Product Description

Fabulous Renovation project. House, Stables, Paddocks – Less then an hour from Dublin!!

Very rare , one of a kind property sitting on just under three acres. Sitting roughly 2.5 miles outside the Town of Oldcastle . Which is less then an hours drive from Dublin on the M3. Set in a half mile off the main road in a country setting and surrounded by farm land. This property was part of a larger country estate owned by the landed Rotheram family at Crossdrum. Originally hailing from Yorkshire England. Fantastic opportunity to live in the world of an old country estate whilst within commuting time to Dublin City. In the heart of the Irish Equine Competition Circuit this is the perfect base for producing or competing horses in any sphere.

This property is over 200 years old and was the barns, stables and
Living quarters for field hands and livestock alike.

The property was purchased from a local farmer fifteen years ago , with
the intent to convert the two and a half story barn to a four bedroom
home. Planning was obtained for this although has now lapsed. However, this should help any future plans being accepted.

Several summers has been spent by a builder cleaning up the site and removing
trashed metal debris and making the property safe to work and walk through.
raise here in the US. Unfortunately the current owner had no further time to renovate and complete the plans he had.

This really is a diamond set in the country it just needs the vision and TLC to be put into it.

There is a new water well drilled and a new Eco friendly waste water
facility in place. There are ten new Mahogany wood windows by Munster
joinery on site. The main roof is tight and has two skylights
installed. The house does have an electric service which would need
an upgrading pending on its future use.The main house is a work in
progress and is not currently habitable. There is a large field or paddock
opposite the house that is partially walled. In buying and renovating this property you will not only have a fabulous family home in the country you will be preserving a piece of Irish history.