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AMV €850,000

Clonard House, Dublin Road, Mullingar, Westmeath

5 beds 4 baths Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on May 18, 2022
Eircode: N91NW64
Murtagh Bros.
Murtagh Bros.
Tel: 044 934 2512
PSRA Licence No. 002043
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Description

Description: Clonard House is an imposing Two over Basement period Residence. Approached by a sweeping avenue that leads to the front of the property, set beautifully on this mature site which is surrounded by some fine specimen trees which offers complete privacy and wonderful views over Mullingar town. To the rear of the property there are some fine old stone outbuildings in a court yard setting that offers endless potential. On entering the property, one is greeting by many original features from beautiful ceiling roses and cornice to window shutters and many grand fire places. This property boasts huge potential and would lend itself to many purposes, boutique hotel, private retreat or a wedding venue (Subject to planning consent). Or in deed a fantastic family home in one of the most sought-after areas that Mullingar has to offer. Clonard House offers the best of both worlds, excellent views & privacy, all within walking distance of Mullingar Town with all the excellent facilities it has to offer. History: There was a house on the site before 1800 but the current structure dates to approximately 1801. It was built by the second Earl of Belvedere, George Rochfort, who owned vast acreage around Mullingar, including nearby Belvedere House. The Catholic Diocese of Meath purchased it in 1952 and it became known as The Bishops Palace. Grounds: The gardens, which extend to approx. c.1.7 acres, surround the house and offers complete privacy. These are mainly laid out in Lawn with Mature trees and shrubs.

Accommodation

Eircode: N91 NW64 Auction: Online Auction on Thursday 23rd June 2022 at 3pm. Solicitors: Mr. Matt Shaw, Kelly Caulfield Shaw Solicitors, 1 Chapterhouse, Friars Mill Road, Mullingar, Tel: 044 934 8412.

Features

Beautiful 5 Bed Period Residence. Set on c.1.7 acres. Close to all Amenities. Protected Structure. Range of Outbuildings in a Courtyard setting Mature Setting Many original features Town Centre Location Mains Water & Sewerage.

BER Details

BER: Exempt
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Clonard House, Dublin Road, Mullingar, Westmeath

AMV €850,000

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Beds5 beds
PriceAMV €850,000
Property TypeDetached House
Size meters2
Energy RatingBER-Exempt
Refreshed onMay 18, 2022
EircodeN91NW64

Description

Description: Clonard House is an imposing Two over Basement period Residence. Approached by a sweeping avenue that leads to the front of the property, set beautifully on this mature site which is surrounded by some fine specimen trees which offers complete privacy and wonderful views over Mullingar town. To the rear of the property there are some fine old stone outbuildings in a court yard setting that offers endless potential. On entering the property, one is greeting by many original features from beautiful ceiling roses and cornice to window shutters and many grand fire places. This property boasts huge potential and would lend itself to many purposes, boutique hotel, private retreat or a wedding venue (Subject to planning consent). Or in deed a fantastic family home in one of the most sought-after areas that Mullingar has to offer. Clonard House offers the best of both worlds, excellent views & privacy, all within walking distance of Mullingar Town with all the excellent facilities it has to offer. History: There was a house on the site before 1800 but the current structure dates to approximately 1801. It was built by the second Earl of Belvedere, George Rochfort, who owned vast acreage around Mullingar, including nearby Belvedere House. The Catholic Diocese of Meath purchased it in 1952 and it became known as The Bishops Palace. Grounds: The gardens, which extend to approx. c.1.7 acres, surround the house and offers complete privacy. These are mainly laid out in Lawn with Mature trees and shrubs.

Accommodation

Eircode: N91 NW64 Auction: Online Auction on Thursday 23rd June 2022 at 3pm. Solicitors: Mr. Matt Shaw, Kelly Caulfield Shaw Solicitors, 1 Chapterhouse, Friars Mill Road, Mullingar, Tel: 044 934 8412.

Features

Beautiful 5 Bed Period Residence. Set on c.1.7 acres. Close to all Amenities. Protected Structure. Range of Outbuildings in a Courtyard setting Mature Setting Many original features Town Centre Location Mains Water & Sewerage.

BER Details

BER: Exempt