Stunning Block of 4 Apartments For Sale in Kilkenny ireland
Apartment 1 is on the East side of the Building
You enter this apartment from the street through a common Front door on the south side to a common hallway. The entrance is the first door on the right.
Electric Heating using new fully controlled storage heating.
Kitchen has a hob and oven installed .
There is a storage room and storage press.
Connected to a common fire alarm system.
Newly wired and Plumed.
The bedroom is to the left of the kitchen and there has double doors leading to the back yard.
There is high ceilings in the kitchen and bedroom of this apartment.
Access to the Atic which is fully insulated
Storage fo bins for apartment 1 in a separate area outside.
Fibre broad band is available on the street in the village.
Apartment Number 2
Sits on the west side of the building
With window looking on the the Main Street
Access to this apartment is from the street through a common door on the south side of the building through to a common hallway from there the door to apartment 2 is on the right.
The apartment is newly wired and plumed
The heating system is electric with fully controlled modern storage heaters
The apartment features exposed stone wall on one side and exposed brick in the bedroom. Some remaining features That reminds us of the past Life as a public house.
The kitchen living room area has a high timber sheeted ceilings that is fully insulated.the kitchen has a stone tile on the floor and the lounge/Living area has a timber floor.
The bed room has a timber floor with a window looking out onto the street. There is a walk-in wardrobe/storage area off the bedroom. Shower room /Toilet is also off the bedroom.
Access to this apartment is also from the street on the south side through a common door to a common hallway ,the door for the apartment is in front of you .
Through the door and up the stairs to the landing where the door on the right is the kitchen with hob and oven installed,
A view of Kiltorcan hill through the window to the East. The gas boiler is installed in this room.
if you turn left on the landing the main showers room /toilets is on the left with an unsuited bedroom next on the left. On the right is the family sitting room.
Also on the right there is a stairway leading to two large bedroom.
Heated by Natural gas. insulation installed in floor and ceiling,
Newly wired and plumed,
There is a storage area sectioned off for bins etc outside in the back yard, and a gas tank.
Access to this apartment is through is own door on the west side on the Main Street
You enter into a hallway with the kitchen/living room first on the left and the bedroom unsuite next on the left . The front window looks onto the street and the window in the bedroom looks out on the back yard.
This kitchen has a free standing cooker.
The kitchen has old stone tiles.
The lounge/ living area has timber floor.
There is a storage are in the bedroom and an exterior storage area sectioned off for bins etc.
The back yard and garden area is common to all apartments with storage areas section off for each apartment.
The grass area at the back of the yard is big enough for a site for a house . Planning would have to be approved by the council.
There is fibre broadband available on the street at the front of the apartments.
The building has a fire cert and planning permission.
About the Area:
Kilkenny is a city in County Kilkenny, ireland. it is located in the South-East Region and in the province of Leinster. it is built on both banks of the River Nore. The 2016 census gave the total population of Kilkenny as 26,512.
Kilkenny is a tourist destination, and its environs include historic buildings such as Kilkenny Castle, St Canice’s Cathedral and round tower, Rothe House, Shee Alms House, Black Abbey, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Kilkenny Town Hall, St. Francis Abbey, Grace’s Castle, and St. John’s Priory. Kilkenny is also known for its craft and design workshops, the Watergate Theatre, public gardens and museums. Annual events include Kilkenny Arts Festival, the Cat Laughs comedy festival and music at the Kilkenny Roots Festival.
Kilkenny began with an early sixth century ecclesiastical foundation within the kingdom of Ossory. Following the Norman invasion of ireland, Kilkenny Castle and a series of walls were built to protect the burghers of what became a Norman merchant town. William Marshall, Lord of Leinster, gave Kilkenny a charter as a town in 1207. By the late thirteenth century Kilkenny was under Hiberno-Norman control. The Statutes of Kilkenny, passed at Kilkenny in 1367, aimed to curb the decline of the Hiberno-Norman Lordship of ireland. in 1609, King James i of England granted Kilkenny a Royal Charter, giving it the status of a city. Following the irish Rebellion of 1641, the irish Catholic Confederation, also known as the “Confederation of Kilkenny”, was based in Kilkenny and lasted until the Cromwellian conquest of ireland in 1649. From 1840 onwards, Kilkenny has not been administered as a city under local government law, but the Local Government Reform Act 2014 provides for “the continued use of the description city”.
Kilkenny was a brewing centre from the late seventeenth century, and still houses a number of breweries. The Heritage Council offices are at Church Lane. The seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Ossory is at St Mary’s Cathedral and the Church of ireland Bishop of Cashel and Ossory is at St Canice’s Cathedral.