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Former monastery is now a stunning half a million Euro home

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Former monastery is now a stunning half a million Euro home

A former monastery that has been converted into a luxury home has been put up for sale with an asking price of €550,000.

The sale is being handled by agents Sherry Fitzgerald and the property is available to view through appointments only.

The four bedroomed property, named Garranlahan More, is a great setting to raise a family.

The current owners have decided to sell after spending ten years renovating and modernising the former monastery into a fantastic home.

The property was originally built in the mid-19th century and used as a Francican Monastery.

It was used as a school right up to the 1970s when it was sold to an American couple.

The current owners, Canadian couple Heather and Rodney Gale have transformed the property into a wonderful family home while keeping many of the original features.

The home includes a spacious dining room perfect for hosting family and friends. There is also a large lounge with fireplace which is perfect to cosy up in at the end of the day.

Garranlahan More dining

Garranlahan More lounge

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The kitchen is roomy with all the modern appliances and space you would expect.

Garranlahan More kitchen

There is also another spacious room downstairs that could be used as an office, music room, art studio or anything else, as well as a large library room and chapel.

Garranlahan More music

There are four large bedrooms upstairs meaning all the family can have their own space and privacy when necessary.

Garranlahan More bedroom

The home is set in beautiful gardens with mature copperbeech, oak, horse chestnut and beech trees offering shade and the opportunity to stay close to nature.

The outbuildings include a large storage shed, and a neighbouring cottage.

The sales is being handled by agents Sherry Fitzgerald. You can find out more by visiting sherryfitz.ie.

Take a look at the video tour of the house below.