—No. 14 Church Street: Joint Properties, One Lot—
We tell stories in order to live, they say, at least the novelist Joan Didion thought so.
And if that is so, then these two Church Street properties could likely tell a tale or two—the first home, no. 14 Church Street, and the second home immediately adjoining were both built in the late 1800s/early 1900s and both resonate with history and character.
Both homes come to the market together and are offered for sale as a package by the same owner. Both homes have 3 bedrooms, and 1 bathroom each and both homes have been lovingly cared for over the years. While currently self-contained, they were once interconnected. Crucially, both homes open out the back onto a picturesque courtyard (with side access onto the main street) which is overlooked by an old, stone-built storage shed—this building once operated as busy stables where horses were kept, watered and shoed for onward journeys. That sense of history, of place, of bygone times, still pervades.
But first the homes:
No. 14 Church Street, the first home, covers circa 1,582 square feet and is flooded with light. Walking in from the main street, you are met by an open plan living/dining/kitchen area which flows out the back through floor to ceiling glass sliding doors and out to the paved courtyard and former stables. Back inside and still downstairs, you will find an office space to the front, a primary bedroom to the back, a bathroom, WC and a utility room . Head upstairs to 2 more bedrooms and another light filled landing space, currently used as a music room.
No. 14, the first home, comes with a D1 energy rating, has broadband internet, and oil-fired central heating.
The second home covers circa 1,000 square feet and downstairs accommodation consists of a sitting room, an open plan kitchen/dining room, and a kitchenette/utility room. Go upstairs to find 3 good sized bedrooms and the main bathroom. This home comes with a G energy rating, has broadband internet too, and also has oil-fired central heating.
Like the first home, it too opens out to the paved courtyard, the old stables and then further back to more…
And it is the ‘more’ that makes this package of 2 properties truly special: out the back you will find much more green space, a large, landscaped garden, another harmonious patio area and best of all a huge blend of thriving trees and flowers. Apple trees, cherry trees, ginkgo biloba trees and laburnum trees—they all enrich this space. And they are enhanced by an abundance of flowers: rhododendrons, hydrangeas, irises and bamboo. Overall, this garden creates a harmonious and creative aura, one that sets these properties apart, and one that ensures you will love these homes and their surrounds.
Price quoted is the entire price for both properties.
Other key details include:
– Oil-fired central heating
– Mains water
– Mains sewerage
– Electric car charging point to rear of property
– Good internet speeds
– Side access available to rear of property.
– Eircode for no. 14 is A82 D272
– Eircode for adjoining home is A82 V078
Well located near major and minor urban areas as follows:
– access directly on to the main street
– 30km to Navan
– 13 km to Bailieborough
– 13 km to Carrickmacross.
– 80 km to Dublin.