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Three family homes available to buy in Navan, County Meath


by Grace McGettigan
11th Dec 2018
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With a population of over 30,000, Navan is one of Ireland’s biggest towns. Located upon the River Boyne, it has a bustling shopping centre, as well as independent cafes and restaurants. Throw in good local schools and playgrounds, Navan is a sought-after place for families to live. Have a look at these three properties available to buy right now…

Type A, Cois na Rasai, Proudstown Road, Navan – €385,000

While Navan dates back over 800 years, some families prefer things more modern. This new build at Cois na Rasai is part of an exclusive development of just 15 homes on the northern outskirts of the town.

Some benefits include triple-glazed windows; generous light and power points, including USB charging points; underfloor heating; as well as an A2 BER.

The house also boasts four bedrooms and four bathrooms, making it a comfortable living space for any large family.

Photo by Smith Harrington Auctioneers & Valuers via MyHome.ie Photo by Smith Harrington Auctioneers & Valuers via MyHome.ie Photo by Smith Harrington Auctioneers & Valuers via MyHome.ie Photo by Smith Harrington Auctioneers & Valuers via MyHome.ie

 

Oldtown, Bohermeen, Navan – €400,000

Located in Oldtown (to the west of Navan town), this spacious family home is set on mature, private grounds. With a number of outbuildings and patios, it’s the perfect property for families to make the most of sunny days.

Now with five bedrooms and four bathrooms, the house has been tastefully extended and modernised over the years. Each room has been utilised to make the most of space and light.

The open plan kitchen-cum-dining room is the heart of the home, with various seating areas and sliding doors leading out to the garden.

NavanPhoto by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via Daft.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via Daft.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via Daft.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via Daft.ie

11 Old Balreask Woods, Navan – €450,000

This five-bedroom detached house, located at 11 Old Balreask Woods, is an exclusive residential development on the Dublin side of Navan town.

Estate agent Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly says the development is popular with families due to its proximity to good schools, as well as Navan’s tennis and rugby clubs. What’s more, the town is just a 10-minute walk away.

The house has been beautifully maintained by its current owners, with stylish decor throughout. The kitchen/living area is particularly inviting, with multiple seating areas and space for entertaining.

Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via MyHome.ie Photo by Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly via MyHome.ie

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