A gracious period property built around 1813 and spectacularly positioned on some 2.3 acres within the town of Ratoath in the heart of County Meath. The property enjoys a quiet, tranquil setting and provides 395 sq.m/ 4,250 sq.ft (approx.) of excellent family accommodation.
Built around 1813 Glebelands House is a five-bay two-storey over basement property. The property is a truly majestic residence that incorporates modern living while still retaining the charm and grandeur of a traditional country home with features such as sash windows, flagstone floors in the basement and feature fireplaces throughout.
A beautiful entrance porch, complete with tiled flooring, leads into a light filled entrance hall that is gloriously lit from a large window on the landing return. The drawing room with a feature fireplace is perfectly proportioned, and with the dining room across the hall, offers excellent entertaining space for guests. The first floor is completed with an ensuite bedroom.
The basement is perfect for everyday living with the country kitchen complete with Aga catering for all family needs. The sun room extension to the south is an excellent addition for those looking to relax during the day. The family room again offers excellent accommodation for everyday use. The basement is complete with utility area, larder and bedroom with ensuite. The second floor is as impressive as the first floor with the feature staircase leading upstairs to the main bedrooms that are excellently proportioned with high
ceiling throughout. The master bedroom is complete with its own ensuite and walk in wardrobe.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
The house links seamlessly with the gardens and wider setting. This linking to the garden is exemp ...