Kilmurry House has a range of spaces for entertaining and relaxing / ©Christie’s International Real Estate
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Kilmurry House’s formal dining room / ©Christie’s International Real Estate
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As well as the multiple family and entertaining spaces, Kilmurry House has 11 bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Situated over the property’s top two floors, the bedrooms are large and bright, with many of them featuring wide views of the estate. The master suite is particularly special; it overlooks the estate’s walled garden and features its own working fireplace.
Kilmurry House has been thoughtfully restored and updated for 21st century living, including the addition of double glazing to doors and windows (where allowed) and increased insulation, to reduce heat loss and lower the property’s energy consumption. Furthermore, the mansion has its own water well for water needs and wild meadows as part of the grounds, creating a supportive environment for local flora and fauna.
“What is most notable about the home is the amount of natural light welcomed into the interiors through gorgeous and massive glass doors and windows throughout,” said Christie’s International Real Estate spokesperson, Charlotte Delaney. “For a historic home, this is a rare feature while still retaining its centuries-old charm with original appointments such as ornately carved fireplace mantles and crown moldings.”
From $10,425,000. Visit christiesrealestate.com for full details.
Situated over the property’s top two floors, the bedrooms are large and bright / ©Christie’s International Real Estate
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