PICTURES: Restored rectory designed by renowned Tipperary architect on the market for €580k

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Guilcagh Rectory, Guilcagh, Portlaw, Co. Waterford, X91Y861

This exquisite and meticulously well-maintained 19th-century former rectory, designed by renowned Tipperary architect William Tinsley, is on the market for less than you’d think.

Extensively renovated by its current owners in 2009, Guilcagh Rectory is located just outside the village of Portlaw and offers luxurious family living with a perfect blend of timeless charm, modern elegance, sophistication, and comfort. 

Offering c.2,700 sq ft of living space, the rectory is a listed building that has preserved many of its original features. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom property features exposed stonework, vaulted ceilings and reinstated original beams.

The property sits on an elevated c.0.5 acre site, with mature gardens, a gravel driveway and a paved courtyard to the rear. It also has three stone outbuildings, including a garage. It is listed with an asking price of €580,000 on Daft.ie.

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