Superb River Front Four Bed House with Marina Sliguff Bagenalstown Co Carlow ireland
Euroresales Property iD - 9825165
For sale, 'Riverview', a superb property set on the riverbank. The property has four bedrooms, four-bathrooms and three kitchen areas. This property may offer the chance for a partial furnished sale, on negotiation with the seller. Offers over E1,800,000.
'Riverview' is located right along the River Barrow and benefits from breath taking panoramic views of the River and the rolling hills of Carlow. The Property also has its own private marina and lift bridge and is one of only (2) properties in The Republic of ireland to have a marina connected to a major river.
The property is situated on just under (8) acres of beautifully landscaped gardens with a granite stone walk-path which extends from the property all the way down to the entrance of the private marina. The property is situated on a multi-levelled site, which adds to its charm and unique character.
The property has a picturesque carport of which to the right is a detached fully contained Guesthouse suite with a modern glass balcony which overlooks the river valley. 'Riverview' is one-of-a-kind and there would not be any properties that would even come close to its properties in the area, and most likely in the country.
The property also has an office space located inside the hill slope and faced with granite and Kilkenny stone. it would be the only property in the country to benefit from such an artist structure; beside it, stands a state-of-the-art modern workshop. The workshop is currently 80% complete.
The main property has a beautifully decked terrace to the rear and sides of the property all of which overlook the river and hills beyond. in excess of 500,000 euros has been spent on landscaping alone (this includes the granite stone walk-path, shrubs, plants and trees, and numerous decked seating and BBQ areas). The property is gated with royal cast iron and has a full FAAC electronic gate system.
Riverview has been renovated to an extremely high standard. The property also has 3 full state-of-the-art kitchens, 4 living rooms, and a glass conservatory room. Riverview has an abundance of outdoor lighting features and also has cast iron entrance lights which extend from the property all the way to the main gate.
The property also has a full CCTV system. Every window in the property has a spectacular view. There is no doubt that this property is a boundless future investment! Pictures will not do this property justice; it must be seen in reality to truly be appreciated in its entirety.
A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Sliguff, Bagenalstown, Co Carlow, ireland.
Bedrooms - 4
Bathrooms - 4
Furnished - Negotiable
Pool - N/A
Garden - Private
View - Panoramic river
About the Area:
Muine Bheag or Muinebheag, also known as Bagenalstown ?bæ?.n?lz.ta?n, is a small town on the River Barrow in County Carlow, ireland.
The town sprang up within the townland of Moneybeg, which comes from irish Muine Bheag, meaning 'small thicket'. in the 18th century there was a small hamlet there. Walter Bagenal decided to build a town on the site, named 'New Versailles' and modelled after Versailles in France. However, shortly after the building began the coach route from Dublin was changed so that coaches now crossed the River Barrow at Leighlinbridge instead. Bagenal abandoned his plans, having built only a courthouse. it wasn't until the arrival of the railway in 1846 that the settlement began to grow into a town.
Near Muine Bheag is Ballyloughan Castle, which comprises a twin-towered gatehouse and the hall and foundations of one of the corner towers of a large castle dating from about 1300.
The 1st Bagenalstown BP Scout Group was set up in 2009 and meets in the McGrath hall. Their activities include hiking, camping, kayaking and games. in 2011 the troop became the first in the history of the state to stay in an Army barracks.
Muine Bheag hosts a floral festival every August.
Muine Bheag is the local GAA club, formed in 2018 after the amalgamation of three former clubs.
Muine Bheag has had a long tradition in cricket. The Bagenalstown Cricket Club was first formed in 1843 by the local millers and is still in use. The club's logo is a grinding wheel, which was used in early milling.
There is a swimming pool on the approach road to the town from Leighlinbridge.
The racehorse Danoli, described in 1995 as "the most popular racehorse in ireland" was trained near the town by Thomas Foley.
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