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3 The Old Station House,

Trim Road, Athboy, C15N7D3

2 Bed House

Sale agreed

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

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Sherry FitzGerald Royal

PSR Licence: 001508

Key Information

Price

Last listed at Asking price €219,000

Style

House

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

2

Heating

Oil

Status

Sale agreed

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Features

  • Original 1839 stone built part of station house with many original features still intact
  • Oil fired central heating
  • All mains services
  • Gated community with intercom in kitchen
  • Excellent bus service
  • Designated parking space with extra for visitors
  • Opposite original Darnley Park
  • South facing rear garden with sandstone paving and attractive wooden garden shed
  • Management company €700 per annum
  • Wired for alarm
  • Bin tidy area
This two bed property which is full of history is situated in an exclusive gated development in the former station house in Athboy. Located within minutes walk of the town with its shops, hotels, schools and many sporting clubs. The well maintained park and bus stop are just across the road.

The original station house property was built in 1838 and totally restored in 2010 to provide unique properties in a secure and private setting.
No 3 has still some of the original features intact, including working wooden window shutters, a flagstone on the floor of the sun terrace that once formed part of the platform, an overhead cast-iron truss that would have perhaps held the station name or clock and the guest WC, which was the former ticket office.

Entering through the front door and walking through the sun terrace, out to the sandstone paved back garden, there is surely a sense of the many clients who stood in that spot waiting on the on-coming train.

The charming accommodation includes, entrance hall, guest WC, open plan kitchen/living/dining, sun room, two bedrooms and bathroom.
The back garden is paved with sandstone, and surrounded by shrubs and trees. There is also a well maintained wooden garden shed.

Viewing of this historic property is highly recommended. Entrance Hall  Hardwood panelled front door, ceramic tiled floor, ceiling coving.
Guest WC - formerly the Ticket Office  WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor
Kitchen/dining/living  Cream fitted kitchen units with Zanussi electric oven and 4 ring ceramic hotb with fan over, under counter fridge, water filtration system, tiled over countertop, sink with filtered drinking tap, tiled floor, window with restored original wooden shutters, intercom for electric gates. Door into walk in storage area with sockets and space for chest freezer and clothes dryer.
Sun Terrace  Original exposed stone and brick walls with original cast-iron truss, tiled floor, glass doors and windows overlooking rear sandstone paved garden
Living area  solid oak flooring, window with restored original wooden shutters, opening with original large flagstone leading into
Landing  Carpeted stairway and landing with access to roof space, built-in hotpress with insulated hot water cyliner and immersion heater
Bedroom 1  Carpeted floor, fitted 3 x door cream wardrobe.
Bathroom  Wood panhelled bath with Mira Elite electric shower and showe door over, WC and wash hand basin, part tiled walls, tiled floor
Bedroom 2  Carpeted floor, built in 4 x door cream wardrobe, two windows with restored original wooden shutters

Athboy is a charming village in County Meath, located on the N51. The area is served by a number of amenities, including restaurants, pubs, schools, and even an optitians. Locals enjoy the privacy and tranquillity of the verdant countryside, while never far from modern day amenities and facilities. Aside from the convenient location, it is the beauty and vibrancy of the natural landscape that attracts buyers to the area.

Schools near 3 The Old Station House, Trim Road, Athboy, C15N7D3

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