Coolamber Manor, formerly an estate and later a National Training and Rehabilitation Centre, is now available to rent.
Located in the townland of Lisryan on the Edgewortshtown-Castlepollard road, the impressive manor house is regarded as the finest of its date and type in County Longford.
Built during the late Edwardian/Regency era in the 1830s, the house, which was originally the home of the Blackhall family, still retains its early form, character and much of its early fabric, despite the construction of a number of modern extensions to the rear.
The property is a three-bay, two-storey-over-basement country house, which unusually has the stair hall to one side of the building, and retains its old timber sash windows, cut limestone steps and ornate cast iron railings at the entrance.
Featuring a generous 1,417 square metres of space, the building includes a range of recreational and functional living, learning and working spaces, including a study, reception, lounge, filing room, dining room, office, TV room, dining area, kitchen and bakery, music room, two gyms, two store rooms, snooker room, cellar, games room, cloak room and shower room.
In addition, there are 14 bedrooms, a shower room, and ladies and gents toilets.
The property also features a courtyard with further training areas and accomodation, a laundry room and stabling for 10 horses. There are also landscaped gardens, water reservoir, and a walled horticultural area.
For further details, contact Raymond White Auctioneering on 0906 432929.