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€75,000

Newcastle, Oldcastle, Co Meath

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Quillsen (Navan)
Quillsen (Navan)
Tel: 046 902 2100
PSRA Licence No. 002250
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Chris Smith is excited to present to the market this wonderful opportunity to acquire a homemaking project set in unspoilt rolling countryside with beautiful views of the Loughcrew Hills and indeed all stunning surrounding area. The subject property comprises a totally derelict single story stone residence set on c. 1.26 acres (about 0.51ha). We understand that mains water passes along the road. This property is comprised in Land Registry Folio Number MH60496F and is located some 3km by road northeast of Oldcastle. Located within 3km of the charming market town of Oldcastle, the offering of this property for sale offers a fantastic opportunity for those with a dream of building their own dream home, subject to securing the necessary planning permission - ideal for those seeking a quieter live, away from hustle and bustle yet convenient to Oldcastle town. With a derelict house in situ at present standing on this 1.25 acre rural site and tucked in a cull de sac away from the day-to-day hustle and bustle, this property offers much potential. This site commands magnificent views of the Loughcrew Hills with its series of thirty or so tombs situated across a ridge of four hills. LOCATION Oldcastle is situated in the north west of the county, an area renowned for its fertile green plains close to the rolling drumlins of Cavan and the lakelands of Westmeath. Oldcastle offers the day-to-day facilities one would need including supermarkets, hardwares, doctors surgery, primary and secondary schools, characters pubs, hotel, library credit union and bank and indeed much more. A place rich in heritage and history, Oldcastle offers an excellent place to call home. Better still, Newcastle offers a rural setting with magnificent views and Oldcastle and its services within three kilometres. As a bonus the Ballymacad Point-to-Point venue is adjacent too, an event held annually. Apparently of a similar age to the monuments of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth (c.3,000 BC), Loughcrew is located on the highest point in County Meath. From the summit, there are spectacular views to the surrounding and distant landscapes across multiple counties. Other nearby attractions include Lough Lene near Collinstown and Fore Abbey which is noted for its seven wonders. The surrounding area caters for a good range of recreational activities including soccer, rugby, football, hurling, handball, go-carting, shooting, hunting, fishing and an array of water sports. Golfing enthusiasts will be likely enamoured by the courses at Headfort in Kells or for those less energetic, there is the course at Virginia by Lough Ramor. An afternoons horse racing can be had at Navan, Fairyhouse and Kilbeggan racecourses and of course a night at the dogs can be enjoyed at the Mullingar Greyhound Track.

Features

Derelict residence on c. 1.26 acres Ideal for redevelopment, subject to securing the necessary planning permission Magnificent views of the Loughcrew Hills Main water passing 1.65km off R195 (Oldcastle / Virginia Road) 3km from the charming market town of Oldcastle with schools 11km Virginia, 21km Kells with M3 adjacent Within about 50 minutes drive of Blanchardstown Convenient for those frequently travelling to Navan, Cavan and Mullingar too Beautiful country location

Directions

From Oldcastle take the R195 along Cavan Street in the direction of Virginia. Continue to follow the R195 for 1.7 km taking a right at the first four crossroads (immediately beyond Gibneys oil depot on the left-hand side). Proceed along this road for 1.3km taking a cul-de-sac to the right. Proceed along this cul-de-sac for approximately 350 metres or thereabouts whereupon the property can be seen on the left-hand side identified by the agents for sale sign. Estimated GPS coordinates 53.7806, -7.1339, approximated and not absolute.

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Viewing Information

An inspection is essential for full appreciation. To arrange a suitable viewing time, please either call the offices of sole agent Quillsen on 046 90 22100 or call our negotiator handling the sale, Chris Smith (MIPAV MCEI Asc SCSI/RICS) by mobile telephone on 087 2109470.

