Schools, sports clubs and easy city access: Family homes that tick all the boxes in Navan

WITH AMENITIES FOR families of all ages and stages of life, multiple transport links to Dublin and a great sense of community, it’s easy to understand why Navan, Co Meath has become a popular spot for buyers outside the capital. 

And the rapidly growing population numbers prove it. In 1991, Navan had a population of just 3,400. According to the 2016 Census, that has grown to more than 30,000.

An established commuter hub, there are two junctions onto the M3 both north and south of the town, meaning the trip to Dublin city can take 45 minutes by car or an hour via the Navan Express bus. Closer to home, Blanchardstown Centre is a 30-minute drive away, while jet-setters can be at Dublin Airport in 40 minutes. 


For families, there are a number of primary and secondary schools in and around the town centre, as well as sports clubs such as Navan O’Mahony’s GAA, Simonstown Gaels Gaa, Navan Rugby Club and much more.

The River Boyne and River Blackwater both run by the town, and provide peaceful locations to go on a walk or be close to nature. Blackwater Park, which measures an impressive 68 acres, is less than a five-minute drive from the town centre and offers the perfect spot to spend weekend mornings as a family. 

As for the town centre itself, Navan Shopping Centre is home to a Tesco, Penneys, Dealz, Dunnes Stores and Argos, while there are a number of smaller bars, restaurants and cafes dotted throughout the town.


If you’re tempted by Navan’s convenience and community spirit, then developments like like Glenveagh Homes’ Cois Glaisin and Cluain Adain should have a place on your must-view list. The developments offer families an idyllic place to live close to whatever they may need in Co Meath, while still being within easy access of the capital.  

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Homes at each development are designed for family living, with large living areas, seeded rear gardens and modern kitchens. Each property has an A-rating for energy efficiency, and incorporate sustainable and renewable technology resulting in lower energy costs. 

The last remaining three bedroom homes are available at Cois Glaisin from €285,000, while the final three-bed end-of-terrace homes at Cluain Adain are on the market from €265,000.  

Register your interest at Cois Glaisin here and at Cluain Adain here, or contact agent Raymond Potterton (046 902 7666) for more information.

Glenveagh Homes understands that buying a home is possibly the biggest decision you will ever make in your life – but we want to make it your easiest. That’s why we produce high-quality homes in great areas at competitive prices. Click here to find out more about other Glenveagh developments.


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