DescriptionThe former Rectory is a wonderful detached residence retaining the charm of its era, perfectly situated on a mature site surround by beautiful gardens to the edge of Templemore. The location is perfectly positioned, just off the centre of the town and within minutes walking distance of necessary services and amenities including the train station with a super service to Dublin and Cork, as well as the wonderful town park. The former Rectory was built in 1929 by the renowned local firm Duggan Bros, renowned for their excellent work.
Approached from the distinctive red brick and limestone entrance with original cast iron gates, you cannot help to be impressed by the impressive and classic four-pillared portico and double fronted facade.
Although some modernisation is needed, the property has such beautiful features including well-proportioned rooms many with dual views of the gardens, high ceilings, moulded skirtings and architraves, suspended timber floors, antique brick facade with a four pillared portico, and a great layout internally. This is an ideal opportunity to create a beautiful family home.
Accommodation is laid out at ground floor level and totals approx. 278.4 sq. mts/2996.41 sq. ft. The house is laid out as follows; impressive entrance hallway, a sitting room, a dining room, a kitchen, a utility room, a study, five large bedrooms, with two en suites, a main family bathroom and a separate WC. There is a useful outside store and the essential Garage.
Super gardens surround the house and there is the benefit of and additional vehicular access to the rear. The area is secure and has great privacy, as well as being south facing. All amenities are close by including the primary and secondary schools, shops, bus and train services, the town park and much more.
Wonderful amenities within reach such as the Devils Bit Mountain, local hikes & trails, Castle Durrow, Birr Castle Gardens & Demesne, & The Rock of Cashel.
Golf clubs, equestrian centres, leisure centres and a choice of great schools too many to mention are also to hand.
Templemore Railway Station with commuter service daily to Dublin is 2 kms. The journey is one hour from Ballybrophy Station to Heuston Station.
Limerick 78 kms
Cork 128 kms
Dublin 147 kms (Junction 22 M7 is 12 kms away)
AccommodationEntrance Hall 3.6m x 6.4m.
Sitting Room 4.97m x 5.10m.
Dining Room 4.97m x 5.1m.
Kitchen 3.75m x 6.3m.
Utility Room 4.46m x 3.4m.
Bedroom 5 3.27m x 3.16m.
Study 3.16m x 4.46m.
Bedroom 1 3.34m x 5.18m.
Bedroom 2 4.67m x 3.55m.
Bedroom 3 3.25m x 4.63m.
En suite 1.25m x 2.46m.
Bedroom 4 4.40m x 5.88.
En suite 1.24m x 2.47.
Bedroom 5 4.27m x 3.16m.
Bathroom 2.58m x 4.67m.
Guest WC 2.44m x 1m.
Garage 4.8m x 4.5m.
Features- Mains water & mains sewerage.
- Mature & well stocked gardens.
- Oil fired central heating.
- E fibre broadband available & good mobile signal.
- The R433 connects the town to the M8, very commutable to Dublin and Cork by car.
- Templemore railway station is on the Dublin-Cork railway line operated by Iarnród Éireann. There are direct trains to and from stations like Dublin Heuston railway station (8 trains avg), Thurles (9 trains avg) Cork (4 trains avg) and Limerick (4 trains avg) daily. A great service for sure.
BER DetailsBER: F
BER No: 113852925
Performance Indicator: 428.14
DirectionsPlease follow Eircode E41 PY10 on the Roscrea Road coming out of Templemore.
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Roscrea on 0505 21192