Oak Lodge, Bellinter Bridge, Tara, Co Meath, C15 T2TV | Property for sale | Savills
2.60 Ac(1.05 Ha)
Guide price €800,000

Oak Lodge, Bellinter BridgeTara, Co Meath, C15 T2TV

    Key features

    • Unique riverside property
    • About 75 metres of river frontage
    • Private fishing rights included
    • Mature gardens and grounds
    • About 2.6 acres

    A charming and unique property in the heart of the Boyne Valley on the River Boyne with private fishing rights

    About this property

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      Built in c. 1960's Oak Lodge was originally built for use as a fishing lodge to compliment the nearby manor, Bellinter House. After a number of years living in the manor house, the now Bellinter House Hotel, the owner of Bellinter, Cecil Briscoe, moved to Oak Lodge and enjoy his retirement fishing on the adjoining River Boyne. His son George Briscoe, who became Master of the Tara Harriers, moved into Bellinter House.

      A historic reinforced concrete pillbox is located within the grounds of the property. A series of these were constructed at every bridge crossing along the River Boyne as a line of defence in 1940 during World War II.

      Oak Lodge is a unique riverside residence with a private situation overlooking the River Boyne.

      A gated electric entrance approaches a gravelled driveway which leads to a parking area to the front of the house. Upon entering the house, the hallway offers access to the main reception rooms including the dining room and living room. The entrance hall also offers access to the delightful and spacious kitchen/breakfast room which features fully fitted units and a Stanley cooker. French doors lead off the kitchen onto the terrace. The bedroom accommodation comprises of a master bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes, and three further bedrooms. Oak Lodge offers gracious living with the comforts of modern life, working from home at the property is well serviced by high speed fibre broadband. The accommodation extends to about 1825 sq ft / 169 sq m.

      There is a garden shed.

      Gardens & Grounds
      The scenic gardens and grounds are a particular feature of the property and provide both privacy and tranquillity. The boundaries are well defined with a vast variety of mature specimen trees including an imposing mature Oak tree, beech, copper beach, apples tree and also cherry blossoms at the entrance.

      The end of the garden offers full frontage onto the River Boyne which stretches to about 75 metres. A raised terrace area is ideally positioned to enjoy delightful views overlooking the river. Single bank private fishing rights are included with a good supply of trout and salmon on the River Boyne with single bank private fishing rights included. Further information available on request from the selling agents. The grounds extend in all to about 2.6 acres / 1 hectare.

      The Eircode is C15 T2TV.

      BER Number: 115014888

      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.

      Local Authority
      Meath County Council
      Buvinda House,
      Dublin Road,
      Co Meath
      C15 Y291

      T: +353 (046) 9097000
      E: customerservice@meathcoco.ie

      Mains electricity, mains water & private well, septic tank, high speed fibre broadband.

      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 may be submitted to the selling agents, Savills, 33 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
      Email address: country@savills.ie.

      BER Details - BER E2 - BER No.115014888

    Local information

    • County Meath is home to renowned attractions such as the Hill of Tara which is 4km distant and the megalithic burial tombs of Newgrange (Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site). There is a range of amenities in the locality including Bellinter House Hotel, an award winning Georgian country house hotel, spa and exclusive wedding venue which is beside Oak Lodge, and Dalgan Park, a five-acre parkland with woods and trails. There is also Bective Tea Rooms (3km), with Bective House due to be redeveloped as the luxury 5-star hotel Bective House Hotel.
    • With a private and peaceful setting beside Bellinter Bridge on the River Boyne, Oak Lodge is conveniently situated between the bustling county town of Navan (6 km) and Dunshaughlin (14 km) in the heart of County Meath. Navan benefits from excellent shopping and recreational amenities as well as first-rate transport services linking the town with the rest of the county and Dublin City. The town has several quality hotels, restaurants, boutique shops and many retail parks as well as the Navan Shopping Centre.
    • County Meath has a proud sporting history and offers a wide variety of quality sporting and recreational activities. Racing enthusiasts are easily catered for with Navan Racecourse and Fairyhouse Racecourse nearby. Both courses are well distinguished and host a multitude of events and race meetings throughout the year.
    • The area is also well served for golfers with the challenging course nearby at the Royal Tara Golf Club (2 km), the famous Jack Nicklaus-designed course at Killeen Castle (12.5 km) and also Headfort Golf Club (25 km).
    • There is a fine choice of schools in the area with a diverse range of primary and secondary schools available locally and a variety of exceptional private schools including Castleknock College, Mount Sackville, Eureka Secondary School and the Kings Hospital in close proximity.
    • The accessibility is a key feature with easy access to the M3 and the M1, making Dublin Airport easily accessible. A park and ride train service is also available from the M3 Parkway which serves a connection to Dublin City.

    Additional information

    • Directions: The Eircode is C15 T2TV.