Powers House, Main Street, Ballyhale, Kilkenny


3 Bed Period House 196 m² / 2110 ft² B3


Ennis Gough Property are delighted to bring this exceptional property to the market. Powers House, Main Street Ballyhale is a completely renovated and refurbished c.196sq m (c.2,100 sq ft) 3 bed property with various out-houses and buildings on a 1-acre site. Located on the main street this property has the benefit of access to high speed broadband located outside the front door, mains waste and a well on the property Ballyhale is 25 km from Kilkenny City and 28 km from Waterford City, with excellent motorway access. There are all village amenities, including sought after schools. The popular Mount Juliet Resort and Spa is a short distance away. The present owner has been meticulous in refurbishing Powers House and this is reflected in the excellent B3 Building Energy Rating, the bespoke Munster Joinery double glazing, insulation and back boiler Erin Stanley Stove. The property has also been completely rewired and replumbed. Upon entering the property, one is met by the original church style tiled floor and original hand carved dog-leg staircase. Leading from the entrance hall is the duel aspect sitting room which has timber affect flooring and the original, now decorative, marble fireplace. The kitchen is also entered off the entrance hall, this solid timber shaker style fully fitted kitchen has a Whirlpool integrated dishwater, Whirlpool integrated é'½ and é'½ fridge freezer, and electric hob, brushed chrome extractor fan and Whirlpool double oven. A movable island completes the kitchen. Leading from the kitchen is the open plan dining / sitting room (this is also accessed from the entrance hall) the Stanley stove heats this area and there is tiled flooring in the dining area. The Stanley Erin stove heats the radiators, water and the surrounding area. The living area has timber affect flooring and there is built in storage space. To the rear of the kitchen is a utility room which has fully fitted Shaker style storage, it also leads to the guest wc, which has a tiled floor and splashback. This also houses the washing machine and dryer. There is access to the courtyard from the utility room. The first floor has a galleried landing and off this is the duel aspect master bedroom with spacious ensuite, which has been tastefully tiled with upgraded sanitary ware and walk in shower. The second bedroom is also duel aspect, the beautiful carpet that dresses the stairs and landing runs through into this room, which complements the original, now decorative, fireplace. The third bedroom, also carpeted, is duel aspect. The family shower room is tastefully tiled with upgraded sanitary ware and walk in shower. The top hung casement windows throughout the house have privacy netting and roller blinds. The back boiler is complemented by gas fired central heating through a 24kw economical condenser boiler. Externally there is vehicular access to the rear of the property and a sunny courtyard area outside the back door. There are various out houses surrounding the courtyard once used as a stable with stairs to a loft. Behind the courtyard is a exceptional original building which measures 79 sq m (850 sq ft). this could easily be converted into a dwelling (spp) a large home office, a workshop or storage area. This stone-built building has a Blue Bangor slate roof which is in excellent condition. The remainder of the property is currently in an orchard and is unused. The property will make an excellent family home, it has been lovingly refurbished and retains many of its original features, its proximity to the motorway network and the high speed broadband which is available could make working from home a pleasure. The option of converting the outhouses also gives a purchaser a host of opportunities. This property is definitely worth a look !! Viewing through sole selling agents Ennis Gough Property

BER Details

BER: B3 Energy Performance Indicator:115 kWh/m²/yr