It is a mid-terraced property circa ninety nine metres squared internally and is approximately 200 years old constructed in traditional stone and masonry techniques of the day. The roof is made of blue Bangor slate with a pebble dash finish to the external walls. There is a small enclosed rear yard with access.
The property has been extensively renovated in recent years with new plumbing and electrical works throughout, double glazed windows & doors including some internal doors. The insulation in the attic space has been installed and the property would seem to be in sound structural repair and decorated in keeping with the period of the residence
Accommodation consists of:
Living room with wood burning stove and original tiled floor.
The Study has timber floor and cast-iron open fire in the corner of the room.
The kitchen is small but functional with the large open fire with beam and crane turned into a feature.
The shower room on the ground floor also acts as a utility and is a very useful space.
First floor: Bedroom three is presently Work shop for book restoration mainly due to the impressive natural light the room enjoys.
Bedroom two is a double with timber floors and nice natural light.
Bedroom one, being the master bedroom, has en suite shower room and dressing room.
The dressing room may be accessed off the landing affording the users of bedrooms 2 and 3 access to the master bedroomâ€™s en suite facilities.
The property has been extensively renovated in recent years with new plumbing and electrical works throughout, double glazed windows & doors including some internal doors.
The property is an attractive one off and we highly recommend viewing
For much of its history, the town of Cahir has been influenced by the Butler family. It was known for much of its history as being a defence town with Cahir and Clonmel at the centres in South Tipperaryâ€™s Quaker population. It was one of the first towns to be linked by stagecoach in the nineteenth century when Charles Bianconi ...