To say that Árd Branagh is convenient is something of an understatement. With Junction 16 of the M7 motorway only 3 minutes away, the M50 is a mere 35 minutes commute.
There are numerous mainline rail links along with several other highly frequent public transport links for easy and rapid access directly into and out of Dublin City Centre. Árd Branagh, Dublin Road, Portlaoise. Convenient urban living in a country setting.
Árd Branagh is located within walking distance of several shops, cafes, schools, bus routes, hospital and the town centre. There are also several well established popular walking routes, all on your doorstep.
Árd Branagh is an exclusive development which will be limited to a maximum of 60 homes in a spacious and quiet setting.
This equates to a very generous development density of approximately 7.5 houses per acre which is only a fraction of that of most other modern urban residential developments.
Each Árd Branagh home features the very best in fixtures and fittings and is finished to the highest exacting standard. Our design team have carefully selected the designer kitchens and bathrooms and have specified features such as additional storage space and innovative heating systems to ensure these homes are comfortable and perfect for modern living.
Residents of Árd Branagh will enjoy the best of modern urban living along with the community spirit that these exclusive neighbourhoods offer.
Portlaoise is provided with a wide range of services and amenities, commensurate with its standing as the principal town in County Laois. There are a number of playing facilities within the town, in particular those at Portlaoise GAA Club, Portlaoise Rugby Club and Portlaoise Soccer Club, each of which offers sporting amenities of a high standard. Peoples Park, to the immediate south of the town, provides a significant outdoor recreation and amenity facility for the town, providing walking trails, nature trails, outdoor teaching facilities, a playground and other similar facilities. It is one of only twenty such parks in Ireland to be awarded a Green Flag, an international standard benchmark for open spaces. The Midland Regional Hospital is located within the town and provides important healthcare services for Portlaoise and surrounding areas. The Council is also in the preparatory stages of a Public Realm Strategy for Portlaoise, which will provide a long term plan for the ongoing improvement and upgrade of the public realm of Portlaoise.
There are a number of primary and secondary schools in Portlaoise. Portlaoise College also provides further education facilities within the town and operated by the Laois and Offaly Education and Training Board Further Education Service.
Portlaoise benefits from the provision of fibre broadband, with a number of fibre cabinets located within the town and providing reliable broadband speeds. The town will also benefit from further improvements in broadband speeds, as part of Eir’s rollout of improved broadband services throughout the country.
Portlaoise is located approximately 100km (1 hour’s driving) from Dublin Airport and Dublin Port and is provided with direct and high-quality access to both, via the M7 and M50 motorways. The town is identified as a strategic transport node, with the capacity to develop related economic and logistics activities.
Whether you’re interested in martial arts, equestrian trails, GAA, or fancy improving your golfing handicap on any one of the regions six quality golf courses, Portlaoise also caters for a range of alternative and minority sports. It has a thriving Trinity Triathlon club, four indoor swimming pools, all-weather pitches, basketball and boxing clubs, a full range equestrian pursuits and even a surf club!!