Stylish family homes in Drogheda from €275k - with apartments on offer too

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Amy Mulvaney 17/09/2020
Bryanstown Wood is a five-minute drive from Drogheda town.


A NEW DEVELOPMENT in Drogheda, Co Meath, a selection of homes are now available at Bryanstown Wood.

There are three-bedroom terrace, end-of-terrace and semi-detached houses on the market, as well as two-bed apartments. Prices for the three-beds start at €275,000 for a terraced property.


Located on the south side of Drogheda town, near the Louth-Meath border, Bryanstown Wood is ideally positioned for commuters, with both the M1 and Drogheda train station just a five-minute drive away. Similarly, families are sure to appreciate being close to a selection of primary schools, secondary schools and pre-schools. A purpose-built creche on site will make the morning rush a bit easier. 


The houses themselves are modern and stylish, with contemporary fitted kitchens and multiple energy efficient features. High levels of insulation and air tightness reduce heat loss, while all houses will be wired for electric car charging.

Kitchens are designed to be a multi-use space, with a dining and lounge area, plus French doors to the rear garden. All gardens are levelled and seeded, and include a patio for dining al fresco. 

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Other features include sleek fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms, matte grey wall and floor tiling in the bathrooms and a pull-down attic ladder for extra storage.

For sunny summer days, Bettystown Beach is a 15-minute drive away, while younger members of the family can make use of being within walking distance of Funstasia Theme Park. There’s no shortage of shops, restaurants or sports and leisure clubs in Drogheda town, but the drive to Dublin city will take only 45 minutes if you need to make the trip. 

Homes at Bryanstown Wood, Beamore Road, Drogheda, Co Meath are on the market from €275,000 through Shane Black via