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Castlepark, Rathmore, Athboy, County Meath , C15 AH50

Guide price €374,950
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Size 3.7 acres²
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Description

Deceptively spacious 4 bed, 3 reception accommodation.  194m²    On 3·7 acres. 

 

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

A lovely old world property set in delightful mature grounds lying less than 10 minutes off the M3, affording quick and easy access to the capital.

 

CASTLEPARK,

Rathmore, Athboy, County Meath.

C15 AH50

DESCRIPTION:

The property comprised in Folio MH8304F incorporates a lovely old world residence occupying an ideal location for prospective purchasers wishing to reside in unspoilt countryside and still live within easy daily commuting distance of the capital.  The house which retains all the charm and dignity of the period  comprises a detached residence having rendered elevations surmounted by a pitched tiled roof, affording deceptively spacious accommodation arranged on two floors.  The accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch, 3 reception rooms, kitchen, 4 bedrooms (main en-suite) and 2 bathrooms.

 

The gardens and grounds which in total extend to 1.5 hectares / 3.7 acres also incorporate the ruins of Rathmore Castle together with cut stone out-offices and a haybarn.

SITUATION:

Castlepark occupies a sought after location, less than 4kms from the town of Athboy, which boasts an excellent array of shops, bars, boutiques, restaurants as well as a library, post office and credit union.  In addition there is a good choice of churches and schools with Athboy Community School a new state of the art secondary school, O’Growney NS, Rathcarn NS, Athboy Montessori and Rathmore NS.  There are also a number of private day and boarding schools available within easy driving distance of the property.  A daily bus service to Dublin passes the entrance gates.

The vendors are downsizing, hence this property has been launched on the market and the sole selling agents highly recommend an early inspection.

All viewings are strictly by appointment.  Ref Thomas Potterton 086 2569344 / 046 9431391.
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ACCOMMODATION:

The house has been well maintained over the years and the accommodation which is in good order briefly comprises as follows:

 

GROUND FLOOR:

Entrance Porch     3.38m x 2.18m                  having tiled floor and partly glazed hall door.

Sittingroom          4.0m x 3.7m                      having attractive marble fireplace.

Kitchenette           4.1m x 2.38m                   having tiled floor.  Modern fitted kitchen units.  Door to garden.

Main Bedroom      3.5m x 2.9m                     

En-Suite               2.5m x 1.5m                      having electric shower.  Tiled floor & full height wall tiling.

Living Room          4.05m x 3.6m                   having attractive fireplace with granite hearth.

Dining Room         4.6m (max) x 3.3m            having timber floor.

Kitchen                 4.6m x 4.3m                     having wood burning stove.  Fully fitted with an attractive range of

                                                                     ‘French Grey’ painted units.

Bathroom              3.14m x 1.7m                     having paneled bath, LLWC & WHB.  Tiled floor with full height wall tiling. Airing cupboard.

Rear Lobby                                                    tiled with exterior door.

FIRST FLOOR:

Landing with built in storage cupboard. 

Shower Room        1.7m x 1.7m                       fully tiled.  Electric shower.

Bedroom 2           4.07m x 4.13m                 

Bedroom 3            3.96m x 3.1m                    with built in double wardrobes.

Bedroom 4           4.14m x 2.6m                   

OUTSIDE:

The property is set nicely back from the road approached over a gravel chip drive, flanked by lawns interspersed with rose, shrub and herbaceous borders.  There is ample parking and turning space to the front and side of the house.  The grounds which enjoy a pleasant southerly aspect include an orchard incorporating plum, pear and apple trees, and there are paved patio and barbeque areas ideally suited to al-fresco dining.  A variety of trees and shrubs to include magnolia, crab apple, contorted hazel, birch, holly, acer are dotted throughout the grounds, while mature beech and oak trees ensure adequate shade, shelter and privacy. 

The lands benefit from separate access and are laid out in a pasture paddock which includes a lovely old cut stone building with a flag stone floor, which could have development potential subject to planning etc.  Three bay hay barn.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

TITLE:   Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.

SERVICES:   OFCH (Condenser Boiler).  Private well water supply.  Drainage to septic tank.  Electricity. 

PLANNING PERMISSION:  Planning Reference Number: KA160010 for a ground floor extension granted in 2016.

VIEWING:  Strictly by appointment.  Contact: Thomas Potterton 046 9431391 / 0862569344.


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Eircode: C15 AH50

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BER Rating:

BER No.: 113737597

Energy Performance Indicator: Not provided

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