The final release of 3 bed homes are now available at the Glenveagh Homes-built Ruxton Oaks development in Blackcastle, Navan, Co Meath, with prices starting from €310,000.
There’s few things more frustrating than missing out on something. Be it the concert tickets you’ve been dying to get your hands on, the last pastry in the bakery that you’ve been dreaming about all day or, even worse, seeing that bus or train that you’re meant to be on pull off when you’re just yards away.
If all those relatively minor things are annoying, just think how annoyed you’d be if you missed out on your dream home.
With the final release of 3 beds now available at Ruxton Oaks in Blackcastle, Navan, Co Meath this really could be your last chance to live in this modern and stylish new development from Glenveagh Homes.
Ruxton Oaks consists of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom family homes located at a historic and mature residential setting just north of Navan.
The development is close to a wide range of amenities including schools, leisure facilities and excellent transport links.
Ruxton Oaks has something to offer every type of resident from the first-time buyer to growing families. The houses are particularly spacious and ideal for families of all ages. A fluid layout is enhanced by bright and airy hallways, while big, high-spec windows make the most of the natural light.
Each room is also designed with modern life in mind with large living areas and kitchens ideal for family get togethers while the bedrooms offer the perfect sanctuary. Externally high quality materials and innovative building methods ensure homes that look great and are guaranteed to stand the test of time.
Ruxton Oaks is located at Blackcastle, a well-regarded residential setting just north of Navan. As well as a wide range of amenities, they also offer beautiful scenery over the River Boyne and its mature forestry. The M3 and M2 motorways are also just a few minutes away while for commuters there are several bus routes as well as a park and ride facility a short drive away in Dunboyne.
The area is steeped in history with Navan at the heart of the Boyne Valley region. With a wide range of attractions nearby, you can also take into the beautiful Boyne Ramparts Walk, a linear stretch of 8km pathway that runs from Navan to Stackallen that takes in Babe’s Bridge (the oldest bridge on the river) and passes by the ruins of Dunmoe Castle and Ardmulchan Church.
As Ireland’s fifth largest town, Navan is packed with amenities for all the family. There are a wide selection of primary and second level schools in the area as well as three shopping centres, two hospitals and two parks. Navan also has a wealth of sporting facilities including a tennis club, rugby club, boxing club, pitch and putt club, hockey club, gymnastics club and several GAA clubs.