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80 Ac(32.37 Ha)
Guide price €2,400,000(£2,117,011)

Kilsharvan Estate, BellewstownDrogheda, Co Meath, A92X4KN


    Key features

    • 9-bedroom magnificent manor house
    • Renovated mill with banqueting hall and Kilsharvan Church
    • Gate lodge (2 bedrooms)
    • Outstanding grounds with formal lawns
    • Equestrian facilities including 14 loose boxes and 2 sand arenas
    • For sale in 6 lots or as a whole
    • About 80 acres in total

    Spectacular country estate renovated for 21st century living and with a convenient situation

    About this property

    • Kilsharvan is a wonderful residential and equestrian estate extending to about 80 acres in total. At the heart of the estate is a magnificent manor house which is equally suited for family living and for hosting wonderful house parties, with guests able to enjoy the spectacular countryside on the banks of the River Nanny. A key feature of the estate is the extent and range of traditional outbuildings and the opportunities that they offer (subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents), including a quaint church and a former mill which has been extensively renovated to presently serve as a banqueting hall. The equestrian facilities are centered upon a charming traditional range of farm buildings. There is a characterful, period gate lodge, while the grounds are a combination of productive farmland and mature woods.

      A detached, two-storey house of traditional construction and with four bedrooms is owned but excluded from the sale. It is known as The Grange.

      The estate is available for sale as a whole or in six lots as follows:

      Lot 1 - Kilsharvan House

      About 37.7 acres (15.2 hectares)

      Lot 2 - West Field

      About 4.2 acres (1.7 hectares)

      Lot 3 - Woodland Paddock

      About 0.5 acre (0.20 hectare)

      Lot 4 - Farmland South

      About 25.9 acres (10.5 hectares)

      Lot 5 - East Field

      About 5.0 acres (2.0 hectares)

      Lot 6 - North Enclosure

      About 6.7 acres (2.7 hectares)

      Whole - About 80 acres / 32 hectares

      For more information, please download the brochure or contact the selling agents.

      BER Details - BER Exempt

    Local information

    • Kilsharvan House is located in the Royal County of Meath in the North East of Ireland. County Meath is internationally famed for its heritage, ancient history and excellent amenities on its doorstep. The nearby villages of Duleek (5 km) and Julianstown (5 km) offer local amenities with the nearest town to Kilsharvan House being Drogheda (8 km), one of Ireland's oldest medieval towns. Drogheda has several quality hotels, restaurants, boutique shops and two shopping centres. It is one of the country's largest towns and has seen significant growth in recent times due to its proximity to Dublin City. Drogheda also has the benefit of commuter rail and bus services to Dublin.
    • There is convenient access to the M1, with Junction 7 situated 6 km to the south, connecting Belfast to Dublin. Dublin Airport is 37 km to the south, while the M50 is 40 km distant.
    • The property is in the vicinity of the internationally renowned Boyne Valley which is host to Brú na Bóinne, a Unesco World Heritage site with tombs at Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth attracting thousands of tourists annually.
    • There are wonderful walks in the area along the beaches and the River Boyne where a walkway has been created between Drogheda and Navan. The North East has a stunning coastline and there is a long sandy beach running from Gormanstown to Mornington. Laytown Strand is 7 km distant.
    • County Meath has a proud sporting history and offers a huge array of quality sporting and recreational activities. The keen golfer is well catered for with a choice of superb courses within the county. The County Louth Golf Club at Baltray hosted the Irish Open in 2005 and 2009. Bellewstown Golf Club is 4 km distant, while there are links courses at Bettystown (12 km) and Baltray (14 km).
    • Horse racing takes place close by in Bellewstown (3 km), which is one of the oldest race courses in Ireland and meets are held twice each summer. Laytown Racecourse is a horse racing venue on the beach at Laytown. It is unique in the racing calendar, as the only race event run on a beach under the rules of the Turf Club, since it was first staged in 1868. Other races are held at Navan (28 km) and at Dundalk (50 km) where the stadium also hosts greyhound racing. The keen huntsman has a choice of packs in the Louth and Meath Foxhounds, the Fingal Harriers and the Ward Union.
    • Numerous primary and secondary schools serve the area. Secondary education is available in Drogheda Grammar School and Gormanston College, as well as several excellent secondary schools in in Drogheda, Balbriggan and Navan.

    Additional information

    • Directions: The Eircode for Kilsharvan House is A92 X4KN.