Absolute Property Group are delighted to bring this historic property to market. Located in the centre of Tipperary town, within walking distance from the main street, town centre and train station. The GAA pitch is opposite the house and the Abbey Christian Brothers school is just down the road. Built c.1900, the corner-sited detached two-storey house has the original wraparound shopfront corner with separate access to the house. The exterior of the building maintains its original tiling over the windows and doors.
The family home boasts 6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms upstairs in the main house. There are 2 adjoining attic rooms on the top floor. Downstairs the entrance hallway still has its original tiling floor and staircase with double wooden doors with stained glass leading to the lower hall. To the left of the hallway is the main sitting room compete with original fireplace. Off the lower hall is a large room to the right which would have originally been the shop complete with wall to ceiling wooden panelling. The family room is the at the rear of the lower hallway and has original fireplace, sash windows and double glass doors leading to a private yard. The kitchen is to the left of the lower hallway with fitted units and utility room leading to the rear of the building.
At the rear exterior of the property is a tarmacadam yard surrounded by high stone walls. Here you will find the Mews with 2 large rooms downstairs and toilet. Upstairs has 3 bedrooms with showers and sinks and a main bathroom with a bath, WC and WHB. To the rear of the downstairs is a garage/utility area 13.3m x 3.8m long. There is a private office located between the Mews and the main house.
Oil fired central heating.
GROUND FLOOR: 103m2
Shop: 21.2m2. Original shop with wooden panelling 3 pane glass window.
Hallway 9.8m2. Original tiled flooring and stairs. Double doors with stained glass.
Lower Hallway: 2.9m2
Kitchen/Dining 17.5m2. Small utility room with door to rear yard
Sitting room: 12m2 with original fireplace, sash windows and cornicing. Double radiator
Living room: 21.2m with original fireplace. Double doors to outside. Original cornicing.
1st FLOOR 103m2
Bed 1. 16.6m2 Original cornicing. Built in wardrobes. Original fireplace. Single sash window with radiator.
Bedroom 2. 12.9m2. Original sash window, fireplace and cornicing.
Main Bathroom: 4m2 Bath, sink & W.H.B
Bedroom 3: 12m2Corner shower. WHB. Original sash window
Bedroom 4: 8m2. Original sash window, cornicing. WHB
Bedroom 5: 13.6m2. Original sash window and cornicing. Built in wardrobe
Bedroom 6: 8.4m2. Original sash window and cornicing. WHB and built in wardrobe.
2nd FLOOR: 2 adjoining rooms
Hall: 3.48 x 1.38
Sitting Room: 4.5m x 6m. 2 windows with radiators. Centre light
Living room/Kitchen: 22m x 5m. Door leading to large garage/utility room 13.23m x 3.88m
Downstairs bathroom: 1.88m x 0.9m.
Full site area is 502.93 m2 or 0.12acre
For those interested in architecture, Airmount house boasts some very interesting original features. This includes exterior glazed tiles, one-over-one pane timber sliding sash windows, moulded cornice, render surround and glazed tiles to frieze; timber panelled door with overlight. Timber and rendered shopfront, with moulded cornice, glazed tiled pilasters running through fasciaboard with glazed tiling to stall risers. Square-headed timber display windows, tripartite to north elevation, with painted rendered sills and moulded rendered plinth course. Recessed square-headed entrance at corner, door opening boarded up, with tripartite overlight, timber boarding to sides and wrought-iron gate to porch.
Renovation grants are available to with the local authority up to €30,000 for occupation as a private residence for first time buyers. For repair and leasing, there is a grant up to €60,000. For further information, see www.housing.gov.ie.
Airmount House offers different potential for buyers as either a family home or investment opportunity.
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