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IrelandWestmeathClonmellon5 Cluain Mhor, Clonmellon, Co Westmeath


5 Cluain Mhor, Clonmellon, Co Westmeath

4 beds 3 baths Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on Nov 13, 2019
#4 of 4 Properties Viewed in Clonmellon
Quillsen (Navan)
Quillsen (Navan)
Tel: 046 902 2100
PSRA Licence No. 002250
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Property Facilities


Welcome to this spacious home - spacious both inside and out, with accommodation laid across three floors and set on a highly generous corner garden plot making this property ideal for families. No less than three reception rooms, four bedrooms, all with wardrobes and a large attic space occupy this detached residence. Importantly the primary school and shops are within easy walking distance of this sought after neighbourhood. Viewing really is a must. LOCATION No 5 is set on an enviable corner site within the popular Cluain Mhor residential estate, a quiet neighbourhood of detached family homes within easy walking distance of the village of Clonmellon. Clonmellon Village with facilities that include shops and a national school is located on the N52 road (Dundalk / Limerick route). 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 250 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. 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 watersports. 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. 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.


Entrance Hall 6.05m x 1.90m Hardwood hall door with upper glazed panels. Telephone point. Alarm control panel. Timber style floor. Ceiling coving. Guest WC Understairs. Incorporates toilet and wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Sitting Room 4.95m x 3.35m Featuring bay window and cast-iron fireplace with carved timber surround and mantle along with granite hearth. Telephone and television points. Ceiling coving and centre rose. Timber style floor. Glazed double doors opening from: Dining Room 3.35m x 3.25m Sliding patio door leading to and overlooking rear garden. Timber style floor. Telephone and television points. Kitchen 4.60m x 3.15m Incorporates an extensive range of floor and wall mounted units arranged in an L shape across two walls fitted with 1.5 bowl single drainer sink, electric oven, hob, fridge freezer and extractor hood. Plumbed for dishwasher. Tiled floor and tile splashback to wall surfaces over countertops. Recessed lighting. Glazed double doors opening from living room. Utility Room 65m x 1.50m Incorporates floor and wall mounted units fitted with single drainer sink unit. Tiled floor. Plumbed for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. External door leading to rear garden. Living Room 3.55m x 3.15m Timber style floor. Telephone and television points. Glazed double doors opening to kitchen. Landing 6.05m x 1.90m (max.) Timber style floor. Master Bedroom 4.35/3.20m x 3.35m Features bay window. Timber style floor. Wardrobe space. Telephone and television points. Ensuite Incorporates shower enclosure with Mira Elite 2 power shower, toilet and wash hand basin. Complete floor and wall tiling. Bedroom 2 3.50m x 3.10m Timber style floor. Wardrobe space. Telephone and television points. Bedroom 3 3.40m x 3.15m Timber style floor. Wardrobe space. Telephone and television points. Bedroom 4 3.35m x 3.20m Timber style floor. Wardrobe space. Telephone and television points. Bathroom 2.25m x 1.90m Incorporates bath with shower attachment, toilet and wash hand basin. Complete floor and wall tiling. Attic space 8.60m x 3.86m (at its deepest) Large open plan area with two windows and Velux style skylight. Fitted with two radiators. Perfect as it is for storage or ideal for future conversion to additional accommodation.


BER Rating D1; BER No 112640628; Energy Perf. Ind. 236.45kWh/m2/yr Three reception rooms and four bedrooms Huge attic space offering many options Wardrobe provision in all bedrooms Large corner site - huge enclosed rear garden Walking distance to village with shops and school Convenient to Kells and the M3 motorway Clonmellon is on the N52 (Dundalk / Limerick route) Within an exclusive development of detached houses Solid 6 panel internal doors Glazed double doors linking kitchen with living room and sitting room with dining room Tile and timber style floor surfaces throughout PVC fascia, soffit, gutters and double glazed window units Handsome part brick facade Security alarm provision


From 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 (where you can keep left on N52 to continue to Delvin or Mullingar), continue straight for some 180 metres where you turn left into the Cluain Mhor estate. The property is situated a short distance on the left hand side being the fifth house and sitting on a corner site. Eircode: C15 H9C6. Estimated GPS coordinates: 53.6638, -7.0220, not absolute).




The residence is approached over a bitumen type surfaced driveway which provides safe off-street parking. The front garden is otherwise largely laid under lawn. A concrete surfaced footpath surrounds the house. There is a gated access to the side of the residence which leads to the rear garden. It’s a very large space which is lawned being decorated by some flowers and trees. It also has a concrete base for a domestic workshop. A water tap is located in this area too and it’s also got lighting and electric points.

Viewing Information

An early inspection of this property comes highly recommended by the selling agent. In addition to business hours, viewings can usually be accommodated by us in the evenings and at weekends. To arrange a viewing, call or text our negotiator handling this sale, Chris Smith on 087 2109470 or 046 9022100


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