'Cherry Lodge’, Boyne Road, Navan, Co. Meath.

Sale Agreed: € 395 000 (Detached)

4 2 142 sq.m

Property Description

Impressive Four Bedroom Detached Residence On Approx. 0.44 Acres of Landscaped Grounds, With Superb Views of the Boyne Valley.
Prestigious Location Within Walking Distance of Town, Easy Access to Dublin via R147, M3 Motorway & N2
ACCOMMODATION  GIA measures 142.09m2 (1,529ft2) excluding garage;    
Entrance Hall 3.79 x 2.42  PVC glazed doors to both the front and rear of the property, glazed walls and intercom.  Corridor  1 x 1.41 + 0.96 x 4.11 + 0.97 x 4.34  Attic entrance with staighre, hot press. Guest WC 2.13 x 1.4 Window, wc, whb with tiled splashback.
Sitting Room  4.24 x 6.68 + 1.72 x 0.47  Feature fireplace with mahogany fireplace, cast iron tiled inset and granite heart. Fitted with TV and phone point, suite of furniture (pictured below) is included in sale, , ½ glazed door to entrance hall.
Kitchen cum Dining Room 3.09 x 2.7 + 1.08 x 3.72  Part T&G painted ceiling, shaker style wall & floor units with granite effect work tops and splashback. Semi solid Maple floor, gas fire off tank and dimmer switch. Electrolux eye level oven, 4 ring hob, Beiling extractor fan, Bosch dishwasher and Hot Point fridge freezer – all included in sale. Dimmer switch, TV and phone point, two ⅔ glazed doors, one leading to hall and the other leading onto garden. 
Master Bedroom 3.70 x 4.41  Situated at the rear of the property, fitted with coving, built in wardrobe, TV and phone point.
Bedroom 2 5.12 x 2.78 + 0.49 x 0.48 Located to the front of the property this well sized bedroom is fitted with wall lights, shelving, a bult in wardrobe with oak doors, TV point and solid maple floor.
Bedroom 3 3.11 x 3.83 At the rear of the property with a built in wardrobe and painted ceiling.
Bedroom 4 3.65 x 2.73  Found beside the back patio, fitted with built in wardrobe.
Bathroom 3.73 x 2.72  Good size bathroom fitted with window, wc, whb, bidet, bath with shower attachment, electric Triton t90z with a tiled splashback cubicle, ½ tiled walls dado walls, heated towel rail and wall lighting.
Garage 6.43 x 6.12  Attached double garage with two vehicular doors to the front, window and wooden pedestrian door to the rear.
The overall site size is 0.44 acres. Hidden from the road, you enter through an electric gate with tarmac driveway providing ample space for car parking. Either side of the driveway are kerbed lawn areas surrounded by mature trees and hedge. The rear garden is primarily laid out in lawn, with mature hedges to both sides and stud and post fencing to the rear allowing uninterrupted views of the rolling countryside and down to the River Boyne.  One paved patio area, pathway to barbecue area, garden shed and outside tap complete this space.
The location can neither be described as urban nor completely rural and as such this address enjoys the best of both worlds.  Located approximately 1.6km from Navan Town Centre and closeby to Johnstown Village the property is within easy distance of a wide variety of amenities and facilities.  For the necessary services there are several pre-, primary and secondary schools together with healthcare facilities including Our Lady’s Hospital.  A complete spectrum of retailers both local and national are on offer and there is a host of recreational choices; a wide choice of sporting facilities, 6 screen Cineplex, restaurants, pubs, Solstice Arts Centre and much more.
For those with an interest in history and/or walking for leisure you are spoiled for choice from this address;- the Rivers Boyne and Blackwater, Seven arch railway viaduct over river constructed circa1849 of rock faced rusticated limestone, the ruins of ‘Athlumney Castle’ a part Norman/part Tudor castle, old Athlumney Church with graveyard and your nearest and perhaps most interesting walking amenity – ‘The Ramparts’, a local beauty spot affording walks along the old Boyne Canal.  The canal was built circa 1759 and abandoned in 1923 as an economic failure, what remains today is a walking route which begins where the Blackwater & Boyne Rivers meet and continues for approximately 8km as far as Stackallen with some stunning scenic views, interesting architecture and a wide variety of wildlife to watch.  With such picturesque surroundings the property has a true feel of country living within easy reach of Navan town.
Readily accessible to Dublin being situated moments from the N2, R147 (former N3), and in turn the M3 Motorway interchange is within a 10 minute drive.  For those who travel by public transport CIE provide an excellent commuter service between Navan Town & Dublin City Centre with buses running at 15 minute intervals during peak times and every 30 minutes for much of the remainder of the day.
From Dublin take the M3 to Navan exiting at Junction 8.  Travel to the roundabout and take the 1st exit off.  Continue to the 3rd set of traffic lights turn right, at the Y in road keep left. Travel out this road for approximately 1.4 kilometres. The property is located on the left hand side.


Carpets, curtains, blinds, light fittings, above mentioned appliances and suite included in sale.

Oil heating with gas fire from cylinder.

Converted attic – ceiling and attic insulated.

Fibre broadband.

Double glazed windows throughout property.

Mains Water & Sewerage

PVC fascia, soffits and gutters.

BER Rating

BER Number: 109632778 Energy Performance Indicator: 265.70

Property Location

Address: 'Cherrywood', Boyne Road

Area: Navan County: Co. Meath Eir Code: C15 E3C6

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