Tuesday February 25, 2020

Mount Juliet’s Rose Garden lodges to to be sold

Six of the lodges are for outright sale. The others will be offered in a sale and leaseback arrangement

4th October, 2015
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The front of one of the Mount Juliet’s Rose Garden lodges

Agent Hooke & MacDonald has been instructed by the owners of Mount Juliet, the Georgian Manor built in 1757 in Thomastown in Co Kilkenny, to sell the 12 elegant Rose Garden Lodges on the luxury estate individually.

Visitors to the 535 acre estate over the years are likely to have stayed in the luxurious lodges, which are pivotally positioned adjacent to the estate’s enviable walled garden, between the Hunter’s Yard and Mount Juliet Manor House, overlooking the...

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