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IrelandMeathStamullenStedalt House, Stamullen, Co Meath, K32 A363


Stedalt House, Stamullen, Co Meath, K32 A363

30 beds 1599.9m 2Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on Aug 23, 2019
#7 of 27 Properties Viewed in Stamullen
Savills (Country)
Savills (Country)
Tel: 01 663 4350
PSRA Licence No. 002223
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Best and final offers at noon on Wednesday 9 October 2019 (unless previously sold) Best and final offers at noon on Wednesday, 9 October 2019 (unless previously sold) History During the mid-17th century, the lands at Stedalt were in the ownership of Nicholas Darcy of Plattin Hall and at this time, it comprised 160 acres along with a fine farm house, a corn mill and a tuck mill. In the 18th century, Stedalt House was the home of the Walsh family and at this period it was an estate comprising about 230 acres. The older house at Stedalt was demolished around 1860, when the present house was constructed. Towards the close of the 19th century Stedalt House was residence to the Tunstall-Moore family and the last family to reside there was the McCartney-Filgate family until 1936. It was sold in 1936 to the Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus for the training of aspirants for the home and foreign missions. In 1951, the Sisters of St. Clare took up residence until 1987.It was then used as a nursing home for many years and up until recently has been used as a disability centre. Description The property has changed hands many times with each owner utilising the property for their individual needs and so over time the layout and room uses have changed. Stedalt House is substantial (approximately 17,000 sq ft) and the main rooms are light filled, multi-functional and in excellent order. The property would suit a wide range of uses due to its size, condition, acreage, private location and zoning. The accommodation in the courtyard includes a 5-bedroom coach house and converted outbuildings to include office space, a café and many stores and service rooms. Please refer to the floorplans for a full list of the accommodation.    Grounds The property sits on about 4.7 acres of formal gardens, lawn and woodland and is approached through pillared gates along a fenced driveway. The grounds are manageable and very well cared for by the current owners. There is further land available at an additional price if required Zoning The land is currently zoned under the Meath County Development Plan 2013 - 2019 as G1 ''To provide for necessary community, social and educational facilities.'' The following uses are Permitted in Principle under the zoning objective G1: Allotments, Car Park (incl. Park and Ride), Cemetery/Crematorium, Children Play / Adventure Centre, Childcare Facility, Community Facility/Centre, Cultural Facility, Education (Primary or Second Level), Education (Third Level), Health Centre, Hospital, Leisure/ Recreation / Sports Facilities, Place of Public Worship, Playing Pitches, Recycling Facility (Civic & Amenity), Water Services / Public Services. The following uses are Open for Consideration: Bring Banks, Funeral Home, Gymnasium, Halting Site/Group Housing, Healthcare Practitioner, Residential/Sheltered Housing, Restaurant/Café, Retirement Home/Residential Institution/ Retirement Village, Telecommunication Structures. Listing Stedalt House is listed on the record of protected structures. General Remarks Viewing Strictly by appointment by Savills Country Agency. Fixtures & Fittings All fixtures and fittings are excluded from the sale including garden statuary, light fittings, and other removable fittings, although some items may be available by separate negotiation. Services Mains water, oil fired central heating, private drainage, broadband, high level of security throughout building. Please be advised that the selling agents have not checked the services and any purchaser should satisfy themselves with the availability and adequacy of all services. Entry & Possession Entry is by agreement with vacant possession. Offers Offers may be submitted to the selling agents, Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2. Email address: Best Offers Date A date for best offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are asked to register their interest with the selling agents following inspection. The sellers reserve the right to exchange a Contract for the sale of any part of the subjects of sale ahead of a notified closing date and will not be obliged to accept the highest or any offer. Financial Guarantee All offers (regardless of the country of residence of the offering party) must be accompanied by a guarantee or suitable form of reference from a bank, which gives the sellers satisfaction that the purchaser has access to the funds required to complete the purchase at the offered price. Generally Should there be any discrepancy between these, the General Remarks and Information, Stipulations and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail. Best and final offers at noon on Wednesday, 9 October 2019 (unless previously sold) Stamullen is located in Co Meath, only 6 km from the M1 motorway connecting Belfast to Dublin. The village of Stamullen offers everyday needs and includes a supermarket, pub, butcher, haiR salons and a coffee shop. Further shopping and amenities can be found in Drogheda, Irelands largest town. The town has several quality hotels, restaurants, boutique shops and two large shopping centres, Scotch Hall Shopping Centre and Lawrence Shopping Centre. The North East boasts a stunning coastline and there is a long sandy beach running from Gormanston to Mornington via Laytown which is 5 km distant. Centrally located in the heart of the Boyne Valley in the 'Royal County' of Meath, the surrounding area is home to renowned attractions such as the Hill of Tara, the famous megalithic burial tombs of Newgrange (Brú na Boinne World Heritage Site), Francis Ledwidge Museum and the famous Battle of the Boyne Site. There are wonderful walks in the area along the beaches and the River Boyne where a special walkway has been created between Drogheda and Navan along the canal. The sporting enthusiast is well placed with a range of top-quality amenities on the door step. Bellewstown racecourse and Golf Course is 7.5 km away and there are links courses at Bettystown and Baltray. The Co. Louth Golf Course, at Baltray is 21 km in distance and hosted the Irish Open in 2005 and 2009. Horse racing takes place close by in Bellewstown, which is one of the oldest race courses in Ireland and meets are held twice each summer. Laytown Races are a unique event in Europe as they are the only race event run on a beach under the rules of the Turf Club. Other races are held at Navan, Fairyhouse and at Dundalk where the stadium also hosts greyhound racing. The keen huntsman has a choice of packs in the Louth and Meath Foxhounds, the Fingal Harries and the Ward Union. Numerous primary and secondary schools serve the area including St Patricks NS in Stamullen. Private secondary education is available in Drogheda, Navan and Dundalk, all within a short drive. Gormanstown College is college is located 4.5 km away. The secondary school is renowned for having some of the finest sports facilities in Ireland.


  • Mansion house with converted outbuildings
  • About 4.7 acres - further land available
  • Approx. 22, 000 sq ft in total
  • Popular village location
  • Within 5km of M1 Motorway

BER Details

BER: C1 BER No: Performance Indicator:


Eircode - K32 A363

Negotiator Details

Cianan Duff

Viewing Information

Strictly by appointment with Savills Dublin - Country on + 353 (0) 1 663 4350
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