A country house and converted mill in the Castlepollard area of Westmeath has been added to the property market .
Lickbla House is a landmark property situated on 21 acres of land five miles from the north Westmeath town.
Dating back to the 1790s, the property has been extensively refurbished by its current owners. It comprises four bedrooms, three reception rooms, a kitchen with electric Aga, and a conservatory.
To the side is an annex with its own separate entrance and is connected to the main house by the kitchen. This area houses a breakfast room, utility area, and two bedrooms.
Lickbla House is approached along a tree-lined avenue which crosses the River Glore as it approaches the front of the house. There is a separate entrance from the road to three courtyards at the rear.
These courtyards feature cut stone former mill buildings housing several useful spaces including garages, a studio, guest WC, workshops, cow sheds, stables, garden stores, fuel stores, and a boiler room. Most of the buildings have been renovated to a sound and usable condition.
A mill race runs along the oldest of the mill buildings, which is located in the centre courtyard. Although unrestored, this building has been capped at wall plate level to ensure its structural integrity.
Elsewhere, The property is surrounded by beautiful lawns, mature trees, and a partly walled orchard and a stone dovecote. There is also woodland containing several specimen trees including Copper Beeches.
Lickbla House is currently on the market with an asking price of €685,000. For more information contact Savills on 01663 4350 or see www.savills.ie.