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The Glebe, Rathmolyon, Meath

4 beds 3 baths 126m 2Energy RatingSemi-Detached House Refreshed on Jul 28, 2022
Sherry FitzGerald Royal
Sherry FitzGerald Royal
Tel: 046 943 1525
PSRA Licence No. 001508
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ONE REMAINING 4 BED-SEMI DETACHED HOME – Price on Application. The development of twenty-one 3 and 4 bedroom A-rated family homes is set in the tranquil village of Rathmolyon in the heart of County Meath’s rich pastoral landscape. Respecting the village’s rich architectural heritage and character, this development provides a wide mix of new homes to help meet local housing needs. These homes offer residents a greener way of life: and have been carefully designed to meet today's eco and sustainable energy expectations. There are a range of high quality features, such as large contemporary kitchen, bright generously sized bathroom. Extra large windows flood the house with natural light. With a BER rating of A3, the Air to Water heat pumping system ensures constant temperature and hot water throughout the house all year round. Not only climate friendly and using no fossil fuel, this is the heating choice for the future using warmth and comfort for all householders all year round. Rathmolyon is a village in the southern portion of Meath, situated 8Km south of Trim. It is situated at the junction of the R156 regional road and the R159 regional road connecting Trim to Enfield. Nestled in a safe and idyllic setting featuring landscaped are with mature planting and an abundance of open space, the Glebe will appeal to families and individuals who value tranquility in this village centre location, yet in close proximity to the national road network, Dublin City centre and the commercial districts of North and West County Dublin. Commuter rail transport is accessible via Kilcock, Maynooth or Dunboyne stations with a 30 minute journey to the capital. The car commute takes 45 minutes approx via M3 or M4 Motorways. Dublin Airport is a 40 minute journey via the M50 junction.

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BER: A3

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Contact David Costello, Sherry FitzGerald Royal on 046 9431525/086 3863353.
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The Glebe, Rathmolyon, Meath

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Beds4 beds
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Property TypeSemi-Detached House
Size126 meters2
Energy RatingBER-A3
Refreshed onJul 28, 2022
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Description

ONE REMAINING 4 BED-SEMI DETACHED HOME – Price on Application. The development of twenty-one 3 and 4 bedroom A-rated family homes is set in the tranquil village of Rathmolyon in the heart of County Meath’s rich pastoral landscape. Respecting the village’s rich architectural heritage and character, this development provides a wide mix of new homes to help meet local housing needs. These homes offer residents a greener way of life: and have been carefully designed to meet today's eco and sustainable energy expectations. There are a range of high quality features, such as large contemporary kitchen, bright generously sized bathroom. Extra large windows flood the house with natural light. With a BER rating of A3, the Air to Water heat pumping system ensures constant temperature and hot water throughout the house all year round. Not only climate friendly and using no fossil fuel, this is the heating choice for the future using warmth and comfort for all householders all year round. Rathmolyon is a village in the southern portion of Meath, situated 8Km south of Trim. It is situated at the junction of the R156 regional road and the R159 regional road connecting Trim to Enfield. Nestled in a safe and idyllic setting featuring landscaped are with mature planting and an abundance of open space, the Glebe will appeal to families and individuals who value tranquility in this village centre location, yet in close proximity to the national road network, Dublin City centre and the commercial districts of North and West County Dublin. Commuter rail transport is accessible via Kilcock, Maynooth or Dunboyne stations with a 30 minute journey to the capital. The car commute takes 45 minutes approx via M3 or M4 Motorways. Dublin Airport is a 40 minute journey via the M50 junction.

BER Details

BER: A3

Viewing Details

Contact David Costello, Sherry FitzGerald Royal on 046 9431525/086 3863353.