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By: Merlon Developments  05/12/2011
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Ryebridge, a Merlon Development situated in Kilcock, has just commenced construction (July 2005).  (Launching from plans, Friday 30th. September 2005) Further information, is available from our :-

A - 3 bed townhouse 1,120 sq.ft.

A1 - 3 bed townhouse 1,150 sq.ft.

B - 2 bed townhouse 925 sq.ft.

E1 - 4 bed townhouse 1,248 sq.ft.

A2 - 3 bed townhouse 1,042 sq.ft.

G - 4 bed semi-detached house 1,340 sq.ft.

I - 2 bed duplex 721 sq.ft.

I1 - 3 bed duplex 1,108 sq.ft.

L - 2 bed apartment 818 sq.ft.

Houses in the first phase of this most desirable location will come on the market shortly (Launching from plans, Friday 30th. September 2005) - please keep an eye in papers for further information.

Ryebridge has been designed to offer you the very best of modern living with modern spacious designs and ample green amenity spaces. Sporting facilities abound in Kilcock with a GAA clubhouse and two full size pitches, an all-weather running track with an active athletic club, fishing and canoeing facilities on the canal as well as superb golfing at Kilcock, Knockanally and Carlton House Golf Club.

    1. Primary and secondary schools including Gael Scoil

    2. Local Supermarkets plus Dunnes Stores and Tesco supermarkets in Maynooth

    3. Multitude of local specialist shops

    4. Sports facilities include: golfing, canoeing, soccer, basketball, GAA, rugby, hockey and fishing. Kilkock is also in the heart of the bloodstock and racing country

The North Kildare region is a prosperous area of high employment with many new business parks and hi-tech industries located there.

These include Intel and Hewlett Packard at Leixlip employing over 10,000 people. Kilkock also has a substantial employment base. The vibrant NUI Maynooth also is a major employer. So, as an investment, the properties at Ryebridge really do stack up.

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