Kingston Lodge, Hayes, Navan, Co Meath


A glorious late Georgian residence of generous proportions set in a delightful setting with
breath-taking views over the surrounding parkland Residence on c.18.26 acres

  • 5 Beds
  • Equestrian


A glorious late Georgian residence of generous proportions set in a delightful setting with

breath-taking views over the surrounding parkland Residence on c.18.26 acres

Kingston Lodge was the former hunting lodge of the Earl of Mayo built between 1805 and 1825. It is a unique property offering a substantial family home in Meath's finest countryside and sits on an elevated site looking across unspoilt rural views.

The property, nestled in the centre of its own lands, is approached along a private avenue meandering through magnificent trees and parkland. One arrives at the house, an imposing two storey, five bay house with twin double fronted bay end with an impressive forecourt.

On arrival at the front door, you are welcomed into the main house by an impressive light-filled full height entrance hall with an elegant original cantilever staircase. The entrance hall leads to all the principal reception rooms and kitchen,

which are all glorious, bright, spacious well laid out rooms creating effortless modern family living within an abundance of original period features. Of particular note, are the large drawing room and dining room, both with high ceilings, wooden floors, marble fireplaces and floor to ceiling four bay windows, which have wonderful views of the countryside. Further accommodation comprises of a large family sitting room, a study with a Cecil Aldin frieze, a games room and two WCs. The traditional open plan kitchen has a large dining area with stunning picture windows. Off the kitchen is a large utility room with ample shelving and a boot room.

Upstairs are five large well-proportioned bedrooms allwith wonderful views and four bathrooms. To the rear of the house is an original stone courtyard, entered from the property or through a stone archway. It currently contains stables, tack and feed rooms, a wash bay, tool room and double arched garage. On the upper floor of the stone barn is a pristine, self-contained, two bedroom apartment with full length windows and its own private access. At the rear of the courtyard is the

stableyard containing a large five bay barn with adjoining lean-too, further stables, fodder and bedding store and a sand arena. There is road access from the yard.

The excellent quality parklands and paddocks are well fenced with an abundance of natural shelter and a variety of mature trees dotted throughout the lands, which is a haven for wildlife.

The entire property has been beautifully restored and maintained by the current owners and is a superb small sporting estate.

Kingston Lodge is located in the beautiful 'royal county' of Meath, close to the thriving market town of Navan. There is a large array of shops, restaurants, schools, sporting clubs, a cinema, theatre and other amenities. Kingston Lodge

is very accessible, situated between the N2/M2 and M3 motorways in a great location for travelling to Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre.

This area in Co Meath is surrounded by lush green countryside. The county boasts many of the country's best amenities and tourist attractions including The Boyne Valley, Trim Castle and Newgrange.

Coming from Dublin proceed along the M2 until

you reach the roundabout at the end. Take the

first exit sign posted Derry/Slane N2. Continue

on this road (N2) for 17 km until you reach the

GreatGas garage on the right, take the left after

this sign posted (L1013). Continue on this road

for 3.8 km and take a right. Follow this road for 2 km and take a left signposted Navan.

Continue for 800m and Kingston Lodge will be

on your right through cream recessed walls and

black gates.

Ganly Walters

+353 1 662 3255

8-34 Percy Place
Dublin 4
Republic of Ireland