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12 Brownstown, Ratoath, Co Meath

€535,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 225 sqm approx

BER B3 Rating


Brownstown is one of the most desirable developments in Ratoath, where each and every house in this small, exclusive enclave has an individual design and all command large, spacious sites.

Located off the Ratoath – Dunshaughlin Road, it has a wonderful feeling of country life but yet, is within genuine walking distance of all amenities in Ratoath itself. Properties are well maintained, well recessed from the roadway, private and settled.

No. 12 is no exception, an attractive red brick with detached garage, the accommodation is bright and spacious with two very large reception rooms and a stunning kitchen / diner which gives access via patio doors to a very beautiful back garden which is private, mature and not overlooked. Four well proportioned bedrooms complete this very well laid out family home.

Ratoath offers a host of restaurants, supermarkets, boutiques etc, along with a choice of junior schools and excellent secondary school.

Dublin, Airport and M50 are easily accessed by either the M2 or M3 whilst M3 Parkway rail station is a 6km drive.

Sherry FitzGerald Sherry is delighted to present 12 Brownstown to the market and viewing comes highly recommended.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER B3
  • Number: 108728650
  • Energy Performance Indicator: 146.82

About the Area

Ratoath (Irish: Ráth Tó) is a vibrant commuter town, centred on the point where the R125 and R155 regional roads meet. In the 2006 census, it was 7,249, and by 2011 the population reached 9,043. The Broad Meadow River (Irish: An Gabhair) flows through the town.

Most of Ratoath's adult population commutes to Dublin to work. More than three quarters of the population traveled to work by car. In 2011 10.9% of the workforce was unemployed compared to the national average of 19%. This may be due to the small percentage of the Ratoath workers employed in the construction sector, with Ratoath having more people than average from higher socio-economic classes. Just outside the town is Fairyhouse racecourse, where the Irish Grand National is held.