Brophy Cusack Real Estate Team are delighted to bring this restored farmhouse with outbuildings to the market. It is located a short drive from the village of Piltown, Co. Kilkenny. Piltown is situated 7.7 kms from Carrick on Suir town centre, 21 kms from Waterford city centre and 39.6 kms from from Kilkenny city. The village has all amenities, including a convenience store, credit union, pubs, church etc.
This property which is set on circa 1.9 acres is a stunning example of a beautifully restored period stone farmhouse. This 200 year old period property occupies an enviable position with commanding views of the unspoiled countryside. The house has been restored to its original condition with special attention given to ensure many of its original features were retained, including slate roof and internal exposed stone walls.
Accommodation comprises of two very large reception rooms, one of which is being used as a dining room and the other as a lounge. The beautiful bespoke kitchen/dining area has wooden work surfaces and a good range of base units and shelving. The kitchen leads on to a short corridor which provides a self-contained utility room and a bathroom. The first floor comprises of the master bedroom and a large double bedroom.
On the left hand side of the property there are some beautifully restored farm buildings, one of which contains a restored apartment which is currently occupied by a residential tenant.
Externally the grounds are equally appealing with restored farm buildings, lawns, trees, shrubs, stone pathways and numerous pleasant seating areas.
Room dimensions and spec. are as follows:-
Hallway: 3.90 x 14.30 ft.; Tiled Floor.
Sitting Room: 10.10 x15.45 ft.; Solid Timber Flooring and a Solid Fuel Burning Stove.
Dining Room: 15.35 x 11.70 ft.; Solid Timber Flooring and a Solid Fuel Burning Stove.
Kitchen: 14.45 x 7.50 ft.; Fitted Kitchen, Hob, Double Oven and Tiled Floor.
Dining Area: 7.50 x 10.65 ft.; Solid Timber Floor.
Utility Room: 8.30 x 8.30 ft.; Timber Floor.
LOCATION: Piltown, historically known as Ballypoyle (Iri ...