A glorious late Georgian residence of generous proportions set in a delightful setting with
breath-taking views over the surrounding parkland Residence on c.18.26 acres
Kingston Lodge was the former hunting lodge of the Earl of Mayo built between 1805 and 1825. It is a unique property offering a substantial family home in Meath's finest countryside and sits on an elevated site looking across unspoilt rural views.
The property, nestled in the centre of its own lands, is approached along a private avenue meandering through magnificent trees and parkland. One arrives at the house, an imposing two storey, five bay house with twin double fronted bay end with an impressive forecourt.
On arrival at the front door, you are welcomed into the main house by an impressive light-filled full height entrance hall with an elegant original cantilever staircase. The entrance hall leads to all the principal reception rooms and kitchen,
which are all glorious, bright, spacious well laid out rooms creating effortless modern family living within an abundance of original period features. Of particular note, are the large drawing room and dining room, both with high ceilings, wooden floors, marble fireplaces and floor to ceiling four bay windows, which have wonderful views of the countryside. Further accommodation comprises of a large family sitting room, a study with a Cecil Aldin frieze, a games room and two WCs. The traditional open plan kitchen has a large dining area with stunning picture windows. Off the kitchen is a large utility room with ample shelving and a boot room.
Upstairs are five large well-proportioned bedrooms allwith wonderful views and four bathrooms. To the rear of the house is an original stone courtyard, entered fr ...