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Friarspark Trim, County Meath , C15 EY16

Offers over €490,000
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 122 m²
  • Ber Rating
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REA T E POTTERTON are delighted to present to the market this unique opportunity to acquire an imposing residence in a town centre location that affords all prospective purchasers a chance at centralized living whilst maintaining panoramic views of some of Trims most historic architectural sites.

Built in 1964, the residence occupies an impressive elevated site extending to 0.4 acres over the banks of the River Boyne and with 35m frontage to the main Trim to Dublin road. All local amenities are within a short walking distance these include a range of pre and post primary schools, supermarkets, hotels and churches. For prospectors that are worried about a commute to the capital, there is a regular bus service each hour that stops only a short distance down the road from the property.

The residence itself is laid out over two floors with an adjoining garage to the side of the property. Upon entering the home it is clear to see that this house oozes charm and potential. The beautifully tiled floors and marble fireplaces blend in effortlessly with inset stoves and corniced ceilings. The two front recepetion rooms both have large bay windows which aid to maximise the brightness in these rooms at all times of the day. Moving further into the home the kitchen showcases a beautiful tiled floor and would benefit from likely benefit from some modernisation in order to unleash the houses full potential. Upstairs there are four neat bedrooms laid out around a central landing, along with a fully tiled bathroom. On top of this, the master bedroom contains an exterior door leading out to a beautiful terraced area above the garage that would be a beautiful place to enjoy the evening sun whilst taking in the views of the surrounding landscapes.

Outside the property there is ample parking for several cars as well as a large lawned area to both the front and rear of the property. The property is bordered by plenty of trees and foliage offering prospective purchasers total privacy which is unique when so centrally located within the town.

Zoning- under the Meath County Development plan 2021-2027, this property is zoned as A1 existing residential, meaning that further development on this 0.4 acre site is a possibility and should serve as attractive investment opportunity.



Porch - 2.08m x 0.85m

Hall - 2.18m x 5.60m

Sitting Room - 3.54m x 4.52m, inset stove with marble surround and large bay window.

Family Room - 4.39m x 4.06m, inset stove with marble surround and large bay window.

Kitchen - 4.39m x 2.86m, fitted units, cooker and washing machines.

Rear Porch 1.04m x 0.94m


Landing - 3.18m x 4.37m

Bed 1 -  4.39m x 4.07m, large double room with outside terrace.

Bed 2 - 3.54m x 4.52m, large double room.

Bed 3 - 3.39m x 2.85m

Bed 4 - 2.18m x 1.98m

Bathroom -  1.87m x 1.83m, Fully tiled, power shower, bath, wc, and whb.


Gas Fired central heating.

Mains Services.

Walking distance to all local amenities.

Large enclosed site with attractive gardens.

Zoned as A1 existing residential.


An early inspection comes highly recommended by the sole selling agents. Contact Elliott Potterton today on 083-8568526 to arrange a viewing and take your next step up the property ladder.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 106091788

Energy Performance Indicator: Not provided

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
PSRA Licence No: 001255

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