ERINDALE IS A MAGNIFICENT GEORGIAN RESIDENCE ENCOMPASSING GOTHIC FLAIR ONCE THE HOME OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON ON APPROXIMATELY 30 ACRES OF PARKLAND
Carlow Town 2.5 km, Castledermot 14.2 km, Kilkenny City 35 Km, Portlaoise 40 km, Waterford 77 km, Rosslare 94 km, Dublin City 92 km, Dublin Airport 111 km
Erindale enjoys a simply idyllic country setting on the riverfront. An elevated position on the land satisfies the owner of the estate with dazzling views over the River Barrow, the Killeshin Hills and the surrounding countryside.
The house is a classic 18th century property with Gothic architecture incorporated which can be observed throughout
the estate. Built in the early 1800â€™s with a clear distinct design feature of curvature bows. Erindale encompasses approx. 510 sqm. / 5,500 sq.ft of spacious and well-proportioned living accommodation which characterises the unique appeal of this property.
The basement of Erindale offers the new owner a creative outlet to which they could generate a wealth of possible expansions. The space comprises an additional approx. 200 sqm. / 2,136 sq.ft at present including a wine cellar with original brick wine bins and several store rooms suitable for additional living space.
Originally the former dwelling of Arthur Wellesley the first Duke of Wellington who used the property as a private retreat. A heraldic crest with the Latin motto â€˜â€™ Spectemur Agendo â€˜â€™ is positioned above the round-headed door entrance to Erindale. The Duke once bought the house as a holiday dwelling for private intentions so the estate is well secluded and offers complete privacy to relax and unwind.
The setting of the property is exquisite as you approach the house through a tree-lined manicured avenue and mature gardens and grounds to the front and enclosed high walled gardens maintaining the privacy to the rear. The manicured gardens and grounds are a key feature of the estate with superb mature specimen trees and flowerings ferns throughout and complete privacy and extensive river frontage to the banks of the River Barrow.