A-rated homes in Meath from €565,000
The Mill Tree, Ratoath, Co. Meath Asking Price: from €565,000 Broker: Gordon Hughes 01 8027000
atoath in Meath is an established commuter town. In fact, it was probably one of the first commuter towns for those priced on the Dublin market.
It didn’t take long for builders to realize that young buyers had a growing interest in a decent-sized home that was accessible by car from the city.
When the semi-detached houses in the new settlements shot up, buyers followed in droves. Today, the once-small town has over 9,500 residents and a renewed sense of community.
Schools like Ratoath Secondary School and St Paul’s NS were built to accommodate the families that are putting down roots.
Estates such as Jamestown Park and Molden Bridge came into use, offering large family homes within walking distance of the city. For many, leaving Dodge and settling in Meath was a no-brainer.
Ratoath is actually only 14 miles from Dublin city center so it seems a stretch to still call it a commuter town when shoppers are now willing to drive as far as Cavan and Wexford.
The Mill Tree is the newest development in the area. Launched earlier this month, interest is already high. There are only 20 houses in the plan, with no more phases.
More than half of the settlement has already been built, the first apartments should be ready for occupancy in summer and the rest in autumn.
The houses are either detached or semi-detached quadruple rooms. Even the smallest of the houses is spacious at 1,539 m² and costs €565,000. Next is the slightly larger Semi-d with 1,851 m² and a price of €605,000.
The freestanding types also range from 1,539 square feet to 1,851 square feet and range in price from €595,000 to €640,000.
Development is by Stanley Residential, best known for projects such as Green Lane Manor in Rathcoole and Grangemore Manor in Kildare.
The A rated houses are equipped with air source heat pumps and double glazed windows. The kitchens are fitted with high quality appliances and there is a tile allowance for each apartment.
For families that continue to grow, attics have been designed with cross beams that allow for easy conversions down the line.
Blanchardstown is only 15 minutes away by car, as is the M3 Parkway station. A drive to Dublin Airport would take approximately 25 minutes.
For further information, please contact Gordon Hughes Estate Agents in Ratoath on (01) 8027000
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