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Final Offers Now Invited Frybrook House Boyle, County Roscommon, F52

  • Bedrooms 8
  • Bathrooms 8
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Opportunity to acquire a stately home
  • Hidden imposing period property
  • Secluded setting on 3 acres of mature grounds
  • Overlooking the River Boyne and situated in the centre of Boyle Town
  • Attractive sweeping avenue
  • Spacious accommodation
  • Original period features
  • Unrivaled location
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Description


Description
FINAL OFFERS NOW INVITED. REA Seamus Carthy are delighted to present this hidden period property known as Frybrook House, an imposing five bay, 3 storey Georgian property steeped in history. The property is situated in a mature setting, sheltered by mature trees and shrubs and overlooking the River Boyle.

Frybrook House is without doubt one of the finest properties in Boyle and from the moment one drives through the cast iron gates one will be enchanted with this very special property. A sweeping avenue leads to the front of the house, which is surrounded by its own walls, courtyard and mature grounds.

The property is a Georgian residence imbued in a rich sense of history. Henry Fry, who came to Boyle in 1742, built this house for his family and established a weaving industry on this site. This imposing property occupies approximately 3 acres of land situated on a picturesque site overlooking the River Boyle.

The property boasts original Georgian features throughout including high ceilings, original cornicing,timber flooring, imposing staircase, marble fireplaces, cast iron radiators, roll top baths, sash windows and window shutters.

Although some of the property has been restored and refurbished there is still an opportunity to undertake refurbishment which provides an ideal opportunity to it's new owners to put their stamp on it and bring it to it's original glory.

This property provides a stately home offering seclusion and privacy whilst still being in walking distance to all amenities provided by Boyle Town. The property is also a short drive to Lough Key Forest Park which provides 800 acres of forestry and parkland which caters to every need of the outdoor enthusiast.For boating enthusiasts Boyle is part of the Shannon Erne Waterway and with Sligo only 30 minutes away the Wild Atlantic Way is practically on your doorstep

Features
Opportunity to acquire a stately home
Hidden imposing period property
Secluded setting on 3 acres of mature grounds
Overlooking the River Boyne and situated in the centre of Boyle Town
Attractive sweeping avenue
Spacious accommodation
Original period features
Unrivaled location

BER Details
BER: Exempt

Accommodation
Accommodation briefly includes 8 bedrooms and bathrooms, a number of sitting rooms and drawing rooms, kitchen accommodation and staff kitchen accommodation and utility rooms.

A courtyard and outbuildings is situated at the rear of the property.

The property is situated on 3 acres which is zoned Core Town Centre in the Boyle Local Area Plan 2015-2021.

Directions
Situated just off Eaton Lane in the heart of Boyle Town and overlooking the River Boyne.

Boyle is located at the foot of the Curlew Mountains near Lough Key in County Roscommon. The major towns closeby are Sligo, Longford, Roscommon and Galway is not too far away ensuring a vibrant cultural life.

Boyle is situated just off the N61 which links Roscommon to Athlone. The N4 Dublin road is also highly accessible which ensures accessibility to the countrys main infrastructure both east and west.

Boyle is located 42km from Sligo, 15km from Carrick on Shannon, 105km from Galway and 168km from Dublin.

Knock International Airport is also convenient being 50km away.

Co-ordinates: 53.9716506,-8.3058685

Viewing Details
By appointment only with sole selling agent REA Seamus Carthy.

Please contact Seamus Carthy confidentially at 090 663 0001 or email info@reacarthy.ie
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