Slaney Hill Park, Wexford Town, Wexford, Y35E8D7


Small but perfectly formed two bedroomed Cottage on Slaney Hill in Park, Wexford Town.

Either as a starter home or low maintenance retirement home this modern cottage on half an acre would be a great buy.

Only built 20 years ago, it is double glazed with oil-fired central heating and a fireplace.
It has an excellent BER rating and is ready to move into.

There are two bedrooms and a bathroom as well as a fully fitted kitchen and separate lounge.
Outside, there is a separate boiler house and the yard is gravel all around the house.
There is a small amount of garden to the left and rear, with the natural rock as a back drop.
The main piece of extra land is to the right as you look at the house.
Parking is at the bottom of the feature railway station steps leading up to the house.

Services: ESB, mains water, septic tank. Oil-fired central heating. Fibre Broadband.



Great location close to town.
Spacious wooded garden.
Manageable size.
Walk in condition.



BER: D2 BER No.106120322 Energy Performance Indicator:297.73 kWh/m²/yr



Hallway (4.73m x 1.67m) wooden laminate flooring, door to
Lounge (3.79m x 3.67m) wooden laminate flooring, feature fireplace, window to front, door to
Kitchen 93.77m x 3.26m) linoleum floor, fully fitted, window above sink, sliding doors to garden.
on the other side of the hallway is a door to
Bedroom 1 (3.39m x 3.4m) wooden laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes and vanity unit, window to front
Bathroom (2.7m x 2.37m) Tiled floor and half-tiled walls, shower cabinet, jacuzzi bath , wc & whb. window to rear.
Bedroom 2 (3.46m x 2.39m) wooden laminate flooring, window to side.

Outside, gravel yard, concrete path to block built boiler house. Septic tank to side. Off street parking.



From Redmond Square head out the R730 along Carcur Road to the Seamus Kelly (Rugby Club) roundabout where you take a left up to the next roundabout where you take a right along the old hospital road. You will pass the entrance to Slaney Woods development on your right and about 200m after that on your left you will come across The Lodge with its distinctive iron steps.
The Eircode is Y35 E8D7.


Viewing Details

By appointment only with the sole agents Kearney & Co.
Strict Covid protocols will be adhered to.

Cuasnóg, St John’s Road, Wexford, Wexford


Cuasnog is a wonderful 3 or 4 Bedroom detached bungalow on a prominent corner of St. John’s Road in the leafy heart of Wexford Town.

It is a place to live the dream, summer at home with a private south-facing back garden, work from home, with travel and heating options, even grow your own veg and enjoy sustainable living in the heart of Wexford town’s des-res area!.
Built in 1929, this unique property has been (for many decades) a B&B, both Bord Fáilte, Sawday’s and more recently in Airbnb.
The new owner could avail of the rent a room tax free revenues of 14k pa.
Or the 2nd kitchen could easily be reverted making it 4 bedrooms en-suite once again.
Likewise the garage could also be reverted making it a drive-in once more, essential for EV owners.

It even comes with a back gate giving separate access to the back door.

Currently the garage has been converted into a very usable space with electricity and water.
Access to this garage is via a legal right of way over the neighbour’s lane. There is no parking on this lane.
But local resident’s parking is only €10 p.a. or parking could be opened up at the front subject to planning.

The energy rating is deceptive and merely reflects the age of the property as the current owners have done much to enhance it.
There are two Stanley stoves in the house plus the amazing Kachelofen in the sitting room which some might recognise from Austrian Ski Resorts.
It is a clay oven which radiates heat and is so efficient it only needs cleaning out every 6 months or so.
All the windows are double-glazed (either in 2000 or 2009) and the attic is very well stacked with insulation.
There are also Solar panels on the roof for hot water and a 500 litre tank to go with them.
The boiler has a new burner and pump and the heating is zoned within the house, including the OFCH underfloor heating in the main kitchen and electric under floor heating in the largest bathroom.

The house itself is very much in the style of John’s Road with the half pebble dash, half render look (including the extension where great efforts were made to match the original).
The pretty front garden has a productive history of organic cultivation.

Originally a three bedroom bungalow, this was extended to the rear in 2000 adding a two storey kitchen/living room and ensuite bedroom.
The original bedrooms were reconfigured with ensuites as befits its one time B&B status.
The third bedroom in the original bungalow is now a second kitchen so that the two parts can be utilised separately but this could be taken out quite easily.
The Sitting room has the Kachelofen and the door to the two storey extension, a lovely west facing bay window to the front and a side window looking townward.
Upstairs in the lovely modern extension is the ensuite bedroom and downstairs is the kitchen/dining room.
The bedroom has a large window with wonderful views over the town and even as far as the harbour and the Raven Forest.
This side of the house has its own modern double glazed door and its own gate to the street.

All in all, this is a fabulous opportunity to obtain a wonderful house on the most sought after road in Wexford Town.

