Cnoc Tiarnach, Grange End, Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath
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- Part of New Development at Cnoc Tiarnach
3 and 4 bed semi now sold out. Viewing by appointment. Sherry FitzGerald Sherry and Aspect Developments Ltd are delighted present you with these supreme 4 and 5 bedroom homes located in a premier village location. Elegantly designed and constructed to the highest A-rated standards, these energy efficient homes are created for contemporary living, each home has been thoughtfully designed and come complete with exceptional finishes. *Attic trusses are provided to assist future adaptability in the 4 bedroom homes. Aspect Developments can convert the attic space at the time of build as an optional extra. Cnoc Tiarnach is an elevated site overlooking the ancient site of Loch Gabhair. Cnoc being the Irish word for Hill. Tigernach Mac F cartai was King of Loch Gabhair (Lagore) in the 800 s. He inflicted a significant defeat on the Norsemen in an oakwood at D sert Do-Chonna assisted by Mealduin the High King of Ireland. Tigernach is an old Irish word and the modern Irish version is Tiarnach. Cnoc Tiarnach is located in the heart of Dunshaughlin. The development is situated north east of the village on the St. Seachnails Road and this idyllic setting offers home owners convenient access to the village. Benefiting from a village atmosphere Dunshaughlin is steeped in history but is also home to a fine array of supermarkets, shops, restaurants and caf s. It has excellent transport links including the close proximity of the park and ride railway station with a commuter link to Connolly Station. Dunshaughlin is only 20 minutes from the M50 and the M3 motorway is also close, giving easy access to Dublin and various commuter belts. The village is also serviced by many bus routes.
These particulars are detailed for the purposes of representing the development only. Visual representations, finishes, layouts and/or scales may be approximate or representative of the development rather than exact specifications of the actual unit. The developer reserves the right to make alterations to the design and specification in the overall interest of the development.