Georgian-style grandeur in final phase of Meath scheme
Commuting residents can reach Dublin city centre in about 30 minutes
Since its launch in 2014, the Seachnall Abbey development in Dunshaughlin, Co Meath, has sold all 35 houses in the first two phases. The Georgian Collection of 15 homes is the final phase of the scheme.
The Georgian-style homes measure 232 square metres and are being brought to the market with Hora Property Consultants, which is asking for offers from €575,000.
Set around the restored Seachnall House and courtyard, the four-bed detached houses have sash windows, Georgian door frames,...
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