The Oldcastle Station House and Commercial Railway Yard .
with cut stone 3 Bedroom iconic building
in the thriving town of Oldcastle
Hallway: 8'0" x 6'0" c/w Tonged & Grooved ceiling
Kitchen/Diner: 22'0" x 10'0" C/w Tiled floor, Cream fitted kitchen
Utility: c/w door to side yard
Sitting room: 22'0" x 16'0" c/w Carpet
Landing with small storage press
Bedroom 1: 11'0" x 16'0" c/w Carpet
Bedroom 2: 11'0" x 16'0" c/w Carpet
Bedroom 3: 11'0" x 16'0" c/w Carpet
Bathroom: 10'0" x 9'0" c/w Bath &Shower cubicle
The Station house is located at the last post on the Great Northern Railway route which linked Dublin,Drogheda and onto Oldcastle. The property encompasses a noble cut stone residence with commercial yard which served the railway station. The writer of this brochure had the pleasure of traveling on the Oldcastle train before the line from Dublin to Oldcastle was closed in 1963. It's an iconic building which formed part of the overall railway station complex and served this market town of Oldcastle for 100 years. It's importance in the building of Oldcastle to become such a vibrant town today cannot be underestimated. The stationhouse is preserved in its original state as a private residence and adjoins the commercial railway yard and are being offered for sale in 1 lot. This is a once off opportunity to acquire a unique historical residence and a commercial yard/site in Oldcastle town which is now connected to Dublin by the M3 Motorway instead of the old railway line where the driving time to Dublin is approx 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on which part of Dublin is your final destination. You can now get there quicker than the train. Oldcastle is now an important tourist destination on Ireland's Ancient East because of its proximity to Dublin and the number of attractions including fishing, golf, leisure activities,horse riding,shooting, etc. Good schools, health Centre, shops,library,hotel,restaurants and bars within walking distance. Home to the Loughcrew Hills and the Ancient Megalithic ...