The Manse is a charming period residence built in c. 1843, with an adjoining disused church build in c. 1845. The residence is currently used as a private dwelling and is in excellent repair throughout while maintaining many of the original features including wooden sash windows, cast iron fireplaces and ceiling cornices.
The property stands on a c. 1.75 acre site with mature landscaped gardens with the Clodagh River as the Northern boundary. The church is in need of repair but has immense potential for development for a variety of uses, subject to the necessary planning permission being obtained.
The residence accommodation comprises of: porch, entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen and tv room on the ground floor, while the first floor holds the landing, bathroom, WC, four bedrooms and a study. The property has the benefit of oil-fired central heating and off-street parking suitable for multiple vehicles.
The property is situated in the centre of the village of Portlaw, which is a popular commuter village for those working in Waterford City. There is easy access to Clonmel, Carrick on Suir and the Waterford City bypass. While the property is close to all amenties in Portlaw, it also enjoys great privacy.