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59 Woodlawn Park Drive, Firhouse, Dublin 24

€375,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 99 sqm approx

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Three Bedroom Family Homes, Castlechurch, Newcastle, Co Dublin

€320,000 - Asking Price|3 Bedrooms, 107 sqm approx

The Alouette is a very attractive 3 bed semi-detached house extending to 107 sq.m. or 1,152 sq.ft. This house is double fronted with the stairs running through the middle of property. The main reception room runs from the front to the back of the house, whilst on the other side of the hall the kitchen diner is also dual aspect allowing lots of light to flood into the property. The kitchen also benefits from a utility room and there is direct access from the kitchen to the back garden. On the first floor are three good sized bedrooms, the master is en-suite and there is also a further family bathroom on this level. All the houses are concrete built and will come with fully fitted high gloss kitchens, high quality wardrobes and fully fitted bathrooms and en-suites.

The Alouette 3 bedroom homes are located in various locations throughout this boutique development and prices start From €320,000. For current availability, please contact Sherry FitzGerald New Homes on 01-667-1888

All these new houses will come with a A3 BER rating making them extremely efficient to heat. Careful consideration has been given to the layout of Castlechurch, which is a small scheme and the houses have been strategically positioned to enjoy the best aspect, privacy and views over the generous landscaped green areas. The design consideration continues internally with extra-height windows cleverly placed to maximise sunlight, and an exceptionally high standard of features offered as standard. Front facades will be finished in traditional high quality brick and render, which is ideal for the 2 storey design – an increasingly rare house type to find in an A-rated New Home. A particularly attractive feature of this Newcastle location, is its position opposite the Motte and Bailey which served the historical Norman Castle (thought to have given Newcastle its name), the remains of which can still be seen today. This unique village setting also belies its convenience with journey times to Dublin city centre often less than 40 minutes by car. Castlechurch is just a short commute to the Citywest Campus Luas Red Line, approx. 15 mins from the M50 and easily accessible to the commuter train at Adamstown/Hazelhatch train stations. Local amenities include good schools and childcare, all types of sporting clubs – from G.A.A. to rugby, golf and aviation – and plentiful retail options and shopping centres.

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