Stud farm has it all for equine fans
A price of €4-5m is being sought for Newberry House, an outstanding Co Kildare period residence and stud farm on 170ac.
Ideally located in the heart of Kildare's bloodstock industry, the property is just 1.5 miles from Kilcullen, and less than a 15-minute drive from the Curragh.
Newberry is a two-storey, late 19th Century residence originally known as Carnalway House. It was built by the Tikel family, who once owned more than 2,000ac in the area, and has been occupied by the present owners for the past 35 years.
The residence comes with two yards and the range of equestrian facilities.
Approached through electric gates off a quiet country road, Newberry is tucked away in the centre of the farm. It extends to more than 7,000sqft and is in good condition.
The house includes an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, study and kitchens. In addition, there is a billiards room, office, eight bedrooms, six bathrooms, swimming pool and leisure area.
The house has been beautifully finished throughout. The spacious entrance hall has a curved stairwell, solid wood floor and a decorative ceiling.
The study, drawing and dining rooms have carved wood fireplaces with marble insets.