A charming Victorian home that was once a Royal Irish Constabulary barracks has been put up for sale with an asking price of €1,150,000.
The home is situated in Co Wicklow and with four bedrooms and three bathrooms and would make for a perfect family home.
The home served as the Royal Constabulary Barracks from 1903 to 1922, which was a period of much unrest and conflict in Ireland as the battle for independence from Britain raged.
Much of the character and features from that time remain in place, but the property is fully modernised with all the necessary comforts and convenience for modern day living.
The Wicklow home is a short journey from all of the attractions the town has to offer, with the seaside a mere stone’s throw away. There are also numeous bars, cafes, restaurants and shops in the local area.
Inside the detached home, which is known as Glen Lodge, is a black and white tiled hallway, with living room and drawing room either side.
The living room opens out onto a family room at the back of the property with both featuring a cast-iron fireplace.
The kitchen has two sets of French doors opening out onto the westerly facing back garden, which is bathed in sunshine for much of the daylight hours.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms with two overlooking the back garden area and two overlooking the front.
The back garden includes a patio area which is ideal for hosting summer parties and barbecues, while the front is bordered by concrete walls and hedges to provide some privacy.
The spacious home is the perfect place to raise a family, with plenty of sports and culture to absorb in the local community.
The sale is being handled by agents Sherry Fitzgerald. If you would like more information then click here.
Take a look at the promotional video of the home created by the team at Sherry Fitzgerald.