Meadows Way, Carlow Town

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This beautifully finished development features an impressive range of three and four bedroom homes. As with all our developments, every house is finished to the highest specification. No expense is spared in providing you with the perfect home for you and your family.These properties include attractive features such as a quality designed fitted kitchen, feature fireplace, mixture of quality flooring and much more. To the front there is a neat garden with off street parking, a side gate leads to the rear garden. Standard features include PVC double glazed windows throughout and natural gas central heating. Viewing is highly recommended.

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Special Features

• Quality designed kitchen
• Fitted wardrobes in two bedrooms
• Natural gas central heating
• Quality fireplace in all homes
• PVC double glazed windows
• Coving in lounge and hallway
• Recessed lights to kitchen area
• Solid timber panel doors throughout
• T&G flooring upstairs
• Downstairs W.C.
• Telephone and T.V. points
• PVC facia & soffits
• Internal walls skimmed and painted
• 9ft high ceilings downstairs
• Dry dashing finish to side and rear walls
• Plumbed and wired for washing machine
• Wired for burglar alarm
• Wired for internet access
• Wired for surround sound in lounge
• Smoke alarm fitted
• HomeBond 10 year structural guarantee


Local Amenities

Meadows Way is ideally located only minutes from the Carlow Northern Relief Road providing easy access to Dublin, Wexford and Waterford/Kilkenny routes.

Well served by schools and recreational facilities within its own community of Graiguecullen, the development is within walking distance of rail and national bus terminals and the extensive shopping and leisure facilities offered by Carlow Town. The Carlow Institute of Technology, offering third level education, is also only moments away.

History of Carlow Town

History has it that at one time the converging rivers Barrow and Burrin overflowed to form four lakes, giving the name “Ceatharlach”, now Carlow, to this area that is known as the “Celtic Centre of Ireland”. The impressive River Barrow has long provided a border between the counties of Carlow and Laois and has overseen an interesting and turbulent history from Carlow Town’s status as an Anglo-Norman stronghold to the burial of the 1798 rebels in Graiguecullen.


From Carlow: Travel along Leighlin Road and turn left onto Springhill Road. Meadows Way is located on the left hand side.


Directors: B. Greene, N. Greene | Registered Office: Beaux Lane House, Mercer Street Lower, Dublin 2 | Reg No: 109025