Stunning residence on c. 20 acres.
Want a stunning home? Then South View Farm at Tullyweel, Kilmainhamwood in County Meath is the one. Stunning, not just because of its tasteful, elegant beauty-and not just because of its abundant space, nor its contemporary yet still classic décor-but because of its totality.
The whole is so much greater than the sum of its parts.
To start with, we have an expansive, modern, south-facing 4/5 bedroom home (with a B1 energy rating) covering c. 2,700 square feet (250 sqm) and looking out over rolling countryside and manicured lawns. And there is a detached garage to the rear as well.
Next, this home sits on c. 20 acres of good, superbly presented land, laid out in 5 divisions-which is easily accessible-off the main Kingscourt to Kells R164 public road-via a separate agricultural laneway (which itself is in excellent condition).
We are not done yet. Behind the house and garage, but set well back from them, are top class farm facilities in the form of a 5 bay slatted shed with a feed passage, creep area and cattle handling facilities. And beside the 5 bay slatted shed is a huge machinery shed with electric roller door.
The home, the land, the farm facilities and machinery shed are all in pristine condition, all are easily accessible, and all combine to make this the complete package.
Interested? Let’s take a look.
The approach to South View Farm strongly suggests at the quality on offer.
Drive through electric wrought iron gates, up the sweeping tarmac driveway, past cast iron avenue lights-and park where you wish, there is plenty of space.
Step inside this energy efficient B1 rated home to find 4/5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
Downstairs is a generous entrance hallway, with solid oak floors and a sizeable sitting room with stand alone stove which in turn opens out through double doors (also solid oak) into a light flooded dining and kitchen area. Covering almost 40 square metres (430 sq. ft.) this open, flowing space is perfect for entertaining and hosting large family gatherings. The southerly aspect, the white porcelain tiles, and the recessed lighting throughout, all ensure this is bright, airy, seamless living space.
In turn, the timeless elegance of the pippy oak kitchen with black granite counter tops, upstands, and breakfast bar provide both function and style-this space lets you cook while chatting with family and guests. Cooking comes via a high spec dark blue Aga Range with stainless steel trim.
Just off the kitchen/dining area you will find a generous sunroom which opens out through double doors to the back of this home.
Back inside, and still downstairs, are a fully equipped utility room (including more cooking options via an integrated electric oven); a stylish WC with vanity unit and sink as well as vertical towel radiator; a double bedroom with sliderobes and a sizeable ensuite wet room bathroom; and finally a good sized office/study which could easily be converted to a second downstairs bedroom if you wish (and which would bring the total bedroom number to 5).
Going up the solid oak stairs, you will find 3 more large bedrooms (2 of which have ensuite bathrooms) and 2 of which have sliderobes. The master bedroom-replete with inviting window seat-has a walk-in wardrobe, off of which is its own ensuite. The main bathroom also finished exceptionally, has a jacuzzi bathtub-perfect for end of day relaxation.
Go outside to find a large, detached garage with electric roller doors, electricity connection, and water filtration system-this home has its own well water supply.
This home also has a gas fired central heating system, but because of the installed Kingspan solar system you will rarely have to rely on gas to heat your water: the solar system takes care of that.
Serviced by a separate agricultural laneway, off the main Kingscourt/Kell R164 road, the house and sheds sit on circa 20 acres of good land in impeccable condition. Laid out in 5 divisions, the land is easily accessible, easily manageable, and would easily be an ideal starter farm or complement existing holdings. The land is used for grazing purposes.
Water is laid on by a private well, the farm is south facing, and has stock proof post and wire fencing.
The separate laneway access also give access to the 5 bay slatted shed, machinery shed and various outbuildings (including an old cottage).
FARM FACILITIES AND MACHINERY SHED
In pristine condition, built less than 10 years ago, the slatted shed and machinery shed are top quality, and well planned and built.
The galvanised 5 bay slatted shed has a wide feed passage, a creep area, and a cattle crush. To the rear is a concrete slab-idea for storage of round bales for example, or as a cattle holding area. The shed is serviced by both electricity and water.
Beside the slatted shed (to the east of it) is a huge machinery shed covering c. 2,400 square feet, with an electricity connection and electric roller door. Ideal for machinery, tools, a workshop, a home gym-the sheer size allows you get creative as to its uses.
Finally, there also several old stone outbuildings immediately west of the slatted shed. These include an old 3 roomed cottage, which is currently used for storage. These buildings all have potential for more.
Overall, this is a stunning holding, well placed, and in an excellent, accessible location.
Other key details include:
– Gas fired central heating
– Kingspan solar heating system (generating hot water independent of the GFCH)
– CCTV security system and fully alarmed
– Own well water with water filtration system
– Own waste wastewater treatment system
– Highly efficient B1 energy rating (with potential for upgrade to A rating, if minor upgrades are undertaken)
– Floored attic space.
Well located near major and minor urban areas as follows:
– 4.7 km to Kingscourt’s Main Street.
– 21 km to Kells.
– 31.8 km from Navan.
– 78 km to Dublin.