• For sale
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres
The Old Rectory, Ballycanew - c. 3.5 acres

For Sale

The Old Rectory is an attractive 5 bed, two story period property. Situated in the verdant Wexford countryside just outside the village of Ballycanew, the property enjoys a delightful setting among 1.4 ha (3.5 acres) of grounds and gardens including a small paddock. Delightfully tucked away down its own short avenue, the house offers new owners wonderful privacy and solitude.

 

Description

The house retains a wealth of period features throughout, consistent with the age and style of the building including; original sash windows, and wood floors along with full height ceilings and plain cornicing. The property, whilst currently lived in will require some modernisation and updating.

Internally the accommodation is accessed through an impressive front door opening into the entrance hall. To the right is the drawing room which is bright and airy with duel aspect sash windows. There is a solid wood burning stove with marble surround. On the opposite side is a similar size and styled room in use as a dining room with a feature tiled fireplace. Further down the hall is the staircase with under stair storage and opposite is the study / office. The kitchen is of traditional country style with solid fuel Rayburn cooker and access to the utility room which is plumbed and has ample storage units along with a Belfast sink. A guest WC completes the accommodation at this level.

Upstairs there are four good size, generous bedrooms including the master bedroom. A smaller single bedroom which could be turned into a walk-through wardrobe or ensuite subject to works is adjacent to the master bedroom. There is a guest WC and a separate family bathroom. 

Ground Floor

Reception Hall                   1.93m x 5.19m

Sitting Room                      4.1m x 5m

Dining Room                      4.23m x 4.85m

Inner Hall                             2.59m x 5.02m

Study 4                                 25m x 2.52m

Rear Hall

Kitchen                                 4.26m x 3.73m

Utility Room                       3.11m x 1.93m

Guest WC & WHB

First Floor

Bedroom 1                          4.86m x 3.92m

Bedroom 2                          4.19m x 4.79m

Bedroom 3                          3.53m x 4.36m

Bedroom 4                          4.34m x 3.21m

Bedroom 5                          3.3m x 2m

Bathroom                            34m x 5.5m

 

Gardens

The Old Rectory is situated on approx. 1.4 ha (3.5 acres) of grounds and gardens. Approached via a short tree lined avenue there is ample parking on the gravel forecourt. The property is fringed with mature trees offering an oasis of solitude and privacy for new owners. Surrounded by a small paddock and lawns with mature planting, the grounds offer a colourful montage over the course of the year with a special feature pond offering a secret oasis for wildlife.

To the rear is the stone coach house with internal sheltered courtyard and established grapevine. A patio area provides a wonderful opportunity for outdoor entertaining in the summer months.

 

Special Features

  • Charming 5 bed family home in period residence
  • Functional layout and accommodation
  • Beautiful surrounding garden approx. 1.4 ha (3.5 acres)
  • 300m walk from Ballycanew Village
  • Wealth of amenities within a 20km radius 

 

Location

The Old Rectory is located a 300m walk to the village of Ballycanew, a small rural village in Co. Wexford on the R741 regional road south of Gorey. Ballycanew is served by a primary school, two churches, pubs and shops; while the Ounavarra River passes through the village. Gorey is 8km north with Dublin a further 80km along the M11. Access to the M11 is only 6km away on the Gorey to Ballycanew Road. The nearest railway station is Gorey railway station on the Rosslare Europort to Dublin line. In addition to rail, there is an excellent bus service to Dublin with buses leaving every half hour throughout the day. This property is only a short drive to a host of beautiful beaches.

  • Ballycanew         300 m
  • Gorey                   8 km
  • Enniscorthy        25 km
  • Dublin                   88 km

 

 

 

Services:

  • OFCH
  • Private Well
  • Mains Sewage

 

Directions

From the M11, take Exit 23 for Gorey.  Follow signs for R741 Ballycanew/Wexford.  Travel for 7km through Ballycanew Village, keeping left on R741 for Wexford.  The Old Rectory is on the right-hand side as you leave the Village. 

 

Agent Details

Marcus Magnier

Colliers International

Tel: +353 1 633 3700

marcus.magnier@colliers.com

Hambleden House,

19-26 Lower Pembroke Street,

Dublin 2.

PSRA Licence No. 001223


Niall Slattery

Warren Estates Ltd

 Tel: +353 53 942 1211  

property@warrenestates.com

82 Main Street,

Gorey,

Co. Wexford.

PSRA License No: 002637 

 
 

BER

Exempt

 

Viewing Details

Strictly by private appointment only

Property Details