Savills | Ardnamullen House, Clonard, Enfield, Co Meath, A83 DA59 | Property for sale
3,337 sq ft(310.02 sq m)
Guide price €550,000

Ardnamullen House, ClonardEnfield, Co Meath, A83 DA59

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • 6-bedroom modern property
  • About 1.4 acres - additional land available
  • Approximately 3,336 sq ft
  • Excellent layout and in superb condition
  • 48km to M50 Junction

Impressive 6-bedroom house in a quiet, country location.

About this property

  • Description
    Ardnamullen House is an impressive, modern 6-bedroom family home set in a mature landscape in the village of Clonard, close to the N4. The property sits off a quiet cul-de-sac, giving it a private and peaceful position. The entrance is flanked by sandstone pillars with electric gates and approached along a gravel driveway leading up to the striking red door entrance. This generously proportioned house is well laid out and has ample space for a growing family looking for more space both internally and externally. The property extends to approximately 310 sq m / 3,336 sq ft.

    The impressive entrance hall, which includes a feature staircase, leads into a comfortable sitting room/home office on the right with window shutters and solid wooden floors and the living room on the left which provides for modern comfortable living and finished with a decorative fireplace and solid wooden floors and window shutters. The living room opens into a spacious open plan recently renovated kitchen/dining room, the focal point of the home with a set of French windows which open into the gardens. The kitchen benefits from high quality integrated appliances and an island.

    The utility room with larder is accessed from the kitchen and can also be accessed via the main hallway. The downstairs accommodation also includes a bathroom and a storage area which houses the equipment for the internal media system. A boiler room with storage is accessed from the outside.
    On the first floor, the landing provides access to a spacious ensuite master bedroom and features a walk-in wardrobe as well as views over the surrounding countryside. There are also three further double bedrooms on this floor, two of which are en suite. The main bathroom with shower, and bath . A large three door hot press completes this level.

    Stairs lead up to the second floor which includes two double bedrooms/multi-function rooms and a shared bathroom. This area is ideal for a family with teenagers or young adults who are looking for their own space and independence. These rooms look out over the entire holding. Extensive storage space flank both sides of this floor, with access from both bedrooms.

    The property has an impressive frontage with manicured front and back gardens, which are predominantly laid to lawn. The boundary comprises hedgerow on three sides with fenced grassland on one side. There are a number of specimen fruit trees to the rear of the house.

    A spacious two-car garage is positioned at the rear of the house. This building has an upstairs space which could be multi-functional. The multi fuel burner is also housed in this building as is the well water treatment room with further storage.

    Extra land available seperately - Laid out in three divisions surrounding the property and containing a combination of quality tillage and grass land, the land comprises about 23 acres in total. The land is bordered to the north by the Clonard River and the south by the local road.

    Further information on available lands is available from the selling agents.

    Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail.


    Strictly by appointment by the sole agents:
    Savills Country
    33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2
    Tel: +353 (0)1 663 4350
    PSRA License: 002223

    The Eircode for the property is A83 DA59.

    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.


    Condenser oil burner, multi fuel burner, septic tank, well water, electric gates with camera, internal music system, underfloor heating on ground floor.

    Please note 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.

    BER number - 101805786

    Wayleaves and Rights of Access
    The property will be sold with the benefit of all existing wayleave rights, including rights of access and rights of way, whether public or private. The purchaser will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of all such rights and others.

    Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, the General Remarks and Information, Stipulations and the Contract of Sale, the latter shall prevail.

    BER Details - BER B3 - BER No.101805786

Local information

  • Distances
  • Clonard 1 km, M4 5km, Kinnegad 6 km, Longwood 9 km, Enfield 15 km, Mullingar 24 km, Maynooth 36 km, Dublin City 57 km, Dublin Airport 67 km.
  • History of Clonard
  • Clonard lays its roots deep in Irish folklore, history and religion. It is credited to have been a centre of early missionary activities for Palladius, the first bishop of Ireland. After this time, the village originated as an ecclesiastical centre founded by St. Finian in 520AD. According to medieval records, it is believed that St. Finian was led by an angel to Clonard, between the kingdoms of Meath and Leinster, the place of his resurrection. The 19th century church of St Finian, built on a the 6th century monastic site, still stands to this day. As the area was on the boundary of both kingdoms, during a time of war and unsettlement, by the mid-ninth century it became the leading church of the Irish midlands. By the early 10th century, Clonard blossomed into a monastic town, with a round tower, a high cross, a stone church and a library, built by Bishop Colmán Mac Ailella.
  • In c.1177 the Lord of Meath, Hugh De Lacy constructed a motte and bailey fortification and it remains to this day a landmark in the village.
  • Location
  • Clonard is located in the south west of county Meath, 6 km east of Kinnegad and 15 km west of Enfield. The village developed along the former N4 National primary road connecting Dublin to Galway. The banks of the River Boyne rise in the area and the Clonard river to the rear of the property is a tributary of the River Boyne. In Clonard there are two pubs, the Monastery Inn bar and restaurant and Paddy's. There is also a local shop for everyday needs. The nearby town of Enfield provides for greater amenities and shopping conveniences. Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is also 34 minutes by car.
  • There is an abundance of excellent hotels and leisure amenities in the surrounding area which includes The Johnstown Estate and Spa and the Moyvalley Hotel and Golf Resort.
  • Bus Eireann and private bus companies operate a regular service connecting Mullingar and Dublin, which includes a stop at Clonard. The area is well serviced by both the M4 and M6 motorways. In the nearby town of Enfield (15 km), the railway station is on both the Dublin to Longford and also Dublin to Sligo services routes.
  • Sporting
  • The local GAA club is located in the village of Clonard, while there are also Mullingar and Edenderry Rugby Clubs, located in the nearby towns. A selection of challenging golf courses are conveniently situated, including Trim Golg Club, Mullingar Golf Club, Delvin Castle Golf Club and the Carton Hotel and Golf Club, while the keen huntsman has a choice of packs in the Meath, Kildare and Westmeath Hunts.
  • Schooling
  • St. Finian's National School is located centrally in the village. There is a good choice of both public and private secondary schools in the surrounding areas including Longwood, Trim and Kilcock.

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