- Address:Kearney House, Moynalty, Kells, Co. Meath
- GPS:53.80011, -6.86139
On 15 Acres - Kearney House is a most attractive small Georgian house which has been tastefully and sensitively restored in recent years under the guidance of a heritage Architect and with meticulous attention to detail.
- The house stands at the centre of the lands and is approached by a most attractive curving gravelled driveway enclosed on either side by perfectly maintained hedges. The elegant Georgian house sits in a mature setting with sweeping views over fine open farmland with Hill of Tara in the distance.
- Kearney House was built c. 1840 and remains practically unchanged in layout to the present time. The house faces South and was positioned to enjoy the sweeping views across the surrounding countryside. The setting of the house is very attractive and is set well back from a minor road giving privacy and seclusion.
- Located just 2.5km from the picturesque and charming village of Moynalty which stands on the Banks of the Borora River and has been completely unspoiled by development.
- Behind the elegant Georgian facade there is the classic layout of its period, with reception rooms either side of the main stair Hall and features including tall ceilings, timber sash windows, original working shutters and panelled doors and architraves. To the rear of the house is the Kitchen, Utility Room and Cloakroom. The house has been perfectly maintained and is presented in pristine condition.
- The double hall doors with limestone steps lead to the:-
- Entrance Hall 2.41m x 2.5m double glazed doors to:
- The Reception Hall 5.2m x 2m with an attractive staircase to the first floor.
- Study 3.5m x 2m beautifully fitted with solid Oak floor to ceiling bookcases with glazed doors.
- Morning Room 3.43m x 3.8m With original fireplace.
- Drawing room 5m x 4.2m With original black fireplace.
- Diningroom 4.2m x 4.2m
- The Reception Rooms all have original ceiling cornices and centrepieces and the walls have attractive timber panelling to dado rail level. Additionally the Hall and Reception Rooms are fitted with solid Oak Junker flooring with under floor heating.
- Kitchen 4.5m x 4m with a most attractive diamond patterned tiled floor, double Belfast sink fitted with antique brass mixer taps, fitted with solid timber wall & floor units, feature island and vaulted ceiling with exposed beam and velux lighting, gas range with extractor, fitted in alcove.
- Utility Plumbed for washing machine, dishwasher and tumble dryer.
- Bathroom With w.c., w.h.b., bath.
- On the first floor:
- Bedroom 1 5m x 4.5m With fireplace and en-suite bathroom with fully tiled shower, w.c., w.h.b.
- Bedroom 2 4.5m x 4.2m With fireplace and en-suite fitted with w.c., w.h.b., vanity unit and corner Triton T90si electric shower.
- Bedroom 3 4m x 2.3m With built in wardrobe.
- Bedroom 4 4.2m x 3.5m With fireplace.
- Bathroom 2.6m x 2.2m With tiled walls, w.c., w.h.b. and bath.
- All floors on the first floor are original pine and have been
- sanded and painted.
- The basement accommodates Wine Cellar and General Storage.
- Attractive two storey stone built barn provides useful storage and could be converted to an attractive cottage
- or guest suite.
- The small farmyard accommodates a useful cattle shed
- with cubicles and slatted floor – 75ft x 25ft and a hay barn (45ft x 25ft).
- The lands are laid out in grazing paddocks surrounding the residence and yard and are of exceptionally good quality providing prime grazing. The paddocks are nicely sheltered by mature hedges with some feature standard trees.
Map & Directions
From Dublin / Navan take the M3 Motorway to Junction 10. Exit for N52 Dundalk. At the next roundabout take the Junction for the R164 Kingscourt / Moynalty. Continue to Moynalty Village and entering the village turn right for Carlanstown. Almost immediately take the first left, continue to the junction, turn left and Kearney House is in view on the left hand side in an elevated position. Sat Nav Co-Ordinates: 53 ° 47.55.69 N 6 °51.37.27 W