Services: ESB, Oil-fired central heating, solar panels, three stoves. Fibre Broadband.



Sought after location
Corner site
Detached house
Fibre Broadband
Excellent energy upgrades



Entrance via Hall Door with rain porch and solid wooden door with stained glass panels and sidelights.
Hallway (4.5m x 1m) with carpeted concrete floor.
Sitting Room (3.59m x 3.5m) with timber floor and bay window. Kachelofen.

Bedroom 1 (3.45m x 3.3m) original wooden floor, enjoys the radiant Kachelofen, window to the south facing rear.
Ensuite (1.8m x 1.35m ) Wooden floor, shower cabinet, wc & whb. Heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2 (Now the Airbnb Kitchen) (4m x 3.7m) original wooden floor. Fully fitted kitchen and dining area. Stanley Oisin Stove.
Utility area with washing machine and dryer. Modern PvC half door leading to south facing yard and garage.

Bedroom 3 (3.86m x 2.38m) carpeted over original wooden floor with window to front, fireplace.
Ensuite (2.7m x 2.4m) with window to front, tiled with curved bath with shower, wc & whb.
Heated towel rail and heated floor.

Through door to two storey extension.
Go upstairs to the bright airy bedroom with ensuite (5.4m x 3m inc.) and double opening window to the South.
Go downstairs to the lovely modern Kitchen/living room (5.4m x 3m) with slate floor (with underfloor heating) all mod-cons and marble counter top.
Door to the garden and rear gate

Garage (5.8m x 4.8m) converted and heated workshop ideal for DIY, storage and laundry with wc & whb.

The garden has been an urban small-holding with polytunnel, a 2 bay brick composter and rainwater harvesting all available to be utilised by the new owners.


5 minutes walk from Whites Hotel, head up Georges St. and through the crossroads with John St.
Carry on up and Cuasnóg is on the second left turn at the junction with O’Connell Ave.
The Eircode is Y35 EH21


Viewing Details

Viewing by appointment with the sole agents Kearney & Co.

Brook Cottage, Inch, Blackwater, Wexford, Y21 ET78


Brook cottage is a charming three bedroom bungalow with literally a babbling brook at the end of the garden.
Carefully protected behind a garden gate, this area has been transformed into a haven of tranquility.
The rest of the garden is lovely also, with a plethora of different trees and shrubs to delight any garden enthusiast and provide endless enjoyment.
On half an acre, there are seats in each corner to allow for enjoying the sun at any time of day.

The house itself is also beautifully presented. Small but perfectly formed, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large Kitchen/Dining room with Utility off and a separate lounge. There is also a garage and a garden shed to cater for the keen gardener.
It is set back from the lane in a small cul de sac of just four houses with a small well presented front garden with room for parking.

The house was insulated under the Warm Homes Project with the walls being pumped, extra insulation in the attic and new double glazing.
We are awaiting a revised BER report to reflect this work.

Services: ESB, Mains water, Communal waste treatment system, Broadband, oil-fired central heating.



Brook Cottage is in a private cul de sac of just four houses and has its own gated entrance into a charming front garden with gravelled drive.
There is a garage to the left and a garden gate to the right. You enter via

The Porch (2.12m x 1.97) a glazed room with tiled floor, this is a little suntrap for sitting in. Leads to
The Hallway (2.63m x 2.12m) with laminate floor and door to
The Lounge (4.87m x 3.35m) with laminate fllor and feature fireplace, windows to the front. To the rear is

The Kitchen/Dining Room (3.94m x 3.95m) with laminate floor and fully fitted with stylish cabinets with picture window overlooking the wonderful garden and with
Utility Room Off (3.35m x 1.81m) with laminate floor and separate sink and room for all appliances. Window and door to patio.

On the other side of the house are the bedrooms:
Corridor (2.95m x 1.31m) with laminate floor and doors to
Bedroom 1 (3.6m x 3.04m) carpeted with window to rear and
Ensuite (1.56m x 1.29m) fully tiled, wet room style with electric shower, wc and whb.
Bedroom 2 (3.43m x 2.72m) carpeted, fitted wardrobe, window to front.
Bedroom 3 (3m x 2.74m) carpeted, fitted wardrobe, window to front.
Bathroom (2.69m x 1.81m) fully tiled, electric shower, bath, wc and whb.

Outside, there is an extensive flagstone patio with room for several tables and chairs leading to the wonderful mature garden with its variety of shrubs and trees.
Then at the bottom of the garden is the gate to the secret river haven with the beautifully clear babbling brook running down to the sea not faraway.
Not many houses have such a peaceful spot to sit and reflect.



In Blackwater Village, heading south towards Curracloe, take the left after the school. Follow this for 500 meters until the road veers right and the cul de sac is on the left. Brook Cottage is the first house in there. The Eircode is Y21ET78


Viewing Details

By appointment only with the sole agents, Kearney & Co.