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Contemporary family homes minutes from the coast in Meath from €425k

Homes at Ard Na Mara are open for viewing this Saturday.

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LOCATED IN THE charming village of Donacarney, Co Meath, Ard Na Mara is a new development of just nine homes.

Each home is detached and features four bedrooms, with four property types available and prices ranging from €425,000 to €435,000.

Ard Na Mara enjoys an optimal Co Meath location; it’s surrounded by the tranquil countryside, the seaside village of Bettystown is a five-minute drive away, and Drogheda town can be reached within 10 minutes. 

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As for the houses themselves, each property features a contemporary design, spacious layout and modern finishes. A red brick exterior and cobblestone driveway makes for a picture-perfect first impression, while a neat lawn area and planted shrubs to the front add a welcoming feel.

There’s a large living room to the front of each home, with sliding doors which open to the kitchen and dining area. This feature conveniently allows the space to feel open and airy with the doors pulled back, or cosy and private with the doors closed. 

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Kitchens are fitted with sleek cabinets and a large centre island, while a separate utility room provides extra storage space. Sliding glass doors open to the spacious rear garden, complete with a patio and lawn area.

Moving upstairs, there are fitted wardrobes in the bedrooms, while bathrooms are finished with neutral tiling to the walls and floor. 

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With an A-rating for energy efficiency, energy-saving features (including an air-to-water heat pump) and an electrical car charging point, homes at Ard Na Mara are designed for the modern family. 

A growing village, there is a boys’ primary school and a girls’ primary school in Donacarney, as well as a Montessori and creche, all just a short walk from this exclusive development. Bettystown, Laytown and Drogheda offer further options.

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For commuters, Ard Na Mara is within easy access of the M1, meaning the journey by car to Dublin city or Dundalk can take less than 45 minutes. If you’d rather leave the car at home, a direct bus route runs to O’Connell St.

With the sea close by and the city a leisurely drive away, Ard Na Mara enjoys the best of both worlds in the idyllic surroundings of Co Meath.

If you fancy having a look for yourself, homes at the development are on show in an open viewing this Saturday August 8 from 2pm-4pm. 

Homes at Ard Na Mara, Donacarney, Co Meath are on the market from €425,000 through Dillon Marshall via Daft.ie.

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Dillon Marshall

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