The Old Rectory, Termonfeckin, Louth, A92KV99
44 | Residential | Detached House | BER Rating

Property Overview

For Sale by Private Treaty
Overall Floor Area: 353.03m² | 3800f²
Land Area: 1.136 Acres | 0.46 Hectares
Property Views: 86

The Old Rectory Termonfeckin Co. Louth

On Approx. 1.136 Acres

For Sale by Private Treaty

Rare opportunity to purchase such a   fine property at such an attractive  price.

Guide 850,000


Experience the perfect blend of an elegant Georgian Residence, standing on a beautiful  1.13 6  acre  site  in the glorious village of Termonfeckin.

This is The Old Rectory in Termonfeckin, County Louth

Situated in the heart of the village, and just 10 minutes from Drogheda Town, this property showcases a wealth of period features that evoke the essence of a former era.

This property is located in the charming seaside village of Termonfeckin, a most attractive village, that has still retained its attractive old worlde character with nice street scapes, with its natural beauty, fascinating history, and warm community spirit for those seeking outdoor activities, Termonfeckin offers ample opportunities for golfing, walking, and cycling. The nearby golf courses in both Seapoint and Co. Louth (Baltray) are internationally recognised.

The surrounding countryside offers trails for walkers and cyclists to explore, especially down to Seapoint Beach, just further along the coast to Clogherhead pier and walks.


Accommodation Summary


Ground Floor consisting of: Porch, Large Entrance Hall, Formal Sitting Room, Spacious Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, WC

First Floor Consisting of: Main Bathroom, 4 no.

Bedrooms (1 En-Suite), Store

Basement level consisting of: Wet Room, Fuel Store, 4

Storage Rooms



Dublin Airport                                                     45km

Dublin City Centre                                             57km

M 50                                                                   55km

Drogheda                                                            8km

Balbriggan                                                           25km

Dundalk                                                               31km


On Approx. 1.136 Acres Zoned “New Residential”



Termonfeckin, offers residents convenient access to a range of amenities. Close to larger towns like Drogheda and Dundalk, shopping centers and specialty stores are easily reachable. The village’s picturesque beach and surrounding countryside provide opportunities for leisurely walks, picnics, and outdoor activities such as sailing, fishing and general water sports. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy scenic courses nearby.


Families benefit from the presence of primary and secondary schools within a close proximate to Termonfeckin, ensuring quality education without lengthy commutes. Sports enthusiasts have various facilities and clubs to choose from, including those promoting traditional Irish sports like GAA, as well as soccer, rugby, and tennis. This seaside village strikes a balance between tranquil rural living and access to essential services, making it an ideal place to call home.




The Old Rectory stands proudly in the centre of Termonfeckin Village in south County Louth.  True to its Georgian period, it is a captivating gem that exudes charm and character. Steeped in history, this grand residence showcases architectural and period features that the Georgian Period is revered for. As you approach the house, through its fine gates, and sweeping driveway, you approach an elegant exterior, and well-maintained gardens, which set the stage for a truly enchanting experience.

 Upon stepping inside the home, you are greeted by a sense of warmth and sophistication. The interior of the Old Rectory House boasts spacious rooms with high ceilings, intricate detailing, and original fireplaces, all meticulously preserved to retain their timeless allure. The tasteful blend of classic and 

contemporary elements creates an ambiance that is

both inviting and refined.


Each room within the Old Rectory House tells a story, with every corner revealing a glimpse into its rich past. From the elegant sitting rooms to the stately dining area, every space exudes a sense of grace and grandeur. The attention to detail is evident in the craftsmanship and the care taken to preserve the historical integrity of the property.



Attractive glazed Porch leading to a Large Entrance Hall leading to

Sitting Room with Fireplace and large well maintained sliding sash windows, Fitted Cupboards and Display Shelves

Living Room with Fireplace and large well maintained sliding sash windows with views to the rear garden.

Dining room with connection through to Kitchen with direct access to the basement level.

Inner hall with Impressive Staircase and direct access to the basement level


Guest WC



Large landing


Large Main Bathroom

with bath, washbasin, and WC


Master bedroom Suite with Ensuite

(Shower, washbasin, and WC) and Walk-In Wardrobe


Bedroom 2

Large double bed with Fitted Wardrobe and connection to storage room


Bedroom 3

Large Bright room with fitted wardrobes and large sliding sash windows


Bedroom 4

Bright room with Fitted Wardrobe

Basement Level has an external entrance. There are multiple storage rooms (c. 5) wet room, utilities, wine cellar etc  offering a multitude of possibilities.


From Dublin The Eircode is: A92 KV99

From Dublin take the M1 Northbound to junction 10. Take the N51 exit to Drogheda (North) - Navan/Collon. At the Hill of Rath Roundabout, take the second exit to stay on the N51. At the Rose Hall Roundabout take the first exit onto the R132. Take a right onto Cockle Road. After 3km take a left for Ballymakenny Road followed by an immediate right (signs for Termonfeckin). After 2.5 km, turn left at Newtownstalaban followed by a right turn 160m after. Turn left onto the R166 and continue straight.


From Drogheda Head East on Patrick Street/R166 for 8km. Continue straight (signs for Dunany. The destination will be on the right



The main house is listed in the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage (Reg No.: 13834009) and the Louth Registry of Protected Listed Buildings.

(Reg No.: LHS022-025)




Louth County Council in the 2021 – 2027 Development Plan. The immediate curtilage of the House and Mews are zoned “Existing Residential”. The grounds are zoned “New Residential.”




Frank Flynn

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