Edwardian exterior with box bay windows
Maoilin, Knocknacarra, Co Galway
Published 10/07/2015 | 02:30
This large development will eventually encompass 73 three and four-bedroom family homes, located on an elevated site just outside Galway city on the Ballymoneen Road, in Knocknacarra.
For now, there are 13, all three-beds, of the 'Alder' or 'Rowan' style. They will be joined in time by 'Hawthorn', a four-bed at 1,400 sq ft.
With a smooth plaster ochre front, cream detailing and trim, there is a hint of the Edwardian about the exterior - a large box bay window and some portico plaster work is attractive.
Drives are cobble-locked with Tobermore paving and greenery separating. The estate has been landscaped by Bernard Seymour Landscaping who has included a central green, playground and seating areas for residents on behalf of developer Burkeway, who was responsible for Brighton Square in Foxrock, Dublin among others.
The three-bed semi measures 1,184 sq ft and is priced from €293,000. There is a kitchen/dining room with utility off, living room, wc and storage room on the ground floor with three bedrooms, one ensuite upstairs along with the main bathroom.
The detached version is 1,227 sq ft and with a similar layout to the semi. It will start from €320,000 and there are three of these available in this phase. The A3 energy rating is thanks to photovoltaic solar panels, uPVC double-glazing and low-emission windows.
Enquiries to: O'Donnellan & Joyce (091) 564 212 or Sherry Fitzgerald (091) 569 181.