Copper Beech Cottage Carlanstown Kells County Meath A82 H566

Copper Beech Cottage Carlanstown Kells County Meath A82 H566

 

Copper Beech Cottage Carlanstown Kells County Meath A82 H566

 

Euroresales Property ID: - 9825858

 

We are proud to present this stunning 5 bedroom 3 bathroom property on 240m2 of build space.


Property Details

Deceptively spacious extended family home situated in an idyllic rural location close to the village of Carlanstown. This beautifully home has been lovingly cared for by the present owners who have decorated their home with great style and flare leaving very little to do for the successful purchaser. The property is ideally located close to two primary schools (Carlanstown and Kilbeg), a host of local amenities including shops, pubs, a butchers, filling station and chemist while Kells is just 5km away with access to the M3 Motorway. Viewing is highly recommended

 

Accommodation



Entrance Hall

 

Kitchen 7.00 x 2.93m.

 

Dining Room 7.00 x 2.75m.

 

Sunroom 4.08 x 3.96m.

 

Porch 1.65 x 1.45m.

 

Bedroom 1 3.94 x 3.76m.

 

En-Suite 3.94 x 1.60m.

 

Bedroom 2 3.80 x 3.45m.

 

Bedroom 3 3.70 x 3.35m.

 

Bedroom 4 3.70 x 3.32m.

 

Bathroom 3.70 x 2.10m.

 

Sitting Room 5.41 x 3.80m.

 

Bedroom 5 7.64 x 5.11m.

 

En-Suite 2.83 x 1.82m.

 

Wardrobe 2.83 x 1.82m.

 

Study 4.27 x 2.71m.

 

BER Details - BER: D1

BER No: 112460860

Performance Indicator: 230.67

 

About the Area

Kells is a town in County Meath, Ireland. The town lies off the M3 motorway, 16 km (10 mi) from Navan and 65 km (40 mi) from Dublin. It is best known as the site of Kells Abbey, from which the Book of Kells takes its name.

 

The Kells Monastic Site, with its round tower, is associated with St Colmcille (also known as Columba), the Book of Kells, now kept at Trinity College Dublin and the Kells Crozier, exhibited at the British Museum. The round tower and five large Celtic crosses can still be viewed today. Four of the crosses are in the churchyard of St Columba's church. The other Celtic cross was positioned in the middle of a busy crossroads until an accident involving a school bus. It now stands in front of a former courthouse. A roof protects the cross from the elements. Curiously, a replica is completely safe from the elements inside the museum.

 

Kells Kells Round Tower dates from the 10th century

 

Close by the graveyard of St. Columba's church stands a small stone roofed Oratory (St. Colmcille's House). This probably dates from the 11th century. Access to the monks' sleeping accommodation aloft is by ladder. This small rectangular building is positioned at one of the highest points in the town. The Oratory is kept locked, but visitor access can be arranged.

Just outside the town of Kells on the road to Oldcastle is the hill of Lloyd, named after Thomas Lloyd of Enniskillen, who camped a large Williamite army here during the wars of 1688-91 against the Jacobites. Here also stands a 30m high building called the Spire of Lloyd, which is an 18th-century lighthouse folly, the area around the tower has been developed as a community park (The People's Park), and includes the Paupers' Grave. This cemetery was a necessity in the times of great poverty in the country. Mass is still celebrated there annually and the cemetery is a reminder of the Workhouse and extreme poverty engendered by changes in farming practice in the 19th century and during the Famine.

 

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  • Product Code: 9825858
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