Scheme boasts tee-riffic extras
Crenigans Bánóg, Ashbourne, Co Meath
Published 25/11/2016 | 02:30
Eleven semi-detached homes are still up for grabs from the third phase at Crenigans Bánóg, a scheme in Ashbourne named after both a local volunteer in the Easter Rising and the golf club across the road.
The name of the development, located on the town's Milltown Road, was inspired by John Crenigan, who lost his life fighting in the Battle of Ashbourne in 1916. The second part of the scheme's name, Bánóg, translates as "fairway" and was refers to the estate's proximity to Ashbourne Golf Club. Buyers at Crenigans Bánóg get free social membership to the golf club.
Most of the buyers in this phase, released in September, have been first-time buyers drawn to the three-beds or families trading up to the scheme's four-beds. There will be 93 units in all when the entire development is complete.
Ten of the remaining homes in the current phase are four-beds. These measure 1,452 sq ft and come with full planning permission to convert the attics and transform the properties into five-bed homes. The four-beds are priced from €345,000. There is also one three-bed home left, costing from €310,000.
All of the block-built houses feature contemporary-style fitted kitchens and bedroom wardrobes, or an allowance can be arranged. There is parking to the front of each home and either a south-facing or west-facing garden to the rear. Each of the properties has an A building energy rating.
The centre of Ashbourne is within walking distance from Crenigans Bánóg and there are two primary schools and one secondary school close to the development. Tayto Park is 5km away, while Newgrange and the start of the Boyne Valley Drive is a 20-minute journey. The trip to Dublin, via the M50 and M2 motorways, takes at least 25 minutes by car or bus.
Viewings wil take place between 1pm and 3pm tomorrow and Sunday.
Enquiries to: John Ryan Property Services (01) 835 9332, Tormey Lee Auctioneers (01) 9014370, or see www.crenigansbanog.ie