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Hamilton Park, Castleknock, Dublin 15

Prices from €655,000, For Sale

Description

Hamilton Park by the Park Developments Group consists of a mix of A-rated 3 and 4 bedroom houses along with 1 and 2 bedroom apartments which are coming to the market this SUMMER.

There will be a further phase of houses released this AUTUMN which will include more 3 and 4 bed semi-detached and detached homes in the Dillon, Orpen, Osborne and Lavery styles.

Currently ALL houses at Hamilton Park are RESERVED but you can register for cancellations at www.hamilton-park.ie. The various house plans and the development site plan can also be viewed at the Hamilton Park web address above.

The houses have been designed by award winning architects, O’Mahony Pike and come with fully fitted kitchens including appliances, fitted wardrobes to all bedrooms, tiled bathrooms and en-suites, Rationel triple glazed windows, solar thermal panels and a 10 year Homebond guarantee. All houses at Hamilton Park are "A" rated and there are no management fee’s payable for house owners.

Located just off the Diswellstown Road and next door to St. Patricks National School in Castleknock, this attractive new development of 3 and 4 bedroom A rated homes is located just 25-30 minutes from Dublin City Centre and 5 minute drive from Castleknock Village.

The Park Developments Group have already built a considerable number of houses in the area from the early 1980's onwards. They include Luttrellstown Wood, Bramley Wood, Burnell Park and Warren Park. Other Park Development Group developments include, Mount St. Annes in Milltown, Hanover Quay, Dublin 2, Carrickmines Wood, Kelston in Foxrock, The Gallops in Leopardstown and Addison Park in Glasnevin to name a few.

For further information please see www.hamilton-park.ie or contact Sherry FitzGerald New Homes on 01-667-1888

BER: A2-A3 (certificates can be viewed with agent)

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