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Garryduff, Newcastle West, Limerick

5 beds 1 bath 2400ft 2Detached House
Scanlon Auctioneers
Scanlon Auctioneers
Tel: 069 63 737
PSRA Licence No. 002291
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Scanlon Auctioneers are delighted to offer for sale Garryduff House. This stone property was originally owned by the Leake family and was used as a summer hunting lodge by the gentry in the 1800's. It is need of major restoration but still retains some of its beautiful features such as the high ceilings in the rooms on the ground floor, the shutters on the windows and arched doors going into some of the bedrooms. It has 5 bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and other unusual features such as a scullery and pantry and cold room. The family crest is on the outside of the house. The roof has been redone within the past 20 years. The courtyard has open sheds with a pump in the middle of the yard. The house is surrounded by approx. 112 acres of land with beautiful scenery and yet just off the main Limerick to Tralee Road (N21) Features: Unique property 112 acres of land with it Restoration project Facilities: Parking Oil Fired Central Heating

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Garryduff, Newcastle West, Limerick

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Description

Scanlon Auctioneers are delighted to offer for sale Garryduff House. This stone property was originally owned by the Leake family and was used as a summer hunting lodge by the gentry in the 1800's. It is need of major restoration but still retains some of its beautiful features such as the high ceilings in the rooms on the ground floor, the shutters on the windows and arched doors going into some of the bedrooms. It has 5 bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and other unusual features such as a scullery and pantry and cold room. The family crest is on the outside of the house. The roof has been redone within the past 20 years. The courtyard has open sheds with a pump in the middle of the yard. The house is surrounded by approx. 112 acres of land with beautiful scenery and yet just off the main Limerick to Tralee Road (N21) Features: Unique property 112 acres of land with it Restoration project Facilities: Parking Oil Fired Central Heating

BER Details

BER: BER No. XXX Energy Performance Indicator: XXX kWh/m²/yr

Viewing Details

By appointment only