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2 Carrick Street, Kells, Co Meath

Townhouse House

Sale Agreed



BER No: 116571134
EPI: 400.63 kWh/m2/yr

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Chris Smith of Quillsen is delighted to present to the Summer market this exciting town-centre residential renovation opportunity comprising a 4 bedroom residence with rear yard to include useful shed. This property will no doubt appeal to many given its central location and the current availability of various generous renovation grants, subject to applicability.

Carrick Street is sure to appeal to several segments of the home buying market including amongst others first time buyers, investors and those retiring, down-sizing or right-sizing, particularly for the convenience, perhaps for parties planning to move into the town from the country.

As of 1st May 2023, amongst the Government initiatives, there's up to €70,000 (includes €20,000 Derelict top-up) available through the Croí Cónaithe scheme and up to €26,750 under the SEAI Better Energy Home Scheme, subject to qualification and conditions. Interested parties should make their own independent enquiries in relation to same in order to satisfy their applicability, availability, conditionality and qualification.

Enclosed rear yard with shed with rear access. Outside water tap.

Carrick Street, on the Dublin bus route, is situated in the centre of the heritage town of Kells. It is predominately residential and is home to some business outlets too. Kells offers an excellent array of shopping; recreational; educational with preschools, creches, primary and secondary schools; employment and other facilities. It is a popular tourist hub within the Royal County. Local leisure facilities include two award-winning 18-hole golf courses at Headfort, tennis club, swimming pool and equestrian centres along with a range of other sports clubs and their grounds to include provision for soccer, rugby, football and hurling codes.

There is much to do in or about Kells including Hinterland, an annual festival of literature and arts. There are several lakes nearby making the area ideal for those fond of fishing or water sports. Locally angling on the Blackwater and Boyne rivers is popular. Towards Oldcastle, nearby Loughcrew Hills which incorporate a complex of passage tombs are one of Irelands most magnificent and abounding archaeological landscapes, ideal for weekend exploration. Locally there is Girley Bog Walk, as is the areas chief headline attraction, Causey Farm, drawing visitors locally, nationally and worldwide. The latters sister venue, Rockfield House, located just outside the town, has become a hit of late too.

With the M3 adjacent and the N52 (Dundalk/Limerick Road) routing by, Kells is one of the premier satellite locations, ideal for those commuting to Dublin and elsewhere through the provinces. Kells is convenient to Athboy, the lakeside town of Virginia, the county town of Navan, its sister heritage town of Trim and to Mullingar. Regular buses rooting through Kells Town add to the choice of travel options to Dublin City and Airport; Cavan and Donegal amongst other locations. Given its excellent transport links, Kells is popular with Dublin commuters and those who transverse the country for work. Employees from the ICT, E-commerce and pharma sectors based around Blanchardstown / Damastown as well as ICTs based around Leixlip often choose Kells as a place to call home, citing lifestyle, ease of commuting and affordability as the rationale for their choice. Such companies include giants like Synopsys, IBM, PayPal, Symantec, Ebay, Paypal, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Alexion, Helsinn Birex, Hewlett-Packard and Intel with recent additions to include MSD (formerly Takeda and previously Shire), near Dunboyne and Facebooks data centre at Clonee. For those into retail or perhaps seeking some retail therapy, the Blanchardstown Shopping Centres is a little over half an hours drive.


  • Four bedrooms
  • Shed and outside water tap
  • Only a couple of minutes walk from SuperValu
  • Town centre location with lots to do locally
  • On bus route ideal for commuting
  • Ideal home for owner-occupation or investment
  • Renovation project handsome grants available (subject to t & c`s)
  • Prized heritage town within the beautiful Boyne Valley region



Entrance Hall - 3.5m (11'6") x 1.07m (3'6")

Living Room - 3.6m (11'10") x 3.2m (10'6")

Kitchen - 3.85m (12'8") x 3.02m (9'11") Max

Shower Room - 2.6m (8'6") x 2.35m (7'9")
... includes separate WC

Bedroom 1 - 3.03m (9'11") x 2.96m (9'9")



Bedroom 2 - 4.41m (14'6") x 2.67m (8'9")

Bedroom 3 - 3.7m (12'2") x 2.8m (9'2")

Bedroom 4 - 2.8m (9'2") x 2.35m (7'9")


Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.