First-floor living rooms built to maximise 52ac park views
Belltree, Clongriffin, Dublin 13
The two family homes still on the market in the current phase of Belltree in Clongriffin make the most of the development's vista over Father Collins Park - the three-beds have a second living room on the first floor that overlooks the 52ac amenity.
The two remaining properties are from the phase of mid-terrace homes released in early March at the scheme, which was built by Gannon Homes beside Ireland's first wind-powered and sustainable public park.
Both houses have 1,506 sq ft of space laid out over three floors, come with private rear gardens, and are priced from €330,000.
The selling agent says the three-beds are "substantially larger" than most of their counterparts at other new developments. Indeed, there is space for two reception rooms, one of which is a family room on the ground floor that could also be used as a dining room or guest room.
There is also a fitted kitchen on this level that opens out on to the rear garden, as well as a separate utility room and a WC. The second reception room and one of the three bedrooms are on the first floor, while the second floor is home to a master bedroom with an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, the third bedroom and a family bathroom.
The bathrooms and kitchens are by Cawleys. Solar panels that provide a low-cost supply of hot water as well as double-glazed uPVC windows contribute to the homes' A3 energy rating. Belltree, which is located off the Hole-in-the-Wall Road, will eventually have 114 dwellings. The Dart from Clongriffin takes about 20 minutes to travel to Connolly Station. There is also a terminus for the 15 bus route at Clongriffin.
Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald (New Homes) 01 6671888