Airmount House was built in the 1830's on the bones of what was Airmount Cottage, some of which still remains along with a part of the horse yard and stable still within the boundary of the present property but orginally part of a larger farming property.
The orginial deeds tell the history including that of the former owners of which one was one of Queen Victorias sons.
The views from every window are spectacular, looking out over the River Slaney, the castle, the Cathedral and the town. The present house is three storeys, a basement that is the same frootprint as the upper floor, presently configured as a large bedroom and en-suite below the lounge area, oppisite is what would have been the orginial kitchen and sitting room for the servants.
On the ground floor is the entry with the kitchen to on side, all new with 5 burner gas hob, electric oven, dishwasher and new solid fuel stanley of vintage design. On the other side of the entry is the living room with built in bookcases etc. At the rear of the entry are the stairs to the basement and stairs to the first floor leading to two large bedrooms both en-suite with walk in wardrobes. The basement can be easily converted into a games area and has its own seperate access. Extensions to the rear or front of the house or a seperate houe are also possible as the property isnt listed.
When property was renovated a new boiler installed, new wiring, new insulation, double glazed windows and the house is fully alarmed. The residence sits on approx. half an acre with insulated workshop, wood shed and behind what was once the horse stable which has been repaired and reroofed. There is also a stone built orginal garden shed.
The gardens includes an apple orcha ...