Stunning 5 bedroom 2 kitchen property for sale in Drogheda Louth
10 Mount Saint Oliver
ireland . A92 XDD2
Finished to the highest of standards this beautiful property is set in a quiet area of Drogheda very close to all shops and amenities. it boasts 5 bedrooms 2 living rooms and two kitchens. it has large gardens front and back which are very private and allow for great expansion potential. 220 square meters of living space across the entire property
The location is yet another massive plus point for the property as it ticks both the boxes of being close to essential amenities in the nearby village but is also surrounded by a vast array of areas of outstanding natural beauty, including beaches, which are just a short drive away.
Drogheda is not only a wonderful area in itself, but is also a good base from which to discover the endless other wonders of this famous island, so renowned for its areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Wicklow Mountains, Cooley Peninsula and The Wild Atlantic Way. The iconic capital, Dublin, is less than an hour’s drive away.
Another huge draw for residents is the fact that Drogheda is a hotbed for sports and leisure activities with a vast array of excellent walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas nearby the property. There are also numerous GAA, soccer and Rugby clubs in the vicinity and for horse-racing fans there is the beautiful Navan, Bellewstown and Laytown racecourses, all less than 30 minutes away from the area.
Golf enthusiasts won’t be disappointed either as the area right next to many of the countries world-famous courses including County Louth Golf Club – Baltray and Laytown & Bettystown Links Golf Club.
The area is also very well-connected transport wise both locally, with excellent roads, rail and public transfer services, and internationally, with Dublin international Airport just 35 mins away, providing yet another massive plus point in the residential commuter contex
ABOUT THE AREA
There are a number of excellent schools in the area, while nearby Clogherhead, Seapoint and Baltray attract many visitors with their coasts and renowned golf courses and outdoor attractions. The nearby River Boyne is also world renowned for its fishing.
Louth is ireland’s smallest county, hence its moniker, the Wee County. in the 5th and 6th centuries, it was at the centre of ecclesiastical ireland, with wealthy religious communities at the monastery at Monasterboice and the Cistercian abbey at Mellifont. The 12th-century Norman invaders were responsible for the development of Dundalk and the two towns on opposite banks of the Boyne that united in 1412 to become what is now Drogheda, the county’s largest town.
in the north, the picturesque Cooley Peninsula is separated from County Armagh, Northern ireland, by the waters of Carlingford Lough, home to the lively little town of Carlingford, which retains its medieval architecture.
While Louth can easily be covered as a day trip from Dublin, you’ll get more from your visit by spending some time exploring the county.
Only 48km north of Dublin, Drogheda is a historic fortified town straddling the River Boyne. Stately old buildings, a handsome cathedral and a riveting museum provide plenty of cultural interest, while atmospheric pubs, fine restaurants, numerous sleeping options, and good transport links make it a handy base for exploring the region.
5 bed 2 bath end of terrace ( cul de sac ). BER Rating D.
5-bed house with outstanding development potential
This 5 bedroom property is positioned on a large site with additional access to the rear of the property.
Located in mature area mins walk from all amenities and transport links.
The house does require upgrade and modernization.
There are also four-car garages to the rear of the property for development.
An ideal investment for a potential developer or such.
* 5 bedrooms
* 2 Living Rooms 2 kitchens and 2 Bathrooms
* Private gardens
* Private car parking