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'Nucella Lodge' On c.8 Acres, Knocknagoran, Omeath, Co. Louth.


REA BOYD'S - 056 7764833)

Victorian Period Residence in need of renovation on an elevated c.8 acre site with possible development potential to rear & enjoying panoramic views over Carlingford Lough.

Follow Link To Register to Bid - https://reaboyd.reaonlineauctions.ie/lot/details/7550


Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 1

Size: 4000 Sq. Feet

Town/Area: Omeath

County: Louth

BER code: Exempt


REA Gunne Property

Tel: 042 9335500



'Nucella Lodge', on c.8 acres is a Victorian villa of c.4000 sq.ft, in need of complete refurbishment. This wonderfully unique property occupies a fine elevated position overlooking the village of Omeath and enjoys spectacular views over Carlingford Lough towards the Mourne Mountains. Built c.1840, 'Nucella Lodge' is a fine detached five bay single storey house with box bay windows, approached by a sweeping driveway through mature woodlands. There is a lovely old entrance hall enhanced by a splendid doorcase, with it's unusual ornate fanlight, leading to three reception rooms, most notably the dining room and the drawing room. There are five bedrooms, a breakfast room, a large bathroom, guest W.C, kitchen, two pantries and a utility. The old tennis court, like the walled garden are now overgrown. Serving it all is an enclosed yard and substantial outbuildings which in the past accommodated a fuel and a feed store, coach houses and stables. The house was re-roofed some years ago and an added bonus for the purchaser is a lock up unit to the front of the property, on the main street, which previously operated as a retail unit. This is a truly amazing property.


Located on the main street in Omeath Village, on the R173 regional road in County Louth, close to the border with Northern Ireland and roughly midway between Dublin and Belfast overlooking Carlingford Lough and only 7.4 km to Carlingford Village and 12 km to Newry, Co. Down.