Ideal for owners who have outgrown starter homes
Seachnall Abbey, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath
Published 10/04/2015 | 02:30
I pass this location regularly so had been following the upward progress of Seachnall Abbey on the road into Dunshaughlin for some time.
The agent tells me sales are extremely strong, and that's no surprise, given how much commuter villages in Meath have grown over the years with Ratoath and Ashbourne also seeing new developments.
These A3-rated four and five-bedroom houses will benefit families who have outgrown their starter homes in the village but want to stay local to schools. They have a red-brick exterior with an interesting window array detailed in grey plaster contrast on sills and surrounds. There are iron railings to the frontages, which feature cobblelock drives with shrubbery.
The larger, a five-bed detached is 2,390 sq ft and built over three storeys. Downstairs, the kitchen/dining room takes up virtually the rear width of the house with a utility room off it. There are two other reception rooms, a living room and adjacent family room while a guest WC makes up the accommodation at this level.
The first floor has four bedrooms, one ensuite with the main bathroom while the top floor has the master bedroom, also ensuite, with storage space.
There are two four-bedroom styles; the detached at 1,765 sq ft is a two-storey house, with a kitchen/dining/family area, a living room, WC and utility on the ground floor with four beds, one ensuite and a bathroom upstairs.
The semi-detached version measures 1,550 sq ft and also has a kitchen/dining area but with a separated seating area with the remainder of the layout similar to the detached version.
Kitchens are by KUBE and the living room has an inset solid fuel stove.
Enquiries to: Hora Property Consultants (01) 665 0456