DescriptionBeautiful Period Residence and former Parochial House on a private mature tree-lined site in the heart of Paulstown, adjacent to all services and amenities.
This wonderful family home has been well maintained throughout and provides for spacious light-filled accommodation with all modern conveniences.
Accommodation. comprises of, Entrance hall, Dining room, Sitting room, Kitchen / Dining, WC, Utility, coat room, back porch, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, Coach house and outbuildings
AccommodationAccommodation extends to approx. 250 meters or thereabouts and comprises of
Front hallway: 9.00 x 2.20m
Dining room: 4.25 x 5.20m With a very good quality marble fireplace, double aspect windows look out onto mature gardens, it includes corniced ceilings and an ornate centre point.
Sitting room 4.25 x 5.20m With white marble fireplace with incorporates a French burner. It is a very good quality pine floor with corniced ceiling and ornate center point. Double aspect windows which look out onto the gardens
Kitchen 4.00 x 3.08m With a very good quality painted fitted kitchen with wall and floor units and includes a Belling double oven. A side door allows access to the mature sun patio and barbeque area.
Toilet 1.80x 1.35m Which has WC, WHB
Utility 1.80 x 1.35m With work counter with wash hand basin, plumbed for washing machine and dryer.
Coat room 2.50 x 2.30m
Back Porch 1.80 x 1.00m With allows access to the rear courtyard.
First floor Lovely turned balustrade staircase allows access to first floor with a large landing area.
Landing 3.20 x 2.30m With very good quality pitch pine floor
Bed 1 3.30 x 2.75m With en-suite 2.65 x 0.85 Incorporates shower unit, whb, wc.
Bed 2 4.25 x 5.20m Double aspect windows. En-suite: wc, whb, shower unit.
Bathroom 3.75 x 2.15m With WC, WHB, shower unit, Jacuzzi bath.
Bed 3 5.20 x 4.20m With double aspect windows and whb.
Bed 4 3.75 x 3.75m With a very good quality fitted wardrobe and wash hand basin.
This lovely period residence which was built in the mid-1800s, is situated in the heart of Paulstown and sited on the Main Street, adjacent to all essential services and amenities. The property whilst sited fronting onto the Main Street is sufficiently removed to bask in its own mature and very private setting but close enough to enjoy the village’s thriving conveniences.
This wonderful location offers excellent accessibility being sited approximately 5 mins Gowran racecourse and golf club. 5 mins Bagenalstown which offers an efficient rail network and large supermarkets, 15 mins Kilkenny, 20 mins from Carlow and 60 mins Dublin. Paulstown is situated on the main Dublin-Waterford route, and easy access to junction 7 on the M9, just 1 km away. The area is well served by Waterford/Dublin and Kilkenny/Dublin bus routes with services running regularly, while railway stations are five minutes away in Bagenalstown, 15 minutes away in Kilkenny City and 20 minutes away in Carlow.
Paulstown provides all essential services and amenities to include Primary schools, shops, public houses, Church but is within easy access to larger supermarkets and shopping centers.
Amenities in the area include Creche and Childrens Playground within walking distance. GAA, soccer and a sports center facilitates with other activities including one of the best boxing clubs in Ireland, badminton and basketball. Shankill Castle and the award-winning Arboretum garden center are nearby.
“Beech House” is a lovely rectory style period residence which is sited on Circa 2 acres or thereabouts in the heart of Paulstown. It is a lovely Victorian House built sometime in around the mid 1800’s and extends to approx. 2500 sq ft or thereabouts. It has retained many of the old features to include high corniced ceilings, double aspect windows, working window shutters, with well-proportioned accommodation which provides all modern conveniences in a period setting.
The site is wonderfully mature with a tree-lined boundary and is rich in a variety of greenery to include a very impressive sun patio and separate orchard and vegetable garden.
The property is accessed via a splayed entrance and tarmac driveway which sweeps round to this impressive period residence. Access is via granite stone portico which allows access to accommodation which is very well proportioned with two lovely reception rooms, a farmhouse style kitchen and very well proportioned bedroom accommodation on the first floor.
The property is sited on approx. 2 acres in total and includes a wonderful sun patio with barbeque area which is accessed from the kitchen. This is wonderful sun trap which has raised flower beds and is enclosed with a wrought iron garden rails and mature beech hedging.
This is a wonderful BBQ area and a haven for the garden enthusiast. An orchard is sited on adjacent to the house and complete with apple, plum and pear trees and a vegetable garden complete with Polly tunnel.
A lofted coach house and stables is situated to the rear of the dwelling in a grass courtyard which has a wonderful sunny aspect and has tremendous potential to further develop.
The whole property is sited on approx 2 acres of a large field which is sited to the rear with separate access off the main street. This is zoned residential development land and may have the potential to develop subject to the necessary planning consent.
Services: Mains water, mains electricity, mains sewage. Solicitor: Mr John Carroll, JG Skinner & Co, 3 Doctor Croke Place, Clonmel, Co Tipperary.