Unique Hawthorn Close abodes provide rare opportunity
Hawthorn Close, East Wall, Dublin 3
Published 11/11/2016 | 02:30
Hawthorn Close, a scheme of just three homes, is a rarity in the settled neighbourhood of East Wall, where few new developments have been launched in recent years.
Indeed, the scheme comprises the only A-rated homes advertised in the area at present.
The developer, Ballymastone Properties, acquired an end-of terrace cottage just off Hawthorn Avenue and knocked down the original house to gain access to the large garden, where the company set about building the three houses.
The location of Hawthorn Close, situated in a small cul-de-sac, is hard to beat for buyers who work at the IFSC, which is just a 25-minute walk away. The nearest Luas stop is a 20-minute walk.
Prices at Hawthorn Close range from €380,000 for the two-bed end-of-terrace property to €405,000 for the three-bed end-of-terrace home. There is designated off-street parking and bike storage, with more storage inside in the part-floored attics accessed by a Stira stairs.
Laminate timber flooring, carpets, kitchen appliances and tiling in the bathrooms are all included in the price. The bespoke kitchen units feature timber worktops and a chrome glass hood extractor. The bedroom wardrobes have a contemporary design and hand-painted doors. Throughout the house, the internal doors are made from timber, with glass panels and a satin finish with brushed chrome lever handles.
The three properties have an A3 BER thanks, in part, to the PV panels on the roof that generate electricity and an A-rated gas-fired central heating system with zoned heating controls.
Viewing is by appointment.
Enquiries to: Corry Estates (01) 8461122.