Kabul House, Fer­ry­bank, Ark­low

Bray People - - PROPERTY MOVES -

BUILT IN the late 1800s the un­usu­ally named Kabul House in Fer­ry­bank, Ark­low is un­doubt­edly one of the finest homes to come to the Co. Wick­low mar­ket in re­cent years.

With an agree­able price tag of €199,000 dropped from pre­vi­ous ask­ing price of €375,000, the property was named by first owner John But­ler who served in the sec­ond Afghan war. Built at a time when space was not an is­sue, this im­pos­ing two storey dou­ble fronted slated res­i­dence of char­ac­ter and charm comes to the mar­ket in good or­der through­out hav­ing been well main­tained by the cur­rent own­ers. The gar­dens are en­chant­ing, mainly in lawn with ma­ture shrubs and fruit trees in­ter­spersed. The property of­fers pos­si­bil­i­ties for both home and busi­ness (sub­ject to plan­ning), within close prox­im­ity to Bridge­wa­ter, Main Street, Ark­low Bay Ho­tel, schools, church, bus stop, leisure cen­tre, swim­ming pool and beach. Kabul House stands on 0.39 acres and fea­tures four bed­rooms, car port, garage, small boiler house, small block fuel store and green house. BER rat­ing F.


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