PHOTOS: Killally House in Dundalk goes on the market

Traditional farmhouse on 10.9 acres

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Donard McCabe

PHOTOS: Killally House in Dundalk goes on the market

Killally House in Dundalk goes on the market

Killally House, a traditional farmhouse just on the outskirts of Dundalk, which has been in the same family for over 200 years, has just come on the market.

The house at Ballybarrack just outside Dundalk on the Ardee Road, is just minutes from the centre of the town as well as just a short drive to the M1 Motorway Junction 16 intersection.

This elegant period home is in a mature setting on c. 4.41ha / 10.9 acres of lands, which include superb landscaped gardens, meadows and paddocks.

According to vendors Sherry FitzGerald Carroll, The property is “steeped in history and holds many stories with an abundance of character and charm offered throughout the house”.

The family residence itself is an imposing 5 bed traditional farmhouse with a porch flanked by 2 box bay windows.

The ground floor accommodation includes the large drawing room, dining room, kitchen and scullery. In addition the study / playroom off the drawing room is a spacious dual aspect room requiring completion.

On the first floor of Killally House, accommodation includes 4 large bedrooms, family bathroom and a nursery / dressing room. A number of the rooms benefit from a dual aspect and vaulted ceilings.

Original features throughout the house include a range of marble, slate, cast iron and tiled fireplaces.

This property would make a fabulous family home. For more information see here or contact Sherry Fitzgerald Carroll on 042 9332173.