An further and final open viewing of Frybrook House will be held today Friday September 22nd from 1-2 pm by sales agent REA Seamus Carthy.
The well known historic Boyle property has come on the market with a guide price of €150,000.
And the adjacent Frybrook Lodge Gatehouse has also come on the market.
The Gate Lodge, with a guide price of €100,000, is detailed as a “unique and charming property, scenically located on the banks of the Boyle river. The property is the former Gate Lodge of Frybrook House and is imbued in a rich sense of history. The property is currently unoccupied but was formerly trading as a coffee shop”
Speaking to Boyletoday.com ahead of the inital viewing of Frybrook on September 1st, principal Seamus Carthy said “There has been phenomenal interest in the property and heavy enquiries to date”.
“The sale price reflects the required costs involved to develop the premises to it’s full potential.
” Frybrook House is in a strategic location with such great potential in Boyle that we are very hopeful of a sale being concluded”
Frybrook House, an imposing five bay, 3 storey georgian property steeped in history is on for sale through REA Seamus Carthy.
The property is situated in a mature setting, sheltered by mature trees and shrubs and overlooking the River Boyle.
According to the prospectus document: “Frybrook House is without doubt one of the finest properties in Boyle and from the moment one drives through the cast iron gates one will be enchanted with this very special property. A sweeping avenue leads to the front of the house, which is surrounded by its own walls, courtyard and mature grounds.”
“The property is a Georgian residence imbued in a rich sense of history. Henry Fry, who came to Boyle in 1742, built this house for his family and established a weaving industry on this site. This imposing property occupies approximately 3 acres of land situated on a picturesque site overlooking the River Boyle.”
“The property boasts original Georgian features throughout including high ceilings, original cornicing,timber flooring, imposing staircase, marble fireplaces, cast iron radiators, roll top baths, sash windows and window shutters.”
“Although some of the property has been restored and refurbished there is still an opportunity to undertake refurbishment which provides an ideal opportunity to it’s new owners to put their stamp on it and bring it to it’s original glory.”
“This property provides a stately home offering seclusion and privacy whilst still being in walking distance to all amenities provided by Boyle Town. The property is also a short drive to Lough Key Forest Park which provides 800 acres of forestry and parkland which caters to every need of the outdoor enthusiast. For boating enthusiasts Boyle is part of the Shannon Erne Waterway and with Sligo only 30 minutes away the Wild Atlantic Way is practically on your doorstep.”
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