- Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
- Overall Floor Area: 207 m²
James L. Murtagh Auctioneers are delighted to present the magnificent Kirkview House, Castlepollard, County Westmeath to the market, a period style property oozing elegance and grace wonderfully positioned within Castlepollard.
Kirkview House has been sensitively and wonderfully maintained throughout the years by the current owners and exudes all the character and remarkable features one would expect of a property of its time including high ceilings, coving, sash windows and beautifully proportioned accommodation which spans over 2227 sq. ft over two separate floors.
Upon entering Kirkview House, you are captured by the grandeur and opulence portrayed and it is of no doubt that the property played a host to society on behalf of the occupants through the years. The two floors of the residence of presently laid out with 4 bedrooms (master ensuite), family bathroom, two reception rooms with period features intact and marble fireplaces, modern kitchen -dining area to the rear of the property following on to the utility and w.c.
Accommodation as follows:-
Foyer 4.91m x 2.04m
Reception room - 5.44m x 3.75m
Living room - 5.50m x 3.80m
Kitchen - 3.85m x 3.76m
Dining area - 3.85m x 1.92m
Utility - 3.01m x 3.83m
Bathroom 1 - 1.99m x 1.83m
Bedroom 1 - 3.56m x 3.63m (ensuite 2.39m x 1.92m)
Bedroom 2 - 3.96m x 4.41m
Bedroom 3 - 4.15m x 3.77m
Bedroom 4 - 4.24m x 3.77
Bathroom 2 - 2.03m x 2.63m
Hallway - 2.36m x 2.03m / 3.11m x 1.14m
Kirkview House and outbuildings are set on an exceptional 0.64 acre site encompassing mature hedging and native trees which do not disturb the propertys enjoyment of the natural light and offers invaluable secure private open space.
Although Kirkview House is a uniquely aspirational home for the discerning purchaser, it also lends itself to a host of commercial and alternative residential purposes.
Kirkview House is positioned within Castlepollards 'expanded Settlement Centre' zoning the policy of which is to 'Provide for, protect and strengthen the vitality and viability of town centres, through encouraging a mix of uses and maximising the use of land.'
It is the intention that these lands will facilitate expanded town/villages services including a range of uses such as commercial, health uses and retail development together with residential use. Development proposals associated with these lands must have regard to the Core Strategy and Retail Strategy and associated development management policies. A diverse range of day and evening uses is encouraged on such lands.
Considering the above zoning, it would not be beyond the realm of imagination and would suit the commercial uses such as inter alia Doctor/ dentist surgeries, Health centre, childcare facility, veterinary surgery. Indeed, there are many additional residential uses including the potential development of apartments, and the possibility of an alternative wedding venue, boutique hotel, all the foregoing is permitted in principle within this zoning and are generally accepted subject to the normal planning process and compliance with the Westmeath Development Plan.
Kirkview House is is located at Dublin Road, in the village of Castlepollard. Located less than 100m from The Square which comprises of units occupied by a number of mixed uses including, inter alia, commercial, retail, enterprise, social and residential. This prime centre location is within immediate access to the above amenities and transport nodes, benefits from existing services and situated opposite an open green area with social amenities. Castlepollard is a village in north County Westmeath, It lies west of Lough Lene and northeast of Lough Derravaragh and Mullingar. The village is known for its built heritage and is home to Tullynally Castle, a Gothic Revival castle and Fore Abbey, where the ruins of a Benedictine Abbey stand only a mere 5km from the subject property
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