DescriptionUnique Two Storey Detached Riverside House with Quay and Dock on 0.24 ha (0.593 acre).
Located on the riverbank in Cheekpoint opposite where the Three Sisters Rivers meet, The Barrow, The Nore and The Suir.
Historic property built by Cornelious Bolton the younger c. 1786 - 1800, who also built Faithlegg House and a rope and textile factory in Bolton (now Cheekpoint). The property came into the ownership of the Galway family in 1914, they used it to berth and sail their yacht " The Star of the Sea. The property was acquired in 1974 for many years the present owners family used the property to fish for salmon and eels. They also fished his Head Weirs from here. The Weirs were built by Cistercian Monks in 1177.
The property comprises of a natural stone built two storey house which is in the course of renovation. The house has been re-roofed, rewired and crafted timber framed windows have been installed. The the left of the house is The Quay, a Dock and at the rear is a fine walled in garden which has access from a laneway which runs in from the main road.
Features• Unique Riverside House with Quay and Dock
• Located in Cheekpoint village 12 km east of Waterford city
• Ideal location in Waterford Harbour
• Picturesque views of Waterford Harbour and the Barrow Bridge
• Two storey house with character in the course of renovation
• Internal floor area c. 130 sq.m (1,400 sq.ft.)
• Walled in garden with rear access
• The sale of this property offers a rare opportunity to boating enthusiasts