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Milltown, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath

Detached House

Sale Agreed



189 sq.m.

EPI: 0 kWh/m2/yr


James L. Murtagh Auctioneers are delighted to present this traditional three-bedroom farmhouse and cut stone outbuildings on c.1.2 acres of gardens with adjoining courtyard at Milltown, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath. N91 VH76. Built in c.1850, this semi-detached four-bay two- storey house extends to over 2035 sq. ft. and has a two bay single storey flat roofed entrance porch to the centre of the faade with accommodation briefly comprising of reception room with feature fireplace, kitchen, dining room, living room, sitting room with feature fireplace, three bedrooms, guest bathroom and family bathroom.
Accommodation as follows:
Foyer 2.68m x 1.76m
Reception room 4.33m x 3.78m
Dining room 3.10m x 3.88m
Living room 2.91m x 3.91m
Kitchen 2.33m x 3.91m
Sitting room 5.05m x 4.40m
Hallway 8.11m x 1.03m
Guest bathroom 2.03m x 2.32m
Utility 2.07m x 1.32m
Bedroom 1 4.94m x 3.82m
Bedroom 2 3.49 x 3.93m
Bedroom 3 4.38m x 2.83m
Bathroom 2.65m x 3.65m
Hallway 4.81m x 1.01m
Hallway 2.83m x 3.65m
The property was reroofed and rewired in circa 2008, with newly installed front and rear doors and drylined on the ground floor. The property benefits from mains water, septic tank, oil fired central heating and solid fuel central heating.
This attractive mid nineteenth-century vernacular house retains its original character and form including original sash windows on upper level with an appealing complex of modest traditional outbuildings representing good examples of their date. These farmyard buildings are arranged around a central farmyard and were constructed with good quality stonework, including a lofted type granary and a 3 bay hay shed with leanto. There is ample opportunity to renovate these outbuildings for further living space or storage.
This property affords the prospective purchaser an excellent opportunity to renovate to their own unique style. As the residence has been vacant for a number of years, the new owners may avail of the Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant. This grant is funded by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage through the Croi Conaithe (Towns) Fund and you apply to your local authority. The grant provides funding for the refurbishment of vacant and derelict homes. One can get a grant of up to 50,000 to turn a vacant house or building into your permanent home or a rental property.
The property is situated on a corner site with a cut limestone boundary wall with the R394 and L538 roads to the west and north of the property. This imposing and unique property will be such to attract considerable interest from the discerning purchaser and provides great scope to redevelop, enhance and bring back to its former glory.
Viewing of this property is highly recommended – by appointment only.


  • Traditional farmhouse, outbuildings and courtyard on c.1.2 acres
  • Over 2035 sq.ft of living space
  • Original cut stone walls with an array of original buildings bounding the residence
  • Wonderful views of the idyllic rolling fields and country landscape
  • The new owners may avail of the Vacant Property Refurbishment Grant (up to €50,000)
  • This is a truly fantastic opportunity to acquire a unique property
  • Rewired and Reroofed circa 2008
  • Mains water, septic tank
  • OFCH and SFCH
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