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The Lodge, Cartenstown Delvin, County Westmeath , N91 H9P9

Guide price €339,950
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Size 163.9 m²
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A charming well appointed bungalow occupying an elevated setting in gorgeous grounds extending to almost 2 acres.

The Lodge, Cartenstown, Delvin, County Westmeath. N91 H9P9.

A spacious bungalow having a pretty façade, which was constructed in 2002 to the late owners own exacting standards and which was substantially upgraded in 2014 to include insulation of the walls and attic and redecoration, thus the house can be found to be in immaculate order throughout.  The Lodge occupies a fine elevated position commanding broad unspoilt views over the surrounding tranquil countryside and yet lies less than a kilometer off the N52, 3kms for the village of Delvin, which caters adequately for all the day to day shopping requirements with further excellent facilities in the nearby town of Mullingar only 17kms to the Southwest.

There is a good choice of schools and churches in the immediate vicinity and for prospective purchasers interested in country pursuits, the choice is wide with boating and fishing available on Lough Ennell, The Royal Canal (also a haven for walkers / cyclists along the recently opened Greenway).  Numerous GAA Clubs, Golf & Pitch & Putt Clubs, Mullingar Rugby Club as well as hunting with the Ballymacad’s, Tara Harriers, Meath Foxhounds all who meet regularly within easy boxing distance.  Horse racing is available at Navan, Kilbeggan and Fairyhouse.  Local popular tourist attractions include the monastic site of Fore Abbey, Loughcrew Passage Graves and Belvedere House and Gardens all within easy driving distance of the property.  

The Lodge is presented in excellent order and the sole selling agents highly recommend an early inspection.

All viewings are strictly by appointment only.  Ref Thomas Potterton 0862569344.
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Entrance Hall          having solid hall door with fan light above.  Built in cloaks cupboard and large airing cupboard.

Sittingroom                  5.10m x 4.21m             having attractive ceiling cornice.  Open fireplace. 

Kitchen / Dining area   5.81m x 5.1m                fully fitted with extensive range of kitchen units with granite worktops and oil fired stove on raised hearth.

Utility Room                 3.75m x 1.80m             having exterior door.  Tiled floor.  Fitted units with sink.

Conservatory                 3.83m x 3.68m            having french doors to garden.

Main Bedroom              4.87m x 3.92m            having built in wardrobes.

En-suite                                                           fully tiled, comprising electric shower, LLWC & pedestal WHB.

Bedroom 2                   4.16m x 3.83m             having built in wardrobes.

Bedroom 3                   4.17m x 3.70m             having built in wardrobes.

Bathroom                     3.00m x 2.09m            having pedestal WHB, LLWC and paneled bath.

the lodge, cartenstown, delvin, co. westmeath.

OUTSIDE:  The gardens and grounds are certainly a feature of this property extending to 1.8 acres or thereabouts comprising extensive rolling lawns interspersed with rockeries, ornamental trees and shrubs.

There is also a mature coppice to the rear of the property which apart from its amenity value provides great shade and shelter and privacy to the property.  The house is approached over an ascending tarmac drive leading to a large forecourt parking and turning area. 

Detached Garage accommodating the oil fired burner.


Quick and easy access to the M4.

Beautifully landscaped extensive grounds.

Solar panel / Oil fired central heating.

Deceptively spacious, well appointed accommodation.



Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.


Mains water.  Electricity. Alarm.  Broadband.  Drainage to Septic Tank.

DIRECTIONS:   Eircode: N91 H9P9.

From Delvin take the N52 towards Mullingar for 3kms.  Turn left (see agents directional sign) onto the L5517 and continue for a short distance whereupon the property can be found on the left hand side identified by the agents for sale board.



Strictly by appointment.  Contact:  Thomas Potterton 046 9431391.


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BER Rating:

BER No.: 106920309

Energy Performance Indicator: Not provided

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