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Killyon, Hill of Down, Innfield, Meath, A83 FR59

  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 2 acres²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • OUTSIDE:
  • The house occupies an attractive elevated position being approached over a tarmac drive flanked by a concrete post and rail fence with paddocks either side. The avenue continues around to an enclosed yard which leads to a further yard also enclosed by a mature hedge. The out offices which again have been kept meticulously maintained comprise a very useful range of buildings presently used as a lock up garage / workshop / re-spraying booth but would also lend themselves to a multiplicity of other uses. Delightful easily kept garden with paved patio area.
  • Briefly 2 bay workshop with lean to either side. Garage. Fuel House.
  • SERVICES:
  • Electricity. Well water supply. Drainage to septic tank.
  • TITLE:
  • Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
  • FIXTURES & FITTINGS:
  • Only those fixtures & fittings mentioned in this brochure are included in the sale, other fixtures and fittings may be made available by separate negotiation, particularly in the garage / workshop which has been fitted out to a very high standard by the vendors who presently operate a Panel Beating business. This equipment can be purchased by separate negotiation.
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Description


Description
FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY

A gorgeous country property with a useful range of out-offices.

KILLYON
Hill of Down
Enfield Co Meath

SITUATION:

Ballivor 5.5km Kinnegad 9km Trim 16km

The property occupies both a lovely and convenient location fronting the main Trim / Kinnegad road beside the Royal Canal, a haven for walkers, cyclists and boating enthusiasts alike. There is even a local shop, licensed premises and post office at the Hill of Down bridge which in times past was a busy railway station on the Midland Great Western Railways Dublin to Sligo line. Although the station closed in the early 60’s part of the platform still remains today.

St. Finian’s National School, Killyon which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary is only a few minutes drive from the property with further educational facilities available in the nearby villages of Longwood, Ballivor, Kinnegad as well as Trim and Mullingar which offer a good choice of secondary schools.

Country pursuits in and around the area not only include the aforementioned Royal Canal leisure activities but also numerous GAA facilities, rugby clubs, horse racing at Kilbeggan, Navan & Fairyhouse and the Curragh. Hunting is available with the Tara Harriers and the Ballymacad’s who meet regularly within easy boxing distance.

In addition Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is very convenient from Kinnegad (only 9km distance) via the M4 Motorway which affords quick and easy daily access to the capital.

The vendors have always given high priority to maintaining the property both internally and externally and consequently the property can be found in an excellent state of repair and decoration and immaculately maintained and the sole selling agents highly recommend an early inspection.

Features
OUTSIDE:
The house occupies an attractive elevated position being approached over a tarmac drive flanked by a concrete post and rail fence with paddocks either side. The avenue continues around to an enclosed yard which leads to a further yard also enclosed by a mature hedge. The out offices which again have been kept meticulously maintained comprise a very useful range of buildings presently used as a lock up garage / workshop / re-spraying booth but would also lend themselves to a multiplicity of other uses. Delightful easily kept garden with paved patio area.

Briefly 2 bay workshop with lean to either side. Garage. Fuel House.

SERVICES:
Electricity. Well water supply. Drainage to septic tank.

TITLE:
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS:
Only those fixtures & fittings mentioned in this brochure are included in the sale, other fixtures and fittings may be made available by separate negotiation, particularly in the garage / workshop which has been fitted out to a very high standard by the vendors who presently operate a Panel Beating business. This equipment can be purchased by separate negotiation.

BER Details
BER: G

Accommodation
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES AS FOLLOWS:

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Lobby


Kitchen 4.29m x 4.17 Incorporating Rayburn oil
fired cooker. Tiled floor.
Fitted kitchen units.
Ample worktop space.
Staircase to first floor.

Living Room 4.39m x 4.16m Having open fireplace with
marble surround. Built in
china cupboard to alcove.
Sliding doors through to
sun lounge.

Sun Lounge 5.95m x 2.43 With parquet floor and
door to garden.

Bathroom 2.6m x 1.8m Having pedestal WHB,
LLWC, Shower with Mira
Electric unit. Fully tiled.

Downstairs Bedroom 3.65m x 2.25m With WHB.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing incorporating cloakroom with LLWC & Bidet.

Bedroom 2 3.71m x 3.62m Extensive range of built
in wardrobes with louvre
doors. WHB.

Bedroom 3 4.22m x 3.30m


Bedroom 4 4.32m x 2.49m

Directions
A83 FR59

Viewing Details
STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT CALL THOMAS POTTERTON 046 9431391
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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