Lenham Lodge is a
beautifully restored and upgraded Victorian residence on c. 9
acres located close to the River Barrow and wonderful Weir at
Milford. Steeped in history the property was built in c.1815
as a fishing lodge for the Butlers of Ormonde whose family came
to Ireland in 1625. The current owners have gone to great
lengths to present the property in excellent condition with
wooden floors practically throughout.
Renovation works included
new ceiling, new wiring, new plumbing and new windows. In
addition to the main residence are four holiday cottages and one
two-bed first floor apartment, which provide a useful income.
Externally there is an attractive patio area catching the
afternoon and evening sun, six loose boxes and a hen run. Trout
and course fishing is available immediately. Newlands Cross just
a one hour drive. Approached by an attractive granite entrance
with electrically operated gates, the lengthy driveway provides
an attractive approach to this impressive residence.