DescriptionThe Old Barracks, Sergeant’s house occupies a prominent position in Main Street, Piltown, Co. Kilkenny extends to 1250 sq. feet. This historic property was built by the Earl of Bessborough, as an R.I.C. Barracks circa 1816. The building has retained a number of original features including window shutters with gun slits, upstairs bedroom gun slits. The Barracks was fully restored and upgraded in 1990. The property comprises of ground floor accommodation of an entrance hallway, living room one, living room two, kitchen/dining. First floor accommodation comprises of three bedrooms, and family bathroom. The property stands on its original site of circa 1.25 acres which consists of generous parking front and rear, with large secluded gardens to the rear. With its central location in the village all local amenities are within walking distance, bus stop adjacent to the property, Centra supermarket, post office, chemist, doctors surgery, mixed national school, two churches, two food takeaways, public house, Kildalton Horticultural and Agricultural college, also with children’s playground under development. Ideally situated with easy access to the N24 and nearby Carrick on Suir 7.5km, Waterford city 20km and Kilkenny town 39km. Viewing for this property comes highly recommended. For further information and viewing arrangements, contact sole selling agents, Property Partners Buggy Auctioneers on 056-7796161
AccommodationEntrance Hall: Tiled flooring. Staircase with under staircase storage with doors.
Living Room 1: Laminated flooring. Solid fuel stove, with Piltown slate surround.
Living Room 2: Laminated flooring. Fireplace, with Piltown slate surround. Bullet proof gun slit window shutters.
Kitchen/Dining room: Tiled flooring. Solid fuel stove. Cream coloured kitchen units with tiled backsplash. Door to rear with space for outside dining in courtyard.
First Floor accommodation:
Bedroom 1: Carpet to floor. Cast iron fireplace. Original window shutters. Free standing double wardrobe
Bedroom 2: Carpet to floor. Cast iron fireplace. Original window shutters. Built in storage. Free standing wardrobe with pull-out trays
Bedroom 3: Carpet to floor. Free standing wardrobe. Gun slit overviewing side passageway. WHB.
Family Bathroom: Tiled flooring. Tiled bath surround with Triton T90 shower, WC & WHB.
The property has a secluded patio area for outside dining which can be accessed through a door from the kitchen area. The property has a secluded meadow garden to the rear that is accessed through the carpark. This meadow garden is surrounded by farmland and boundaries are defined by mature native trees. The meadow has wild garden flowers, an apple tree and a growing frame which dates back to circa 1816.
Features• Historic property of local importance, in prominent position in the village of Piltown dating back to 1816
• Original front door with original key, bullet proof window shutters with gun slits, and upstairs wall gun slits.
• Secluded garden to the rear
• Car parking to front and rear of property
• Centrally located with a host of amenities within walking distance
• Easy commute to local towns of Carrick on Suir, Waterford and Kilkenny.
BER DetailsBER Exempt (this property is included on the Record of protected structures, but has a BER energy rating of D2)