McGovern Estates are delighted to showcase this charming period cottage boasting a number of period features including original sash windows throughout. Possibly one of the oldest houses in Wicklow, Kindlestown Cottage is on the deeds at 1840 but was built circa 1690. The accommodation measures circa 140 m2 (1507 sq.ft) of floor area. This property, due to its design and vintage, is extremely quaint and aesthetically attractive. Internal viewing is highly recommended.
Reputedly having some connection to the adjacent Convent, legend has it, that a window above the kitchen was an opening into a space where priests could hide out in the time of Cromwell. Standing sentinel overlooking the road from Delgany down to Blacklion it is located around the corner from the ruins of Kindlestown Castle. As you approach this property you are immediately struck by the attractive nature of its period design.
The property is accessed via Lower Kindlestown Road onto a sweeping driveway providing off street parking for two cars. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn dissected by a path leading to the feature vaulted ceiling porch entrance. The property itself provides a discerning purchaser with ample living accommodation consisting of a large living room. Kitchen/dining area a TV room and a sunroom to the rear with three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The moment you enter this property a comforting and cosy atmosphere is created with exposed timber beams and low ceilings. Modern features such as the fully fitted kitchen and the sunroom extension ensures a perfect combination of old meets new.
The location of this property is enviable. Situated just off Chapel Road in Delgany Kindlestown Cottage is beautifully positioned in an ...