This historic Edmund Rice monastery / Christian Brother house offers extensive accommodation over 2 levels. In summary at ground floor it comprises 2 receptions rooms, a dining room with serving hatch from the kitchen, a utility room and guest en suite bedroom with office or dressing room. At first floor there are a further 8 bedrooms off a wide corridor together with a shower room and chapel / oratory. Interior features include parquet flooring and stained glass.
Externally, the property sits on an extensive and enclosed site of approx. 1 acre with mature landscaped gardens and wooded area to the rear together with ample parking to the front on a tarmacadam area. The property is bound to the south by the railway line and to the north by the Pill Road.
Period house dating from circa 1805.
Potential for office / medical / corporate or other uses subject to planning permission.
We understand the property sits on a site of approx. 1 acre.
The property is located on the southern side of the Pill Road just before the Railway Bridge as you enter Carrick on Suir travelling from Pilltown or just after the Railway Bridge travelling from Clonmel.