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Brand new three and four bedroom homes in commuter-friendly Meath

Snap up a family-ready home at The Willows in Dunshaughlin.

5meath Source: Daft

THE WILLOWS IS a new residential development in Dunshaughlin, Co Meath, a location that’s handy for Dublin commuters but also captures the best of laid-back village life. 

Each of the three, four and five-bedroom homes at The Willows comes with a seeded garden to the back and a paved driveway with space for two cars to the front.

3meath Source: Daft

Inside you’ll find a large open plan area for dining, cooking and relaxing, with direct access to the generous back garden.

A separate utility room means more space in the kitchen, too, with an added workspace, countertop and lots of storage keeping spaces clutter-free- and making laundry a breeze.

2meath Source: Daft

The fully-fitted and modern kitchen by BeSpace has oak cabinets, soft close drawers and integrated LED lighting. A kitchen island adds more counter space for food prep, as well as a breakfast bar for more casual meals.

4meath Source: Daft

Each bedroom is bright and roomy with soft carpeting and plenty of storage. The master bedroom enjoys a walk-in wardrobe and an en suite bathroom, while double glazed windows keep the heat in.

1meath Source: Daft

In terms of commuting, residents can take advantage of the railway station close by as well as the new M3 motorway and many bus routes covering Meath and Dublin. In the village itself, there are plenty of schools, shops, restaurants, leisure facilities to choose from, making The Willows perfect for families who value community spirit.

Prices for homes at The Willows, Dunshaughlin, Co Meath are from €299,000 through Hooke & MacDonald via Daft.ie. Viewing appointments this Saturday September 22 and Sunday September 23 from 2.30 – 4pm.

Sponsored by:

Hooke & MacDonald

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