Parsonstown House, Batterstown, Dunboyne, Co Meath, A85 EF68
Parsonstown House, Batterstown, Dunboyne, Co Meath, A85 EF68
• Elegant period style residence on approx. 16.7 acres (6.75 ha)
• Beautifully appointed 4 bedroom home extending to approx. 3,659 sq.ft. (340 sq.m.)
• Private setting, well set back off the road and centrally positioned within the land
• Wonderful gardens with an abundance of mature plants and trees
• Separate garage suitable for home office or workshop
• Excellent Fibre Connection to the house with speeds of up to 1GB available
• Secure electric gated access with sweeping driveway
• Convenient location just 30 mins from Dublin city centre
Completed in 2003, Parsonstown House is an exceptional period style residence extending to approx. 3,659 sq.ft. (340 sq.m.) set amongst magnificent grounds and surrounded by approx. 16 .7acres (6.75 ha) of exceptional gardens and grassland.
This spectacular residence is approached through electric gates onto a long sweeping tree lined avenue and is bordered by an impressive collection of mature trees, plants and hedging. Beautifully maintained landscaped gardens and lawns surround the property to all sides.
Upon entering the spacious foyer, the tone is set for the accommodation throughout.. The ground floor includes three large reception rooms, all complete with hardwood oak floors and fireplace. A large traditional styled kitchen with hand painted solid wood doors and Aga cooker, along with a generous utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor.
The first-floor level is bright and spacious with a generous landing area overlooking the entrance foyer. All four bedrooms are double in size including the master suite which includes a fully fitted walk in wardrobe and stylish ensuite.
The lands, all in grass includes eight enclosures of amenity woodlands and surrounds the property on all sides, the permanent pasture is suitable for both bloodstock and livestock. Access to the land is off the main driveway before you access the house.
5.36m x 2.92m
Blue limestone porch leading to hallway, porcelain tiles, bespoke mahogany staircase, timber panelling, full height gallery ceiling, chandeliers and central vacuum system points.
Main Living Room
6.37m x 5.25m
Solid oak floor, light fitting, coving, integrated surround sound system, marble feature fireplace and TV points.
5.46m x 6.37m
Solid oak floor, coving, surround sound system speakers, curtains, Roman blind, TV point. Feature fireplace with marble surround and granite hearth.
6.84m x 4.32m
Solid oak floor, coving, light fitting, surround sound speakers, fireplace with wood surround and granite hearth, double door leading to kitchen and TV point. Two sets of double doors leading to garden.
5.2m x 7.9m
Ceramic tiled floor, coving, recessed lights, solid painted wall and floor units, cream four-oven Aga cooker, granite and solid wood worktops, double Belfast sink, Neff oven, Neff microwave and integrated fridge freezer.
2.1m x 2.54m
Ceramic tiled floor, door leading to back garden, door leading to living room.
2.14m x 2.3m
Ceramic tiled floor, wood panelling, w.c. & w.h.b., Venetian blind and coving.
2.37m x 4.28m
Ceramic tiled floor, wall and floor units, fully plumbed and Venetian blind.
4.23m x 2.1m
Attic access with Stira, recessed light and Velux window.
4.9m x 5.6m
Wooden floor, coving and TV point.
Walk in wardrobe
3.3m x 1.47m
Wooden floor, fully shelved and recessed lights.
3.25m x 2.64m
Fully tiled, w.c. & w.h.b. and shower.
3.8m x 2.0m
Fully tiled, w.c. & w.h.b., freestanding bath, shower, recessed light, Velux window, fitted mirror and coving.
6.7m x 496m
Wooden floor, coving, recessed light, TV point and wall lights.
2.14m x 3.32m
Fully tiled, w.c. & w.h.b., shower and large chrome heated towel rail.
5.61m x 4.13m
Wooden floor and coving.
3.76m x 5.28m
Wooden floor, coving, fitted wardrobe and TV point.
The land which forms a stunning setting for the house is in permanent pasture, and is suitable for bloodstock and livestock. There are eight enclosures of amenity woodland with over 70 trees includ-ing chestnut, beech, lime, oak, ash, pine, whitebeam, and maple.
The lands are adjacent to the former Batterstown train station, which was on the Dublin to Navan train line. It opened in 1863 and closed in 1963.
The Ward Union Hunt and the Meath Hunt are the local hunting packs.
The house is accessed via electric gates set into a limestone wall with entrance piers. The house and gardens are bordered by 400m of stud railing and the garden contains over 130 trees, including oak, lime, tulip, chestnut, birch, beech, ash, maple, pine, hornbeam and cedar.
The hedging includes beech, boxwood, red and golden dogwood. The house benefits from stunning views over gardens and the verdant parkland setting.
Excellent location, in the Co. Meath countryside but with easy access to Dublin Airport and City Centre.
The house is located a 12-minute drive from the M3 Parkway park and ride train station, which has a Monday to Friday peak time direct service to Dublin Docklands Station.
• 3-minute drive to the award winning Caffrey’s Bar-Restaurant in Batterstown
• 10-minute drive to Avoca, Dunboyne
• 16-minute drive to M50 Junction 6
• 30-minute drive to Dublin Airport
• 28km from Dublin city centre
8.2m x 8.46m
Laminate floor, recessed lights, fully wired and insulated, sash windows and Venetian blinds.
Internal area approx. 3,659 sq.ft. (340 sq.m.)
Blue honed Kilkenny limestone window sills, pillars and canopy
Blue Bangor slate
Well-proportioned front façade
Professionally landscaped extensive gardens
Classic cream four-oven Aga cooker
Broadband speeds of up to 1GB available
Bespoke mahogany staircase by McNally Joinery
Hardwood oak floors
Hand-painted kitchen units by Newcastle Design
Surround sound system throughout house
Internal vacuum system
High ceilings throughout
Double hung sash windows by McNally Joinery
PVC facia and soffits
The first floor level has a concrete floor
Oil fired central heating
Septic tank – biocycle
Items Included in sale
Fridge freezer, hob, extractor fan, Aga cooker, microwave, light fittings incl. chandeliers, curtains and blinds.
By prior appointment at any reasonable hour.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.