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Hayestown Navan, County Meath , C15 F1H9

Asking price €369,000
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathroom 1
  • Size 5 acres²
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An attractive country property occupying a gorgeous location in the Boyne Valley

only 6kms from Navan.

Hayestown, Navan, Co. Meath.

C15 F1H9


An attractive small hobby farm also suited for equestrian purposes incorporating a spacious detached bungalow residence comprising 2 reception rooms, 3 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and utility room.

The property is set amidst mature easily maintained grounds, boasting a useful range of modern and more traditional out offices as well as a fine block of pastureland, contained within a ring fence with the benefit of good road frontage.


The property occupies an enviable position set in the spectacular Boyne Valley renowned for its legendary lush pastures, scenery and rich heritage only 6km from the thriving town of Navan, which affords an excellent choice of shopping, educational and recreation al facilities as well as quick and easy access to the capital via the M3 motorway. 

Further shopping facilities are available in the nearby Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley Shopping Centres.

Prospective purchasers who enjoy country pursuits will be spoilt for choice with horseracing available at the Navan and Fairyhouse while the Meath Foxhounds and Tara Harriers hunts meet regularly within easy boxing distance.  In addition, there are lovely walks along the River Boyne together with Navan Rugby Club, excellent GAA facilities as well as Tennis, Cricket and Soccer clubs all close at hand.

All viewings are strictly by appointment.  Ref Thomas Potterton 086 2569344 / 046 9431391.
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The accommodation briefly comprises as follows:


Sittingroom          3.6m x 3.4m                      having open fireplace.


Diningroom           3.9m x 3.6m                     

Bathroom              1.8m x 1.7m                      


Utility Room         2.16m x 1.7m                     with plumbing for automatic washing machine.


Kitchen                 5.3m 3.6m                        fully fitted.


Bedroom 1            4.3m x 3.5m                      with open fireplace.

Bedroom 2           3.2m x 3.5m         

Bedroom 3            3.2m x 2.7m        



The property is approached over a winding drive flanked by an extensive lawn leading to a rear yard.  The grounds contain numerous ornamental trees and shrubs.



The out offices very briefly comprise 3 Bay Hay Barn with lean to, Cow Byre, 3 Loose Boxes and an ancillary range of outoffices.



The lands are laid out in one division of permanent pasture and are of excellent quality suited to any type pf farming enterprise. In addition, the lands also benefit from considerable road frontage and there may well be an opportunity for a further site on the property subject to the necessary planning consent from Meath County Council.  



Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.



OFCH.  Private well water supply.  Drainage to septic tank.  Electricity. 



From Navan take the Boyne Road (signposted Beauparc L3400) for approximately 5kms.  Turn right and continue for a further 1.2 kms where the property can be found on the left hand side identified by the agents for sale board.  Eircode: C15 F1H9.

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BER No.: 111246518

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Explore Meath County Meath is rich in history and famous for many different reasons. It is the county where the High King of Ireland sat at the Hill of Tara. It is also home to Newgrange, a Neolithic site which pre-dates Stonehenge. It is where the famous book of kells, which resides in trinity college, comes... Explore Meath
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