Trim, C15FD00

4 Bed House

Asking price €695,000

4 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

BER rating D2
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PSR Licence: 001508

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Asking price €695,000








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  • All mains services are provided
  • Mains water and drainage
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Block built utility and toilet with Zanussi washing machine
  • Detached garage with up over and side doors
  • Lean-to shed / fuel store with wooden double doors
  • Outside tap
  • Outside lighting
  • P.V.C. oil tank
Located on an elevated site on one of Trim’s most historical roads, this graceful property which was built in 1974, exudes charm and character. It’s prime location provides uninterrupted views of the medieval ruins of Newtown Cathedral and Abbey. It is surrounded by historical sites including The Priory of St John the Baptist and St Peters bridge with 5 arches dating back to earlier than 15th century.
Adjacent is the beautiful Boyne River Walk in the Porchfields and within walking distance of a popular old local pub and coffee dock and a 5-minute walk to Knightsbrook Hotel Spa and Golf Club, this property is in the ideal location for all events.

From the roadside, the splayed entrance and elevated sweeping driveway give a hint of the view that is to be had from the top. This view is not only to be seen from outside, as the large picture window in the sitting room offers a breathtaking view of the medieval ruins below and reminds us of the history of the bygone days.

Standing on circa 0.25 hectares / 0.6 acres. The immaculate accommodation comprises of entrance hall, sitting room, living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms and bathroom, extends to approx. 124 sq.mts / 1335 sq.ft.
Outside the block-built utility area and WC, could with some careful thought, be incorporated into the residence to provide further living accommodation.
The detached block-built garage also could be easily converted to home office/gym etc.

This is a rare opportunity to acquire a charming property in such an outstanding historical setting within Trim's heritage and award-winning town.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the property and the amazing views. Entrance Porch  Tiled floor. P.V.C double glazed door.
Entrance Hall  Hardwood front door, built in cloak press, carpeted floor, coving and centre piece.
Sitting Room  Tiled fire surround with cast-iron Stanley solid fuel insert stove, tiled hearth, walnut laminate wood flooring, ceiling coving and centre piece, large picture window overlooking driveway, and Abbey ruins beyond.
Living Room  Tiled fire surround with black cast iron Stanley solid fuel stove, oak wood flooring, dual aspect windows, ceiling coving and centre piece.
Kitchen  White fitted wall and floor cupboard units with glass display cabinets, tiled over countertop, red Stanley oil fired range cooker, Belling free-standing double oven cooker with extractor fan over, Zanussi fridge freezer, vinyl covered floor, built in hot press with immersion heater.
Back hall  Vinyl covered floor, PVC double glazed door to rear garden.
Bedroom 1  Wall to wall fitted wardrobes with central dressing table unit with mirror, laminate wood flooring, sink unit.
Bedroom 2  Built-in 2 x door wardrobes, laminate wood flooring, wash hand basin.
Bedroom 3  Built-in wardrobes, laminate wood flooring, wash hand basin.
Bedroom 4  Built-in wardrobe, solid oak wood flooring.
Bathroom  Panelled bath, WC and wash hand basin, built-in shower unit with mains shower, part-tiled walls, vinyl covered floor.
OUTSIDE  Utility Room Block built opposite the back door of the residence, this useful building has a concrete floor, wall and floor cupboard unit and Zanussi washing machine, space for clothes dryer. Separate WC: Wash hand basin, WC and tiled floor
BER Number: 117491910
Energy Performance Indicator: 294 kWh/m²/yr

Trim (Irish: Baile Átha Troim) is situated on the River Boyne, and has a population of approximately 9,000. This charming, well planned town attracts a large number of visitors and has now developed a reputation as being the gourmet capital of the North East.  The town has a host of excellent hotels including Knightsbrook, Trim Castle and Castle Arch and has now established itself as a go-to location for dining out with a number of first class restaurants.  The town is noted for Trim Castle - the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland. Trim has won the prestigious Irish Tidy Towns Competition several times, including a Gold Medal in 2014, highlighting the strong sense of community.  There is a regular bus service to Blanchardstown and Dublin City.  Trim has excellent schools including five primary and two secondary schools.

BER Details

BER Rating: D2

BER No.: 117491910

Energy Performance Indicator: 294.0 kWh/m²/yr

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