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Glynch House, (Lot 1), On C.19.59 Ha (48.42 Acres), Newbliss, Co. Monaghan, H18 EK11€775,000 EXEMPT

7 Bed 725 m² / 7804 ft² For Sale

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LOT 1: GLYNCH HOUSE ON APPROX. 19.59 HECTARES (48.42 ACRES) SPECIAL FEATURES • Charming period residence in a mature and private setting. • Located just outside the charming village of Newbliss and 10 minutes from Clones town • Two-story above basement family home with superb views over the surrounding countryside • Beautiful old buildings and outhouses in a private courtyard • Productive lands suitable for several uses such asvgrazing or tillage. DISTANCES Dublin Airport: 83.26 Miles (134 km) Belfast Airport: 75.81 Miles (122 km) Clones: 4.8 Miles (7.7 km) Monaghan town: 11.18 Miles (18 km) Cavan: 20.51 Miles (33 km) Drogheda: 51.57 Miles (83 km) (All times and distances are approximate.) LOCATION Glynch House sits on the outskirts of Newbliss village once home to the ancient Barony of Dartree and just a mere 7.7km from the town of Clones in County Monaghan. Newbliss village itself has a host of day to day amenities including a service station, butcher, post office and a number of pubs. Glynch House is within walking distance of Killeevan Central National School and there are a number of good secondary schools in close proximity. There are countless sports clubs in the area including GAA, athletics, soccer, golf, cycling, boxing, pony clubs, equestrian centres and an award winning gymnastics club. Clones or “Cluain Eois” the meadow of Eois is one of the oldest settlements in County Monaghan. It was developed by St Tiarnach in the 6th century and the town boasts a rich historic fabric which illustrates the towns evolution. A number of supermarkets, pubs, cafes, restaurants and hotels in be found within the town. Monaghan town is just 18km away, which was once home to the MacMahons who ruled the Kingdom of the Oriel between the 13th and 16th centuries. A deep sense of history and tradition has shaped Monaghan and it is reflected in the towns cultural and physical atmosphere. The magnificent St McCartans Cathedral is considered the most imposing building in the county while the towns name is derived from the Irish “Muineachain” meaning little hill as the county's countryside is characterized by rolling hills and drumlins with no major mountain ranges or rivers. Belfast Airport and Belfast city is approx. 1 hour and 30 minutes from Glynch House via the M1 motorway while Dublin Airport is 1 hour and 35 minutes minutes away. HISTORY Built by Richard Mayne c.1820, Glynch House is an imposing residence designed by Sir Richard Morrison to incorporate Grecian Porch and Doric columns. Sometime between the years of 1876 and 1957 the Kierans family occupied the property. Their son Dr James Kierans scratched his name on the study window in February 1917 and is still there to this day. The current family bought Glynch House in 1957 and it has been in the family since. The family farmed the land for over 60 years with 200 suckler cows, 400 sheep, 10,000 battery hens and 15 horses. They also began running a guest house in 1971 where they welcomed guests from all over the world. Many guests came as strangers and left as friends who made many return visits throughout the years. GLYNCH HOUSE Glynch House has all the elements of a country home with a superb, pillared porch commanding the entrance which leads on to an inviting front entrance hall. The drawing room to the left is a very bright and spacious room perfect for entertaining, warmed with a generous open marble fireplace with dual aspects providing stunning views overlooking Newbliss village and the rolling countryside. Across the hall the large dining room features a duo of tall sash windows and can comfortably accommodate large parties. Behind these, the central hallway features a wood burning stove that provides tremendous heat throughout the house. Accessed off this there is a fantastic family room for everyday use complete with a marble fireplace with a cast iron inset. The newly renovated kitchen is the heart of the residence and has a homely atmosphere. It consists of a mixture of high- and low-level units with a granite countertop and rangemaster cooker with an electric hob. Beyond this is a pantry, utility, and a boot room. Downstairs is complete with an office and a bathroom. The lower ground level also offers huge opportunities for imaginative recreation. Upstairs there are six double bedrooms of good proportions three of which benefit from ensuite bathrooms. There are also a further two single bedrooms and a family bathroom. GARDENS AND GROUNDS Glynch House is located on approx. 19 Hectares (48 Acres) of good grazing quality lands. The house is set within the middle of the land accessed via a long driveway to the front of property where landscaped lawns flank the house. This adds a welcoming privacy and perfect peace and quiet which is one of the wonderful bonuses of living in the countryside. To the rear of the residence is the charming cut stone courtyard which is made up of multiple sheds. Behind this there is a slatted shed. There are mature boundaries throughout with good access to the paddocks while there is also a rear entrance to the farmyard for agricultural use. At either entrance to the residential part of the farm there are two gate lodges. While one is a ruin and would need substantial work the gate lodge at the main entrance is still in relatively good condition but is not habitable and would need modernising.



Philip Guckian

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