Killin Park House is a charming period house dating back to 1800â€™s renowned as a megalithic site for a giantâ€™s grave close to Dundalk town.
DNG Duffy are delighted to present Killin Park House, a Georgian three story country house set amid 2.1 acres of mature gardens and trees. This home dates from c.1860 and was built on the edge of an ancient elevated site which was used as a vantage point in defence of invaders. Made famous by Pearar Oâ€™Doirinâ€™s song â€œUrchnoc Chein mhic Cainteâ€ written on sweet Killin Hill it is now known as Killin wood and is a heaven of peace and tranquillity situated between the town of Dundalk, two miles and Junction 17 of the M1, one mile allowing easy access to both Dublin and Belfast.
Killin Park House was restored to its former glory in 2003 and is positioned between the Castletown and the Blackwater rivers amid lush farmland in the heart of Co.Louth
The accommodation from the front enters onto the first floor which comprises of an impressive entrance hall, the drawing room to one side and the master bedroom, large dressing room and ensuite opposite.
Ground floor comprises of rear entrance/ cloakroom and utility room. The country style kitchen opens into the dining area/ sitting room and is incorporated into a large bright double glazed conservatory which extends the length of the house. A book lined passageway with a window seat to the front, leads to a double bedroom and large bathroom.
Second floor comprises of an impressive light filled hallway with 3 double bedrooms and bathroom.
The rooms are spacious and gracious throughout with high ceilings, sash windows, chandeliers and feature fireplaces to mention just a few of the outstanding features.
The gardens mainly to the rear of the house, are well maintained interspersed with mature trees, flowerbeds and shrubbery.
Kitchen/Dining - 5.7m x 4.5m
Utility Room - 3.2m x 2.3m
Rear Entrance - 3.2m x 2.1m
Sunroom - 4.2m x 11.3m
Sitting Room - 5.5m x 4.2m
Entrance hal ...