Gainevale House is a good quality late-Georgian house on a secluded c.0.75 acre site, which retains its early character despite recent alterations and extensions. The original block-and-start doorcase is a noteworthy feature, typical of the period of construction. It is located in a pleasant location close to the river Gaine in mature grounds. It is of particular significance in the locality due to its original use as a Church of Ireland rectory. It may have originally served as the rectory for a ruined church and graveyard located a short distance to the north.
The house has a hipped artificial slate roof with rendered chimneystacks. It is constructed of rubble limestone with brick detailing to openings. PVC sash windows to first floor and ground floor of original structure and sash to ground floor of extensions. Round-headed doorcase to main facade (south) with limestone block-and-start surrounds, timber panelled door with plain fanlight over and a flight of limestone steps. Replica block-and-start doorcase to west elevation. Set back from road in extensive mature grounds with outbuildings to rear (east).
It is located within the picturesque village of Multyfarnham, within walking distance of the Franciscan Friary and gardens, Weirs Bar and Restaurant and on the shores of Lough Derravaragh and Lough Owel. It is close to local primary and secondary schools. The N4 is nearby and the house is 10km from Mullingar and 50km from Dublin.
Special features and services include OFCH, double glazed sliding sash windows, newly renovated to a very high standard, original restored external stonework, electronic security gates, ample parking, fully matured lawns, gravelled yard and workshops, stone gated entrance, mature trees and shrubbery, BBQ area, mains water, mains sewage, bright and spacious property, original features throughout, manmade stream and well, outside tap and external pump house.
Viewing is highly recommended to see what this property has to offer.