Thursday 22 June 2017

Variety at The Paddocks

A raft of new apartments and houses are being launched this weekend in The Paddocks, in the Adamstown development in north Dublin. There are 10 different house types available, including a new three-bedroom semi-detached house (measuring 95sqm) that has a kitchen extension and an additional 20sqm attic room with a velux window.

These houses will have solar panels installed and an energy rating of B1. They will be available as mid- and end-of-terrace and semi-detached houses when building is completed by the autumn of this year. Prices start from €245,000.

The other house types available at reduced prices are two-bedroom apartments (82sqm) starting from €175,000; two-bedroom terraced houses (70sqm) from €199,950; three-bedroom mid- and end-of-terrace homes (90-144sqm) from €229,950, and three-bedroom semi-detached houses (90-106sqm) from €250,000.

Lastly, there are four-bedroom terraced houses (126sqm) starting from €289,950; four-bedroom semi-detached (115sqm) from €329,950; and five-bedroom detached homes (152sqm) from €420,000.

All share standard features, including fitted kitchen, built-in wardrobes and storage, en suites, high energy ratings, pre-wiring for phone and TV and gas-fired central heating.

Electrical appliances will also be supplied and fitted in the kitchen. There will be no stamp duty for owner-occupiers.

The Paddocks itself is located at the northern edge of Adamstown beside the Superquinn Lucan Shopping Centre. There's a crèche, two primary schools and a secondary school. More community facilities are planned, including a library, swimming pool and a sports and leisure centre.

There is a bus service from Adamstown to the city, and the journey time from Adamstown Train Station (which has park and ride facilities) is 14 minutes to Heuston Station.

Showhouses are on view tomorrow and Sunday from 3-5pm.

Contact Douglas Newman Good 01 4912606

Irish Independent

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