Wednesday October 21, 2020

Country House of the week: Tranquil seclusion in the River Lee Valley

St Olan’s extends to 470 square metres on ten acres of beautifully manicured grounds, with three separate restored cottages

22nd December, 2014
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Published in 1837, Lewis’s Topographical Dictionary of Ireland refers to the purchase of 30 acres of land in Ahavrin, County Cork, by the Board of First Fruits to build a rectory.

Today, ten of those acres comprise the St Olan’s property, which is being brought to the market by Michael H Daniels and Co for €1.25 million.

Occupying a secluded position in the River Lee Valley, surrounded by mature trees and gardens, the...

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