Longueville House Mallow County Cork, Mallow, Co. Cork

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Region €7,000,000

Detached House
18 Bedrooms, 18 Bathrooms, Detached House

Contact Name: David Ashmore

Agent: Lisney Sotheby's International Realty (Leeson Street)

PSR Licence Number: 001848

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LONGUEVILLE HOUSE

LONGUEVILLE HOUSE, Mallow, County Cork, P51 KC8K, Ireland

An elegant and important early 18th-century Irish country house idyllically positioned within a private setting overlooking the picturesque Blackwater river valley. Set within grounds of some 300 acres (121 hectares), Longueville House is a quite magical private estate which includes fishing on the River Blackwater and has a brandy distillery. Excess €7 million.

Dating to circa 1720 the early Georgian house was enlarged circa 1800 and, again, in 1862 when the beautiful Victorian Turner Conservatory was added. Longueville House enjoys a gracious Georgian design with perfect symmetry and refined elegance.

Architectural merit extends beyond the house with an extensive range of very attractive cut-stone outbuildings. The river valley position is extremely picturesque with the pleasantly undulating estate enjoying magnificent pastoral views that extend to Mount Hillary in the distance.

Since re-opening from the forced pandemic closure, Longueville House is now also available as a boutique exclusive hire residence private rental or venue. A myriad of use options available to a new owner range from use exclusively as a commercial hotel resort to being an entirely private family home resort. The house scale favourable to being a large private home with comfortable reception rooms and generous bedroom suites. Although now lapsed, planning permission was granted in 2007 to add circa 80 bedrooms for hotel use.

Inside the principal accommodation is bright and well-proportioned with much of the original Georgian character retained. The main house extends to some 23,933 square feet [2,223 square metres] and includes 6 principal reception rooms and 18 principal bedroom suites. All principal reception rooms and bedrooms face South. Open fires, superb natural light from tall large windows, strong broadband Wi-Fi connectivity and room controlled central heating make Longueville thoroughly pleasant and comfortable.

Accommodation is augmented by 4 lodges to give some 30,794 square feet or 2,860 square metres in total. The main house, Courtyard Cottage and Middle Lodge are presented in good condition. The other 2 lodges require upgrading or restoration, as do the outbuildings.

The estate comprises a pleasant mix of mature woodland and fertile arable lands, including the impressive park in front of the house with mature stands of oak planted in 1815 to replicate the Battle of Waterloo in celebration of Wellington’s victory.

There are a myriad of walking trails and old Bridle Ways throughout the estate. A riverbank walk within the estate includes fishing along a 1.1 mile stretch, notable for salmon and brown trout. An extensive apple orchard supplies apples to the estate cider brewery and brandy distillery. Longueville’s Craft Cider and Apple Brandy are enjoying increasing renown. Orchard bees produce estate honey. Wildlife and birdsong are omnipresent throughout the estate. Adjacent lands of some 100 acres (40 hectares) can be additionally purchased.

Longueville House is situated 3.7 miles [6 km] or a 5-minute drive from the bustling market town of Mallow [train station] and just 24 miles [39 km] or a 35-minute drive from Cork city centre. The daily hourly train service to Dublin takes 1-hour and 45-minutes. Walking, fishing, golfing, horse racing and tail riding are but a few of the leisure amenities available in the area.

Cork International airport [29 miles or 46 km] is a 45-minute drive, Shannon International airport a 1 hour 14-minute drive and Dublin airport a 2-hour 43-minute drive. Kerry airport (private jet facilities) is just over a 1-hour drive away.

Eircode [property specific address code] P51 KC8K, GPS location 52.1381959 (Latitude), -8.7359339 (Longitude). Elevation above sea level 312 feet or 95 metres.

For additional information, including floorplans and a ‘walk-through’ video contact Selling Agent David Ashmore in Lisney Sotheby’s International Realty.

David Ashmore

t. +353 87 251 2909

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Lisney Sotheby's International Realty (Leeson Street)
103 Upper Leeson Street Dublin 4

Contact Name: David Ashmore

PSR Licence Number: 001848

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This Detached House located at Longueville House Mallow County Cork, Mallow, Co. Cork is currently for sale. This property was last updated by Lisney Sotheby's International Realty (Leeson Street) 1 day ago. Longueville House Mallow County Cork, Mallow, Co. Cork is priced as: Region €7,000,000 and has 18 Bedrooms, 18 Bathrooms. View all properties for sale in Mallow, Co. Cork. View properties for sale with 18 bedrooms in Mallow, Co. Cork.
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