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Clondoogan House, Summerhill Summerhill, County Meath , A83 C634

Guide price €690,000
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 4 acres²
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Description

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

CLONDOOGAN HOUSE, SUMMERHILL, CO. MEATH.

ON C. 4 ACRES / 1.62 HECTARES. 

A fine country house which has just been beautifully restored, preserving the old world features, set in its own mature grounds, close to the village of Summerhill.

SITUATION & DESCRIPTION:

Clondoogan House is particularly well located on the fringe of the village of Summerhill fronting the R156 Rathmolyon road lying about 10km from the historic market town of Trim, just 12 km from Kilcock / M4 Motorway affording quick and easy daily commuting to the capital, which lies just 50 km to the Southeast of the property.  The pretty village has largely grown up around the village green at the main entrance to Summerhill House reputed to have been one of the finest and grandest Palladian style mansions in Europe.  The house which was destroyed by fire was the ancestral seat of the Viscounts Langford-Rowley family.  The tree lined avenue and the main entrance, a focal point of the village are all that remains of Summerhill House today.

The village is a vibrant thriving place catering adequately for all the day to day shopping requirements and also boasts a new state of the art Summerhill Primary Care Centre as well as a good choice of educational facilities including a number of private day and boarding schools all within easy driving distance.  Country and Leisure pursuits in and around the area include hunting with the Meath Foxhounds, Tara Harriers, both hunts meeting regularly and within easy boxing distance.  Horseracing is available at Navan, Fairyhouse, Naas and the Curragh as well as numerous sporting clubs including GAA, Soccer, Rugby, Tennis etc., all close at hand. 

The present owners have just completed extensive renovations and refurbishment of the property to include insulating the roof, replacing the windows, re-wiring, re-plumbing, new floors throughout the ground floor and the entire house has been redecorated to a very high standard.  Clondoogan House is a lovely old which was built in the mid 1800’s and affords elegant and beautiful proportioned accommodation arranged on two floors and the agents highly recommend an early inspection.

The accommodation is enhanced by a number of particularly fine features including 3.2m high ceilings with very fine ornate and richly moulded plasterwork in the entrance hall and the two reception rooms, paneled doors and architraves and fine chimney pieces in the main rooms.

The accommodation briefly comprises as follows:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Hall    9.62m(max) x 1.88m   with staircase to the first floor. Hardwood hall door with fanlight above.

Dining Room    4.71m x 4.10m             having marble fireplace.

Drawing Room   4.71m x 4.09m            having marble fireplace.

Kitchen               4.22m x 4.14m           featuring windows to both elevations and very extensive fitted kitchen with ceramic hob & cooker.  Tiled floor. 

Study                  4.20 m x 4.13m           having open fireplace.

Rear Lobby         6m x 3.8m                  incorporating Guest Cloakroom having LLWC, Pedestal WHB, heated towel rail, Corner Shower cubicle with Triton electric shower.

Utility Room   having fitted units.  Plumbed for washing machine etc.  Exterior door.

Panelled Staircase to first floor                   

Bathroom        2.60m x 1.93m         having LLWC, WHB, panelled bath, shower enclosure.  Tiled floor and    extensive wall tiling.     

Landing           6.32m x 1.85m         having panelled walls.  Picture window overlooking the front garden and surrounding countryside.

FIRST FLOOR:

Landing     6.32m x 1.85m     having panelled walls.  Picture window overlooking the front garden and surrounding countryside.

Bedroom 1      4.68m x 4.13m      having fireplace.

Bedroom 2      4.74m x 4.05m           having fireplace.

Bedroom 3      4.17m x 4.10m            having fireplace.

Bedroom 4      4.17m x 4.17m

 

OUTSIDE:

The property is set nicely back from the road being approached through double gates leading onto a gravel avenue flanked on one side by five bar estate railing, leading to the front and side of the house with ample car parking.  There is an easily kept lawn to the front of the house with extensive lawns to the side and rear of the property.  Pedestrian gate onto the Summerhill / Rathmolyon Road. 

 

OUT OFFICES:

Briefly comprise 3 Bay Haybarn.  4 Bay Haybarn with Leanto.

 

SERVICES:

 Drainage to septic tank.  Private well water.  Electricity.  OFCH.

 

DIRECTIONS:

Eircode:  A83 C634.

The property is situated on the R156 Summerhill / Rathmolyon Road identified by the agents for sale boards.

VIEWING:

Strictly by prior appointment with the Sole Selling Agents. Ref: 

Thomas Potterton 046 9431391.

Covid19 Restrictions apply. 

 

Explore Meath County Meath is rich in history and famous for many different reasons. It is the county where the High King of Ireland sat at the Hill of Tara. It is also home to Newgrange, a Neolithic site which pre-dates Stonehenge. It is where the famous book of kells, which resides in trinity college, comes... Explore Meath
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