Parsons House is an elegantly proportioned period property dating from circa 1835 and originally part of the Egmont Estate. This dwelling is a unique property and whilst in need of refurbishment it retains many of its original features throughout.
Centrally positioned in the beautiful stone village of Churchtown, located off the N20 and conveniently positioned between Mallow and Charleville Towns.
Hall: 4.46 x 7.60m
Sitting Room: 3.6 x 5 m
Dining Room: 3.6 x 4.6m
Kitchen: 5.65 x 4.47m
Rear Sun Room:
Bedroom 1: 4.5x3.9
Bedroom 2: 3.5 x 4.5m
Bedroom 3: 3.1 x 2.5 m
Bedroom 4: 1.9 x 2.1m
Bathroom : 2.9 x 2.75
There are a range of cut stone outbuildings to the rear of the house. The site is L shaped in nature and extends to c 0.25 of an acre with vehicular access from Burton Road offering the possibility of further development SPP.
Unique Period Property
On a large c 0.25 acre site in the centre of Churchtown Village
Constructed circa 1835
Floor Area circa 167 sq m (1,790 sq ft)
Located in the Golden Vale, renowned for the breeding and training of thoroughbred horses