Ballinahinch Wood is a wonderful new development by Ardstone Homes. The development will comprise of a mix of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom family homes in the wonderfully sylvan and scenic Ashford.
There will be a variety of house types to suit people at all stages of life - alongside semi-detached and detached houses are some special bungalows and some terraced houses.
Ashford is located just off the N11, a 20 minute drive south of the M50 and less than a 12 minute drive north of Wicklow Town. It is also in close proximity to Greystones, Enniskerry, Kilcoole & Newtownmountkennedy.
This idyllic village has a wealth of amenities to offer from Mount Usher Gardens and Bel Air Equestrian Centre to the local GAA club. Local schools include Scoil Na Coroine Mhuire Primary School, Nuns Cross National School and East Glendalough Secondary School.
There is a great blend of easy urban access to the city and wonderful country living. Located in the “Garden of Ireland”, Ballinahinch Wood is surrounded by beautiful scenery, with enviable landscapes and is a stroll away from Ashford village which is home to a host of restaurants and cafes.
Numerous transport links nearby include the Bus Eireann 133 and the N11, with Wicklow train station just 7km away means that access to all parts of Wicklow and Dublin are within easy reach.
Those who enjoy the great outdoors will not be disappointed with the choice of beautiful viewpoints in the Wicklow Mountains such as Sallygap and Lough Dan within arm's reach, along with the picturesque mountain walks at Glendalough or Devil's Glen Waterfall.
Ardstone Homes is part of the Ardstone Capital Group and Ballinahinch Wood is the latest in a number of highly successful new homes developments such as White Pines, Rathfarnham; Muillean, Kinealy; Castle Farm, Naas & Furness Wood, Naas. Most house types within the Ballinahinch Wood will qualify for the First Time Buyer 'Help to Buy' scheme for qualifying buyers.
In order to register your interest in these exciting A-rated homes, please visit www.ballinahinchwood.ie