DescriptionImpressive is this superb turnkey three bedroom home. It is impressive for many reasons, not least, its impeccable condition, its dual aspect kitchen cum dining room spanning some 6.3 metres in length, a large living room with open fire and a master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe cum dressing room between it and its ensuite shower room. On the outside, it has lovely features including a stone roadside perimeter wall. There is a fantastic secure enclosed rear garden with large paved patio area and block built garden shed as well as ample lawned area.
The village of Clonmellon with its rural village charm and atmosphere allows you to experience and enjoy the best of country living with the great outdoors virtually on the doorstep, with village conveniences adjacent including shops and school. Importantly Clonmellon, on the N52 road (Dundalk / Limerick route), is only a short few minutes drive from the M3 motorway, Kells and Athboy. Sports pitches around the corner. Lakes and hills close by. Europe’s largest Beech forest isn’t far either. Arguably there is nowhere better.
Clonmellon Village with facilities that include shops and a national school is located on the N52 road (Dundalk / Limerick route). A fortnightly famers market takes place, every second Sunday, in the Market Square providing a local social gathering as well as an opportunity to try some of the best wholesome local produce the area has to offer. A mere ten minutes takes you onto the M3 making simple commuting to Dublin and connections to elsewhere. Blanchardstown by car can be easily achieved in forty five minutes, similar to the connection to the M50. The towns of Athboy, Kells, Trim and Navan are 10km, 13km, 21km and 24km distant respectively with the Westmeath locations of Delvin and Mullingar being 8km and 28km distant respectively. Given its location close to arterial routes, some 350 metres from the N52, convenient to the M3 and with the M1, M2, M4 and M6 not too distance either, this property is likely ideal for those who transverse the country for a living. The picturesque village of Clonmellon with wide tree-lined Main Street, provides for all the typical facilities that one would expect for a centre of its kind to include national school, health centre, post office, credit union, food outlets, various shops and public houses as well a number of sporting facilities and recreation clubs. Football, hurling and soccer as well as a number of other sports are well provided for locally. A couple of minutes out the road is Mellowes Family Fun Adventure and Childcare Centre. Golfing is superbly catered for in the area with golf courses at Headfort in Kells. There are several lakes nearby making the area ideal for those fond of fishing or water sports. Locally angling on the Stoneyford, Yellow Ford and Blackwater rivers is popular. The Ballymacads hunt the area. The nearby Loughcrew Hills which incorporate a complex of passage tombs are one of Irelands most magnificent and abounding archaeological landscapes, ideal for weekend exploration. Locally there is Girley Bog Walk, as is the areas chief headline attraction, Causey Farm, drawing visitors locally, nationally and worldwide. A little further away is Mullaghmeen Forest known for having the largest planted beech forest in Europe - ideal for a trek with or without dogs.
With access to the M3, M4, M6, N51 and N52 routes convenient, the area is popular with Dublin commuters and those who transverse the country for work. Employees from the ICT, E-commerce and pharma sectors based around Blanchardstown / Damastown as well as ICTs based around Leixlip often choose Clonmellon as a place to call home, citing lifestyle, ease of commuting and affordability as the rational for their choice. Such companies include giants like Synopsys, IBM, PayPal, Symantec, Ebay, Paypal, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Alexion, Helsinn Birex, Hewlett-Packard and Intel with recent additions to include MSD (formerly Takeda and previously Shire), near Dunboyne and soon to feature Facebooks data centre at Clonee with work there well underway. For those into retail or perhaps seeking some retail therapy, the Blanchardstown Shopping Centres is some forty five minutes drive.
3.70/1.40m x 3.90/1.65m
Hardwood hall door with diamond shaped glazed feature. Alarm control panel. Solid Oak floor. Staircase with natural timber balustrade leading to first floor accommodation.
5.45m x 2.80m
Cast iron fireplace with driftwood style timber mantle and surround. Solid Oak floor. Television point.
Kitchen /Dining Room
6.35m x 2.55m
A bright airy light filled room with windows to two elevation as well as patio doors that lead to garden with patio area. Fitted with a superb range of modern base and wall mounted kitchen units incorporating sink, oven, hob, and extractor hood. Tile floor surface. Tiled floor. Television point.
2.15m x 1.40m
Useful countertop with space provision for washing machine and tumble dryer beneath. Wall mounted cabinets. Tiled floor.
Incorporates toilet and pedestal wash hand basin.
Feature window on the half landing making this a bright light filled area.
3.45m x 2.80m
Natural timber tongue and groove floor. Door to:
Walk-in Wardrobe / Dressing Room
Suitable shelved and railed.
Incorporates shower cubicle fitted with a Triton T90si power shower, toilet and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Wall tiling to selected areas. Velux style skylight.
FeaturesWell-appointed modern and bright accommodation
Beautifully and impeccably presented, inside and out
Three large bedrooms, master having dressing room and ensuite
Six panel natural timber internal doors with custom ironmongery
PVC fascia, soffit, gutters and double glazed windows
Stone feature façade
Security alarm fitted
Secure and safe rear garden
Oil fired central heating
Concrete block built garden shed
BER Rating C2; BER No. 113257554; EPI 192.83kWh/m2/yr
DirectionsFrom Dublin/Navan take the M3 towards Kells. At the end of the M3 you will meet a roundabout where you will take the first exit onto the N52, signposted Mullingar. Continue on the N52 to Clonmellon Village. Proceed up the Main Street and at the junction at the top of the village (rather than keeping left to continue on N52 to towards Delvin and Mullingar), continue straight for some 280 metres where the property can be seen on the left being the wall with the Raiskeen Place embellishment. The property is situated a short distance on the left hand side being the fifth house and sitting on a corner site. Eircode: C15 E9R2. Estimated GPS coordinates: 53.6646, -7.0234, not absolute).
OutsideThe property is secured from the road by a stone and masonry that runs along the perimeter. Enter from the Killallon Road through wrought iron gates over a concrete pathway, that lead to the front door, around the residence, and to the parking to the side of the house having vehicular access to the estate road too. The front garden is essentially otherwise laid under lawn. A gated side entrance leads to the private rear garden which has a particular generous sized patio area and an ever-useful garden shed. It is essentially otherwise laid under lawn.
Viewing InformationNo exaggeration, leave it too long before viewing and this property is likely to have changed hands! An immediate inspection is recommended by the selling agent. In order to arrange same and make the most of this opportunity, please call or text our negotiator handling this sale, Chris Smith 0872109470 or 0469022100. Viewing is exclusively by appointment
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