- Unique Property which was originally a Gate Lodge to Frybrook House
- Centrally located in Boyle Town
- Attractive stone facade
- Overlooking the river Boyle
- Currently fitted out as a cafe
Unique and Charming Property.
This enchanting property is full of character and scenically located on the banks of the River Boyle.
The property is conveniently located in the middle of Boyle Town and benefits from high volumes of passing trade.
The property is currently unoccupied but was formerly trading as a coffee shop.
The property is the former Gate Lodge of Frybrook House and is imbued in a rich sense of history. Henry Fry, who came to Boyle in 1742, built Frybrook House for his family and established a weaving industry on the site.
The property is in turn key condition.
This property is 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
The accommodation briefly comprises a cafe and seating area on the ground floor while the 1st floor provides toilets and a kitchen.
Situated just off Eaton Lane in the heart of Boyle Town and overlooking the River Boyle.
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.
By Appointment Only.
Please contact sole selling agent Seamus Carthy of REA Seamus Carthy.
Telephone: 090 663 0001