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€250,000

9 River View, Slane, Co Meath

3 beds 3 baths Detached House Refreshed on Oct 12, 2020
Quillsen (Navan)
Quillsen (Navan)
Tel: 046 902 2100
PSRA Licence No. 002250
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Description

Welcome and let Chris Smith of Quillsen introduce to you 9 River View, a detached residence of character with each room being spaciously well-appointed and bright through carefully planned fenestration. Inside as well as the usual ancillary accommodation, it includes a magnificent tri-aspect main living room running the full depth of the house along with, on the opposite side, a similarly impressive kitchen cum dining room both at ground floor level while upstairs, there are three double bedrooms with the master bedroom suite incorporating an ensuite shower room and a dressing room. With rear vehicular access, this property occupies a lovely elevated enclosed private site that has been carefully laid out and landscaped by the owners. This residential property which would make an ideal home for so many buyers including first time homeowners, those trading up and indeed those retreating from the country to enjoy village life, there is arguably nowhere better than the peaceful yet convenient setting here in the much celebrated heritage village of Slane. This property is in turnkey condition and is available for immediate occupation. LOCATION Slane is an estate village with fine Georgian houses in a most pleasant area of the Boyne Valley. This hillside village on the left bank of the River Boyne is situated at the junction of the N2 (Dublin/Monaghan road) and the N51 (Drogheda/Navan road). Despite being a very ancient and historic settlement and while retaining its distinctively unique character, Slane provides a modern range of local retail and service enterprises. Several hostelries adorn the village including the rejuvenated Conyngham Arms Hotel, restaurants and public houses. Primary education is provided in the village through St. Patrick's National School. There is an array of community and recreational groups and facilities in the area. GAA, soccer, horse riding, racing, golf, tennis, walking, swimming and canoeing are all available locally or lie within easy driving distance. A short drive, the East Coast offers safe sandy beaches and miles of dunes to bathe and walk. As well as the 5000 year old Newgrange, Ireland's most important archaeological site, the area is decorated by several ancient buildings and monuments to include Hill of Slane, Slane Castle (with new whiskey distillery adjacent), The Mill, Ledwidge Cottage Museum, Littlewood Forest and Newgrange Farm amongst other attractions. The towns of Navan, Drogheda and Ashbourne are convenient at 12km, 14km and 24km distant respectively. Ease of connection to Dublins M50 is assisted by the close proximity to the M1 at Drogheda, the M2 at Ashbourne and the M3 at Navan further adding to the appeal of the area from a commuters viewpoint. Maybe you should take a visit to experience all the village and greater area has to offer.

Accommodation

Entrance Hall 4.45m x 2.65/2.10m Sold Oak floor. Timber door with glazed upper panels and side glazed unit. Telephone point. Alarm control panel. Living Room 6.40m x 4.30m Feature cast iron fireplace with carved timber surround and mantel. TV point. Glazed to three elevations along with glazed exterior door leading to garden. Kitchen/Dining Room 6.40m x 3.75/3.15/2.55m Fitted with extensive range of base and wall mounted units to three walls incorporating Belfast type sink, hob, oven, extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge freezer. Features breakfast bar and butchers block style counter surfaces. Tiled splashback. Slate tile floor. Recessed lighting to kitchen. Plumbed for washing machine. Fenestration to four elevations including glazed door. Guest WC Slate floor. Incorporates toilet and wash hand basin. Landing Solid Oak floor. Access to attic. Master Bedroom 4.10m x 3.40m Solid Oak floor. TV point. Door to Dressing Room and to: Ensuite 2.20m x 2.10m Incorporating thermostatic valve shower in a quadrant shower enclosure, toilet and wash hand basin. Tile floor and selected wall surface tiling. Recessed lighting. Dressing Room 2.20m x 2.10m Solid Oak floor. Extensive wall to wall wardrobe units fitted. Recessed lighting. Bedroom 2 3.00m x 3.00m Wardrobe units fitted in alcove. Bedroom 3 3.00m x 3.00m Wardrobe units fitted in alcove. Bathroom 3.15m x 2.20m Incorporates feature claw legged bath, separate thermostatic value shower set in quadrant enclosure, toilet and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled floor and selected tiling to wall surfaces. Recessed lighting.

Features

Beautiful turnkey home Characterful features Featuring stone finish to front facade Large tri-aspect living room and kitchen/dining room Master bedroom suite includes both dressing room and ensuite All double bedrooms with wardrobes Oil fired central heating. Wireless alarm installed Wired for wired alarm Double glazing throughout Enclosed landscaped garden Vehicular rear garden access Quiet cul de sac location with village convenience Private end site Slane is a magical picturesque village location any day of the year being big history, charm and cheer BER DETAILS BER Rating C1 BER No. 107244493 Energy Performance Indicator 173.91kWh/m²/yr

Directions

From Dublin / Ashbourne, take the N2 south towards Slane. Some 200 metres beyond (and after crossing) Slane Bridge, turn right at the traffic lights. Proceed for 170 metres or thereabouts taking the second road or cul-de-sac to the left. No. 9 is the second and final house on the right hand side. From Slane, take the N2 south for some 350 metres beyond the four crossroads with traffic lights in the centre of the village (towards Slane Bridge). Keeping in the left lane, turn left at the traffic lights. Proceed for 170 metres or thereabouts taking the second road or cul-de-sac to the left. No. 9 is the second and final house on the right hand side. Eircode: C15N5D4.

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Outside

To the rear of the residence, this property boasts a fabulous enclosed tiered garden with two patio areas and lawned area decorated with a range of trees, shrubs and flowers. Vehicular access to rear garden. Garden shed. Outside tap. A footpath surrounds the residence.

Viewing Information

Without exaggeration, should you leave it too long before scheduling a viewing and this property, it 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

Disclaimer

All information provided is to the best of our knowledge. The utmost of care and attention has been placed on providing factual and correct information. In certain cases some information may have been provided by the vendor to ourselves. While every care is taken in preparing particulars the firm do not hold themselves responsible for mistakes, errors or inaccuracies in our online advertising and give each and every viewer the right to get a professional opinion on any concern they may have
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