A wonderfully restored waterfront Georgian country house, set within a private estate and commanding fine views over the Oysterhaven inlet. Excellent access to Cork city and International Airport
Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Library, Study, Staircase Hall. Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room, 4 further Bedrooms Suites. Lower ground floor with Sunroom, Kitchen /Breakfast Room, Utility, Wine Cellar. Lift to all floors.
Landscaped grounds with Sun Terrace. Magnificent southeasterly aspects over Oysterhaven inlet.
TO LET PART-FURNISHED : FLEXIBLE LEASE TERM
Situated within the Newborough Estate and affording total seclusion and privacy, the newly restored Newborough House has been the subject of a comprehensive and sympathetic restoration project.
Newborough was built by George A. Daunt at the time of Griffith's Valuation in the mid 1800s. The house remained in the Daunt family until its sale in November 1900. On the 17th September 1965 the house suffered a catastrophic fire, gutting the upper stories and remained in a derelict state until 2017.
Having lain in a derelict state for some 50 years, the house has been restored with admirable attention to the utmost detail and using the finest materials to complement 4 floors of generous accommodation and afford sumptuous comfort.
The entrance front is set in a central bay flanked by two bows with a fanlighted doorway. The south facing viewfront is of 4 bays and to the western elevation is a round-headed stairway window over oculus. The principal rooms are bright and airy with 3.50 m high ceilings and large sash windows with sea views. There are 4 reception rooms and 5 bedroom suites, with large kitchen and sunroom to the lower ground floor.
Commanding a stunning rural position overlooking the Oysterhaven, the house has an enviable location only 25 minutes from Cork Airport and 35 minutes of the City, with Kinsale, the â€˜gourmet capitalâ€™ some 10 minutes distant.