Tuesday 17 October 2017

Malahide launch of revamped four-beds

Robswall, Malahide, Co Dublin

Robswall
Robswall

Five newly-revamped neo-Georgian homes are on the market at Robswall, a development that takes its name from Robswall Castle, a well-known landmark on the coast road between Malahide and Portmarnock.

Knight Frank has just relaunched the four-bed houses at The View and The Heights sections of Robswall after selling the first phase in 2015. The homes will be on view between 10am and 11pm tomorrow.

Prices for the properties range from €640,000 to €700,000, reflecting their location in the affluent maritime suburb of Malahide. The house sizes stretch from 1,884 sq ft to 2,131 sq ft, with three layout styles to choose from.

The houses at Robswall were first released back in 2007 but are now undergoing a gradual refurbishment programme to ensure they are in walk-in condition. Knight Frank has already sold 19 out of the 83 homes for U+I, a UK-listed property group formerly known as Development Securities, and a further 20 houses at The View and The Heights will be put up for sale in the coming months.

The homes at The Heights have high ceilings and large picture windows that take advantage of the sea views across Dublin Bay.

The décor also has a few Germanic touches, including an Alno kitchen with granite worktops designed by McNally Kitchens, LoddenKemper built-in German wardrobes, and a marble fireplace in the living room.

The village of Malahide and its upmarket bars, cafes and restaurants are just a short drive away.

The Dart service from the village reaches the centre of Dublin in about 25 minutes, connecting commuters with the Luas at Connolly Station. Robswall is also serviced by a number of regular bus routes, while the M50 is just a brief drive away.

Enquiries to: Knight Frank (01) 6342466.

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