Flagmount extends to approx. 650sqm/ 7,000 sq.ft along with a state of the art crescent shaped courtyard incorporating 12 stables surrounded by 20 acres of pasture and woodlands. Approached via electric security gates and a sweeping hedge lined avenue, the main residence emerges as an immaculately presented double fronted family home with an enviable courtyard. Immediately you are struck by the grandeur of this magnificent house.
The Period style front door opens into a stunning entrance hall with an expanse of warm, natural stone flooring combined with the elegant traditional panelling setting the tone for the classic style and comfort throughout the rest of the accommodation. Either side of the entrance hall are two spacious dual aspect reception rooms with feature fireplaces. The combination of luxury and architectural detailing is consistent throughout these two rooms with painted shutters, deep panelled door embrasures, modern lighting features, exemplary stonework and a feast of fine joinery. Moving through to the entrance hall is the centre hall with a triple-height ceiling, mahogany staircase and a feature glass atrium, from which hangs a spectacular chandelier. Off the left reception room is a library fitted with open bookcases and access to the communications cabinet.
From here one is lead to the back stairs and back hall leading to the guest wing with a bedroom and an en-suite bathroom which offers ideal potential to be grand home office. The kitchen, dining area and family room together form one impressive, open plan space. The kitchen itself features painted in frame cabinet units, oil fired Aga crowned with an intricately designed hood, black quartz countertops and a timber-topped island. The living space opens to the other wing room used as a dining room with French doors to the garden. Further ground floor accommodation include a back kitchen / butler's pantry fitted with American style fridge and a chefs oven with gas rings, utility room, W.C and cloaks closet.
The gallery landing on the first floor is expansive allowing a great deal of privacy for the four main bedroom suites. All the upstairs bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes with the Master bathroom featuring a Jacuzzi. The main bathroom, overlooking the front garden has a free standing bath. A linen room can also be found on this floor. The second floor is reached via the back stairs. From here is an open plan mezzanine area with door to the terrace, perfect for sheltered evening drinks overlooking the courtyard and to the fields beyond. There are two further bedrooms on this floor both with walk-in wardrobes and en-suites as well as a number of storage rooms. The windows throughout are timber sash double glazed and insulation is to an incredibly high standard with the benefit of geothermal underfloor heating on all three floors.
The gardens to the front of the house are laid out in a formal style with a lawned area bordered by well-established box hedging and flower beds stocked with mature shrubs and plants. These meticulously manicured gardens are also planted with laurel hedging providing complete privacy from the road beyond while the sweeping avenue is bounded by stud fencing and a Lonicera hedge. The main residence faces south overlooking the lush vistas of Stackallan. The Crescent-shaped courtyard to the back of the residence houses 12 stables, a plant room, a tack room, a grain store, double garage, a self-catering guest apartment and a green house.
Flagmount is situated approximately 8.4km from the town of Navan and 7.3km from the village of Slane. Navan is a thriving business town with a host of high street shops, excellent schools, leisure and sport facilities, restaurants and hotels while Slane is home to the famous Slane Castle. There is a fine selection of old world pubs to choose from with both Ryan's of Gorman Lough and the much anticipated �The Kilberry' within the vicinity. The archaeological complex of Bru na Boinne is around 5,000 years old and includes the burial sites of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, in the north-east of the county and are designated a World Heritage Site. There are many beautiful walks along the River Boyne and indeed the River Blackwater and the area is famous for the �The Boyne Way'.
There is excellent racing nearby in Navan and Fairyhouse. There is also great hunting offered by the Meath Hunt and the Ward Union Hunt. Golfers are catered for with some magnificent courses close by such as Killeen Castle, Headford and Knightsbrook in Trim. Dublin is easily accessible by car in under an hour (approx. 53km) in light traffic while Dublin Airport is closer yet again. The area is well serviced by both private and public buses with stops in Slane, Kilberry and Navan
BER No:105755375 EPI:79.41 kWh/m2/yr
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