Ballykilty Manor, Quin, Co Clare,

€400,000 - Guide Price For Sale by Auction

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Floor Plan
542 Sqm approx
7 Bedrooms
0 Bathrooms
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24th Oct 16:00 - 17:00


For Sale by Public Auction, on the 31st of October at 1pm in the Leopardstown Pavilion, Dublin 18.

Disclosed Reserve of €400,000

Open Viewings:
Tuesday the 15th of October from 2pm to 3pm.
Thursday the 24th of October from 4pm to 5pm.

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Ballykilty Manor is a derelict. two storey Classical Style house situated on approximately 17.84 hectares (44 acres) on the outskirts of Quin in Co Clare. Ballykilty, dating circa 1760, is well located, enjoying elevated views over the River Rine and Quin Village. The attractive 18th Century Village has a rich and colourful heritage with a 14th Century Franciscan Abbey providing a focal point in the village and Knappogue Castle. Quin is situated approximately 35km from Limerick and 10km from Ennis.

The main house extends to approximately 542 sq. m (5,838 sq. ft.) and is in need of significant refurbishment. A generous reception hall links to the principal reception rooms which comprise a drawing room, dining room and study. These reception rooms link in turn the kitchen and pantries at the southern end of the property. Bedroom accommodation on the first floor comprise a master bedroom suite and a further 6 bedrooms. The property has extensive out buildings arranged in a rectangular courtyard to the rear. Curtilage includes stone walled gardens and extensive formally laid out parkland and trees. The property is listed as a protected structure under the Clare County Development Plan. The property is made up of Folio CE28260.

Positive planning history (ref 07/1110) for hotel and leisure centre – Expired October 2013. Ballykilty Manor is listed Number 658 within the record of protected structures (RPS).

Joint agent: Cushman and Wakefield, Limerick
Solicitors: Mason Hayes and Curran, Dublin.


From Quin Village the gate to the Manor is located 1.5km on the left hand side accessed over a bridge. Alternatively the entrance is 4km towards Quin from the Dromoland interchange (exit 11) on the M18.

Contact: Diarmuid McMahon

Phone: 065 6867866