Tuesday 22 August 2017

Victorian theme on the banks of the Dodder

Corrybeg Way, Templeogue, Dublin 6W

Corrybeg Way, Templeogue, Dublin 6W
Corrybeg Way, Templeogue, Dublin 6W

Backing onto the river Dodder in Templeogue, near where the poet Austin Clarke lived, is a slice of Victorian design without any of the maintenance headaches of the real thing.

Indeed, as building at the Corrybeg Way development progresses and follows a curve of the Dodder, the gardens increase in size - a relatively unusual feature for new builds.

The facades are finished in a smooth red brick, with natural grey granite to the window sills and stringcourses, and traditional clay tiles. The Victorian theme continues inside, where there are nine-ft ceilings to the ground floor, as well as ceiling coving and wood panelling throughout.

Eight of the 16 four and five-bed detached homes in the development were released last weekend, with at least four still available from that release. All are from the type C four-bed range, with 2,055 sq ft of accommodation spread out over three floors, with a master ensuite and walk-in wardrobes on the top floor. Prices start at €850,000.

At Corrybeg Way, the custom-designed in-frame kitchens with quartz countertops and hand-painted doors are supplied by Christoff, as are the built-in wardrobes in the bedrooms. In the living room, buyers will have a choice of two fireplace surrounds for the real-effect gas open fire.

Viewings at Corrybeg Way will continue tomorrow and Sunday, from 2pm to 4pm.

Enquiries to: Victoria Homes (045) 895609 or 087 9370896

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