Electric car charge points at Landen
Landen Park, Oldtown, Demesne, Naas, Co Kildare
Published 26/02/2016 | 02:30
Eight new homes are for sale at Landen Park, a Naas scheme built on the Oldtown Demesne, a 14ac parkland site.
The scheme was launched in March 2015 and 46 of the 112 detached and semi-detached homes being built at the scheme have been sold so far. Most of the purchasers have been families or young couples, the selling agent said.
New arrivals to Landen Park can avail of the woods and gardens at Oldtown Demesne, which spans the banks of the Grand Canal.
The Oldtown estate once spanned 3,000ac and was bought by Thomas Burgh, Surveyor General of Ireland in the early 18th century and a forefather of singer Chris de Burgh. The four styles of properties that comprise Landen Park are all named after birds.
There are three types of four-bed detached homes, which range in price from €465,000 to €525,000 and are called The Swan, The Heron, and The Pheasant. The Lark, meanwhile, is a four-bed semi-detached house type and is priced from €365,000.
The scheme features external charging points for electric cars, the first development of its kind to include this as standard. The energy-efficient homes also have gas-condensing boilers, underfloor heating on the ground floor, u-valve windows and doors, and low-emission argon-filled windows that reflect heat back into the rooms. PV solar panels have been fitted to generate electricity and heat water. Public transport links include the Arrow rail service, while motorists can access the M7 motorway.
Enquiries to: REA Coonan (01) 6286128 or Sherry FitzGerald O'Reilly (045) 866466.