A truly unique 2 storey over basement period property of immense appeal and charm built in 1852, presented in excellent condition with bright spacious rooms boasting generous proportions throughout. Extending to c. 497 sq. m. (5,370 sq. ft.) with two storey mews to rear extending to c. 124 m. sq. (1,330 sq. ft.)
The basement let on a long term lease with 13 years remaining at an annual rent of €45,000
The property is presented in excellent condition with rooms of elegant proportions with superb ceiling heights and decorative cornicing, rich in period detail and retaining many of its original features including stone steps & railing to the front of the property, staircase with hand carved banister, solid panel doors, sash windows with wooden shutters and fireplaces in all main rooms.
Access to the upper ground floor and first floor are from street level by stone steps with iron railings either side. Access to the basement is by stone steps from the front of the building or alternatively can be accessed from the rear yard through the mews. In addition to this, there is a two storey mews to the rear with the potential to develop subject to the necessary planning permission.
The property was originally built in 1852 and extended in c. 1966. Bedford Place gets its name from the Duke of Bedford who inherited this part of the town from the 3rd Earl Ludlow.
The property is listed by Meath County Council as a Protected Structure.
2 Bedford Place is situated on Church Hill, to the South side of Navan Town Centre, adjacent to the Fair Green Car Parkand within walking distance of Market Square, Trimgate St., and Navan Shopping Centre. Neighbouring businesses include Staunton's Pharmacy, The Newgrange Ho ...