Sherry FitzGerald Gleeson are proud to present Church View House to the market, an Architectural Gem dating back to the mid nineteenth century. Built in 1853, this property is a wonderful and interesting example of the Church of Ireland influenced design, prevalent in many Irish midland towns of this period. Intricately carved date stones are evident on two facades, with dressed limestone walls, pointed arch windows and Tudor style-chimney stacks are just some of the attractive, original features of this impressive property.
Church View House is an iconic structure and one of the most memorable properties to greet visitors to Templemore from the North County. It forms part of a lovely symmetry of buildings that comprise the impressive St Mary's Church and the charming old Schoolhouse, both located opposite.
Accommodation extends to c. 170 sq.m / 1,830 sq.ft and comprises Sittingroom, Livingroom, Kitchen, 2 no. Bedrooms (one ensuite) and W.C. on the Ground Floor. Upstairs comprises a further 3 no. large Bedrooms, Bathroom and separate W.C. There is also a single storey, lean-to storage area to the rear of the property, covering c. 700 sq.ft. which could be converted into further accommodation, or indeed restored back to it's former glory as a walled courtyard. The grounds are tasteful, mature and surely the pride of the former owners, evident from the variety of the shrubs and trees. The boundary to the front is constructed with limestone piers and a cast iron Gate and Railings. A two-car garage / workshop also allows access and off street parking.
Church View House represents a most ideal opportunity to restore a rare example of period architecture into a modern family residence.
Viewing of Church View House is highly recommended and by appointment only with the sole agents, Sherry FitzGerald Gleeson - Thurles at 0504 22997.
Outside Entrance Porch 1.68m x 3.25m. (5â€™6" x 10â€™8")
Sitting Room 4.83m x 3.73m. (15â€™10" x 12â€™3") - solid wood flooring, cast iron fireplace with m ...