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Dervotstown, Clonmellon, Navan, Co Meath

5 beds 3 baths Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on Jun 8, 2021
#51 of 126 Properties Viewed in Navan
Quillsen (Navan)
Quillsen (Navan)
Tel: 046 902 2100
PSRA Licence No. 002250
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Chris Smith of Quillsen proudly presents to the market this magnificent luxury double fronted two storey residence together with double garage that stands on an c. 1 acre site. This highly spacious well-appointed five bedroom home with superb premium fit out spans a sizable 286sq. metres approximately and comfortably boasts three reception rooms along with impressive ancillary accommodation. The location here some 4km and 6km from the village of Clonmellon and the town of Athboy respectively is highly convenient with the M3 motorway nearby and connection with the N52 route (Dundalk / Limerick route) after less than 2km. This property is sure to appeal to many, particularly those with growing families, and so the agent highly recommends an early viewing. LOCATION Dervotstown is set in the country with the village of Clonmellon on N52 being 4km and the town of Athboy on N51 being some 6km away and so offers the best of all worlds, town, village and country. The village of Clonmellon featuring wide tree-lined Main Street of character offers conveniences including shops, school, health centre, credit union, food outlets, various shops and public houses as well a number of sporting facilities and recreation clubs. 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. Mellowes Family Fun Adventure and Childcare Centre is nearby and convenient too. A mere ten minutes from the village takes one to the M3 making simple commuting to Dublin and connections to elsewhere. A charming small but busy and thriving town, Athboy, boasts a wealth of shopping and community facilities, clubs and amenities to cater for its increasing population. These include both primary and post primary schools as well as Athboy Childcare Centre (3 months to 12 years includes afterschool club), supermarkets, pharmacies, bank, credit union, two hotels, various unique hostelries, tennis and basketball courts, a library, GAA pitches, rugby and soccer pitches together with an array of community and recreational groups. Other centres within easy striking range include the heritage towns of Kells and Trim, with its magnificent ruins of King Johns Castle, at 16km and 18km distant respectively and the county towns of Navan and Mullingar, at 24km and 27km distant respectively. Blanchardstown Shopping Centre and the M50 is easily reachable in a short 45 minutes or so road trip. Given its location close to arterial routes, some 1.7km from the N52, convenient to the M3 and with the M1, M2, M4 and M6 not too distant either, this property is likely ideal for Dublin commuter and for those who transverse the country for a living. 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 rationale 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. 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 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. Why not come check out and explore for yourself?


Entrance Porch 2.30m x 2.00m Hardwood exterior hall door. Solid Oak floor. Windows to two elevations. Double doors with glazed upper panels leading to: Entrance Hall 9.80m x 2.35/1.15m Fitted with magnificent hardwood signature staircase that leads to the first floor. Solid Oak floor. Living Room 4.10m x 4.00m Fitted with cast iron open fireplace with timber mantle and surround. Solid Oak floor. Ceiling coving. Television and telephone points. Windows to two elevations. Family Room 5.30m x 4.00m Featuring solid fuel fuelled stove set in brick fireplace topped with timber rail road sleeper. Engineered Oak wide plank floor. Ceiling coving. Television and telephone points. Door to entrance hall in additional to door that opens to: Sun Room 6.35m x 4.45m This space came about as a result of a single storey extension following the original construction. It features a partial vault ceiling. Magnificently bright with complete glazing to southern and western elevations to include slider doors. Engineered Oak wide plank floor. Television and telephone points. Recessed lighting. Door opening from: Kitchen / Dining Room 6.20/4.90m x 5.30m Fitted with a fantastic range of floor and wall mounted units laid out in a U-shaped arrangement spanning three walls incorporating double oven, hob, extractor hood, dishwasher, fridge freezer and 1.5 bowl sink unit together with tile splashback to walls surfaces over countertops. Matching island unit to include Wicker vegetable baskets. Tile floor. Recessed lighting. Utility Room 4.10m x 2.50m Fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units set along two walls incorporating double sink unit. Tile floor. Recessed lighting. Space provision for washing machine and tumble dryer. Windows to two elevations. Shower Room 4.10m x 1.95m Incorporates toilet, sink unit and floor entry shower fitted with thermostatic valve pump shower. Complete floor and wall surface tiling. Bedroom 5 4.10m x 3.60m Solid Oak floor. Windows to two elevations. Telephone point. Landing 6.40m x 2.40m Solid Oak floor. Recessed lighting. Naturally lit by a Velux style roof window in additional to front elevation window. Master Bedroom 6.30m x 5.30m An amazing spacious master suite space featuring cathedral ceiling and windows to three elevations, east, south and west. Sliderobe style wardrobe space. Solid Oak floor. Telephone point. Doors to Hotpress and to: Ensuite 4.30m x 1.75m Incorporates toilet, sink unit and shower enclosure fitted with thermostatic valve pump shower. Complete floor and wall surface tiling. Feature timber wall panelling. Tile style floor. Bedroom 2 4.20m x 4.00m Fitted with wardrobe. Solid Oak floor. Windows to two elevations. Bedroom 3 4.30m x 3.95m Solid Oak floor. Windows to two elevations. Bedroom 4 4.20/3.50m x 4.00m Fitted with wardrobe. Solid Oak floor. Windows to two elevations. Bathroom 4.30m x 2.35m Incorporates toilet, sink unit, bath and independent shower enclosure fitted with Triton T90sr power shower. Floor tiling and selected wall surface tiling.


Impressive B2 building energy rating Five double bedrooms Three reception rooms including a very spacious Sun Room Accommodation virtually all dual aspect Exceptionally well fitted Superbly presented Timber and tile surfaces floors Oil fired central heating c. 1 acre landscaped site Double garage Bitumen type surfaced driveway which extends to provide an abundance of circulation and parking space Outside lighting, power and water tap PVC fascia, soffit and gutters PVC double glazed window units Water tank compatible to the addition of solar panels N51 1.7km Convenient to M3 motorway Clonmellon 4km and Athboy 6km Close to the magnificent Ballinlough Castle BER Rating B2; BER No. 102455391; EPI 119.89kWh/m2/yr


From Athboys Main Street (N51), turn onto Connaught Street/Oldcastle Road (R154). Proceed for 300 metres approximately taking the first road to the left. Proceed along this, the Cloran Road, for approx. 6.2km whereupon the property can be seen on the left hand side identified by the agents for sale sign. If approaching from the N52 turn onto the L5530 between Delvin and Clonmellon, signposted Athboy and Ballinlough. Continue for approx. 1.7km whereupon the property can be seen on the right hand side identified by the agents for sale sign. The estimated GPS coordinates are 53.6400, -7.0103 (approximate for directional purposes only, not absolute) and Eircode is C15 X991.



Flanked by gardens predominantly laid in lawn, a bitumen type surfaced driveway leads from the road through masonry piers to extend to the front, side and wrapping to the rear of the residence. The surfaced area connects to the double garage and doubles to provide an abundance of circulation and parking space. The gardens essentially laid in lawn, meaning simple an uncomplicated maintenance and are simply decorated by some flowers, shrubs and trees. An amazing aspect of the outside space is its large and impressive raised deck of hardwood featuring bandstand. Outside lighting, power and water tap laid on. Double Garage … 9.10m x 5.60m Twin vehicular access. Four windows fitted to two elevations, south and west. Light and power laid on. Houses central heating boiler unit.

Viewing Information

By appointment. To arrange a viewing, please call or text our negotiator handling this sale, Chris Smith, on 087-2109470.


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