HomeIrelandTipperaryClonmelThe Old Rectory, Clerihan, Newchapel, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary
€395,000

The Old Rectory, Clerihan, Newchapel, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

5 beds 3 baths 4694.3576m 2Detached House Refreshed on May 20, 2022
Eircode: E91PC61
REA Stokes & Quirke
REA Stokes & Quirke
Tel: 052 612 1788
PSRA Licence No. 003294
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REA Stokes and Quirke are delighted to bring to the market The Old Rectory, Newchapel, located circa 4 miles north of Clonmel towards Cashel/ Cahir. This superbly located and situated property was built in 1791 and is typical of Rectory's built around this time. It retains many of its original features such as timber sash windows and surrounds , original coving and fireplaces in situ with its manageable and well appointed accommodation spread out over three floors over basement situated on beautiful mature, private landscaped gardens with a lovely courtyard to rear with a range of cut stone outbuildings. Due to its uniqueness, it is a protected structure. Set in a lovely rural setting, with scenery to the front of Slievenamon, and behind of the distant Galtees, it is very private and secluded within its garden. A pretty and elegant house of a manageable size with accommodation comprising of 2 large reception rooms, kitchen and cloakroom on the ground floor, and a large basement with the old kitchen in. Upstairs there is a large long bathroom with views of the garden on the return & courtyard, with 4 good size bedrooms around the landing, including a guest room with a small en-suite. Large stairs go up to the attic area with 1 large attic bedroom and a further attic room (bedroom 6 if desired) at either side of a landing. The property has been kept well, with original fireplaces throughout including the bedrooms. There is a large enclosed courtyard with original outbuildings to rear and a small conservatory next to the kitchen with a little seating area. The beautiful garden consists of lawns, woodland with mature copper beech, oak, ash and sycamore trees, and includes species shrubs, spring bulbs and an old mulberry tree, there is also a productive 'brown turkey' fig tree, a fruit garden, and rose beds. Early viewing is recommended. Hallway 2.45m x 6.00m Spacious and bright with parquet flooring, Fan light window overhead, original Oak front door , exposed feature staircase, door to, Dining Room 4.86m x 5.90m Beautifully appointed room with original timber surround fireplace with marble insert, exposed timber flooring, two large windows facing front gardens & Slievenamon mountain. All the windows of the house are original Timber sash windows Drawing Room 4.88m x 6.14m Original ornate marble fireplace, two large windows facing gardens & Slievenamon mountain to front, carpeted with original coving in situ, Kitchen 2.86m x 5.20m Built-in units at eye and floor level, tiled splashback, electric oven, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, Dual aspect windows overlooking Courtyard and gardens to rear, door to Courtyard Cloakroom With Wc, whb. Door to unused basement area which would have comprised the former kitchen area and is in 4 divisions of circa 98 sq.m/1053 sq.ft with door leading to Courtyard potential to convert into further accommodation if so desired Landing 3.78m x 2.40m Staircase and landing carpeted Bathroom 2.90m x 5.20m On return Wc, whb, bath, carpeted with large built in hotpress, windows overlooking Courtyard to rear Bedroom 1 4.90m x 3.10m Carpeted, original cast iron fireplace in situ , to rear Bedroom 2 4.90m x 2.96m Carpeted, original cast iron fireplace in situ , to front Bedroom 3 4.80m x 3.30m Carpeted, used as study, original slate fireplace in situ, facing front Bedroom 4 3.20m x 2.80m Carpeted, original cast iron fireplace in situ En-suite 1.55m x 1.60m Wc, bidet and washhand basin, overlooking Courtyard Stairs Staircase to attic accommodation Landing 3.60m x 2.50m Carpeted with Velux window Bedroom 5 4.86m x 3.70m Attic Bedroom 5: Exposed timber flooring, window in gables , Attic Room 2 4.86m x 3.70m Exposed timber flooring, window in gables, potential for bedroom 6, currently used as storage On c. 1.16 acres wrapping around the house, with a large enclosed courtyard with a beautiful array of outbuildings to rear, some of which are lofted with slate roof. The gardens of this exquisite home have to be seen to truly appreciated with numerous specimen trees and shrubs contained therein enjoying superb views of Slievenamon mountain and the surrounding countryside.

