Monday 23 April 2018

Final phase of 18 double-fronted four-bed homes in Castleway launched

Castleway, Malahide Asking price: €729,000-€800,000 Agent: JLL Ireland (01) 673 1600

The homes in Castleway have an iron railing feature on the upstairs front window.
The homes in Castleway have an iron railing feature on the upstairs front window.
A living room in Castleway.

Malahide has seen its fair share of new developments in the last couple of years. It seems the popularity of the seaside town remains unabated.

Its proximity to the city centre, beaches and upmarket shops and restaurants make it an aspirational address for many Northsiders.

The final phase of Castleway launches this weekend, with 18 homes being made available by CE Cladewell Estates (which is part of the Lynam group). All are double-fronted, four-bed detached units measuring from 1,815 sq ft - 1,859 sq ft and settled into the Kinsealy Lane area around existing greens and mature landscaping.

Exteriors are mottled brick with cream render and contrast black window trims and glass-panelled front doors with an iron railing feature in front of the upstairs window.

The brickwork extends to the boundary walls which encase a cobble-lock driveway and lawn. All have a side gate and the rear gardens are levelled and seeded with fenced separators.

Inside, the two styles on offer (E and F) are similarly laid out: there is a living room and study up front, either side of the centre staircase; the living room has an open marble fireplace and high ceilings.

The kitchen is fitted with traditional cream units and an island unit with a silestone counter-top, stool seating and storage, with French doors to the rear. Appliances are by Smeg, including a range cooker. The dining room also has a set of double doors to the outside and a glass concertina door into the living room. There is a guest WC and utility room on this level also.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms, two ensuite and a family bathroom which are floored and painted in colours selected by interior designer Helen Turkington.

The 'A' BER comes from photovoltaic solar panels, an efficient gas boiler heating system and heat recovery ventilation.

The development is inland from Malahide Village by 2.5km, with the Castle demesne in the middle.

Malahide and Portmarnock golf clubs are to the east and it benefits from myriad transport options: the Dart, Dublin Bus and nearby access to the M1 and M50.

Dublin Airport is 7km which makes this a popular area for airport workers to live.

Prices range from €729,000-€800,000 depending on size and aspect.

Viewings are tomorrow and Sunday, from 2pm-4pm.

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