Second phase of 18 rising to prominence
Crenigans Bánóg, Milltown Road, Ashbourne, Co Meath
Published 29/01/2016 | 02:30
Commemorating the 1916 Rising is not just a matter for political debate or fodder for novels and TV shows - the rebellion has also served as the inspiration for the name of this development near Ashbourne.
Crenigans Bánóg is named after John Crenigan, one of the Irish Volunteers who lost his life fighting in the battle of Ashbourne in a bid to take back the town's police barracks. The second part of the scheme's name, Bánóg, translates as 'fairway' and comes from the development's location opposite Ashbourne Golf Club.
Eighteen new homes are now launching as part of the second phase of Crenigans Bánóg after the first phase sold out prior to its official launch, according to the selling agent. There will be 93 units in all when the entire development is finished.
There are six three-bed semi-detached properties available and they are priced at €299,000. The 11 four-bed semi-detached dwellings each cost from €340,000, while the one five-bed detached home is €495,000. They all have an A3 energy rating, a contemporary kitchen, a cobble-lock driveway and a rear garden.
Crenigans Bánóg is within walking distance of Ashbourne Community School, a 5k drive from Tayto Park and a 20 minute trip from the Boyne Valley Drive.
Viewings will be held tomorrow, between 12pm and 1pm, and can also be arranged by appointment.
Enquiries to: Tormey Lee Auctioneers (01) 9014370 or see www.crenigansbanog.ie.