'Ardeevin House' was built in the early 1940's and exudes distinctive style and character. With its ivy clad facade, large windows and mature setting, it is truly inviting. Stepping into the porch and hallway one can admire the original tiled floors, whilst the rest of the property also boasts original fireplaces and an impressive stained glass window over the staircase. Its accommodation briefly comprises; kitchen, dining room, utility room, reception room, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
An excellent addition to this property is a 74 sq.mtr. (800 sq.ft) studio to the side with double doors and a granite exterior. Restored in recent years it blends flawlessly with the main structure. Currently used as one large open plan area it could serve a number of uses including; extra living accommodation or indeed business or office considering its central town location.
The property is nestled on a mature, walled site measuring approx. 0.3 of an acre.
It enjoys a very private garden which is west facing and has sunshine from midday until late evening.
Considering its prime location in the heart of historic Ferns this property would make a wonderful family home with lots of potential and easy access to the Gorey By-Pass.
Entrance Porch 2.75m x 2.17m. Original tiled floor.
L Shaped Hallway 5.77m x 1.30m. Original tiled floor, Phone/Broadband Point.
Sitting Room 4.29m x 3.74m. Feature fireplace with cast iron inset, TV Point.
Dining Room 3.82m x 2.76m. Timber floor, open fireplace with cast iron inset.
Kitchen / Dining Area 4.91m x 3.02m. Fitted wall and floor units, cooker and hob.
Utility Room 3.74m x 2.92m. Fitted units, plumbed for washing machine.