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No. 355 GLENADE HOUSE, GLENADE, CO. LEITRIM
(355MY-GE) approx. 65 acre   Price Guide: €550.000


BER EXEMPT



The property:
-Glenade House
-1 single storey and 2 Twostorey Derelict Stone Buildings
- Walled Gardens
-Extensive Lake Frontage & Road fronatgbe on R 280
-Peytons Island (circa 0.659 acre)
-Circa 65 acres of ground
-Circa 80 acres of Glenade Lough
-Offered in 1 or more lots

Glenade
The Valley:
Located betweeen Manorhamilton and Bundoran this valley is a beautiful scenic area with the Tievebaun Mountain to the West and the Dough Mountain Range to the East.
The valley also known, as the jealous valley owes is name to the legend of Parthalon the first man to reach Ireland with his wife Dealghait after the biblical flood.


Circa 80 acres of Glenade Lough and the additional Peytons Island form part of the property The Bonet River rises in the lake. Glenade lake is associated with the local legend of a monster named Dobarchu (Water Dog). In 1722 the monster killed a local girl Grace Connolly and her husband avenged her death.

Glenade House
Colonel JJ Cullen built Glenade House 1837 in neo classical style with imposing cut stone front featuring 10 round stone pillars. Built of limestone the house is in original condtion, external as internally.


It changed owners in the early 20th century to Thomas & Eliza Scorscadden, then after World War two Mr. Keaney, a practising solicitor was the proprietor up to the 1980. The present owner used the property as a summer residence to come to from mainland Europe.

It offers 3 levels, the principle rooms on ground level with georgian layout, former kitchens and storage quarters on basement level and servants quarters at roof level.

Ground Level:
All original covings, windows with timber shutters, and doors are in place
Reception Room 4.35m x 4.51m
Drawing room with open fireplace 5m x 7m
Living Room with open fireplace 6.7m x 5m
Bedroom No.1 with open fireplace 4.17m x 4.53m
Bedroom No. 2 with open fireplace 3.7m x 4m
Bedroom No. 3 with open fireplace 4.53m x 3.8m
Kitchen with open fireplace 3.9m x 3.65m
Large Hallway with Staircase

Basement:
Pantry 2 x 3m
Store Room 2.35m x 4.42m
Cell 1.92m x 5.17m
Room 4m x 3.93m
Room 3.75m x 4.56m
Room 4m x 4.28m
Room 5.35m x 4.4m
Former Kitchen 4.36m x 4.53m
Wine Cellar 5.55m x 1.6m
Store 5.55m x 1.6m
Store 5.55m x 1.6m
Store 5.55m x 2.36m
Large Hallway and external door

Roof Level:
Bathroom 2.7m x 3.9m
WC 2.65m x 1m
Bedroom 4.26m x 8m
Bedroom 4.26m x 4.6m
Hallway and Attic space

Exisiting services include mains water, mains power, septic tank and Alarm system.

Grounds and Outhouses:
A total of 3 single and two-storey derelict stone buildings including St. Catrines Cottage
Walled Gardens

Price Guide: €550.000 open to offers


     

The above particulars are issued by this office on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through this office. Every care is taken preparing particulars but this firm does not hold itself responsible for any inaccuracies. All reasonable offers will be submitted to the vendors. O.S.I. No. AU0024906

For more information and appointments please contact us:

Schiller & Schiller
Licensed Auctioneers & Sole Agents
Ardtarmon Castle
F91KW88 Ballinfull P.O., County Sligo
Rep. of Ireland


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