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4,500 sq ft(418.06 sq m)
Asking price €2,500,000(£2,205,220)

Glanmire House, DunkettleGlanmire, Co Cork, T45 NF40

    Key features

    • Elegant Victorian former Rectory
    • Main residence: Approx. 418 sq m / 4,500 sq ft
    • Gate Lodge: Approx. 79 sq m / 850 sq ft
    • Both extensively renovated and refurbished
    • Approx. 2.34 ha / 5.80 ac
    • Approx. 3.5 ac zoned for residential use
    • Oil fired back up seamless generator
    • Electronic gate access / ISDN line
    • Cork city centre 10 mins

    Lot 1: Glanmire Rectory & Gate Lodge situated on approx. 2.3 acres - Asking Price: €2m Lot 2: Approx. 3.5 acres of zoned development land -Asking Price €600,000 Lot 3: Entire – €2.5m

    About this property

    • Lot 1:
      Upon arrival you are greeted by electronic gates that grant access to an attractive Gate Lodge which is a lovely prelude to the main residence. The Gate Lodge was seamlessly extended, renovated and refurbished in 1999 to provide larger living space on the ground floor. The Gate Lodge is instantly recognisable with its lovely redbrick walls and yellow brick stringcourse and sill course. Internally, characterful and charming it provides generous and bright living space as well as a double bedroom and Mezzanine floor.

      From the Gate Lodge the tall Oak tree lined avenue leads to the main house, a majestic property with features such as a red brick external with yellow brick stringcourses, limestone cills and single pane over pane weighted sash windows. The property is simply beautiful and its immediate surroundings exude calmness. The deep gravel driveway area provides adequate parking for a large gathering as well as a stone façade double garage which is fully powered.

      Stepping inside the main hallway brings an instant sense of welcoming luxury, the property is spacious yet homely with the ground floor offering four reception rooms and a generously proportioned kitchen/breakfast room with direct access into the courtyard. To the rear you will also find a large utility room, guest WC's and service room. Making your way up the original and restored staircase, a tall arched window streams light into both the main hallway and landing.

      On the first floor you will find five double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite, a family bathroom and linen closet. The internal condition is immaculate and has been sympathetically restored and well finished throughout.

      Across the enclosed private courtyard you will find the double height stone-built Coach House which measures Approx. 13'04” X 37'11”. This area currently accommodates a snooker table and bar. Beyond the Coach House there is a large wood store and boiler room. The grounds surrounding Glanmire Rectory are impeccably maintained and wonderfully mature, within them you will find a choice of large lawn spaces, a Yew tree, Monkey Puzzle tree, Beech trees and grand Oak trees. The avenue benefits from tall lantern lighting which illuminate the way in the evening and large flood lights are well placed to up light a selection of mature trees. The approx. 2.3 acres of lush and mature grounds that surround the main residence provides a sheltered and private haven for Glanmire Rectory.

      The property has only changed hands once since its creation and it is truly a rare occasion to see a property of this calibre on this much land in this location come to the open market.

      Cork International airport which provides 9 daily flights to the UK and flights to the US is within 15 mins drive via the Jack Lynch tunnel. Cork city which is a hive of commercial and residential development is within 10 mins drive while a choice of schools both primary and secondary are easily accessed from Glanmire Rectory.

      Main residence: OFCH/Septic tank
      Gate Lodge: GFCH/mains
      Mains water for both properties
      CCTV security system with remote electronic access.

      Lot 2:
      Approx. 3.5 acres of the site are currently zoned Existing Built Up Area in the existing Local Area Plan. Objective ZU 3-1 applies which states development that supports in general the primary land use of the surrounding existing built up area would normally be encouraged. This land benefits from approx. 267 metres of road frontage. This section of land can be purchased separately. The primary land use of the surrounding area is a combination of large existing dwellings and low to medium density dwellings.

      BER Details - BER D1 - BER No.107687923 - Energy Performance Indicator: 226.94 kWh/M2/yr

    Additional information

    • Directions: From Cork City, take Lower Glanmire Road, pass Tivoli taking a left at the Dunkettle Roundabout into Glanmire. Once in the village take your first right over the hump back bridge followed by an immediate right turn. Pass AIB on left hand side and follow the road for approx. 300 metres. Glanmire Rectory is on your right hand side.