Stay in our centrally located family home - walking distance to town and historical sights!

Stay in our centrally located family home - walking distance to town and historical sights!




May 2008

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
4 Bathrooms

About our home

This breathtaking 4 bedroom detached property is situated in a unique development comprising of only eight houses. The downstairs of the property offers a large luxury kitchen, featuring a centre island and granite tops. The kitchen opens out into a large dining room. Glass double doors open out onto a large north facing wrap around deck which boasts a spectacular mountain view and gets sunlight all day long. There is also a large family room and a large t.v. room/childrens den. Upstairs there are four large sized bedrooms, two with ensuite bathrooms. There is also a large family bathroom. There is a large front and back lawn.

This is a very quiet neighborhood hidden down a country lane yet is less than a five minute walk to the town. There are fantastic views and lots of young families and it is situated a mile and a half from the famous Cabra Castle which stands on 88 acres of superb gardens and parklands, including its own 9-hole golf course. The vibrant town of Kingscourt is under 50 miles from Dublin City Centre and could be described as the jewel of the north east. Perched high in the Drumlin landscape which stretches from Dundalk to Sligo, it surveys an area of utterly unique and outstanding natural beauty. Kingscourt retains the essence of rural life by way of a close knit community and is situated on the border of the three counties of Meath, Louth and Monaghan and for this reason it is spoilt for choice with regards to shops and entertainment. For the sporting enthusiasts, Kingscourt has unrivalled facilities and clubs for numerous sports including handball, racketball, soccer, athletics, golf, tennis, badminton, boxing, horse riding and various water sports. Nature lovers will be bowled over by what is on their doorstep as Kingscourt boasts 565 acres of forest park (Dun A Ri) - full of romantic walks through deep leafy glades with interesting features such as Cromwell's Bridge, Holy Well and the Ice House. Hill walkers will be able to take in four different counties within a matter of hours along with numerous historical forts, densely forested areas, local lakes, rivers and stunning panoramic views from Lough an Lea Mountain that stretch to the Mourne Mountains, the Irish Sea and beyond. The county of Cavan is also described as the Lake District of Ireland and the townlands surrounding Kingscourt have their fair share to choose from. Both Ervey and Corrawaddy Lakes are among the favourites for fishing locations for locals and tourists alike.
This is truly a tranquil haven away from all the stresses and strains of modern living!

We are an Irish professional couple. I am a school teacher and my husband is a chemist. We have lived in the United States for many years but now we are living in my home town (I was born and raised here!) We have two children, a boy aged 2 and a boy aged 2 months! We like to travel. We like to socialise and entertain in our home. We like to read and our home is full of books!


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