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Kay-Mon-Nay, Staleen Donore, Meath, A92 T4A4

  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1
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Detached cottage style 3 bed residence (approx. 80 sqm / 861 sq ft) on mature grounds of approx. 0. 181 ha / 0.447 acres  

“Kay-Mon-Nay” is a single storey cottage style bungalow residence which has been well maintained over the years, both inside and outside. A side hall leads into a living room occupying the centre of the house. This is a cosy room with an open fireplace and laminated floor. Off the living room there are two single bedrooms whilst the main double bedroom is off the side entrance hall. Interconnected with the living room and to the rear, there is a large eat-in kitchen which is fitted with a range of floor and wall units. There is plumbing for a dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. A door leads through to a rear hall off which is a large shower / wet room with mains shower, wc & whb.

Outside, there is paved parking / driveway and a metal storage shed (2.54m x 3.05m). The grounds / site slope upwards and are rectangular in shape.


This property is situated along the Staleen Road immediately due west of Donore village – the Staleen Road / L1600 connects Donore to the N2 (Dublin – Derry Road) and Slane / Navan beyond. The Donore interchange on the M1 Motorway is within 5 minutes’ drive whilst Drogheda town is a further 5 minutes’ drive eastwards. Dublin, the airport and the M50 are all within 30 minutes driving time.

Local amenities in Donore village include a primary  school, church, pub / restaurant, convenience store, hair salon etc.


From Drogheda / M1, drive into Donore village and sweep around to the right just after the Church on the left – drive along this straight stretch of road for a few minutes and you will come upon the subject property up on the right hand side.

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PSRA Licence No: 003766

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