A FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A DETACHED RESIDENCE SET ON CIRCA 0.7 ACRES (0.29 HECTARES APPROX.), TOGETHER WITH OUT-BUILDINGS SET IN A HIGHLY CONVENIENT LOCATION CLOSE TO SUMMERHILL, MOYNALVEY, GRANGE AND DUNBOYNE.
Detached bungalow set on circa 0.7 of an acre site offering both superb value for money and a tremendous opportunity for the savvy buyer who is not afraid of a project.There is ample room for poultry, a ploughed patch or a polytunnel. Those in search of the good life and those with green finger aspirations will have a field-day, pardon the pun. One could give the idea of establishing a small organic hobby enterprise here consideration and so too it is ideal for those in search of the good life and who wish to be self-sufficient.
The subject property fronts a local or country road (L2210) and is located between Moynalvey and the picturesque village of Summerhill, both about 3km or thereabouts equidistant. Summerhill is a designated heritage village located at the intersection of the R156 and R158 regional roads.
As well as shops, public houses, health centre and other local services that the village offers, local attractions include Summerhill Golf Course, Dangan Castle, Lynch`s Castle, Summerhill Wood, Summerhill Community Centre which has two indoor squash courts, a bowls room and offices with wheelchair assess, a large indoor sports hall, a number of sand-based tennis courts, an outdoor basketball court, a playground and an outdoor gym, as well as a bar.
Moynalvey is largely characterised by Fagan`s public house, known locally as Scut`s, with its distinctive galvanized roof, being a popular hostelry, where many a yarn was spun, storey told and song sung. A quarter of a kilometre beyond Fagan`s lies Moynalvey RC Church and a further 450 metres on is the location of Scoil Mhuire, Moynalvey National School. A further 1km, up the R156, is Moynalvey GFC, home to local GAA codes.
Cloneymeath is located in rich lush Boyne Valley countryside, yet it is conveniently positioned between the towns of Trim, Maynooth and Dunboyne. Having easy access to the M3 and M4 motorways for those commuting to Dublin, Cloneymeath is conveniently set some 12km from the heritage town of Trim, 17km from the university town of Maynooth and some 19km from Dunboyne.
Trim is a tourist hotspot within County Meath. Trim Castle, a most majestic sight in the centre of this pretty town, is the largest existing Norman Castle in Europe. One can enjoy the Slí na Sláinte walking trail which starts at the Castle on the Boyne, routes along the Porchfields passing by the monuments at Newtown, returning along the Dublin Road and capturing magnificent sights and views of other landmarks along the way. The university town of Maynooth needs no introduction. Dunboyne, with trainline, is a popular hub that routes back to Dublin. Between the three towns, they provide for an extensive range of hospitality, recreational, educational and general services, and importantly support a wide range of indigenous retail outlets together with many of the multiples, SuperValu, Aldi, Dunnes, Lidl and Tesco. This offering is bolstered by a further extensive schedule of retailers located at the Blanchardstown Centre, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre and Navan Town Centre.
Further golf courses locally based include those at Killeen Castle, Black Bush and Kilcock together with a choice at Trim, Knightsbrook, County Meath and South Meath. The Hill of Tara is not far either, providing a healthy climb. The Meath`s hunt the area, with Scuts occasionally providing a meeting point. Fairyhouse and Tattersalls are only twenty minutes` drive.
Teagasc Grange 5km
Maynooth University Town 17km
R156 (Dunboyne / nr. Mullingar Rd.) 2km
R158 (Kilcock/Trim Rd.) 2.5km
R154 (nr. Clonee / Trim Rd.) 5km
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