Tuesday 17 October 2017

Four on the market: Properties in County Meath

Cluain Leathain
Cluain Leathain
Odin House
Delvin Farm
Mayberry, Ballivor

A choice of four properties currently on the market in the Royal County.

Cluain Leathain, Robertstown 

€850k  REA Grimes, (01) 835 0392

Cluain Leathain is only about five minutes' drive from Ashbourne Golf Club, but the property comes with its own putting green. Cluain Leathain is a detached dormer home measuring 3,208 sq ft, with five bedrooms and three reception rooms, not including a large kitchen/living room that's over 36 ft long and has French doors to the garden. Four bedrooms are on the first floor, together with a sauna. It's on 1.85 acres of grounds, with a laurel-lined avenue, stables, landscaped gardens, a water feature and patio.

Odin House, Balfaddock, Slane

€415k REA O’Brien Collins, (041) 987 5444

named after the Norse god, as its name suggests, Odin House is a Scandinavian-influenced property - all clean, with a lot of light and pale colours. It's a 3,391 sq ft dormer bungalow, but with an usually high, hipped roof allowing for above-average space upstairs. There are two bedrooms and a bathroom on this level, while downstairs there's a living room, kitchen/dining room, study, bathroom and master bedroom with dressing room. It's on an acre of grounds with a raised deck and granite garden furniture.

Delvin Farm, Gormanstown

€550k Hassett & Fitzsimons, (01) 677 3591

Delvin Farm was once part of the stable yard of nearby Delvin Lodge, former residence of the Jameson whiskey family and now a nursing home. The property is a 2,500 sq ft two-storey house including around 2,000 sq ft of outbuildings. The house itself has five bedrooms, one en suite, all on the first floor, plus a bathroom. Downstairs there's a dining room, drawing room, sunroom, kitchen with utility room, and a shower room.The acre of grounds include a tennis court, paddock, and a garden with pond.

Mayberry, Ballivor

€260k Des Lalor Auctioneers, (01) 247 8851

In the heart of Ballivor village, just down from the 19th century St Kinneth's Church, is 'Mayberry', a detached bungalow on 0.29 of an acre. There are lawns front and back, fruit trees, a polytunnel, vegetable garden, an outdoor pizza oven and even a vinery. There's also a double garage or workshop. The house has four bedrooms, two downstairs and two upstairs - the latter two are en suite and one has a walk-in wardrobe. On the ground floor are the kitchen and utility room, sitting room with solid-fuel stove, and a conservatory.

Indo Property

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