4 Sale Agreed

Bracetown, Clonee, Co Meath, D15 KD66 D15 KD66

1 Bed, Development Land. SALE AGREED. Viewing Strictly by appointment

  • Property Ref: 330
  • 1 Bed

Excellent opportunity to purchase c.22.6 acres of Zoned Development Land at Clonee, Co Meath. Recently zoned 'E2/E3' - General enterprise and employment/warehouse distribution .

The property is situated c.3 kms north west of Clonee Village and c.18kms north west of Dublin City Centre, on the R147 and less than a kilometre from the M3. It is within 1kms of the East Parkway train station and has a Dublin Bus route on the road adjacent. Located immediately beside Bracetown Business Park, The Hub, Drummonds, Rennicks Sign Factory, with the new Facebook Data Centre and Takeda Manufacturing facility in close proximity , the surrounding area is ear marked by Meath County Council for growth and development.

Clonee, Ongar, Blanchardstown and Ratoath are all within the catchment area of Bracetown. Blanchardstown is a large outer suburb of Dublin in the modern county of Fingal, Ireland. Located ten km north-west of the Dublin city centre, it has developed since the 1960s from a small village to a point where Greater Blanchardstown is the largest urban area in Fingal.

Ongar is an outer western suburb of Dublin, Ireland. Developed on a greenfield basis since 2001, it comprises the townlands of Castaheany and "Hansfield or Phibblestown", within the ancient Barony of Castleknock, County Dublin. It is close to Castleknock, Blanchardstown and Clonsilla. The development has a number of amenities on the main street, there are several schools in the area, and the nearby railway line at Hansfield railway station connects to the Luas Green Line and ultimately the N3 national route / M3 motorway. Employers in the nearby business parks and "Greater Blanchardstown" include Intel, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Kepak and eBay.

Clonee is a village and a townland in County Meath, Ireland. It borders Fingal to the east at the townlands of Huntstown and Littlepace, and is sometimes used in addresses for housing in those townlands.

Ratoath is a village in County Meath, Ireland. The R125 and R155 roads meet in the village. At the 2016 census, there were 9,533 people living in Ratoath.