Plenty of leisure facilities to keep you in shape
Price: From €105K
Where: Herberton, St James's Walk, Dublin 8
Details: New houses and apartments
A new phase of four houses and 11 apartments has been released for sale at Herberton, St. James's Walk, just off South Circular Road in Dublin 8. It is situated just opposite a Luas stop.
The prices have been reduced by up to 60pc per unit from peak prices. One of the attractions of the development is its 2,500sqm leisure centre, Herberton Leisure, which includes a gym and swimming pool.
Home purchasers are being given one year's free membership. A 5-a-side all-weather football pitch is also on site.
Many of the apartments have been designed and orientated to take advantage of the views across the city and incorporate large glazed areas in order to give a sense of light and spaciousness not commonly found in similar developments.
The one-bedroom apartments range in size from 45-54sqm and are priced from €105,000. Two-bedroom apartments range in size from 64-74sqm and are priced from €149,950. Three-bedroom apartments range in size from 93-107sqm cost €210,000.
Designed in a town house style, the three-bedroom houses extend to 98sqm and accommodation includes livingroom, kitchen/dining area, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom, three bathrooms and a storage area. They are priced at €199,950.
The mix of residential, commercial, retail and leisure at Herberton makes it an integrated development where residents will have everything they need on hand.
Alongside retailers and cafés, Herberton has a superb on-site leisure centre with gymnasium and playing pitches mean that the fitness devotees are well catered for. The tree-lined boulevards and landscaped village park offer plenty of strolling space for those looking for something less strenuous.
They will be on view Saturday 2-4pm or by appointment.
Hooke & MacDonald (01 6318402) and Coldwell Banker (01 4110012)
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