Finnebrogue House was built in the early 1660s. The exterior is mostly original, while the interior required extensive refurbishment after a fire in 1795.
It was acquired by the current owner in 2011 and has undergone a four year renovation project to bring it up to date for modern living, while restoring many of the finest rooms to their 18th century condition.
The project manager was Brian Shaw, assisted by Mel Shanley; local craftsmen were used throughout.
Today the house retains a large number of its original features, complemented by modern conveniences such as zoned central heating, and Wi-Fi. It now boasts an extensive selection of reception rooms and bedrooms, two dining rooms, two kitchens, and a saloon.
Finnebrogue remains a private house; however it is available for selected corporate & charity events by prior arrangement. Its period architecture also makes it suitable as a location for film and television.
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