Family abodes with Montessori on site
Beechpark, Leixlip, Co Kildare
The 14 new homes for sale at Beechpark will particularly appeal to parents of young children, as there is a crèche and Montessori on site.
Building work on this scheme, a mix of three, four and five-bed terraced and semi-detached properties, began in 2005 and multiple phases have followed, with another due next year. The scheme, built by Kilbegnet Developments, is targeted at families - the homes look out on to a large green area and have attics ripe for conversion.
The latest additions are scheduled to be completed between November and January. Among the properties for sale are three-bed mid-terrace houses measuring 1,166 sq ft, with an extra 338 sq ft in the attic, and priced at €285,000. They have a kitchen/dining area, a guest WC and a living room on the ground floor, with three beds, one ensuite and a bathroom upstairs.
There is also an end-of-terrace house available at €320,000. The semi-detached three-beds are slightly larger at 1,212 sq ft, with prices starting from €325,000.
The four-bedroom semi-detached houses are 1,426 sq ft in size, with an additional 475 sq ft available through an attic conversion.
They have an L-shaped kitchen/dining/seating area with a breakfast bar, a separate living room to the front and a guest WC on the ground floor. Prices here will start from €370,000.
At the top end are five-bed end-of-terrace and semi-detached houses which measure 1,649 sq ft, with prices starting at €399,950.
Passive house principles have been adopted at Beechpark, with solar PV and heat recovery ventilation systems and high-performance glazing.
Viewings are held on Saturdays and Sundays, between 2pm-4pm.
Enquiries to: DNG New Homes (01) 491 2600 or see www.beechparkleixlip.com.
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