Friday 2 December 2016

Olde worlde charms in Wexford

Published 22/04/2011 | 05:00

Originally built as a farm house, Knockataylor has been lovingly restored to display its olde worlde charms. Some of the former farm outbuildings also retain attractive aspects including a clock tower, which features in a cobbled courtyard with reconstructed stables that offer potential as a home office or ancillary accommodation.

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Its period-style sittingroom has an oak-surround fireplace, coving and parquet flooring. Quarry tiles adorn the floors of the entrance hall and kitchen.

The kitchen and diningroom are combined and fitted with a range of units and appliances. Antique style radiators complement other period features throughout the house and these are heated by a back-boiler system from a stove in the sittingroom and a solid fuel burning cooker in the kitchen.

A study is also located at ground level where a rear entrance hall provides access to a bathroom and utility area. All four bedrooms are upstairs.The property, on three acres, is located about a mile from the River Slaney, it is close to Ferrycarrig and convenient to Wexford Town.

The vendors are asking €325,000 or nearest offer.

Contact Kehoe & Assoc 053 9144393

Irish Independent

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