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New http://www.downloadabrochure.com web site is already attrac ting a considerable number of visitors to the Inse Bay development in Laytown Co. Meath. Visitors to the web site can simply downloan a colourful brochure and see the house floor plans.
By: Dermot Hayes-McCoy
And what are you doing next weekend? Well, if you like what you see in the brochure, you should hurry down to visit the Showhouse at Inse Bay, and put your name on one of those new houses as soon as you can.
These two bedroom houses in Laytown, Co. Meath, home of the famous Laytown Races, are already attracting a considerable amount of attention from buyers eager to experience the tranquillity and beauty of this historic location. That’s because they are just perfect for first time buyers who want more than just to get their foot on the housing ladder - but who also want to experience this magnificent coastal site in all its glory. An absolute winner!
And talking about winners reminds me to mention to you that nothing is quite so exhilarating and spectacular as the Laytown Races. The kick of the sand, the spray of the sea and the thunder of hooves has to be seen to be believed. As the only official beach horse racing site in Europe it can quite rightly claim the title of unique. Held every year for over a hundred years, not even two world wars could stop such an event. People come from around the world to relish the experience but the people of Laytown have it right on their doorstep.
But it’s not just about the races, Inse Bay has a beguiling beauty all of its own. And Laytown’s seaside village character, complete with cosy pubs and the local restaurants are sure to enchant, making you feel instantly at ease and at home within this intimate community. The nearby villages of Bettystown and Mornington have their own special charm and await your discovery of them.
The area is steeped in history, from the Hill of Tara to Newgrange, a huge variety of ancient sites are but a stone’s throw away. The Battle of the Boyne was fought close by in Oldbridge, and let’s not forget the Tara Brooch, which was found right here on the beach in Laytown!
Entertainment is all within easy reach, of course. There’s a scuba diving centre, tennis grounds, the renowned Laytown golf links (home of the famous Ryder Cup golfer Des Smyth) and of course fantastic horse riding facilities, all only minutes away. Schools and a crèche are also nearby, and the local Neptune Beach Hotel comes complete with a state of the art leisure centre.
Location-wise, Inse Bay, Laytown couldn’t be better, situated in its own idyllic section of the countryside yet close enough to take advantage of all the amenities that both Dublin and nearby Drogheda has to offer. Drogheda itself is a short 15 minutes away and offers fantastic shopping, cinemas, art galleries and a thriving theatre scene.
Dublin is never out of reach either, accessible by car, rail or bus, ensuring the perfect mixture of both country and city life. The commute to Dublin is easy, with no less than six trains that will have you in Dublin before 9am, taking only 40 minutes on average from your doorstep to the city centre.
At the time of going to print, buyers could get their hands on a 2 bedroom home in Inse Bay, Laytown, from under €290,000. With property prices this low, can you afford not to look? Check out www.downloadabrochure.com to obtain a full brochure on these fantastic new properties.
Go for it, check it out and imagine the life you could be living!
I’ll see you on the beach.
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About Dermot Hayes-McCoy. Dermot has been working on the new www.downloadabrochure development concept and website.