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‘Georgian-style home in Wexford comes with equestrian facilities’. Irish Independent. 15/03/24.

The exterior of the property

Coonogue, Adamstown, Enniscorthy, Co Wexford

Asking price: €425,000

Agent: Joint agents QUINN PRPERTY (053) 948 0000 and Kehoe & Associates (053) 914 4393

Unlike its namesake in West Dublin, which was launched as Ireland’s newest town in 2005, Adamstown in Wexford has a long history going back to 1418, when a castle was first built there for Adam Devereux, for whom the village is named.

All that now remains of the castle, which was rebuilt in 1556, is a ruined tower house close to the village centre, which also has schools (pre-school, primary and secondary), shops, pubs, a post office, filling station, church, sports amenities and a community centre.

Located 3.8km from the villaage is this Georgian-style house set on two acres with equestrian facilities.

Approached via a gravelled drive, it’s surrounded by landscaped grounds, including a sheltered garden with fruit trees, a garage/gym, storage shed and a one-acre paddock and stable.

Built in 2000, the house extends to 2,755 sq ft and opens into a double-height entrance hall, off which is a guest WC, a family room, a kitchen/dining room with Belfast sink and island unit, a separate utility room and a sitting room with sliding doors to a patio overlooking the back garden.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath. A spiral staircase leads up to three storage rooms at attic level.

Adamstown is a small village with a close-knit community. The towns of Wexford, Enniscorthy and New Ross are 20 to 25 minutes away by car and it’s 45 minutes to Waterford.

This article was written by Celine Naughton and can be accessed here.

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