Royal County furnishes home fit for a king

Ochan, near Navan in Co Meath, offers 8.7 acres of carefully tended grounds and lands and 326 square metres of gracious living space for €925,000

20th June, 2021
Ochan was built in the mid-1970s but has the looks of a colonial residence

Named for the alleged burial place of Niall of the Nine Hostages, a legendary high king of Ireland, Ochan in the townland of Durhamstown in Navan, Co Meath is a home fit for a king.

Add the three paddocks that surround the residence, along with the excellent grazing lands, four loose boxes, storage and a tack room, the 8.7 acres of grounds and facilities at Ochan would be the perfect backdrop to provide a new...

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