Stokestown Castle, New Ross, Co. Wexford
Stokestown Castle and courtyard consists of a late medieval tower house with a courtyard that dates from the 15th century and is located close to the River Barrow. Now in a state of ruin, it sits on c 1 acre and comes with other outbuildings. It is situated on the route of The Norman Way – a heritage route that runs along the south coast of County Wexford. There is much on offer in the area, with New Ross 10 minutes drive and Waterford city center 30 minutes drive.
Close to the major tourist attractions such as John F Kennedy Arboretum and The Kennedy Homestead. New Ross is also the location of the Dunbrody center with a replica famine ship and adjoining museum. Other attractions of the region include Hook Head and famous lighthouse and Duncannon Fort.
This property offers a rare opportunity to acquire land and historic buildings in a prime location.