Kilskyre Road, Clonmellon, C15 KT57
Kilskyre Road, Clonmellon, C15 KT57
BER No: 115373904
EPI: 324.42 kWh/m2/yr
The presentation of this property to the market offers an affordable, wholesome and characterful home on a large site (0.6 of an acre approx.) located in an edge of village setting, close to the M3 motorway and a minutes drive from the N52 national primary route. This property makes an ideal buy for first time buyers, those rurally based relocating to a more convenient village location or canny investment amongst other cohorts of likely potential interest.
Viewing recommended and by appointment through selling agent Quillsen.
Situated about 10 minutes drive southwest of Kells, adjacent to the M3 motorway, Clonmellon is close enough to both town and motorway for convenience, yet far enough away to immerse yourself in village living.
Clonmellon with its rural village charm and atmosphere allows you to experience and enjoy the best of country living with the great outdoors virtually on the doorstep, with village conveniences adjacent including shops, hostelries and primary school. A fortnightly Sunday farmers market takes place, in the Market Square providing a local social gathering as well as an opportunity to buy and try some of the very best wholesome local produce the area has to offer.
The picturesque village of Clonmellon with wide tree-lined Main Street, provides for all the typical facilities that one would expect for a centre of its kind to include national school, health centre, post office, credit union, food outlets, various shops and public houses as well a number of sporting facilities and recreation clubs. Football, hurling and soccer as well as a number of other sports are well provided for locally. A couple of minutes drive take you to Mellowes Family Fun Adventure and Childcare Centre. Golfing is superbly catered for in the area with golf courses at Headfort in Kells. There are several lakes nearby making the area ideal for those fond of fishing or water sports. Locally angling on the Stoneyford, Yellow Ford and Blackwater rivers is popular. The Ballymacads hunt the area. The nearby Loughcrew Hills which incorporate a complex of passage tombs are one of Irelands most magnificent and abounding archaeological landscapes, ideal for weekend exploration. Locally there is Girley Bog Walk, as is the areas chief headline attraction, Causey Farm, drawing visitors locally, nationally and worldwide. A little further away, in the opposite direction, is Mullaghmeen Forest known for having the largest planted beech forest in Europe - ideal for a trek with or without dogs.
Importantly Clonmellon, on the N52 road (Dundalk / Limerick route), is only about ten minutes drive from the M3 motorway, Kells and Athboy. Simplified by its convenience to the M3, commuting from Clonmellon to Dublin and connections elsewhere can be accomplished with relative ease. Blanchardstown by car can be easily achieved in forty-five minutes, similar to the connection to the M50. The towns of Athboy, Kells, Trim and Navan are 10km, 13km, 21km and 24km distant respectively with the Westmeath locations of Delvin and Mullingar being 8km and 28km distant respectively. Given its location close to arterial routes, some 350 metres from the N52, convenient to the M3 and with the M1, M2, M4 and M6 not too distance either, this property is likely ideal for those who transverse the country for a living.
With access to the M3, M4, M6, N51 and N52 routes convenient, the area is popular with Dublin commuters and those who transverse the country for work. Employees from the ICT, E-commerce and pharma sectors based around Blanchardstown / Damastown as well as ICTs based around Leixlip often choose Clonmellon as a place to call home, citing lifestyle, ease of commuting and affordability as the rational for their choice. Such companies include giants like Synopsys, IBM, PayPal, Symantec, Ebay, Paypal, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Alexion, Helsinn Birex, Hewlett-Packard and Intel with recent additions to include MSD (formerly Takeda and previously Shire), near Dunboyne and Facebooks data centre at Clonee.
The property is secured from the road by masonry wall and is approached through both vehicular and pedestrian entrances. The front garden is extensively brick paved and otherwise lawned. A bitumen surfaced driveway leads to the side and rear of the residence opening into a greater circulation and parking area. The rear garden is primarily laid in lawn. There are various outbuildings and sheds which could serve a multitude of uses. Beyond the rear garden, there is a paddock, ideal perhaps for those in search of the good life and those with green finger aspirations who are bound to have a field-day here, pardon the pun.
- Walking distance of village
- M3 motorway & Kells heritage town close by
- No chain sale - typically allows for swifter transaction
- Extensively extended cottage residence
- Exceptionally large main bedroom
- PVC double glazed window units and exterior doors
- Pitched tile roof
- Approx. 98 sq. metres otherwise c. 1 055 sq.ft.
- Site extends to circa 0.6 of an acre or thereabouts