Ardrath , Celbridge, Co. Kildare
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Enjoy a new way of living at Ardrath, a wonderful new development of spacious 2-, 3- & 4-bedroom homes from acclaimed Irish-owned developer Ardstone. Featuring the build quality and high-spec finish synonymous with Ardstone developments, Ardrath is located in the family-friendly location of Celbridge, on the border between Co. Dublin and Co. Kildare. This eye-catching new development offers buyers the opportunity to purchase a spacious home in a convenient location, with every amenity a family could need right on your doorstep. Ardrath is located on the edge of the historic town of Celbridge, well-known as the birthplace of Arthur Guinness, maker of the world-famous stout. The town is filled with historic structures and buildings; one of the most notable is Castletown House, built in 1722 by William Connolly, the Speaker in the Irish House of Commons, now known as Ireland’s finest Palladian house. Ardrath is just a short stroll from this historic house and residents can enjoy strolling through the 120 acres of lush parkland as well as exploring the many notable landmarks in the estate. Celbridge is well regarded as a great location for growing families. Excellent schools, shops, sports facilities, retail outlets, transport links and more are located in the immediate area – yet the homes in Ardrath offer the type of space rare for such a convenient location. The homes themselves are large and finished to an incredibly high standard; this sense of space is perfectly complemented by the beautifully landscaped green spaces within the development.
Celbridge is packed full of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Stroll along the banks of the River Liffey on the picture-perfect walkway, or challenge yourself to a real hike along the Royal Canal Greenway, which begins in nearby Maynooth. Enjoy the best of golf at the K Club or Carton House. Take the family to an exhilarating race day at The Curragh or Punchestown. Or why not simply stay close to home with a walk through the lush grounds at Castletown House followed by an outdoor lunch in one of Celbridge’s excellent gastro pubs. A choice of supermarkets, including SuperValu, Lidl and Aldi, mix alongside local food producers and award-winning retail destinations such as The Orchard Home & Garden Centre. An even greater selection of retail outlets is available within a short drive, including shopping centres at Liffey Valley and Blanchardstown.
For families, Celbridge is a vibrant and dynamic location. Many well-regarded and established national schools are located in the town, including, Salesian College, Celbridge Community School and North Kildare Educate Together, while Maynooth University is less than 15 minutes away. For leisure, numerous sports clubs are well established in the community, including GAA, athletics, soccer, rugby, golf and kayaking – all of which offer sporting fun for all the family. Community spirit is strong in Celbridge, as seen in the many local interest groups thriving in the town. Many of these meet in The Mill Community Centre, a gym and leisure facility housed in the historic Mill building, which dates back to 1217.
Ardrath is close to every convenience imaginable, including schools, major employers, shopping, sports facilities and more, but if you do need to travel further afield, transport links are second to none. Celbridge offers a quick and easy work commute to Dublin City Centre, with plenty of local transport links, but Ardrath is also close to several major employers, including Intel and the Department of Agriculture, Food & Marine. The new Lufthansa Technik premises, due to open shortly, is located just a few minutes from Ardrath – offering probably the easiest commute in Dublin!
Commuters can choose between two regular and fast train roots to Dublin and beyond. From Hazelhatch, Irish Rail provides an Arrow commuter train service to Heuston Station, while from Maynooth and Louisa Park stations, there’s a fast service to Connolly Station in Dublin 1. The train station at Leixlip is Louisa Bridge, is also within close proximity to Ardrath.
Most conveniently, Celbridge is on the Dublin Bus route map, a comprehensive web of services that covers just about every area in the greater city. From Maynooth & Celbridge, there’s the 67 and 67X routes, a fast and regular route that takes commuters into Merrion Square, Dublin 2.
For those who need to travel further afield, Ardrath is situated close to the M4 motorway, which feeds directly to the M50, providing links to all major roads in Ireland. Both Dublin City Centre and Dublin Airport can be reached in under 30 minutes via the fast road links.
To register your interest today, please visit our website at www.ardrath.ie or contact joint selling agents Dillon Marshall New Homes on 01-4967574 – email firstname.lastname@example.org or Coonan New Homes on 01 6288400 – email email@example.com
Note 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.