Once the home of the local parish priest, this building has a sense of grandeur and space and was probably purpose-built in 1870, about 15 years after the Famine.
Running to 2,620 sq ft, and with high ceilings and original features, this is now a warm and inviting family home, says Mary McGann of Sherry FitzGerald McMahon. She’s selling the property for offers in the region of €398,000 and has already reached the €370,000 mark, a strong price for the area.
The Old Parochial House has wonderful sea views and is just a mile from the beach. It has an acre site with mature landscaped gardens.
Inside, there’s plenty of room for a large family. Apart from four bedrooms, there’s a huge drawing room, a large kitchen/diner, a study, library, large sunroom and two bathrooms, including jacuzzi. There’s also a garage and fuel shed.