Two five-bed homes on vast garden site in Limerick

Clonkeen is a five-bedroom Georgian house on around 24 acres, at Barringtons Bridge, a few miles outside Limerick city – and there’s a five-bed coachhouse thrown in


Clonkeen House, Lisnagry, Co Limerick

A five-bed period home in need of modernisation and a renovated five-bedroom stone coach house
Agent Savills

Clonkeen House comprises not one but two properties on about 24 acres of land at Barringtons Bridge, eight miles from Limerick city.

The main house is a plain, five-bedroom Georgian that requiresmodernisation inside. Dating from around 1780, it is a spacious 464sq m (5,000sq ft).

Entry to the house is via a wooden porch that has a parquet floor and casement windows. A small sitting room with an office off it is to the right.

To the left is a drawing room with a marble fireplace, decorative cornicing and French windows through to the dining room where there is a matching marble fireplace and a bay window overlooking the front lawn.

A door leads from the dining room to the 1980s-style kitchen where another bay window looks onto the very substantial south-facing lawn.

At garden level there is a second kitchen, a living room opening to a terrace and one of the house’s five bedrooms. This could become a self-contained flat.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms (the main has an en suite bathroom).

To the rear of the main house, is a cut-stone coach house that is included in the sale. It was renovated and extended in 2007 to create a five-bedroom home of 232sq m (2,500sq ft). Downstairs, there’s a main bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom, a smart kitchen, living room and sun room.

Together, the properties are asking €700,000 through Savills. Set on about seven acres of gardens that run down to the banks of a river, the estate includes a walled garden and trees.

The village of Lisnagry is three and a half miles away. Shannon Airport is a 30-minute drive.

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