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The Willows is a new high quality residential development in the prime location of Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath. It comprises a fine mix of three and four bedroom semi-detached houses with very good layouts and specification. These are well designed energy efficient homes in an attractive village setting, with good transport facilities, the railway station nearby as well as the new M3 motorway and bus routes.
The fact that the Willows enjoys easy access to Dublin city centre is a considerable advantage. It also enjoys convenience to numerous amenities and facilities including schools, shops, restaurants, sports and leisure facilities, Fairyhouse Racecourse. There is a large employer base close by including Intel, Dublin Airport, Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown Town Centre and many more. The cross Luas links connect up with Broombridge bringing Dublin city centre even closer.
Dunshaughlin has a rich history and is famous for an ancient CrannÃ³g or settlement from the 7th century where a number of Irish antiquities were discovered. It is close to the Boyne Valley, an area of outstanding beauty and with many other important historical features such as the Hill of Tara, Newgrange, Oldbridge House, Trim Castle and Kells.
The Willows is an ideal location for first time buyers and young families trading up who are wishing to stay in or move to such an attractive vibrant location. Dunshaughlin has two primary schools and a secondary school, Dunshaughlin Community College, which was selected as one of 12 schools worldwide to take part in Microsoftâ€™s Innovative Schools Programme. In 2006 a town park was opened by President Mary Robinson. These attributes add to the attractiveness of the location and quality of life.
Sporting enthusiasts can savour the multitude of activities and clubs in Dunshaughlin and surrounding locations including gaelic football and hurling, rugby, soccer, golf, athletics, horse racing, Rathbeggan Lakes activity centre; the magnificent Killeen Castle Golf Course, designed by Jack Nicklaus, the venue for the Solheim Cup 2011.