Coming Soon– Norabrook is an attractive development of just 18 large 4/5 bedroom family homes situated in a wonderful location at the junction of St Lawrence's Road and the Howth Road in leafy Clontarf, only 3.5 miles from the city centre.
The houses are built with elegant red brick facades and are built in a traditional style to fit in with the houses in the surrounding environs. Many of the houses benefit from a south facing rear garden. This McGreevy Development is consistent with all their others with a focus on design, build quality and style. The houses will be fitted with high quality German Leicht kitchens with Silestone counter tops and integrated appliances, wardrobes to all bedrooms supplied by Bedroom Elegance, high quality sanitary ware and tiles in bathrooms and en-suites, natural gas central heating and all the houses are “A-Rated”. There are three main houses types available from 4/5 bed terraced houses, to 4/5 bed semi-detached houses and finally there are 3 detached houses.
Norabrook is within walking distance of an excellent range of shops at both Killester Village and Clontarf. The Clontarf Seafront is within a short stroll down St. Lawrence’s Road and the DART station at Killester links you to the city centre within minutes. Clontarf has a host of family amenities from Seaside walks, boating at Clontarf Yacht Club, a host of rugby, soccer and GAA clubs to golf at Royal Dublin or St. Anne’s. St. Anne’s Park which is only a short drive away, is a 270 acre park which includes weekend food markets, a café, playgrounds, tennis courts and playing fields. Dollymount Stand is also a local amenity for bird watching, beach walks and family picnics. The Clontarf Road is currently being enhanced to create a stunning bike lane to take you from the city through Clontarf and onwards out to Sutton and Howth
This new homes scheme is a McGreevy Development, a long-established Clontarf-based development company. Previous developments in the area include Redcourt Oaks, Seafield Road East, Seafield Grove and St Brigid’s, Killester. The company has been building new homes in Dublin for over 40 years.