Property Location: Lisbrack House, Longford
Lisbrack house, a traditional two storey residence set on a large corner site with dual road frontage onto Battery Road and N4.
This imposing residence retains its character and charm which is noted throughout the accommodation which occupies approximately 2390sq ft over two floors, briefly comprising of hallway with regal sitting room and living room accessed either side, the sash floor to ceiling type windows lets in floods of natural light to both rooms. The kitchen area is to the rear of the house which leads to pantry and utility area. There are four bedrooms, storage space and bathroom on the first floor.
Under the Longford County Development Plan 2021 – 2027, approximately 3.69 acres of the site is zoned Residential with the objective being to provide for residential development and protect and improve residential amenity. This zoning is intended primarily for established housing development but may include a range of other uses particularly those that have the potential to improve the residential amenity of residential communities.
The remaining 2.25 acres to the rear of the property are zoned Social/Community/Education/Public Utility with the object being to primarily provide for educational, health, social, cultural, religious and community facilities. This zoning encompasses community uses (such as schools, OPD’s etc), public utility and social/ administrative designations such as the Fire and Garda Stations. Expansion of these services will be facilitated where needed and compatibility with adjoining land uses. Bounded by an original cut stone wall, Lisbrack House encompasses all the traditions of a country property including a court yard with an array of stone lofted outbuildings, these buildings offer immense potential for regeneration to further living accommodation either ancillary to the property or for rental purposes.
The property is set on c.7 acres, made up of gardens and a paddock to the rear with level topography and dual frontage, excellent sight lines and without doubt, demonstrates excellent potential for redevelopment for community/health uses or further residential development subject to the necessary planning consent. Lisbrack House also offers a unique opportunity for those who wish to purchase and rejuvenate this residence into a family home, with ample room for the landscape enthusiast, and although it has dual road frontage, it also benefits from privacy due to location on the site and natural trees providing same.
The subject property is situated on Battery Road, Lisbrack – Eircode N39 W1W3, opposite N4 Axis Centre, Longford. Please note that this is private property and viewing is strictly by appointment.