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Craddenstown Lodge Raharney, County Westmeath , N91 RT20

Guide price €695,000
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Size 284 m²
  • Ber Rating
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FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

 

CRADDENSTOWN LODGE RAHARNEY CO WESTMEATH

c. 4.5 ACRES

 

2 Receptions.  5 Bedrooms.  284 m2 C. 4.5 acres.  Walled kitchen garden.

 

REA T E Potterton are delighted to present to the market this charming residential property set on almost 5 acres of mature grounds. 

Craddenstown Lodge which owes its origins back to the late 18th Century is a model home that incorporates contemporary country living whilst retaining a rustic period charm.  The accommodation which retains all the charm, elegance  and dignity of the period is enhanced by a number of fine features including sash windows with shutters and original fireplaces to the principal rooms, flagstone floor in the hall and richly moulded cornicing in the main reception rooms.  

The residence is approached over an ascending winding gravel avenue leading to a large forecourt parking and turning area.  A notable feature of the grounds  are the fine specimen trees which afford ample shelter and in autumn these trees are a spectacular colour.   

Taking us inside the home it is obvious to see that the present owners have maintained the house immaculately and no expenses were spared in its upkeep and refurbishment.

The nearby villages of Raharney and Killucan cater extremely well for all the day to day shopping requirements and there is also a good choice of schools and churches in the immediate vicinity including the new state of the art St. Joseph’s National School in Rathwire.  The property is very accessible to the M4 / M6 motorways and teh county town of Mullingar. 

For those interested in country leisure pursuits the choice is wide with fishing, hunting, horse racing all available close at hand.  Furthermore there are great cycling and walking facilities along the nearby Royal Canal and in addition there are numerous GAA clubs, Tennis Clubs, Golf Courses all within easy driving distance.

Kinnegad / M4 Motorway 9km.  Mullingar 18 km.  Dublin 70 km.

The accommodation which can be found to be in good order throughout, briefly comprises as follows:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall   - original tiled floor.  Staircase to first floor with under stairs storage.

Lounge  - bay window, pitch pine floors brick fireplace incorporating solid fuel Hamco stove. TV point.

Living room - bay window, pitch pine floors cast iron fireplace, stove, tv & telephone point.

Kitchen / Dining area -  terracotta tiled floor.  Hand crafted kitchen with Belfast sink.  Granite worktop.  Integrated dish washer.  Pantry.  Exposed beamed ceilings.  French doors to garden / rear courtyard.

Back Hall - original flagstone floor.

Utility - tiled floor.  Plumbed for washing machine.

Guest WC - tiled floor, wc.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing - pitch pine floor.  Hotpress.  Recessed lighting.  Stira stairs to attic.

Master Bedroom  -  pitch pine floor.  Cast iron fireplace.

En-suite having tiled walls & floor. WC, WHB & Triton electric shower.

Bedroom 2  - pitch pine floor. Cast iron fireplace.

Bedroom 3 - pitch pine floor.  Cast iron fireplace.

Bathroom  -  pitch pine floor. Freestanding bath.  High level WC.  WHB.  Cast iron fireplace.

ANNEX / GRANNY FLAT

GROUND FLOOR

Livingroom/ Kitchen / Diner  - walnut flooring.  Built in hot press.  Henley solid fuel stove incorporating back boiler.  Shaker style fitted kitchen with free standing island.  Belling cooker.  Induction hob.  Electric thermal radiators.  Door to rear courtyard.

FIRST FLOOR

Bedroom 1: - white ash timber floor.

Bedroom 2 -  white ash timber floor.

Shower Room  - tiled walls & floor.  Shower.  WC.  WHB.

 

Outside: 

COURTYARD STUDIO having solid fuel stove.  WC & staircase to mezzanine area.  Boot / Tack room.

The grounds which incorporate a large lawned area to the front of the house interspersed with fine specimen trees are certainly a feature of this property, which is believed to date back to the late 18th Century when it formed part of a much larger estate. 

In all the property extends to about 4.5 acres including a paddock and the property benefits from separate vehicular access to the rear courtyard flanked by a lovely cut stone curved wall on either side of the drive.  Meandering paths through mature woodland.  Orchard with  apple, plum, pear and hazelnut trees. 

The out offices comprise an extensive array of stone constructed buildings some of which require remedial work and the entire property just oozes old world charm and character and affords excellent scope for further development subject to the necessary planning consent from Westmeath County Council.

FEATURES:

  •  Dual road frontage.     Well fenced.   Mains water & well water supply & septic tank. 
  •  Outstanding countryside views.    Spectacular scenic location.    Picturesque setting. 
  •  5 Bedrooms.  4 Bathrooms.  2 Reception rooms.    Walled courtyard and grassland. 
  •  Extensive range of stone outbuildings - ideal for a number of uses.
  •  Built in the 1830’s – sympathetically restored lovingly restored 25 years ago retaining many original  features including sash windows.  OFCH - zoned heating, alarmed. 
  •  Double glazed sash windows. 

 

SERVICES: OFCH / Underfloor – Zoned.  Alarm.  Mains / Well water.  Septic tank.

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment. Contact: Thomas Potterton 046 9431391

TITLE: Freehold with vacant possession.

BER RATING: E2.  Ber Number: 109777953.


Directions

From Dublin take the M4 to Kinnegad (Junction 10). Proceed to Killucan and on towards Raharney. Turn left in the village (after crossing bridge) and continue for a short distance whereupon the property the can be found on the right hand side. Eircode: N91 RT20.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 109777953

Energy Performance Indicator: Not provided

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