Exquisite Converted Period Church on 0.37 acres. Located in Stunning surroundings on the outskirts of Belturbet town.
Entrance Porch - 2.6m x 2.3m
Church (Kitchen/Sitting room) - 7m x 20m
Room - 2.8m x 2.3m
Side Porch - 2.8m x 2.5m
Upstairs Balconey - 7.2m x 3.9m
Bedroom 1 - 7m x 7.2m
Bedroom 2 - 2.2m x 2.2m
Shower room - 2.2m x 2.2m
Quivvy Church is a 150-year-old chapel close to the village of Belturbet which is situated about 70 miles north of Dublin in the county of Cavan, 400 feet from the Northern Ireland border.
The church sits on an estate that was once owned by a Protestant Anglo named Lord Lanesborough, who built the church in yet another futile attempt to convert the area's Irish Catholics. Lanesborough's castle on the estate now lies in ruins, burned and vandalized during the Irish civil war in 1931. But the church, which had once fallen into disuse, survived the uprising intact and later went on to serve various community purposes--as a general meeting place, a storage area and at one point, a hatchery for butterflies that still reproduce there.
The church has seen various works carried out on it in recent years by present owner, whilst still offering unrivalled potential for a new owner to further modernise.
The property is located in the stunning surroundings of Cavan's Lake District with the lands beautifully situated between Lough Killylea & Lough Derrykemb. Quivvy marina is located only 200m from the property along the b ...