Former health farm in Enniskerry for €1m

Toranfield House’s 1,600sq m includes 20 bedrooms, office, gym, kitchen and pool

Toranfield House, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow

Toranfield House, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow

 

Finín O’Driscoll of Knight Frank is guiding €1 million for a large commercial building known as Toranfield House on extensive grounds at Enniskerry, Co Wicklow.

The 1,641sq m (17,677sq ft) building, once used as a treatment centre, is positioned around a central courtyard and includes 20 en suite bedrooms together with offices, treatment rooms, gym, leisure facilities, kitchen and a large diningroom with panoramic views over the Wicklow countryside to the Sugarloaf mountain. The facilities also include a swimming pool, beneath the floor of a large reception room.

The complex also has a warehouse extending to 291sq m (3,138sq ft) and an equally large stable building. The balance of the holding is a mixture of stud railed pasture land and natural forestry.

The estate adjoins the Dargle river and Powerscourt estate. O’Driscoll says the property would be ideally suited to a nursing home, medical care centre, hospital/hospice, health farm, conference centre or religious/retreat centre.

The property is being sold on the instructions of receivers Declan Taite and Sharon Barrett of Duff & Phelps and is located within 3km of Enniskerry village.

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