REA TE Potterton brings to the market a “gorgeous equestrian property occupying a tranquil rural setting”.

With a total of 9.3ac, the property is located close to the M3. It is beside the villages of Moynalty and Mullagh.

Moynalty – which has won the National Tidy Town’s Award on multiple occasions – offers day-to-day shopping requirements and Scoil Mhuire, a primary school. The Steam Threshing Festival takes place here.

Meanwhile, Mullagh offers shopping facilities and a heritage centre. Mullagh Lough is a five minute drive from the property.

Kells and Bailieborough are nearby towns and offer further shopping, educational and recreational facilities.

Amenities close by include: fishing and boating on Mullagh Lough; hill walking; a multipurpose sports centre; numerous GAA clubs; a tennis club; golfing at Headfort Golf Club Kells; and horse racing is available at Navan and Fairyhouse.

The House

The house is an attractive five-bed, two-storey house which can be found “in good order throughout”.

The ground floor comprises: an entrance hall; a living room; a kitchen/dining area; a playroom; a study with a cast-iron fireplace incorporating a stove; a bedroom with an en-suite; a shower room; and another room, which could be a gym or a fifth bedroom.

The first floor comprises: a landing; a master bedroom with an en-suite; two further bedrooms; and a bathroom.

The second floor comprises an attic room.

The Land

The land totals 9.3ac and the “property is approached over a long avenue flanked by a paddock leading to the front of the house”. There is ample car parking space.

Lawned areas feature to the front, side and rear of the property. “The rear garden is screened by a mature hedge,” detailed the agents.

The outbuildings include: a block of six stables; a tack room; a garage; three adjoining paddocks (bordered by a river); and an enclosed arena.

Additional features include: mains electricity; private well water; oil-fired central heating; and drainage to a bio-cycle unit.

The property is for sale by private treaty. The guide price is €450,000. Viewing is strictly by appointment only.

More information can be found on the REA website.