Historic former coach house set in approximately 2 acres Spacious rooms full of character and charm 3 Reception rooms, Breakfast Kitchen, Utility, W.C. 4 Bedrooms, 2 En-suite and Shower Room Beautiful garden with raised flower beds and views to North Barrule Wild garden with pond, fruit trees, vegetables, and herbs...
- Historic former coach house set in approximately 2 acres
- Spacious rooms full of character and charm
- 3 Reception rooms, Breakfast Kitchen, Utility, W.C.
- 4 Bedrooms, 2 En-suite and Shower Room
- Beautiful garden with raised flower beds and views to North Barrule
- Wild garden with pond, fruit trees, vegetables, and herbs
- Purpose built four car garage/workshop
- Double glazed throughout and oil fired central heating
The Hibernian is a former Coach house, dating back to the early 1800’s steeped in history, character, quirkiness, and folklore. Situated in the hamlet of Hibernia a short drive from Ramsey and Maughold set in approximately two acres of grounds which are secluded, elevated, and privately positioned.
A wide entrance hall welcomes guests leading through an arched doorway to a spacious and light lounge, feature fireplace with multi-fuel burner and beamed ceiling. A large dining room/family room with original features including a stone fireplace, beamed ceiling, and cold room storage flows naturally to the utility area, WC, rear porch and large family kitchen with AGA, and conservatory accessed via the hallway with views over the neighbouring farmland. An impressive staircase leads you up to a large landing with uninterrupted views of the countryside and North Barrule. Master bedroom with beamed ceiling, dual aspect windows, en-suite and separate dressing room, a further three double bedrooms, one with en-suite, all with their own individual style and a spacious shower room with ample storage. Off the landing, a discreet door leads to a 30 foot loft space, with four large velux windows giving impressive views and a considerable amount of light ideal for a home office, children’s den, hobby room or additional bedroom subject to the appropriate building permissions being granted.
Outside are delightful gardens with a gravelled pathway leading to the house, established raised beds filled with shrubs, perennials and scented flowers. A row of Beech trees stand majestically and separate the lawned garden from the wild garden where you will find a pond, fruit trees including apples, plums, damsons, red and yellow gage, gooseberries, raspberries, red and black currants, a greenhouse, vegetables and herbs. Predominately wild this area is filled with bird song and wildlife but pathways meander through making it easily accessible. At the top of the drive, accessed off a road to the side of the house is off road parking for at least four cars, and a new purpose built four car garage/workshop with electric and water.
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