Yellow Furze, Beauparc, Navan, Co. Meath

For Sale: € 229 950 (Detached)

2 59 sq.m

Property Description

Beautifully Presented, 2 Bed Extended Semi-Detached Stone Cottage On Spacious Site Of c. 0·4 Of An Acre.

Country Living in Village Setting with Local Services
Lovely Rural Location Only 3.6km to N2, 6km to Slane & 10km to Navan. Easy Access to the M2 & just 46km from Dublin City Centre.

Entrance Hall 1.13 x 2.44 + 0.83 x 0.38 Accessed from the side of the house through glazed aluminium door opening onto porcelain tiled floor with panelled wall detail.

Sitting Room 5.29 x 4.04 + 0.28 x 1.87 A fantastic sized, dual aspect room with wide plank bevelled edge laminate floor, panelled wall detail, down lights, TV point and glazed aluminium door to front. Feature fireplace with mahogany surround painted white, marble inset and hearth. Hosts attic entrance with stira which allows access to a large storage space that is partially floored.

Kitchen 2.67 x 3.36 + 2.14 x 0.34 Fitted with pine wall and floor units which are painted ivory, tiled floor and tiled splashback. Hosts hot press and is plumbed for washing machine. Extractor fan included in sale.

Master Bedroom 3.41 x 2.72 Located to the front of the residence, off the sitting room and fitted with sliderobes and laminate floor.

Bedroom 2 2.34 x 3.37 Positioned at the back of the house and accessed via the sitting room with laminate floor.

Shower Room 2.12 x 2.06 Fully tiled with window, downlights, wc, whb and shower cubicle with Triton T80i electric shower.

Additionally, there is a detached, useful outbuilding comprising of three adjoining sections; the largest extends to 2.23 x 7.41 with light, the second serves as a fuel store and measures 2.18 x 0.92 with the third being the boiler house 1.88 x 2.21 with light and socket. There would be potential to incorporate this space into the main residence.


The grounds extend to a very spacious 0.4 of an acre laid out at front, side and rear of the residence. Immediately to the front of the residence is a fully walled garden with two gated entrances one being pedestrian access that opens onto a concrete pathway to canopied porch and along the front of the house. The area is mainly comprised of lawn and hosts some low care shrubbery and flowers. A separate gated vehicular access opens onto a spacious gravel driveway that runs along the side of the house and around to the rear allowing ample car-parking and serving also as gravelled immediately off the house ideal for outside entertaining.

A small section of the full 0·4 acre is fenced off at the back of the house meaning the immediate grounds comprise the gravel drive and entertaining area previous mentioned and a lawn area with nicely stocked flowerbeds. Wooden archway covered in climbers provides access to the remainder being laid out in well maintained lawn with boundaries being natural hedgerow and fencing. Location, style and presentation sums up what this property is all about.


This warm and welcoming house is centrally located in the Yellow Furze area of Beauparc and is adjacent to the RC Church and National school, it is well presented throughout, it has many unique features which can only be fully appreciated on viewing. Located in the heart of the Boyne Valley with the Newgrange Heritage Centre nearby and great fishing opportunities along the River Boyne, it is hard to imagine a property so enveloped in beautiful countryside. Without having to travel to Navan Town, the Beauparc area boasts two shops and the local Post Office. All recreational facilities including Seneschalstown GAA pitch and Stackallen Tennis club are close at hand. On account of the close proximity to Navan Town, any amenities not immediate to the property are still readily available.

As though the enviable location which affords easy access to the towns of Navan and Drogheda and the expanding village of Slane were not enough, the property is 3.6km from the N2 and close to the M1 and M3 Motorways ensuring an easy commute to Dublin City.



Built c. 100 - 150 years ago the original section of the cottage is stone built under the rendering.

Oil fired central heating.

Wireless broadband available in area.

Re-plumbed and external walls internally insulated 2013

Double glazed windows.

Mains water and sewerage by septic tank.

BER Rating

BER Number: 101719755 Energy Performance Indicator: 344.49

Property Location

Address: Yellow Furze

Area: Beauparc Postal Area: Navan County: Co. Meath Eir Code: C15 H2T8
Directions (EIR Code C15 H2T8)
From Navan: (Route 1) Travel out the Boyne Road and continue past St. Mary’s Cemetery on your right. Continue for approx. 4 miles and on your left you will pass a Circle K Filling Station. One mile further turn right to Yellow Furze. The property is located on the left hand side, just before the school (which is on the right) and after the Church.
From Navan: (Route 2) Travel out the Kentstown road (R153) and turn left after Daly's B&B (Signposted Lisadell Equine Centre) travel up this road through Deanhill crossroads and at the next crossroads turn left. Continue down this road and the property is on the right just after the school.
From Dublin: Travel through Ashbourne and onto the N2 as though heading for Slane. Opposite ‘The Brink’; lorry stop with Esso petrol station, restaurant etc. turn left. Continue straight to the first crossroads and turn right. Continue on and the property is on the right just after the school.

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