Imposing Property of Significant Historical Interest
Dating back to c. 1860, comprising former primary school and adjoining schoolmaster's house, this is a property of significant historical interest as described in the listings of "Buildings of Ireland: National Inventory of Architectural Heritage."
Legal: Ms. Orla Barry, Hutchinson Davidson Solicitors, Bridge Street, Ballinasloe, Co. Galway
Located c. 2.5 miles from Laurencetown village just off the Portumna/Ballinasloe Rd with the larger business town of Ballinasloe c. 15 minutes as is the M6 motorway. Set on c. 8 Acres comprising lawns, gardens and pasture land, this holding was farmed as Kylemore Acres Herb Farm until quite recently and offers all that potential for one to develop their own farming pursuits, be it organic, horticultural, equestrian etc.
Comprising two adjoining buildings i.e The Schoolmaster's house and adjoining primary school, the schoolmaster's house boasts a newly refurbished dining room and sitting room on the ground floor. Two large double bedrooms together with a newly refurbished full size bathroom are located on the first floor.
A modern well equipped kitchen is located in the schoolhouse and opens into the remaining schoolhouse area that boasts a new concrete floor which is plumbed for radiators and has a new wc/whb.
The 4 Cathedral windows are the main feature in this multi-purpose area which offer's exciting potential for a host of creative ideas from the discerning purchaser.
Living Room 3.48m x 3.8m
Front Aspect Window