Final seven at Maydenhayes on Meath's Gold Coast
Maydenhayes, Mornington, Co Meath
The term Gold Coast may conjure up the strip of Australian coastline famous as a holiday and surfing destination. Less well known and more serene is the Meath Gold Coast, which is the coastal hinterland of the 10km stretch of sandy beach running from the mouth of the river Boyne at Mornington to the river Delvin at Gormanston.
Maydenhayes, a new residential estate in Mornington, has drawn 100 buyers to the village since the scheme was first launched in 2015. Purchasers have ranged from newly-weds and young professionals working within commuting distance to families upgrading or downsizing.
A third phase of 35 homes was added to Maydenhayes in February and there are seven homes still remaining from that tranche. A fourth phase is due to be released in a few weeks.
For now, there are three, four and five-bed semi-detached and detached houses available at Maydenhayes, with prices starting at €255,000. Sizes range from 1,229 sq ft to 1,743 sq ft.
Interior features include ensuite master bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes and higher-than-standard ceilings. All the A-rated homes come with a Dimplex A-Class air-sourced heat pump that provides hot water and heating.
Mornington is only minutes from the M1 northern corridor, the M50 and the national motorway network. Swords and Drogheda are a 30-minute and 10-minute drive respectively. From Drogheda, there is rail service to Dublin and Belfast.
Weekend viewings are from 2pm-4pm on Saturdays and Sundays, and from 12pm-4pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Enquiries to: Knight Frank (01) 634 2466, Sherry Property (041) 9841149 or visit www.maydenhayes.ie.