Castlegrange primed for attic conversion
Castlegrange, Castaheaney, Dublin 15
Published 29/01/2016 | 02:30
There'll be plenty of space to accommodate an addition to the family at this new phase at the established development at Castlegrange - each of the homes has an extra-high roof built with dormer trusses to facilitate a future attic conversion.
The new release at the northwest Dublin scheme, a mix of three and four-bed semi-detached and detached, is pitched at young families and first-time buyers.
The utility rooms, off the kitchen/dining areas, and the living rooms, which have a built-in log-effect fireplace, are extra large with nine-foot ceilings on the ground floor adding to the sense of spaciousness.
There is also an extra amount of counter space in the contemporary hand-painted kitchens, designed by Kitchen Elegance.
The bedroom wardrobes are by Bedroom Elegance. PV solar panels to generate electricity and a heat recovery ventilation system contribute to the A3 energy rating and reduce running costs.
Outside, there is a Country Manor brick front and chalk-coloured UPVC windows, and the front gravel gardens are planted with hardy evergreen shrubs. There are fences made from timber panelling and concrete posts surrounding the seeded back gardens.
Prices range from €295,000 for the three-bed, €365,000 for the four-bed semi with garage, and €390,000 for the four-bed detached properties.
The homes, designed by McCrossan O'Rourke Manning, will be completed from March.
Castlegrange is located just off the M3 and is a few minutes' drive from Blanchardstown, Clonee and Clonsilla. There is public transport in the form of an Arrow train service and the number 39 bus.
A new show home has opened at Castlegrange, with viewings taking place this weekend, between 2pm and 4pm.
Enquiries to: DNG New Homes (01) 491 2600 or email@example.com.