Joint Agents Brian Gleeson Property and Sherry FitzGerald Hennessy are delighted to bring this impressive country residence to market.
Muckridge House is set on circa 102 acres located on the edge of the picturesque and National Heritage seaside town of Youghal in East Cork, close to the protected Youghal brickworks and Heathfield Tower.
Muckridge House is a 19th Century heritage double-bow fronted two storey over basement residence.
The house is approached by a sweeping flight of stone steps to the front door which leads into a central entrance hall. Internally the rooms are arranged around the central entrance hall with the staircase offset to the left at the rear of the hall. The rooms retain many original features such as fireplaces, decorative cornicing, timber panelled doors and shutters. The rooms take full advantage of the large Georgian style windows and are both bright and extremely spacious, with high ceilings throughout.
To the rear of Muckridge House are a number of associated outbuildings including a two storey coach house/barn with an arched vehicular entrance.
Our research tells us this home was a lived-in mansion from the late 1700s with the Hobson family mentioned in historical documents as residents at Muckridge from the mid 1770s. In 1814 Richard Fitzgerald is recorded as resident there, followed by a reference to William Fitzgerald in 1837.
This home with an abundance of charisma and character now awaits an owner to restore it to its former glory.
The main residence comprises of an Entrance Hall, Drawing room, Dining room, Family room, Games room, Office, Kitchen, 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, full basement with Cellar and 8 further rooms.
Various associated outbuildings arranged around 3 sides of a yard, including a two storey coach house and other outbuildings.
Farmyard with 5 bay hay barn with learn-to to each side. A further two 4-bay barn buildings, one with lean-to and other farm buildings, Silage pit and cattle crush.
Private water, septic tank
Muckridge House is located only a three minute drive to the seaside Heritage Town of Youghal. Sitting on the confluence of the River Blackwater, the town has a distinctive long and narrow layout and a stunning beach. Youghal has many historic buildings and monuments within its ancient town walls and is a designated Heritage Port town, in fact, it has one of the best examples of a Norman walled port in Ireland today.
Youghal has entertainment in abundance for all the family, and many activities on offer, such as; golf, river boat trips, fishing, walking tours, swimming and surfing, to name a just a few. The town is also famous for its selection of many fine restaurants and pubs, with a live music tradition.
Youghal Town – 1km, Cork International Airport – 50 km, Waterford – 75km.