An Idyllic Location
With Unlimited Access
Oldtown Walk serves as a peaceful haven for its inhabitants, providing an escape from its busy and bustling surroundings while remaining uncompromising in its location.
As the name itself suggests, one of the key focuses of the development is on the maturity of the site, which contains a fantastic combination of old and new, with the plot incorporating much of the lands original trees and natural vegetation into the development.
With only fifty homes on offer in Oldtown Walk, the emphasis is placed on close community living, whilst also offering the luxury of space and tranquility. Ranging from 3 and 4 bed semi-detached to 4 and 5 bed detached houses, diversity also plays a role in what the site has to offer.
These new houses will bring a strong sense of homeliness, elegance and establishment in a location that will not be beaten. In short, Oldtown Walk will offer you a home, not just a house.
Oldtown Walk can be found on the outskirts of one of Dublin’s most vibrant commuter towns. With the countries capital within an easy commute, and the M7 providing impeccable access, this new development of fifty homes offers the ideal location for someone wishing to avail of the endless amenities Dublin City caters for.
Access to the capital is also provided through the Sallins and Naas train line, which serves Galway, Limerick, Waterford and Cork. To add to this, Naas itself is home to a variety of prosperous multinational businesses, with companies such Kerry Group and Dawn Farms having established bases here.
The town of Naas offers a superb selection of restaurants, pubs and food outlets. Within walking distance of Oldtown Walk is the Monread Shopping Centre which has an excellent choice of stores.
The prestigious Kildare Village and the Whitewater Shopping Centre are just a short commute away.
Both primary and secondary schools can be found in abundance in the area. Naas has a range of secondary schools offering a choice of mixed, exclusively boys and exclusively girls options.
The illustrious Newbridge College is found just a short commute away. Naas is also serviced by a number of primary schools and third level education is very well catered for, with Maynooth University on its doorstep, as well as the diverse range of colleges Dublin city has to offer.
In the line of leisure and recreation, one is well and truly spoilt for choice. World-renowned Punchestown Racecourse is a short trip away, and along with Naas Race Course, provides the dream location for sport and horse racing enthusiasts.
As well as this, the Show Jumping Association of Ireland is rooted in Naas along with Craddockstown and Naas Golf Clubs. Elegance is never far away with The K-Club and Palmerstown House Estate providing the perfect escape, while the Moat Theatre offers excellent evening entertainment.