Landmark building known worldwide from featuring in the historic â€œHeine" postcard collection as well as it's more recent Murphy's Stout gable end mural. This building is steeped in local history, it was once the site of the McNally Latin school where the famous Peadar O'Laoire went to school. The property which dates from the early 1800's is dramatically set between the street, the River Sullane and the walls of Macroom Castle and offers a secluded courtyard, raised garden and extensive yard hidden from public view. The ruins of number 1 as well as direct street access along with direct access to Macroom Castle Demense offers a rear opportunity to redevelop this truly unique property.
Entrance Hall - 2.09m x 1.15m
Tiled floor, pine paneled walls & ceiling.
Inner Hall - 4.55m x 1.1m
Tiled floor, spiral stairs to upper floors. Guest w.c.,split level.
Living Room - 5.45m x 3.8m
Multi fuel stove with back boiler, pine paneled walls & ceiling, window x 2, sink unit, tiled floor.
Dining Area - 3.2m x 2.4m
Solid fuel Rayburn range with back boiler, pine paneled walls, fitted bench/storage, open plan to kitchen.
Kitchen - 4.7m x 1.79m
Pine paneled & tiled walls, sink unit, steps to den.
Store/Shop - 2.11m x 2.06m
Door to street, shelving, terracotta tiled floor.
Den - 3.65m x 2.95m
Steps to kitchen, internal window to inner hall, access to sun room.
Sun Room - 2.65m x 2.31m
Access to gardens.
Utility Room - 3.43m x 2.66m
Fitted shelving, plumbed for washing machine & dryer, access to rear yard.
First Floor Return -
Bedroom 1 - 5.31m x 3.1m
Fitted wardrobes, window x 2, access to balcony & raised garden via escape window.
Bedroom 2 - 3.65m x 2.94m
First Floor -
Master Bedroom - 6.2m x 3.2m
Window x 2, fitted wardrobe, pine paneled walls.
Bathroom - 3.8m x 2.03m
Three piece white shower suite with mains & electric shower, walk-in hot-press.
Second Floor -