DescriptionFOR SALE BY TENDER
12 Noon, Wednesday, 11th December 2019
On the instructions of St. FINIAN'S DIOCESAN TRUST PROPERTY
The subject property comprises a period detached two storey residence that has been extended to include additional single storey and two-storey buildings of 3,593 sqm that have been used for educational purposes, all situated on extensive grounds of approx. 2.41 ha (5.95 acres).
The property has been home to the Eureka Secondary School founded by the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy since 1956. The property prior to this was in private ownership. The school has now moved to a new facility on the Cavan Road and these building are no longer required.
The buildings comprise mainly as follows:
Buildings 1 & 2
Comprises two detached single storey classroom buildings one with a flat roof and one with a pitched concrete tilled roof again comprising classrooms and wc facilities.
Comprises a two-storey detached building most likely constructed in 1970’s and is of concrete construction with single glazed windows under a flat roof all laid out internally with corridors with classrooms off including small office and toilet facilities.
Comprises the original two-storey period house with two-storey and single storey extension to the side. It is mainly of brick and masonry construction with large single glazed sliding sash windows under a timber pitched slate covered roof. It has a granite porch and window sills with bay windows to the side and rear
Comprises two interconnecting single-storey buildings laid out in classrooms, toilet facilities and incorporating a hall/gym area. Parts of this building has been recently refurbished to include new ceilings, lighting and painting.
There are extensive tarmacadamed areas to the rear of the buildings while there is a grassed area to the front along the tree lined frontage to the Navan Road
Planning and Zoning
G1 Community Infrastructure Objective - To provide for necessary community, social and educational facilities.
Allotments, Car Park (incl. Park and Ride), Cemetery/Crematorium, Children Play / Adventure Centre, Childcare Facility, Community Facility / Centre, Cultural Facility, Education (Primary or Second Level), Education (Third Level), Health Centre, Hospital, Leisure / Recreation / Sports Facilities, Place of Public Worship, Playing Pitches, Recycling Facility (Civic & Amenity ), Water Services / Public Services.
Open for Consideration Uses
Bring Banks, Funeral Home, Gymnasium, Halting Site / Group Housing, Healthcare Practitioner, Residential / Sheltered Housing, Restaurant / Café, Retirement Home / Residential Institution / Retirement Village, Telecommunication Structures.
The following approximate floor areas have been provided from drawings prepared by ORS and are available on request:
St Finian's Diocesan Trust Kells Co Meath
Building 1 Single storey classroom 493 SQM
Building 2 Single storey flat roof classroom building 266 SQM
Building 3 Two-Storey classroom building 844 SQM
Building 4 Original two storey period houses with extensions 816 SQM
Building 5 Partly refurbished classroom building & gym/hall 1,174 SQM
Total 3,593 SQM
FeaturesFormer Eureka School Buildings of approx. 3,593 sqm on a site of approx. 2.41ha (5.95 acres).
Located on the southern side of the Navan Road close to its intersection with the Headfort Road approx. 500m east of the Main Street in Kells.
Kells is approx. 65km northwest of Dublin City Centre and approx. 18km northwest of Navan and benefits from direct motorway access from the M50 on the M3 motorway.
Zoned G1 “Community Infrastructure – to provide for necessary community, social and educational facilities” in the Kells Development Plan 2013 – 2019.
Suitable for a wide range of uses (Subject to Planning Permission)
Tender date 12 Noon, Wednesday, 11th December 2019
DirectionsThe subject property is located on the southern side of the Navan Road close to its intersection with the Headfort Road approx. 500m east of the Main Street in Kells. Kells is approx. 65km northwest of Dublin City Centre and approx. 18km northwest of Navan and benefits from direct motorway access from the M50 on the M3 motorway. The town serves the rural hinterland of agricultural farms the town has a rich historical heritage. The town population is approximately 6,000 persons.
Viewing DetailsBy appointment.
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