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4B Kermon House, The Mall, Drogheda, County Louth , A92

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  • Bedroom 1
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 38 m²
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Bright west facing, 2nd floor, one bedroom apartment (38sqm approx.)

Kermon House is situated on the north side of the River Boyne along the quays.  The front of the building has a southerly aspect overlooking the River Boyne, and the apartment blocks are accessed via electronically controlled gates into a central courtyard setting.  Town centre, train and bus services, along with schools, churches, bars and restaurants are all within a few minutes walk of the this very centrally located complex.

Spacious one bedroom apartment with west facing balcony off living area. Overlooking courtyard and within strolling distance of town centre, Scotch Hall, and both bus and mainline rail station.  Kermon House was originally one of the iconic stone built docklands stores dotted along the quays overlooking the River Boyne.  These landmark buildings were renovated and re-purposed in the mid 1990’s under an urban regeneration scheme and now house a number of one, two and three bedroom apartments in several blocks surrounding an internal courtyard.


First floor apartment

Open plan living/kitchen/dining room

West facing balcony.

Secure gated development.


Entrance hall

Bathroom with electric shower

Living/dining room: 4.53m x 2.79m. Door to balcony.

Kitchen: 3.47m x 1.61m. Off living room. Plumbed for washing machine. Electric cooker. Tiled splashback.

Bedroom: 3.53m x 2.87m. Built in wardrobe.


Mains water/drainage

Electric heating

Lift access

16th April 2021 @ 11.30 – 12.30



Kermon House is situated on the north side of the River Boyne along The Mall.

BER details

BER Rating:

BER No.: 113014674

Energy Performance Indicator: 317.39 kWh/m²/yr

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PSRA Licence No: 003766

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