Grassland extending to approx. 45 acres situated north of railway line
Drumman is a fine period farmhouse set amidst fertile Co Meath lands between the village of Duleek and close to Balrath Cross. The house which is two storeys is centrally located within the farm and is approached by two avenues from different roads.
The main avenue is a tarmacadam road which meanders up through the lands and turns over a hump back stone railway bridge and eventually opens to the lawned approach which is framed by impressive mature trees. There is also a rear or farm entrance coming in from another road and which leads to the house via the farm yard.
Drumman House dates back to the 1700's and is presented in top class condition throughout. It retains many period features while is still a very manageable size. Drumman also boasts a fine 2 bedroom newly restructured, modern L shaped Gate lodge which was completely re built in 2010. Drumman House was totally re-furbished in 2002.
A short distance from the main house lies some extensive old yards including single storey and lofted sheds, machinery lean-to's and a modern range of sheds with concrete floors and single phase electricity installed.
The lands which surround the property are of good quality free draining soil presently laid out in good sized divisions.
The Main House
Approx. 231 sq. m / 2494 sq. ft.
Glazed entrance porch with tiled floor leads through to attractive entrance hall, which is large and bright with centre rose and staircase. The drawing room has a timber floor, a feature carved timber mantelpiece and a fitted wood burning stove.
The dining room with timber floor and feature carved mantelpiece with attractive Victorian decorative inset with painted tiles. From the dining room a door leads through to the Butler's pantry and kitchen. The kitchen has a timber floor, traditional kitchen units, large Belfast sink and granite worktop. Classic 5 plate gas cooker with ovens and electric hob.
The Butler's pantry also has a small Belfast sink, large worktop area and ...