|Address||Earl Street Kanturk, P51 R657|
|Price||Last listed at €320,000|
|PSRA License No.||004313|
Dating back to the 1820s this landmark property was built by the Earl of Egmont, it is an elegant property still retaining a lot of its original charm and character.
Previously a thriving family business which has now closed, this beautiful building could easily be restored to a make for a feature Family Home. Occupying a prime position in the centre of town, overlooking the leafy O'Brien Street Park and the River Dalua.
Centrally located on the corner of Egmont Place and Earl Street, and is regarded as a key building in the thriving market town of Kanturk. Original limestone details on the facade, and magnificent original door and fanlight.
Originally an elegant residence with yard and buildings attached , it was used as a coaching station for the mail service among other things. It was later leased to the British Government and used as a Royal Irish Constabulary Barrack. After Independence, it became the barracks for An Garda Siochana, until the Burke's bought it in 1979, where their business benefited from the excellent positioning of this imposing building in the very busy town of Kanturk.
The Building extends to an impressive 5,349 sq.ft ( 497 sq. m).
The surrounding area is mixed commercial and residential with occupiers including, Restaurants, Boutiques, Shops & Solicitors/Offices to name but a few.
This is a beautiful building which would easily lends itself to a number of uses and could be converted to a residential home.
Energy Rating: C2/ 800823965/530.43
For further details and viewings please contact Sole Selling Agents SOC Property.
BER No.: 800823965
Energy Performance Indicator: 530.43 kWh/m²/yr