Only seven left at Newtown after a decade in the making
Newtown Hall, Maynooth, Co Kildare
Published 03/06/2016 | 02:30
There are seven homes available from the final phase of Newtown Hall, a Maynooth scheme of three and four-bed properties near the parklands and seminary at St Patrick's College.
Built by Sky Blue Homes, Newtown Hall will have 240 houses when it is finished, wrapping up building on a scheme that began almost a decade ago.
The development in the historic university town is located parallel to the Royal Canal towpath to Dublin and is close to NUI Maynooth, Ireland's fastest-growing college campus.
Still on offer at Newtown Hall are three terraced three-beds priced from €290,000 and four end-of-terrace four-beds costing from €365,000.
The three-beds have 1,070 sq ft of accommodation and the four-beds measure 1,400 sq ft, but both house types have plenty of room to extend upwards at a later stage - they each have a floored attic space with an eight-foot high ceiling, and light and power points.
All of the homes, which are set around a series of small cul-de-sacs, have gardens and a patio to the rear, and paved driveways to the front.
The three-bed house type has a living room, a kitchen/dining room with French doors to the patio, a utility and three double bedrooms, including a master ensuite. The four-bed house style has a large open-plan L-shaped kitchen, and living and dining area with French doors that lead out to the patio.
To the front of this end-of-terrace is a separate sitting room. There are three double bedrooms and a master ensuite upstairs.
Both house types were designed to have a building energy rating of A3 and come with PV solar panels and an A-rated condensing gas boiler.
Newtown Hall itself is a short walk to Maynooth's train station, which has a frequent commuter service that runs to Connolly Station and Pearse Station in about 35 minutes. Maynooth is about 20km from Dublin and is just off the M4 motorway on Exit 7.
Enquiries to: Property Partners Brady (01) 6510000.