1 Boyne View is an impressive two storey stone built period property dating from c.1800’s which exudes old world charm and character. While requiring some upgrades internally, the house offers great renovation potential with the property set on an elevated site enjoying superb views of the River Boyne and the surrounding countryside.
The layout of the accommodation is well proportioned with spacious rooms suitable for family living. Entering into a spacious entrance hallway, this offers access to the main reception rooms which includes a living room to the left and a sitting room to the right. Continuing through the hallway is a generous open plan kitchen/dining room. There is also a utility and WC on the ground floor.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms (three are ensuite) and a bathroom. The accommodation extends to about 200 sq m / 2,152 sq ft.
Outside there are a range of outbuildings including an integral garage, two general storage sheds and a large stone cut building which offers further potential (S.P.P).
Gardens and Grounds
A stone wall entrance opens onto a tarmac driveway which provides ample off-street parking. The landscaped gardens are neatly laid out surrounding the house. There is a defined boundary around the perimeter of the property.
1 Boyne View is listed on the record of protected structures. Ref: 14315056.
1 Boyne View is located in the heart of the Boyne Valley in the ‘Royal County’ of Meath. The surrounding area is home to renowned attractions such as the Hill of Tara, the famous megalithic burial tombs of Newgrange (Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site), Francis Ledwidge Museum and the famous Battle of the Boyne Site. Located in the historic village of Slane the local amenities on offer include grocery and boutique shops, Georges Patisserie coffee shop and Hugo’s Farm Shop. Fine dining is available at Cunningham Arms Hotel, Inside Out and the world famous, Slane Castle.
Navan (13 km) is the county town and administrative capital of County Meath as well as being the fifth largest town in Ireland and 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.
Further shopping and amenities can be found in Drogheda (14 km) . The town has a number of quality hotels, restaurants, boutique shops and two large shopping centres, Scotch Hall Shopping Centre and Lawrence Shopping Centre. There is also Drogheda Train Station which offers a direct route to Connolly Station and Dublin City Centre.
County Meath has a proud sporting history and can offer a wide variety of quality sporting and recreational activities. Racing enthusiasts are easily catered for with Navan Racecourse (12.5 km) and Fairyhouse Racecourse (30 km) nearby. Both courses are well distinguished and host a multitude of events and race meetings throughout the year. In addition to offering all the benefits of true country living, the property is just 39 km from the M50 and 47 km from Dublin Airport making the area popular with commuters. A key feature of the property is its accessibility to the major road networks including the nearby N2 and the M1 (10.5 km), while there is a direct bus service from Slane to Dublin City Centre which will appeal to commuters.
St Patricks National School is located in Slane village, while there is good choice of secondary schools in both Navan and Drogheda.