Dillon Marshall are pleased to introduce Ard na Mara, a new development which comprises nine stunning four bedroom detached homes.
Based in the beautiful town of Donacarney County Meath, this prime location is superbly connected to nature and the surrounding towns, making it one of the most enviable addresses in the area. With houses built to premium quality and easy access to transport facilities, a home at Ard na Mara allows you to experience the joys of being part of a coastal community while living at the height of luxury.
Donacarney is truly blessed with an abundance of natural beauty. Getting out in the open air is easy with the nearby seaside village of Bettystown offering several cafes, restaurants, and a stunning view over the Irish Sea. Discover the wonder of Louth Nature Trust, a nature reserve alongside the River Boyne, only moments away from your front door.
Contemporary kitchens and worktops with kitchen islands, all islands will come ready for fully integrated appliances and spacious utility room off kitchen area. Each home will have an A BER rating, have smoke detectors and heat sensor fitted as standard, electrical car charger point, be wired for security alarm, and have brushed chrome sockets on all floors. Drymaster ventilation units will be fitted in each home and heating will be through high-efficiency air to water heat pump with underfloor heating on the ground floor and radiators upstairs.
Location & Amenities
Wicklow Town is the capital town of Co. Wicklow. According to local history, this lovely coastal town was founded circa AD 795 by the Vikings. The Black Castle ruins which overlook the harbour stand as a reminder of the Norman invasion. The harbour and its surrounds play an integral part in the life of the town, both commercially and from a tourist point of view. Enjoy a stroll out either of the piers or further along The Murrough, a coastal wetland, very popular with walkers and nature lovers where you can enjoy beautiful views of the town and coastline.
Wicklow Town has an excellent assortment of sporting activities including Tennis, Cricket, Sailing, Rugby and GAA as well as Wicklow Golf Club which was founded in 1904 and is located between the town and Wicklow Head. Getting to work is simple for Carrig Beag residents. Only one hour to Dublin city centre and with readily available bus and rail links, commutes don't come much more convenient. If you are heading away, Dublin Airport is less than an hour away via car.
Social facilities including pubs such as Phil Healy's, The Bridge Tavern and The Brass Fox, cafes for light bites such as The Coffee Shop and Halpin's Bridge Café and restaurants like The Lighthouse Restaurant, Pepe's Ristorante and Dhaka House mean that you won't have to travel far for a night out.