Knockboyne House, Dublin Road, Navan, Co. Meath

  • 367 m²

  • 6 beds

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Sale Type: For Sale by Private Treaty
Overall Floor Area: 367m2



The existing house comprises a Victorian two storey residence with landscaped gardens and wooded area. It offers considerable accommodation accessed by front granite steps to the double front door leading to an impressive hallway with 6 reception rooms, wc and large WC while the lower ground floor oers 6 bedrooms, store and wc.

To the rear of the house there is a further store and boiler house and there are extensive landscaped gardens oering potential for re-development.

The site is almost regular in shape and benefits from an entrance directly from the Dublin Road but also has a separate entrance on the return frontage on Springfield Glen.

The property is secure with stone walls and iron railings on the perimeter along the main Navan /
Dublin road and side road to Limekiln Hill housing estate.

The entire site is approx. 1.6 ha (3.95 acres).

Lot 1: Residence on approx 1.24 ha with entrance from Dublin Road
Lot 2: Site of approx 0.36 ha with entrance from Springfield Glen
Lot 2: Entire


The property is located on the western side of the Dublin Road (R147) and has return frontage to Springfield Glen just to the south of Navan Town Centre and 500m from the access road to the M3
motorway. Navan is approx. 60km northwest of Dublin City.

It is the county town of County Meath. In 2016, the town and its environs had a population of 30,173 making it the 5th largest town, and 10th largest urban settlement, in Ireland. Navan is situated along the River Boyne at the confluence of the Blackwater and the Boyne.

It is served by the M3, N3 and N51 national roads as well as various regional roads.

The quality and abundance of natural heritage provides high amenity value serving as a excellent
setting for the town. Navan is a main service centre, providing for the town€TM population and
a large hinterland. Navan had rapidly expanded to become a large dormitory town due to its
proximity to Dublin.

The period from 1996 to 2011 saw unprecedented growth in the town which was amongst the highest experienced by any urban centre in the country. There are a number of major employers in Navan
including the Courts Service, the Health Service Executive, Navan Hospital, Probation Service, the
Garda Civilian Human Resources Directorate, the Coroner€TM Service Implementation Team, Revenue Commissioners and the Property Services Regulatory Authority. Tara Mines is located just o the Kells Road.

In addition, other major facilities in the town include educational and recreational and various new residential estates. Navan has a large shopping centre as well as many shops along the main street which attracts many customers. The shopping centre has internationally known shops such as Pennys, River Island, New Look, Tesco supermarket, Boots and many others. There is an abundance of sports clubs, Our Lady€TM Hospital, Ardboyne Hotel and Navan Race Course.


The property is situated in an area that is zoned R2 – existing Residential €oeo protect and enhance the amenity of developed residential communities under the Navan Development Plan 2009 – 2015.


Freehold within the Electoral Division of Navan Rural, Barony of Navan Lower and being the property
comprised in folio 36758F of the Register of County Meath.


Knockboyne House, Dublin Road, Navan, Co. Meath

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