DescriptionCoppenagh Farmhouse is a wonderful countryside retreat on circa 2.71 Acres of gardens and paddocks. The property is located in a picturesque countryside setting close to Dungarvan village in County Kilkenny.
The farmhouse which dates back to circa 1777 has been beautifully restored and renovated by the current owner who has lived here since 2001.
This is a rare and unique opportunity to acquire a picture perfect traditional farmhouse providing the ideal retreat to return to from the hustle and bustle of city living.
The property extends to 155 Sq. M. / 1,668 Sq. Ft. approx. and is laid out over two levels. The layout at ground level comprises: sitting room, living/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room/back hall and a guest WC. The layout at first floor level comprises: landing area, three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS:
Coppenagh Farmhouse is surrounded by circa 2.71 Acres of wonderful and mature gardens and paddocks. The property is accessed from the road up the original shared laneway which has the original stone ditches and trees on both sides. A short private laneway sheltered by mature trees create a lovely first impression as you approach the farmhouse. The front garden is laid in lawn with a restored stone wall running along the front of the property. There are steps down to a lower wild garden area which is surrounded by mature trees and planting. There is plenty of parking to the front and rear of the property. Two derelict outbuildings were fully restored and have power and plumbing. Another derelict outbuilding was restored but not roofed as it is now a stunning private courtyard garden which has been fully landscaped with extensive planting. French doors give access into the kitchen/breakfast Room.
Coppenagh Farmhouse is located in the townland of Coppenagh which is close to the village of Dungarvan which is in the parish of Gowran in County Kilkenny. Dungarvan is situated about 10km south-east of Kilkenny City, on the R448 between Gowran and Thomastown. There are a number of amenities in Gowran including Gowran National School, Gowran Montessori School, Hennessys Service Station which houses Gowran Post Office. Thomastown is just 6 miles away and has a good range of restaurants, shops, supermarkets (Super Valu and Lidl), Thomastown Train Station and is also home to the magnificent Mount Juliet Estate Hotel and Golf Club. Graiguenamanagh and the picturesque village are both in close proximity. A 15 minute drive will take you to Exit 7 in Paulstown to the M9 motorway allowing access to both Dublin and Waterford.
Viewing of this special property is highly recommended.
Sitting Room 4.52m x 4.59m. A spacious and light filled room with dual aspect and two sets of windows. It features a striking open fireplace with a painted wooden surround, black cast-iron inset, black slate hearth and fitted with a multi-fuel stove. Tongue and Groove polished floorboards and recessed lighting. Telephone and television points.
Living / Dining Room 6.18m x 4.86m. A spacious and character filled room with whitewash effect painted walls. The focal point of this room is the original open fireplace and chimney breast wall complete with a cooking crane and fan for blowing the fire. A Waterford Stanley Reginald 15.6KW multi-fuel Stove (connected to the radiators) sits on slate hearth. The original smoking oven is still intact adjoining the chimney breast. There is a wooden mantle shelf above the stove. The dining area is spacious and can accommodate a large table and chairs for family dining and entertaining. Slate floor tiles throughout with underfloor heating. Recessed lighting and a feature stained wooden ceiling beam. Staircase to the first floor with fitted carpet. The formal front entrance door opens directly into this room. There is open plan access through to the kitchen/breakfast room.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 3.02m x 4.87m. Striking bespoke Pine farmhouse style kitchen made by Castle Cabinets in Kilkenny City. 1.5 bowl white ceramic sink. Neff electric double oven and a four ring gas hob. Elicia extractor fan. Plumbing is a place for a dishwasher and there is space for an undercounter fridge. A breakfast bar is part of the kitchen and has space for up to four stools. A pretty picture window overlooks the front garden and has lovely views. Slate floor tiles with underfloor heating. French doors open out to the wonderful courtyard garden area. Recessed lighting.
Utility Room / Rear Hall 3.22m x 1.05m + 2.00m x 2.03m. Plumbing in place for a washing machine with space for a tumble dryer and a chest freezer. Vaulted ceiling with a Velux window. A glass panel door gives access to the rear of the property. Fitted shelving and coat handing space.
Guest WC 1.11m x 1.94m. Comprising wc and wash hand basin. White wash effect painted walls and a side window.
Landing (incl. stairs) 3.30m x 0.91m + 6.14m x 1.47m. Spacious and light filled area with a window to the rear and also a Velux window. Painted Tongue and Groove floorboards with two steps leading down to the second bedroom. Access to the hotpress. White wash effect painted walls.
Bedroom One 4.55m x 4.63m. Light filled and a very spacious main bedroom (originally two bedrooms) with dual aspect and two sets picture windows and also a Velux window to the rear. Washed Tongue and Groove floorboards. An alcove is fitted with coating hand space. White wash effect painted walls.
Bedroom Two 3.03m x 4.82m. A large and light filled dual aspect double room with a pretty picture window to the front and a Velux window to the rear. White wash effect painted walls and washed effect Tongue and Groove floorboards. Telephone and television points.
Bedroom Three 3.63m x 2.38m + 0.97m x 0.72m. A character filled and spacious single room with the old chimney breast from the living room. Stained Tongue and Groove floorboards. Built-in cupboards with shelving. A picture window overlooks the front of the property.
Bathroom 2.37m x 2.29m. Comprising a bath with a Mira Vigour thermostatic power shower with a glass panel shower screen and white subway tiles on the wall. WC and a wash hand basin. Stained Tongue and Groove floorboards. Window to the front of the property. White wash effect painted walls.
FeaturesCharming farmhouse on circa 2.71 Acres of gardens and paddocks
The property dates back to circa 1777
Refurbished to a very high standard
Underfloor heating in the living/dining room and the kitchen/breakfast room
Peaceful countryside setting with wonderful views
Dual central heating - oil fired burner and radiators are also connected to the stove in the living/dining room
Telephone and TV points.
BER DetailsBER: E1
BER No: 113690101
Performance Indicator: 320.39 kWh/m²/yr
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Kilkenny on 056 77 21904