Country life in a convenient location

The lush, green parklands of Killeen Castle offer the perfect solution for those looking for a taste of the countryside close to the action. The Estate is just minutes from the bustling town of Dunshaughlin, a rapidly growing location for commuters thanks to its second-to-none links to Dublin City and beyond. Killeen Castle itself is less than 45 minutes from Dublin City Centre and just 30 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Despite the convenience of the location, residents in The Paddocks can enjoy perfect solitude in their natural surroundings. These magnificent sites are shielded from the outside by the beautiful woodland and stonework that mark the boundary of the demesne; residents can also rest easy knowing that they are part of a private gated community. 

Close to every amenity
you could want

Dunshaughlin is a growing bustling market town, popular with commuters and growing families alike. Despite its close proximity to Dublin City, the town is packed full of every amenity you could possibly want, including newsagents, pubs, restaurants, banks and supermarkets. Other public amenities include a library, a health centre, the Meath City Council civic offices and a large community and sports centre on the grounds of Dunshaughlin Community College.

For families, several childcare and educational options are available in the immediate area. Two primary schools, Gaelscoil na Ríthe and St Seachnall's, and one secondary school, Dunshaughlin Community College, are located in Dunshaughlin, while nearby Ratoath, Ashbourne and Dunboyne offer even more options. Many of Dublin’s well respected private schools are only a short commute away.

While taking in your beautiful surroundings at Killeen Castle or enjoying a round of golf on the Championship course might take up much of your leisure time, if you want to venture out of the gates, there’s much to discover. GAA, athletics and basketball are strong sports in Dunshaughlin, with dedicated clubs for each sport. 

As the former residence of the High King of Ireland, Meath is packed full of spectacular and culturally important sites. These include the idyllic Hill of Tara, the stunning Balrath Woods and the world-famous 5,000-year-old megalithic burial tombs of Newgrange. 

Enjoy an easy commute

The M3 motorway is just a short drive away, which connects commuters to the M50 in only 15 minutes, and to Dublin City Centre in less than 45 minutes. If you prefer public transport, a regular Bus Éireann service takes commuters into Dublin every half hour, while the M3 Parkway rail service at nearby Dunboyne runs passengers straight into Connolly Station in Dublin. 

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