Disclaimer

All information provided is to the best of our knowledge. The utmost of care and attention has been placed on providing factual and correct information. In certain cases some information may have been provided by the vendor to ourselves. While every care is taken in preparing particulars the firm do not hold themselves responsible for mistakes, errors or inaccuracies in our online advertising and give each and every viewer the right to get a professional opinion on any concern they may have
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Newcastle, Oldcastle, Co Meath

€75,000

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Description

Chris Smith is excited to present to the market this wonderful opportunity to acquire a homemaking project set in unspoilt rolling countryside with beautiful views of the Loughcrew Hills and indeed all stunning surrounding area. The subject property comprises a totally derelict single story stone residence set on c. 1.26 acres (about 0.51ha). We understand that mains water passes along the road. This property is comprised in Land Registry Folio Number MH60496F and is located some 3km by road northeast of Oldcastle. Located within 3km of the charming market town of Oldcastle, the offering of this property for sale offers a fantastic opportunity for those with a dream of building their own dream home, subject to securing the necessary planning permission - ideal for those seeking a quieter live, away from hustle and bustle yet convenient to Oldcastle town. With a derelict house in situ at present standing on this 1.25 acre rural site and tucked in a cull de sac away from the day-to-day hustle and bustle, this property offers much potential. This site commands magnificent views of the Loughcrew Hills with its series of thirty or so tombs situated across a ridge of four hills. LOCATION Oldcastle is situated in the north west of the county, an area renowned for its fertile green plains close to the rolling drumlins of Cavan and the lakelands of Westmeath. Oldcastle offers the day-to-day facilities one would need including supermarkets, hardwares, doctors surgery, primary and secondary schools, characters pubs, hotel, library credit union and bank and indeed much more. A place rich in heritage and history, Oldcastle offers an excellent place to call home. Better still, Newcastle offers a rural setting with magnificent views and Oldcastle and its services within three kilometres. As a bonus the Ballymacad Point-to-Point venue is adjacent too, an event held annually. Apparently of a similar age to the monuments of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth (c.3,000 BC), Loughcrew is located on the highest point in County Meath. From the summit, there are spectacular views to the surrounding and distant landscapes across multiple counties. Other nearby attractions include Lough Lene near Collinstown and Fore Abbey which is noted for its seven wonders. The surrounding area caters for a good range of recreational activities including soccer, rugby, football, hurling, handball, go-carting, shooting, hunting, fishing and an array of water sports. Golfing enthusiasts will be likely enamoured by the courses at Headfort in Kells or for those less energetic, there is the course at Virginia by Lough Ramor. An afternoons horse racing can be had at Navan, Fairyhouse and Kilbeggan racecourses and of course a night at the dogs can be enjoyed at the Mullingar Greyhound Track.

Features

Derelict residence on c. 1.26 acres Ideal for redevelopment, subject to securing the necessary planning permission Magnificent views of the Loughcrew Hills Main water passing 1.65km off R195 (Oldcastle / Virginia Road) 3km from the charming market town of Oldcastle with schools 11km Virginia, 21km Kells with M3 adjacent Within about 50 minutes drive of Blanchardstown Convenient for those frequently travelling to Navan, Cavan and Mullingar too Beautiful country location

Directions

From Oldcastle take the R195 along Cavan Street in the direction of Virginia. Continue to follow the R195 for 1.7 km taking a right at the first four crossroads (immediately beyond Gibneys oil depot on the left-hand side). Proceed along this road for 1.3km taking a cul-de-sac to the right. Proceed along this cul-de-sac for approximately 350 metres or thereabouts whereupon the property can be seen on the left-hand side identified by the agents for sale sign. Estimated GPS coordinates 53.7806, -7.1339, approximated and not absolute.

Size

Viewing Information

An inspection is essential for full appreciation. To arrange a suitable viewing time, please either call the offices of sole agent Quillsen on 046 90 22100 or call our negotiator handling the sale, Chris Smith (MIPAV MCEI Asc SCSI/RICS) by mobile telephone on 087 2109470.

Disclaimer

All information provided is to the best of our knowledge. The utmost of care and attention has been placed on providing factual and correct information. In certain cases some information may have been provided by the vendor to ourselves. While every care is taken in preparing particulars the firm do not hold themselves responsible for mistakes, errors or inaccuracies in our online advertising and give each and every viewer the right to get a professional opinion on any concern they may have