Cahermoyle House is a house of architectural significance with far-reaching views and a private chapel
About this property
- Cahermoyle House occupies an elevated, easterly-facing situation with excellent views over the rural Limerick countryside. The property is entered through a bell-mouthed stone wall with piers and wrought iron gates and is accessed via a hardcore driveway which terminates at the front where there is a turning area and parking. The drive also leads to the rear courtyard.
- The house is in three principal sections. The original house is entered via a porch and is constructed of dressed and cut limestone. External features include the round-headed openings with cut stone voussoirs supported on rendered columns with decorative capitals.
- A number of internal period features form part of the original house, including timber paneling and cornicing, marble fireplaces and window shutters. The double-height lobby is perhaps the most impressive room at Cahermoyle. It comprises an ambulatory on the ground and first floors, separated from the lobby by rendered arcades with column capitals depicting different scenes, including cows and milkmaids, hunting dogs and boars. The lobby includes an impressive fireplace. The existing ground floor accommodation includes the principal reception rooms for the house.
A number of internal period features form part of the original house, including timber panelling and cornicing, marble fireplaces and
window shutters. Attached to the western elevation of the original house is a two-storey wing extension enhanced by a single-storey
projecting arcade. Its accommodation includes service rooms and bedrooms with ensuite bath/shower rooms.
The original house is entered via a porch and is constructed of dressed and cut limestone.
Inside it features timber panelling and cornicing, marble fireplaces and window shutters.
The double-height lobby is perhaps the most impressive room in the property and boasts a stunning fireplace.
Outside a courtyard and walled garden with limestone quoins awaits. As does an outdoor swimming pool!
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Directions: Directions (Eircode: V42 YA 21) From Limerick take the M20 and filter onto the N21. Continue to Reens then
turn right onto the R523 and proceed for about 4 kilometres. Turn right immediately after crossing over the stone bridge
and continue for about 250 metres then take the first left. Proceed to the end of this road to arrive at the entrance to
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