DescriptionHistoric period home on zoned land
Belmont House is believed to date back to 1825. It is a detached five-bay, two storey over basement house, which is set within private grounds just a few minutes' walk to Navan Town Centre. The property has only changed hands once in its 195-year history, when Mr John Spicer acquired the mansion and surrounding demesne from Mr J Goggan. The house has remained under the ownership of the Spicer family since then.
Belmont House is substantial (approximately 5,603 sq ft) and the main rooms are light filled, retain many period features and some modern touches including the impressive kitchen. The layout of the house is traditional, suiting a modern family or indeed someone who wants to use the property for a commercial purpose.
The property would benefit from some renovation but will suit a wide range of uses due to its size, condition, acreage, private location and current zoning.
Please refer to the floorplans for a full list of the accommodation.
The property sits on about 2 hectares / 5 acres of lawn, mature hedging and impressive woodland and is approached through pillared gates along a fenced driveway. There is also a tarmacked tennis court to the east of the site.
Outbuildings on site include a swimming pool building with kitchen area, changing room, storage room and a red brick former stable block to the rear of the house.
The farmyard, accessed from the main avenue, is in a poor state of repair but there is plenty of scope for renovation. The derelict buildings would suit a wide range of uses including a home offices or further accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permission.
The land is currently zoned under the Meath County Development Plan 2009 - 2015 (Variation No. 3 Adopted October 2019) as A1 'To protect and enhance the amenity of developed residential communities''.
The following uses are Permitted in Principle under the zoning objective A1:
B & B / Guest House, Community Facility / Centre, Home Based Economic Activities, Residential / Sheltered Housing, and Water Services / Public Services.
The following uses are Open for Consideration under the zoning objective A1:
Allotments, Bring Banks, Convenience Outlet, Childcare Facility, Education (Primary or Second Level), Halting Site / Group Housing, Healthcare Practitioner, Leisure / Recreation / Sports Facilities, Petrol Station, Public House, Retirement Home / Residential Institution / Retirement Village, and Veterinary Surgery.
Specific Objective - Residential Phase II (Post 2019) objective covers the entire holding.
Belmont House is listed on the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage and Meath County Council as protected structures.
Former farm buildings
Strictly is strictly by appointment by Savills Country Agency and REA T&J Gavigan.
Fixtures & Fittings
All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale including garden statuary, light fittings, and other removable fittings, although some items may be available by separate negotiation.
Mains water, oil fired central heating, private drainage.
Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services.
Entry & Possession
Entry is by agreement with vacant possession.
Offers may be submitted to the selling agents;
Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2
REA T & J Gavigan, Railway Street, Navan, Co. Meath
Best Offers Date
A date for best offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are asked to register their interest with the selling agents following inspection. The sellers reserve the right to exchange a Contract for the sale of any part of the subjects of sale ahead of a notified closing date and will not be obliged to accept the highest or any offer.
All offers (regardless of the country of residence of the offering party) must be accompanied by a guarantee or suitable form of reference from a bank, which gives the sellers satisfaction that the purchaser has access to the funds required to complete the purchase at the offered price.
Should there be any discrepancy between these, the General Remarks and Information, Stipulations and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail.
Photos taken in September 2020 and brochure prepared in June 2021.
Navan is the county town and administrative capital of County Meath as well as being the fifth largest town in Ireland. Navan has seen unpresented growth in recent years with many of the most high-profile development companies building in the area due to its popularity with Dublin City commuters and access to the M3 Motorway linking Dublin and Cavan.
Navan benefits from excellent shopping and recreational amenities as well as first-rate transport services linking the town with the rest of the county and Dublin City. The town has several quality hotels, restaurants, boutique shops and many retail parks as well as the Navan Shopping Centre.
Belmont House is located on the south side of the town adjacent to the River Boyne and just off the R147 leading to Academy Street. The immediate area comprises a mixture of retail, development land (currently in agricultural use), residential apartment blocks and lower density town centre housing.
BER - Exempt
- Imposing period house with rich history
- Town Centre location
- Entire site zoned
- Swimming pool
- Private entrance
BER DetailsBER: Exempt
Viewing InformationStrictly by appointment with Savills Dublin - Country on + 353 (0) 1 663 4350