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Clodyville, Carrickduff, Bunclody, County Carlow , Y21 T650

Guide price €349,950
  • Bedrooms 11
  • Bathrooms 2
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Clodyville is a find detached residence occupying a prime site at Carrigduff on the northern side of the historic market town of Bunclody. 

This sale presents a rare opportunity to acquire a landmark property situated at the entrance to Bunclody town at the junction of the N80 (main Carlow to Rosslare road) and Barkers Road.

The property occupies a highly visible corner site with frontage onto both roads and large private garden to the rear.


Snuggled in the breathtaking parkland of Mount Leinster, Bunclody is set among rich quiet farmlands on the border of counties Wexford and Carlow.  Bunclody is a pretty town where Slaney and Clody Rivers meet in the valley of the Blackstairs Mountains and flow gracefully under an old granite bridge.

A beautiful Mall of lime trees and a babbling stream takes pride of place in the centre of the wide main street which is lined with quaint shops, cafes, traditional pubs and restaurants.

In Ireland’s sunny southeast you are guaranteed a great holiday experience with the great outdoors, heritage trails, stunning scenery, culture, sports, great food and drink as well as the traditional rural life.  All you need to do is to take the time to discover the gems Bunclody and the surrounding areas have to offer.

There is an array of sporting and leisure facilities nearby including the renowned Bunclody Golf and Fishing course located opposite the property, Hill walking, cycling and hand gliding together with local walks that include Blackrock Mountains and Mount Leinster.  Tomnaifinog Woods, Rathanna Walk, Kilbrannish walk and Coolmelagh walk are all located close by. 

The area is very accessible with Wexford town 45kms, Rosslare Harbour 60kms, Carlow town 32kms and Dublin city 116kms

The Accommodation Comprises:

Entrance Hallway: 7 x 4.9 with original front door and fan light, tiled floor and landing

Living Room: 7 x 3.8 with white marble fireplace and cast iron inset, bay window, cornice ceiling centre piece

Dining Room: 3 x 3.9 with marble mantle piece, solid fuel stove, bay window, cornice ceiling centre piece

Kitchen: 8 x 4.8 with fitted units, back door to Greenhouse

Back Door with Porch: 2 x 2.3

Greenhouse: 9 x 2.3

Back Hallway: 7 x 2.7

Downstairs Bedroom No. 1: 3 x 3.7

Kitchen No. 2: 1 x 3.3 with rayburn oil fired cooker, door to

Utility Room: 6 x 3.2

Pantry: 4 x 3.3

Downstairs Shower Room: 3 x 2.4 with wc, whb

Bedroom No. 2: 6 x 2.3

Bedroom No. 3: 9 x 2.4 Back Stairway

First Floor:

Bedroom No. 4: 6 x 3.5 with vanity unit

Bedroom No. 5: 6 x 2.6 with whb

Bedroom No. 6: 8 x 3.9

Bedroom No. 7: 9 x 2.5

Bedroom No. 8: 5 x 2.9

Bedroom No. 9: 9 x 5.2

Bedroom No. 10: 7 x 3.8

Bedroom No. 11: 6 x 2.9


Original timber floors throughout the house

Shuttered windows on ground floor

Cornice ceilings in the main reception rooms

Original period tilling in the hallway


Gravel driveway with ample parking to side and rear of the property

Garden shed

Large garden with access to the Clody River a tributary of the nearby River Slaney

GPS Co Ordinates:

Latitude:  52.656104       Longitude:   -6.658249

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 114864895

Energy Performance Indicator: 430.84 kWh/m²/yr

Explore Carlow County Carlow is the second smallest county in Ireland, but it is full of big things to enjoy. Renowned for its beautiful Carlow Garden Trail, this green fingered county also boasts wild gardens at Altamont house and a multi-sensory, therapeutic garden near Carlow town - the Delta Sensory Garden... Explore Carlow
PSRA Licence No: 001015

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