Royal deals from the receiver
Published 17/06/2011 | 05:00
Receiver Kieran Wallace is selling off the last few houses and apartments in two Dublin commuter belt developments in Meath, the Royal County, with some prices cut as low as €125,000.
In the Inse Bay development in Laytown (left) , which is serviced by the Dart line, the last four houses, consisting of two-bedroom semi-detached and one detached house of 86sqm, are selling for €150,000.
Accommodation includes an open plan living room, kitchen and dining room. The two double bedrooms are ensuite.Laytown beach is a short walk away.
All of the other homes in the development have been sold. At the peak of the boom the houses sold for €280,000.
Further inland in Segrave Square (right)near Ashbourne Town Centre, two-bedroom apartments of 75sqm are selling for €125,000.
Only five of 41 units in the project are unsold. Segrave Square is located on Castle Street just a stone's throw from Ashbourne Town Centre where there are a range of amenities to meet a purchaser's needs.Each apartment is finished to a high standard, wired for multi-room audio/TV and comes with a C3 energy rating.
Both projects were developed by Woodgreen Builders.
For sales enquires contact Grimes Real Estate Alliance 01 8350392