Heat-saving semis going fast in Naas
Landen Park, Naas, Co Kildare
Show houses will open this weekend to market the third phase of Landen Park, a collection of detached and semi-detached homes set amidst the 14-acre historic parklands surrounding Oldtown Demesne in Naas, Co Kildare.
Even though the development was only launched in March 2015, more than half of the 112 properties being built at Landen Park have been sold and a third are already occupied. So far, many of the purchasers are young couples and families.
The names of the four house types available at Landen Park have an avian theme to reflect its location on the grounds of the early 18th-century leafy estate and the Palladian-winged Oldtown House.
The Lark is a semi-detached style with four bedrooms over two levels and costs from €368,000, while the Pheasant, Swan and Heron are all four-bed detached properties and are priced from €525,000, €500,000 and €465,000, respectively.
Show houses for the Pheasant and Swan house types have been kitted out by Michelle Hetherington, 2015's Fit-Out Designer of the Year, and will be open for viewing tomorrow and Sunday, between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.
Built by Capital Homes, all of the homes at Landen Park are equipped with an external charging point for electric cars.
Indeed, the scheme was the first of its kind in Ireland to include this feature as standard.
The A-rated properties also come with gas-condensing boilers, low u-value windows and external doors to minimise heat loss, and low-emission argon-filled windows that reflect heat back into rooms.
PV solar panels have been fitted to generate electricity and heat water, reducing energy costs even further.
Landen Park is a short walk from Naas town, while the Punchestown and Curragh racecourses, the Japanese Gardens and Kildare Village outlet shopping centre are all a quick drive away.
Residents at the development who commute to Dublin can walk to Sallins rail station, which has 20 services a day to Heuston Station, with some services taking just 21 minutes to reach the city. Motorists can access the M7 motorway.
A video of the new development is available to view on landenpark.ie.
Enquiries to: REA Coonan (01) 6286128 or Sherry Fitzgerald O'Reilly (045) 86666