29 Castle Hill, Slane North County Dublin

Price : €265,000.00 (Region)
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms


If living in a spacious home in an idyllic village in the
historic Boyne Valley is not for you then look away now! This four-bedroomed
family home is located in a small development in the historic village of Slane
(Interesting fact – Slane is named for Slanus, a King of the legendary Fir
Bolg, said to be buried on Hill of Slane).

Explore inside:

From the hall you enter the sitting room, dining room and
kitchen, all spacious, well lit and newly decorated. Sitting and dining room are
linked by double doors. There is a guest WC built in under the stairs, and
access to the garage from an internal door.

Upstairs are four bedrooms, with the master ensuite (or three
bedrooms and a home office, if working-from-home away from the madness is your
new ambition)

Décor is clean and newly refreshed, but will definitely benefit
from some imaginative touches from the new owner.

Explore outside:

There is parking to the front, a side entrance and a tidy garden
to the rear, which overlooks farmland.

For those with sporting interests the Boyne Valley provides
excellent fishing, horse-riding, racing, golf, tennis, walking and canoeing.
Local clubs include GAA and tennis, and for those who are less sporty Slane
Library is right at the entrance to Castlehill.

The historical Newgrange site is less than ten minutes away by
car and it is only 20km to the coast where there are safe sandy beaches and
miles of dunes to walk. Dublin Airport is just 35 minutes away.

In Slane and its environs you will find an increasing number of
specialist food producers, small restaurants and craft workshops.

The bottom line:

A whole lot of house in an amazing location.


Oil fired radiator central heating

Newly decorated

Double glazed throughout

Garage to side

Ber:  D2

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01 490 2888

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