Kilsharvan House, Kilsharvan, Bellewstown, Co. Meath

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Detached House
9 Bedrooms, 8 Bathrooms, Detached House

Contact Name: Pat O'Hagan

Agent: Savills Country Homes

PSR Licence Number: 002223

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Key Features

9-bedroom magnificent manor house
Renovated mill with banqueting hall and Kilsharvan Church
Gate lodge (2 bedrooms)
Outstanding grounds with formal lawns
Equestrian facilities including 14 loose boxes and two sand arenas
About 37 acres

Property Description

Lot 1 - Kilsharvan House (About 37.7 acres)
Kilsharvan House is a fine, two-story Regency Revival-style period house. From an elevated bank, it towers over the River Nanny. Accessed through an impressive, bell-mouthed stone wall entrance with piers and electric-gates, Kilsharvan House is approached along an attractive, sweeping driveway which leads to a gravel parking area at the front of the house. The tarmacadam driveway is flanked by stud fencing and lighting. There is access and further parking to the rear.

Kilsharvan House occupies a mature, private situation, with its front facing west and the principal reception rooms having a southerly aspect over the river. External features include a Doric portico with shallow bows to either side, white window surrounds and a hip roof. The house has been comprehensively renovated during the sellers€TMownership to transform one of the county€TM most historic houses into a sumptuous property fit for hosting lavish house parties and comfortable family living, in equal measure.

Internally, the light-filled accommodation is of generous and elegant proportions, laid out over two storeys. Upon entering the house, you are greeted with an aura of grandeur with period features in the reception hall which continue throughout the formal reception rooms and bedroom accommodation. With a flagstone floor, the hall is entered through double doors with stained glass above encrypted with Kilsharvan. The decorative cornicing and plasterwork are equally notable, while the bowed end wall with sweeping staircase is the key aspect of the room. A cosy library with bow window and built-in book shelves is accessed off. Also accessed from the reception hall is the drawing room with a dual aspect to the west (a bowed elevation) and south. The drawing room leads to a music room and perhaps the most spectacular room in the house, the dining room which can seat 20 guests. These rooms include period features such as decorative fireplaces, cornicing, picture rails, architraves, ceiling roses, sash and case windows, shutters and a hardwood floor in the dining room. They all benefit from a southerly aspect and therefore, ample natural light.

Given the era of the house, an unusual feature is the open plan L-shaped bright and modern family accommodation which includes a stove with brick surround, French windows, cornicing and extensive roof windows. A spiral stair leads to a gallery and the bedroom accommodation. The family room opens to the kitchen which is of contemporary design and has roof windows, a large marble island and a Stanley range cooker with an exposed brick surround. Accessed off the kitchen and to the rear of the house is a boiler room, utility room, laundry and porch.

An inner hall reconnects the family accommodation with the reception hall, off which, is a breakfast room (likely to have once been used by servants and including the former bell board).

An impressive landing with roof light leads to the principal bedroom accommodation which includes a master bedroom suite with dressing room and spacious bathroom, three further bedroom suites, a shower room and a TV room. As with the ground floor accommodation, the bedrooms have many features including, decorative fireplaces, cornicing, high ceilings, free standing baths and in particular, one of the bedroom suites completed with wood panelling to resemble a ship€TM cabin.

A two-storey wing lies to the north of the house and is accessed via the inner hall. It offers the potential for self-contained accommodation and a variety of uses. The present owners use the ground floor accommodation for offices, with supplementary bedroom accommodation on the first floor currently comprising five bedrooms (two en suite) and a bathroom.

There is a basement with various stores.

At the rear of the house is a garage and an enclosed cobbled courtyard.

Gardens & Grounds
The gardens and grounds of Kilsharvan House are a key feature of the estate and have been landscaped since early times. They form a beautiful parkland setting and include some outstanding specimen trees which provide colour as well as shelter and privacy. There are areas of lawn to the front and southern side of the house.

The River Nanny forms the southern boundary and combined with the mill race, creates a number of small islands on the estate. There is fishing on the river, which is managed by Duleek Anglers Club.

There is a useful network of tarmacadam and gravel paths passing through the estate.

This property was last updated: 2 days ago

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Selling Agent

Savills Country Homes
33 Molesworth Street Dublin 2

Contact Name: Pat O'Hagan

PSR Licence Number: 002223

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This Detached House located at Kilsharvan House, Kilsharvan, Bellewstown, Co. Meath is currently for sale. This property was last updated by Savills Country Homes 2 days ago. Kilsharvan House, Kilsharvan, Bellewstown, Co. Meath is priced as: €1,975,000 and has 9 Bedrooms, 8 Bathrooms. View all properties for sale in Bellewstown, Co. Meath. View properties for sale with 9 bedrooms in Bellewstown, Co. Meath.
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Kilsharvan House, Kilsharvan, Bellewstown, Co. Meath