- • Stylish and contemporary open plan layout
- • Presented in walk-in condition
- • Large gardens laid out in lawns and trees.
- • 5 minutes drive to M1 at Junction 10
- • Located midway between Slane and Drogheda.
Scandinavian influenced design, light filled and spacious (315sqm/3,400sqft) dormer bungalow on over an acre in the heart of the Boyne Valley.
The original owners named their house after a Norse God and on entering this bright, spacious light filled family home, the Scandinavian influence and design is immediately evident! The apparently unassuming exterior belies the stylish, clean line and quality fit-out on offer throughout this exceptional property.
The well proportioned entrance hall is fully tiled and double glass panelled doors open into the living room with its open fireplace complete with solid fuel cast iron stove and windows to the east and south overlooking the garden. Steps lead up into the open-plan dining area with its feature glass panelled windows on two sides and in turn opening into the ultra modern kitchen with its state of the art fit-out and top of the range integrated appliances. Off the kitchen is the fully equipped utility room which also houses the geothermal central heating unit, and there is a wc/whb off the utility.
The remainder of the accommodation downstairs includes two very generous sized double bedrooms, one of which has its own dressing room and which opens into the sizable family bathroom, itself a master-class in design and functionality with its freestanding bath, walk-in ‘wet room’ style shower and his and hers wash basins. Upstairs there are two further large bedrooms, a sizeable landing area with generous sliding door storage and a fully tiled and spacious shower room. There are solid ash floors throughout and the very efficient under floor heating system extends throughout the house.
Nestling in the heart of the historic Boyne Valley where planning for new one off dwellings is virtually non-existent, Odin House is situated just off the Drogheda/Slane Road on the L1607. Travel past the property for approximately a mile and you meet the world famous Unesco Heritage Site at the Newgrange Noelithic Tomb complex. Drogheda town and M1 access is within a five minute drive to the east while Slane village/N2 is the same distance in the other direction. Dublin Airport is less than 35 minutes away.
BER: B3 BER No.107756397 Energy Performance Indicator:134.08 kWh/m²/yr
• Entrance hall: Quality tiled floor .
• Living room: 7.75m x 5.79m. Open Hearth fireplace. Solid ash floors.
• Dining area: 6.07m x 3.74m. Tiled floor, double door to raised timber deck.
• Kitchen: 6.65m x 4.95m (Open plan from dining area) Centre island with breakfast bar. Ceramic hob, Miele integrated appliances, larder press. High specification fit-out.
• Utility: 3.67m x 1.97m. Fitted and plumbed. Geothermal heating system.
• Downstairs wc/whb. Door to back garden.
• Study/bedroom: 4.73m x 3.38m. Solid ash floors.
• Family bathroom: 4.55m x 3.36m. Fully tiled. Freestanding bath. Walk-in shower, double wash basins.
• Master bedroom: 6.2m x 4.18m. French doors to garden. Door into family bathroom.
• Dressing room: 3.4m x 2.83m. Window. Excellent range of fitted shelving and hanging space.
• Solid ash staircase from entrance hall.
• Landing area: 4.26m x 3.88m.
• Dormer room (1) : 6.55m x 5.61m, Solid ash floors. Underfloor heating. Velux windows x 2.
• Dormer room (2)4: 6.53m x 4.8m. Solid ash floors. Underfloor heating. Velux windows x 2.
• Bathroom: 3.83m x 2.12m. Fully tiled. Power shower, wc, whb.
• Gardens extending to over an acre.
• Raised timber deck with recessed lighting.
• Granite garden furniture.
• Gravel drive- way and parking bay.
• Large timber garden shed
• Geothermal central heating system.
• Mains water.
• Biocycle septic tank unit.
From Drogheda/M1 J 10, take the Slane Road. Travel for approximately 5k. Turn left onto the L1607 just past the pub on left, signposted for Newgrange Farm. Odin House is the third property on the right hand side