€375,000 - Asking Price|4 Bedrooms
The 4 bedroom homes at Castlechurch are semi-detached in style and range in size from 131 –136 sq.m. The Westland is a 4 bed semi-detached extending to 131 sq.m. or 1,419 sq.ft. and is double fronted in its layout with a very large kitchen dining room, downstairs and large reception room on the opposite side of the hallway. There are 3 double bedrooms on the first floor with a fourth single bedroom on this level. The master bedroom is en-suite and there is a further family bathroom on this level. The rooms in the 4 bedroom Westland are very well proportioned and the houses are built with an attractive buff coloured brick.
The Augusta is the alternative 4 bedroom semi-detached house in a more traditional design with the reception room to the front of the house and a large kitchen diner to the rear of the property overlooking the garden. There are 3 double bedrooms on the first floor with a fourth single bedroom on this level. The master bedroom is en-suite and there is a further family bathroom. The Augusta extends to 136 sq.m or 1,465 sq.ft and is a very attractive family home for those looking to trade up. 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. 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. Castlechurch is being developed by Barina New Homes which have been at the forefront of constructing quality homes in the Dublin region for over 40 years. For further information see castlechurch.ie