Louth, County Louth

SGD $2.094.068

EUR €1.300.000

  • 4
  • 3,229.20 sq ft
ID Properti: 120066512006
Louth, County Louth, Alamat tersedia berdasarkan permintaan


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Details:- Magnificent Newly Built 4 Bedroom House, Termonfeckin, Drogheda, Louth, ireland

Euroresales Property iD - 9826254


Nova House



County Louth,



With its welcoming atmosphere, beautiful natural scenery and historic landmarks, ireland continues to be one of the most desirable places across Europe to live. On offer here is a unique opportunity for someone to make a smart investment into this mesmerising part of the world with this amazing new property.

Located just outside the picturesque village of Termonfeckin, the house, known as Nova House, features 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, modern design throughout, two sitting rooms, play room, open plan kitchen/dining room, down stairs powder room, utility room, main bathroom upstairs and en-suite in master bedroom, security entrance gates, security cameras, parking, entertainment room and a beautiful private garden area. With 14 rooms in total, this house offers potential owners plenty of room to be creative and put their own unique influence on the place.

The location is yet another massive plus point for the property as it ticks both the boxes of being close to essential amenities in the nearby village but is also surrounded by a vast array of areas of outstanding natural beauty, including beaches, which are just a short drive away.

Drogheda is not only a wonderful area in itself, but is also a good base from which to discover the endless other wonders of this famous island, so renowned for its areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Wicklow Mountains, Cooley Peninsula and The Wild Atlantic Way. The iconic capital, Dublin, is also just one hour away.

Another huge draw for residents is the fact that Drogheda is a hotbed for sports and leisure activities with a vast array of excellent walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas nearby the property. There are also numerous GAA, soccer and Rugby clubs in the vicinity and for horse-racing fans there is the beautiful Navan, Bellewstown and Laytown racecourses, all less than 30 minutes away from the area.

Golf enthusiasts won't be disappointed either as the area right next to many of the countries world-famous courses including County Louth Golf Club - Baltray (just 3 miles away) and Laytown & Bettystown Links Golf Club (10 miles away).

The area is also very well-connected transport wise both locally, with numerous buses, taxis and train stations nearby, and internationally with Dublin international Airport just 33 miles away, providing yet another massive plus point in the residential commuter context.


Louth is ireland's smallest county, hence its moniker, the Wee County. in the 5th and 6th centuries, it was at the centre of ecclesiastical ireland, with wealthy religious communities at the monastery at Monasterboice and the Cistercian abbey at Mellifont. The 12th-century Norman invaders were responsible for the development of Dundalk and the two towns on opposite banks of the Boyne that united in 1412 to become what is now Drogheda, the county's largest town.

in the north, the picturesque Cooley Peninsula is separated from County Armagh, Northern ireland, by the waters of Carlingford Lough, home to the lively little town of Carlingford, which retains its medieval architecture.

While Louth can easily be covered as a day trip from Dublin, you'll get more from your visit by spending some time exploring the county.

Only 48km north of Dublin, Drogheda is a historic fortified town straddling the River Boyne. Stately old buildings, a handsome cathedral and a riveting museum provide plenty of cultural interest, while atmospheric pubs, fine restaurants, numerous sleeping options and good transport links make it a handy base for exploring the region.

Termonfeckin is a small village and townland in County Louth, ireland. it is within the parish of the same name, and lies 8 km (5.0 mi) north-east of Drogheda.

The extant castle in Termonfeckin is a 15th or 16th century tower house of 3 storeys, with good trefoil headed windows. its most unusual feature is the corbelled roof, similar to the technique used for the Newgrange chamber roof, which is on the third storey. This castle was damaged in the irish Rebellion of 1641 but was later repaired by a Captain Brabazon. it is now a National Monument.

Until the early 19th century Termonfeckin also had another castle. This was the Primates Castle which was used for several centuries by the Archbishops of Armagh (including Richard Creagh) as an auxiliary residence to their episcopal quarters in nearby Drogheda. After the Reformation several of the Protestant Archbishops resided periodically in Termonfeckin. The castle's most famous occupant at this time was James Ussher who was Protestant Archbishop of Armagh from 1625 to 1656. He used the castle in Termonfeckin for much of his term up until 1640 when he departed for England, never to return. The castle was damaged in the 1641 Rebellion and was not repaired. it fell into disuse and was eventually demolished around 1830.

in the graveyard of St. Fechin's Church of ireland is a high cross with a winged figure above the Crucifixion on the east face, and Christ in Glory on the west face; the rest of the cross is covered in interlacing and geometrical patterns. At the foot of the cross is a slab with a Crucifixion scene (probably 16th century) and nearby is the base of another cross. Built into the porch of St. Fechin's church is a stone with an inscription which reads 'A prayer for Ultan and Dubthach who made this stone fort'.

Termonfeckin is primarily dependent on the farming industry. However, tourism also plays a large part, and nearby Baltray and Seapoint, with their coasts and golf courses, attract many visitors.

For a superb visual representation of the area, copy and paste the following link to your browser: https://youtu.be/F842XAZCo30


Located in a friendly and well-run community.
300m2 house.
Spacious, modern, comfortable and well decorated.
A massive 14 rooms in total.
4 bedrooms.
4 bathrooms.
2 sitting rooms.
Open plan kitchen/dining room.
Downstairs powder room.
Utility room.
Main bathroom upstairs and en-suite in master bedroom.
Walk in wardrobe in master bedroom.
Beautiful big garden for kids to play in.
Front entrance has sliding black gates with intercom system.
Security cameras.
Parking for 6/7 cars.
in the middle of building a garden/entertainment room with bar pool table, office and gym.
Possibility for another house for nanny/au pair or holiday rental home.
Air to water heating system
Underfloor heating
Unlimited hot water.
Huge potential in the fast-growing holiday rental market.
Near the beach, schools and shops.
Great base from which to discover ireland's many other fascinating areas.
Close to many excellent golf courses including County Louth Golf Club - Baltray (https://www.countylouthgolfclub.com) and Laytown & Bettystown Links Golf Club (https://landbgolfclub.ie).
Hotbed for other sports such as GAA, Soccer, Rugby and Horse Racing
Excellent transport links.
Just 33 miles from Dublin international Airport

Contact Euro Resales Ltd to book an inspection

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  • Ukuran Rumah 3,229.20 sq ft (Perkiraan)
  • Kamar 4 Kamar tidur
  • Alamat Louth, County Louth, Alamat tersedia berdasarkan permintaan

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