High rental yield in Dublin golf club setting will make the mews headlines
Corrstown Golf Club Mews, Co Dublin €2m
In the 1990s, a 180-acre farm in Kilsallaghan in North County Dublin was transformed into Corrstown Golf Club, complete with a 27-hole parkland course.
Later, an old period house at Corrstown was refurbished and developed into four apartments, with an additional five mews houses constructed nearby.
The latter mews houses are now on the market and will likely attract investors in search of a high rental yield, a group of downsizers, or a group of regular visitors to Ireland seeking holiday homes. Despite its rural setting, the Corrstown scheme is just a ten-minute drive from Dublin Airport.
The five mews houses, which are set behind electronic security gates, are styled differently, though all but one is double-fronted. Each of the two-storey properties have two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The first house at the development has a porcelain tiled hall and a carpeted open-plan living/dining/kitchen room. The living area is fitted with an open fireplace with a high-gloss wooden black surround. French doors open from the kitchen and living area onto a decked garden overlooking woodland. There are high-gloss white units to the kitchen, which also comes with an integrated fridge/freezer, a dishwasher, and a Belling oven and hob.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms off the bright, airy landing. Both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom with heated towel rails and stand-alone showers. The master bedroom at this property is dual aspect and has a Juliet balcony that commands views across the golf course, home to Dublin's only island green.
Buyers with less enthusiasm for golf can enjoy walks amongst the surrounding woodlands and are within close access to the city centre and the M50.