Victorian theme on the banks of the Dodder
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