Thursday 14 December 2017

Room to chill in commuter town

Kellett's Grove, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath

Kellett's Grove
Kellett's Grove

There are 21 homes up for grabs at Kellett's Grove, a new scheme of three and four-bed properties located just half a kilometre from the main street of Dunshaughlin, an ever-popular location for commuting home-buyers.

The Largore Road development of semi-detached and detached properties is being built by Eastwise Homes. Since Kellett's Grove was first launched in February, 23 of its 44 planned homes have been sold or gone sale agreed. Prices at the scheme start at €279,000 and range up to €349,000 for the four-bed detached properties.

The exterior of the homes have a full-brick façade, with a cobble-lock driveway out front. Extensive landscaping is planned throughout the development. Inside, the four-beds have both a family area downstairs, as well as a separate living room, and 9ft-ceilings on the ground floor. The houses are A-rated and are heated by a gas-condensing boiler with multi-zoned controls.

Residents at Kellett's Grove will be able to walk to the centre of Dunshaughlin in five minutes along a floodlit pathway. The Meath village has a supermarket, and a series of shops, pubs and eateries, as well as a medical care unit and veterinary surgery. St Seachnall's national school and the Dunshaughlin Community College secondary school are also within walking distance.

Dunshaughlin is 10km from Clonee and a 15-minute drive to the M50 and Blanchardstown Town Centre. There is a train station and park-and-ride facility at the M3 Parkway, which is 6km away and offers regular train services to central Dublin. In addition, there are about 40 daily bus services to and from the city.

Viewings will be held at Kellett's Grove between 1pm and 3pm tomorrow and Sunday.

Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald (01) 8259452 or Eastwise Homes (086) 8250825

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