Features

Beautifully situated 5 bedroom Georgian rectory Magnificent mature landscaped site of circa 1.16 acres Requiring some modernisation Represents excellent value for money Early viewing is recommended Contact REA Stokes & Quirke 052 6121788

BER Details

Directions

4 miles from Clonmel at eircode E91-PC61

Negotiator

John Stokes
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The Old Rectory, Clerihan, Newchapel, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

€395,000

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Beds5 beds
Price€395,000
Property TypeDetached House
Size4694.3576 meters2
Energy RatingBER-
Refreshed onMay 20, 2022
EircodeE91PC61

Description

REA Stokes and Quirke are delighted to bring to the market The Old Rectory, Newchapel, located circa 4 miles north of Clonmel towards Cashel/ Cahir. This superbly located and situated property was built in 1791 and is typical of Rectory's built around this time. It retains many of its original features such as timber sash windows and surrounds , original coving and fireplaces in situ with its manageable and well appointed accommodation spread out over three floors over basement situated on beautiful mature, private landscaped gardens with a lovely courtyard to rear with a range of cut stone outbuildings. Due to its uniqueness, it is a protected structure. Set in a lovely rural setting, with scenery to the front of Slievenamon, and behind of the distant Galtees, it is very private and secluded within its garden. A pretty and elegant house of a manageable size with accommodation comprising of 2 large reception rooms, kitchen and cloakroom on the ground floor, and a large basement with the old kitchen in. Upstairs there is a large long bathroom with views of the garden on the return & courtyard, with 4 good size bedrooms around the landing, including a guest room with a small en-suite. Large stairs go up to the attic area with 1 large attic bedroom and a further attic room (bedroom 6 if desired) at either side of a landing. The property has been kept well, with original fireplaces throughout including the bedrooms. There is a large enclosed courtyard with original outbuildings to rear and a small conservatory next to the kitchen with a little seating area. The beautiful garden consists of lawns, woodland with mature copper beech, oak, ash and sycamore trees, and includes species shrubs, spring bulbs and an old mulberry tree, there is also a productive 'brown turkey' fig tree, a fruit garden, and rose beds. Early viewing is recommended. Hallway 2.45m x 6.00m Spacious and bright with parquet flooring, Fan light window overhead, original Oak front door , exposed feature staircase, door to, Dining Room 4.86m x 5.90m Beautifully appointed room with original timber surround fireplace with marble insert, exposed timber flooring, two large windows facing front gardens & Slievenamon mountain. All the windows of the house are original Timber sash windows Drawing Room 4.88m x 6.14m Original ornate marble fireplace, two large windows facing gardens & Slievenamon mountain to front, carpeted with original coving in situ, Kitchen 2.86m x 5.20m Built-in units at eye and floor level, tiled splashback, electric oven, plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher, Dual aspect windows overlooking Courtyard and gardens to rear, door to Courtyard Cloakroom With Wc, whb. Door to unused basement area which would have comprised the former kitchen area and is in 4 divisions of circa 98 sq.m/1053 sq.ft with door leading to Courtyard potential to convert into further accommodation if so desired Landing 3.78m x 2.40m Staircase and landing carpeted Bathroom 2.90m x 5.20m On return Wc, whb, bath, carpeted with large built in hotpress, windows overlooking Courtyard to rear Bedroom 1 4.90m x 3.10m Carpeted, original cast iron fireplace in situ , to rear Bedroom 2 4.90m x 2.96m Carpeted, original cast iron fireplace in situ , to front Bedroom 3 4.80m x 3.30m Carpeted, used as study, original slate fireplace in situ, facing front Bedroom 4 3.20m x 2.80m Carpeted, original cast iron fireplace in situ En-suite 1.55m x 1.60m Wc, bidet and washhand basin, overlooking Courtyard Stairs Staircase to attic accommodation Landing 3.60m x 2.50m Carpeted with Velux window Bedroom 5 4.86m x 3.70m Attic Bedroom 5: Exposed timber flooring, window in gables , Attic Room 2 4.86m x 3.70m Exposed timber flooring, window in gables, potential for bedroom 6, currently used as storage On c. 1.16 acres wrapping around the house, with a large enclosed courtyard with a beautiful array of outbuildings to rear, some of which are lofted with slate roof. The gardens of this exquisite home have to be seen to truly appreciated with numerous specimen trees and shrubs contained therein enjoying superb views of Slievenamon mountain and the surrounding countryside.

Features

Beautifully situated 5 bedroom Georgian rectory Magnificent mature landscaped site of circa 1.16 acres Requiring some modernisation Represents excellent value for money Early viewing is recommended Contact REA Stokes & Quirke 052 6121788

BER Details

Directions

4 miles from Clonmel at eircode E91-PC61

Negotiator

John Stokes