (6.46m x 3.98m) equipped with roller doors – perfect for storage. • Mature, well-manicured gardens in the front and backyards Ramsgrange, Wexford is a town rich in history, cultural experiences and unique attractions. Living in this vibrant community offers a mixture of tranquillity and vitality. Supermarkets, top-rated schools, local shops as well as cultural hotspots like the Fethard, Duncannon, and the award-winning beaches are just a stone's throw away from Rowan House. Nearby is the Passage East Car Ferry, providing a seamless connection to Waterford and Rosslare harbour, allowing for convenient travel and exploration. The local climate Wexford offers is mild and temperate. The town is one of Ireland's sunniest places, boasting more than 7 hours of sunshine in the summer. Winters, while cool, are less harsh compared to the country's typical climate, which makes Wexford a comfortable place to live all year round. Living in a detached house, especially one as well-designed as Rowan House, affords the luxury of privacy and spaciousness that you and your loved ones can enjoy. The smart design of the house facilitates natural light making your abode bright and cheerful. A little sprucing up might be required to personalize the space to your specific taste, but this house remains a gem in its current state. With mature, well-stocked gardens and a mature hedging providing ultimate seclusion, this house is the ideal retreat for those looking for a peaceful, private haven. The experience of residing in this vibrant locale, combined with the homely interior of Rowan House, creates the perfect balance of comfortable living and stimulating local experiences. This house is a fantastic option for a family dwelling or as a wonderful holiday home where one can escape and relax in a cozy, tranquil environment. We are offering this exceptional property for €445,000. Don't let the opportunity to own a piece of Irish paradise in South County Wexford slip away. Welcome home to Ramsgrange, the heart of the picturesque Wexford, Ireland, where dreams become reality.

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Welcome to an exciting opportunity to own a charming three-bedroom detached house located in the picturesque town of Fethard in the dynamic and vibrant county of Wexford, Ireland. This home is a perfect amalgamation of comfortable living spaces, practical amenities, and an exceptional location. To any overseas buyers seeking a tranquil and relaxed lifestyle in the lush landscapes of the Emerald Isle, this offering holds strong appeal. The house is generously spread across a vast 106 sq.m. (1,150 sq. Ft.), hosting a spectrum of living spaces that cater to diverse needs. However, the true charm of this establishment lies beyond its functional spaces. An expansive floored attic of 83 sq.m. (900 sq. Ft.) adorns the upper quarters of this dwelling. Decorated with skylights, it generously offers stunning views of the sea and the tranquil Slade Harbour. With the appropriate permissions, the attic holds great potential for conversion and expansion. The property finds itself nestled within a generous 0.6-acre site, graced with mature and meticulously maintained grounds. Coupled with its close proximity to Slade harbour, the old Norman Castle, and Hook Sub Aqua Club, the house oozes serenity and richness of history. The world-renowned Hook Head Lighthouse and several scenic sandy beaches are also within comfortable distances, ensuring a new adventure every day. House features: - Three spacious and light-filled bedrooms including an en-suite - Spectacular sea views and an arm's reach from Slade Harbour - Large floored attic with two skylights and mesmerizing views of the coastline and harbour - Enveloped by 0.6 acres of mature grounds with lawn areas - Large concrete side patio area - Work/storage shed to the rear of the property - PVC double glazed windows, slate roof, and double block insulated walls - Gravel driveway offering ample parking space Property amenities: - Mains water and septic sewage system - ESB and O.F.C.H. with a new condensing boiler - Functional solid fuel stove - Sky TV, telephone, and broadband Famous among lovers of history for its medieval ruins, Templetown is a locale wrapped with tradition and cultural history. Great emphasis is placed on community, creating a friendly and welcoming environment for newcomers and prospective residents. Despite its small size, bars and restaurants offering excellent local and international cuisine dot its landscape. With Wexford town and New Ross just a short drive away, you have immediate access to larger urban amenities. However, the star attraction of this property's location lies in its proximity to the heartbreaking beauty of Ireland’s natural environments. From the world-renowned Norman Castle to timeless Slade Harbour, the surrounding area is simply brimming with locations for tranquil walks and enchanting exploration trips. Life in Ireland comes with temperate and mild weather. Rainfall is plentiful throughout the year, resulting in the stunning green landscapes Ireland is so famous for. Despite the frequent rains, Ireland also experiences considerable sunshine, particularly during the summer months. In conclusion, this property presents a unique opportunity for overseas buyers to own a piece of Irish tranquillity in a home that is not just a comfortable living space but also forms part of the rich history and heritage of Ireland. While the house is in good condition, depending on the buyer's aspirations, it can be further refurbished to better meet individual preferences. If you are seeking a peaceful retreat or a place to call home, this could be your dream come true.

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