Millbrook House is a detached five-bay two-storey Victorian house with dormer attic, dating from 1885, built as steward's house originally. The house, which is a protected structure, is set back from the road on its own grounds comprising 1.7 Ha (4.2 acres) in total which includes a mill pond. The grounds to the site are severely overgrown. There is a detached two-storey masonry built coach house in the courtyard adjoining the main house.
Internally, the property is in very poor condition and in need of total refurbishment. The accommodation on the ground floor includes two reception rooms, a study, dining room, kitchen, parlour, and a number of additional rooms. The first floor accommodation includes seven / eight rooms in total. A similar number of rooms are on the second floor in the attic space.
In the courtyard to the northeast of the main house, there is a storey and a half coach house which has two coach bays and one of those is a tool shed / garage with double doors and a pit for maintenance. It also has two/ three stables and a tack room.
Expressions of interest are being sought from parties who have an interest in acquiring and preserving this important period building. Application forms and additional information is available from sole selling agents Power Property. Expression of Interest Applications are to be received by Power Property not later than 4pm on Tuesday 24th August 2021.
For further details please contact Kathy McDonagh or Andrew Carberry of Power Property on 090 6489000 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
Victorian House situated on 1.7 Ha (4.2 acres) of gardens including mill pond
Extending to approximately 836 sq. m. (9,004 sq. ft.)
Coach House building included in the sale
The property is situated in an area known as Oldtown about 2.5km from Abbeyleix
Formerly part of hte De Vesci Estate
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The subject property was formerly part of the De Vesci Estate and is located on the L16532, the estate road which leads to the Abbey Leix House, the focal point of the De Vesci Estate. It sits approximately 350 metres off the R433 Regional Road linking Abbeyleix with Rathdowney. The property is situated in an area known as Oldtown about 2.5km south west of Abbeyleix.