by Bronagh O’Loughlin


A 5.9-acre (24 hectares) residential site in Kilmessan county Meath has got the green light. The residential site comes with full planning permission for 63 houses.. The site is a short distance away from the towns of Trim, Navan and Dunshaughlin.

The site will provide for a mixture of three and four bedroom detached, semi-detached and terraced houses. It is being offered for sales through an agent called Coonan Property.

The guideline price for any would be buyer is €2.5 million. A majority of the village is designed as an architecture conservation area.

Kilmessan village offers many useful amenities such as pubs, shops, a church, schools and sporting clubs. The village houses many different sporting amenities in particular which include racing at Navan and Fairyhouse, golf at Killeen Castle in Knightsbrook and hunting and shooting are also available in the area.

The village also has easy access to Dublin with the M3 motorway being just a 6km drive away. There is