Stud-fenced paddock of about 4.2 acres with privacy
The Church Field, Kilsharvan, is a tree surrounded triangular shaped level field of about 4.2 acres, which has traditionally grazed horses stabled at Kilsharvan House, but would make a very large and private site for a home, subject to planning.
Located just off the R150, the main road linking Duleek with Julianstown and only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport via the M1 motorway offering convenient access without taking from the rural aspect.
It takes its name name from the picturesque 13th century ruined church and nearby cemetery, the rectangular graveyard defined by stone walls on four sides and entered through an old iron gate.
Kilsharvan, or Cill Searbháin, is dedicated to St John the Baptist, the bitter tongued one'. The church has been in ruins since 1641, and burials in the cemetery are very rare these days, as there are few remaining with family plots.
Kilsharvan Cemetery features in several war memorials, detailing the graves of Lt Col John McDonnell of Kilsharvan House, who was killed in action in September 1918 at Ypres, and his son Robert Edward McDonnell, who died of wounds received at Barce, North Africa, in 1941.
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