Set amid 65 acres of rolling countryside in Ireland’s County Meath, Parsonstown House offers endless opportunities to embrace the equestrian lifestyle.
The centerpiece of the property is a courtyard conversion by award-winning De Blacam and Meagher architects. Within are an ensemble of buildings, including the main residence, two coach houses, a potting shed, a boiler house, and three stables. Adjacent are 12 additional loose boxes, a 10-bay hay shed, and several mixed-use outbuildings and workshops surrounded by paddocks, pastures, and woodland.
The main house provides four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a country kitchen, reception rooms, and two studies. The one-bedroom gate lodge serves as a guest house or rental accommodation. There’s scope for further expansion too, for creative pursuits, hospitality, events, or other enterprises.
The thriving market town of Navan, with its shops, restaurants, and racecourse, is just 13 miles distant. The property is in the heart of Ireland’s Ancient East, home to such historical sites as Newgrange and the Boyne Valley.