• Deceptively spacious 4 bedroom property
  • Rural location, but situated in a thriving village, close to the motorway and the city of Kilkenny
  • 3 reception rooms, with large open plan living area
  • Large mature gardens and outbuildings
  • Potential to buy a thriving catering business also

Fabulous 4 bed country property , measuring 206.78 sq.m (2226 sq.ft) in the rural setting of the village of Dunnamaggin, but only 20 minutes from the city of Kilkenny, The village is only 6 minutes away from Junction 10 on the M9 motorway, serving Dublin and Waterford,

The house itself dates from late 1800’s. Local hero Captain Pat Walsh was born in the house in 1887. He was a founding member of the local GAA club, initially called Glory Rovers and a captain in the Irish Army. losing his life in May 1921, days before the end of the War of Independence.

Dunnamaggin has a thriving primary school, with 135 students and is located just 10 minutes from 3 secondary schools, 2 in Callan and 1 in Ballyhale, the village has a thriving community.

The house itself oozes character and charm and is deceptively spacious, The current owners have created a wonderful family home, The front door opens into a large room, measuring 1.97m x 3.84m and is currently being used as an office.

There is a small, cosy room to the opposite side of the hall, measuring 2.06m x 3.94m, which can be used as a snug/reading room.

The main part of the house is a lovely open plan area, with a sitting room with a stove (2.21m x 4.95m) opening into a large dining room (2.19 x 5.24m) There is then a step down into the bright kitchen, with it’s larder, breakfast bar and doors opening onto the garden (4.99m x 5.28m) The utility room is to the side of the house (3.43m x 2.56m) and has a door opening into the yard

Upstairs are 3 double bedrooms and 1 single room, with a family bathroom and the main bedroom is a large room with a balcony overlooking the garden and also has an ensuite and walk in wardrobe.

The house sits on half an acre of land, with a mature garden and a Summer house, currently being used as a music room, which has electricity.

The added bonus of this property is that it has numerous outbuildings, The owners have run a very successful catering business from the premises since 1990 and have industrial kitchens at the side of the house, They have built up an impressive list of valuable clients, both corporate and private, Over the past 5 years the owners have reduced the numbers they cater for, however with their excellent reputation, it would be no problem to scale up the business again if someone was interested in buying the business.

The heating is oil fired, BER is C3.

The gable end of the property has recently been re-rendered and insulated. (Summer 2022)

This is a very spacious property, which really needs to be viewed to appreciate what a wonderful family home it would make. And also for the potential of moving to the countryside and possibly running a business,

BER Details

BER C3 BER No: 113225783 Energy Performance Indicator: 220.49

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