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3 Bedroom Terraced, Broadmeadow Vale, Ratoath, Co Meath

Prices from €310,000 For Sale by Private Treaty 111 sqm approx

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Phase 1 is now sold out, please register for Phase 2 launching September 2018 at www.Broadmeadowvale.ie

Broadmeadow Vale is an elegant new development by the Sherwood Group of traditionally built, energy efficient homes, that have been intelligently designed to cater for modern contemporary living.

There will be 37 three bedroom mid and end of terraced homes extending to approximately 111sq.m/1,195sq.ft

Nestled at the edge of the charming village of Ratoath, Broadmeadow Vale offers you the best of village and country life.

The bustling heart of Ratoath village offers an enviable range of conveniences and amenities including, supermarkets, quality boutiques, restaurants and bars, a choice of junior schools, a highly regarded secondary school, the Venue theatre; a plethora of highly regarded sports clubs and of course the Fairyhouse Racecourse.

The commuter is well catered for here, with Ratoath Village being highly accessible to the regional and national road network (including the M2, M3 and M50 motorways). The Pace Rail Station is only a 10 minute drive away and a number of bus providers (including Dublin Bus and Bus Eireann) also serve the area.

Dublin Airport and the M1/N1 linking Dublin to Belfast is only a 20 minute drive away.

Please register your interest at

www.broadmeadowvale.ie

Please note that the pictures attached are indicative only. They represent the 3 bedroom semi detached showhouse in Broadmeadow Vale and are indicative of finish and craftmanship.

BER Information

  • Rating: BER A3

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.