Ballinacarrig House dates from about 1800/1820, it is a three-bay, three storey under an impressive hipped roof with unusual slightly arched windows. The house has been completely renovated and restored some years ago having fallen into dereliction in the latter part of the 1900's. This is a beautiful period property which was once occupied by agents of Lord Courtown in the early 1800's and at that stage commanded a large amount of the surrounding land. In the early 1900's it was home to the Barrett's who were manufacturers of matches. The property now stands on approx. 1.21 acres and comes with the benefit of a garage, a small range of three stables and the remains of an attractive old walled garden as well as a useful paddock to the front. The location is most sought after being approximately three kilometres east of Gorey town and a similar distance from the coast. Junction 22 and 23 are both a short drive from this beautiful home.
The bright well-proportioned accommodation extends to 252.50 sq m (approx.) and comprises of three reception rooms including a large family kitchen/dining room with sliding doors to a patio area, six bedrooms over three floors with two of these enjoying their own ensuite.
The property is approached by a long driveway with ample parking.
Ballinacarrig House is well situated and offers privacy with mature trees and hedging surrounding the perimeter of the property.
Overall this is a magnificent period property in a convenient and sought after location. Don't miss this opportunity, they don't come along too often.
Entrance Porch 2.28m x 2.34m. Solid wood flooring.
Entrance Hall 4.28m x 2.25m at widest point. Tiled floor.
Sitting Room 4.16m x 4.57m. Solid wood flooring, feature open fireplace, sash windows.
Kitchen / Dining 8.72m x 3.99m. Tiled floor, exposed ceiling beams, red brick decorative divider, island and range surround, Rangemaster electric range.
Utility Room 4.58m x 2.50m at widest point. Tiled floor, built in, storage units, plumbed for washing machine and dry ...