Suirvale House, Cahir, Tipperary

€525,000
  • 4 beds

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Description

The skilfully carved Limestone pillars and the entrance sets the tone for the 4 bedroomed unique residence with charm and character that lies within.Wrought Iron Gates bring you through the parkland style driveway and the 5.5 acres to this Detached home which was built c.1780, comprising three-bay two-storey main block with attic, Outbuildings. Large Multiple-bay two-storey stables with four separate stalls and second floor/hayloft. Two lawned areas to front of property, a walled garden and two large paddocks.
This house, although having a late eighteenth-century core, is more typical of early nineteenth-century houses. The chimneystacks to the gable ends are a typical feature, as are the diminishing windows which emphasise the vertical thrust of the house. The simple façade is enlivened by the delicately ornate overlight. The limestone steps to the entrance are finely carved and are a reminder of the quality of craftsmanship of the masons. The additions and extensions are distinct in their architectural styles and add a patina of age to the site. The outbuilding reflects the architecture of the addition to form an overall coherent architectural scheme
Accommodation
Ground Floor -Front Door leading to Reception/Dining Hall (5.17m x 6.13m). *Dual aspect windows, sash with shutters to front of property *High ceilings *Staircase with windows on half turn leading to first floor. *Dado rail and wooden floor *Radiator.
Reception/Music Room/Lounge (6.25m x 3.79) *Triple aspect – sash to front of property *Large ornate oak carved fire place with Georgian brass grate and black marble surround *High ceiling *Wooden floor *Radiator .Reception/Sitting Room (5m x 4.46m) *Single sash to front of property *Carpet – log store – low ceiling *Radiator
Kitchen/Family Room (10.16m x 4.2) *Two large sash windows at front of property (family area) Open fire, hand built surround with marble mantelpiece. Kitchen area – large multi-pained window above sink *Original 1930’s Aga (oil fired) *Room for large dining table *Hand built kitchen presses, Integrated dishwasher and room for fridge/freezer *Old Oak floor throughout Porch (2.77m x 1.17m) *Second entrance door to front of property, leading into hallway. Hallway (5.5m x 2.9m) *Old Oak floorboards Long corridor leading to downstairs WC and access to large Utility area. Stairs to first floor & half landing containing linen press
First Floor -Access from Kitchen Hallway
Master Bedroom [Green] (4.63m x 5.17m); over kitchen *Dual aspect *En-suite bathroom; bath/WC/sink/bidet (3.1m x 2.74m) *Bedroom and bathroom have built-in wardrobes *Wooden laminate floor in bedroom.
Adjacent room (3.06m x 2.3m) *this room could be used to make a master suite with dressing room. Small Office (2.97m x 2.49m) *Built in desk area over stairs

Pink Bedroom (5.08m x 5.53m) *Very large room over sitting room (lower ceiling) *Dual aspect *Window shutters *Built in wardrobe *Sink *Carpet *Space and plumbing for potential built in shower room
Long corridor accessed from pink bedroom and Dining Hall (6.77m x 0.9m) *Linen press Large Family Bathroom (3.35m x 1.99m) *Bath/Sink/WC *Window to rear of property.

Yellow Bedroom (5.98m x 3.09m) *Large room with two front facing sash windows *Built in wardrobe and bookcase.
Blue Bedroom (6.27m x 2.99m) *Over Reception/Music Room/Lounge *Triple aspect with sash windows *En-suite shower room (2.1m x 1.29m); double shower/sink/WC
Attic – Floor dimensions (9.05m x 5.88m) *slightly dismissed headroom due to gently slope of the roof *Full stairs leading from Dining Hall *Two small windows each end *fully boarded *Possible further two bedrooms and bathroom.
Basement *Two large rooms housing the boilers (oil).The larger one containing the boilers measures 6.24m x 5.95m, and the smaller one is the same size as the music room as it’s directly below it.
Features
This house, although having a late eighteenth-century core, is more typical of early nineteenth-century houses. The chimneystacks to the gable ends are a typical feature, as are the diminishing windows which emphasise the vertical thrust of the house. The simple façade is enlivened by the delicately ornate overlight. The limestone steps to the entrance are finely carved and are a reminder of the quality of craftsmanship of the masons. The additions and extensions are distinct in their architectural styles and add a patina of age to the site. The outbuilding reflects the architecture of the addition to form an overall coherent architectural scheme
Basement *Two large rooms housing the boilers (oil).The larger one containing the boilers measures 6.24m x 5.95m, and the smaller one is the same size as the music room as it’s directly below it.
Multiple-bay two-storey stables to east having single-storey flat-roofed extension to south, with half-hipped slate roof, painted roughcast rendered walls and square-headed openings with timber fittings to windows and timber battened half-doors. Pair of square profile ashlar limestone piers with moulded carved caps having double-leaf cast-iron gates with painted rendered boundary walls having limestone coping and blocked up flanking pedestrian entrances. *Expired planning permission for conversion to living space Attached garage, open front. Two outdoor taps on either side of property Utilities Mains Water Electricity Septic Tank Sky Cable Oil fired central heating.*Ample Parking in front of house.
Directions
The property is located in a prime position on the Cashel road out of Cahir town circa 3 min drive (1.9 km) via R670 and is just two minutes to junction 10 of the M8 Cork to Dublin motorway. Eircode E21T650

Location

Suirvale House, Cahir, Tipperary E21T650