Georgian themed new development under construction
The Georgian Collection, Seachnall Abbey, Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath
Published 20/11/2015 | 02:30
Hora Homes, a developer that focuses almost exclusively on buyers who trade up to bigger homes close to the M50, has launched a phase of 15 large Georgian-style houses at Seachnall Abbey in the village of Dunshaughlin.
Period features at these 2,500-sq ft homes include sash windows, door cases with half-moon fanlights, natural slate roofs, and iron railings and street lighting out front.
Each residence will also have two reception rooms with stone fireplaces, wood-burning stoves and 9ft ceilings. There will be a large sunroom to the rear, an option of a country-style or modern kitchen, and the first floor will comprise four large double bedrooms, two of which will be en-suite. Despite the Georgian features, the properties all have the latest technologies in energy efficiency. The homes have an A3 energy rating and come with air to water heat pumps that provide heating and hot water 24 hours a day.
Seachnall Abbey is a low-density development of mainly detached houses that was first launched in 2014. The properties are set around the restored Seachnall House and courtyard. The first and second phase, which consisted of 35 Edwardian-style houses, were sold out, and The Georgian Collection marks the final phase. It is due to be completed next year.
Prices will start at €550,000 and go up to €650,000 for houses with double garages. The show house is currently under construction and five of the homes have already been sold off plans.
Enquiries to: Hora Property Consultants on (01) 6650456