Just one left of 19 energy efficient builds in Malahide
Dunard, Malahide, Co Dublin
There's just one house remaining at Dunard, a new enclave named after a demolished big house that once sat on this site in the picturesque village of Malahide.
The scheme consists of only 19 energy-efficient three and four-bed semi-detached and detached family homes, built by Highpark Developments. Dunard is situated on the Swords Road, with Lissadel Crescent to the north, and is about 15km from Dublin City centre and 5km from the airport.
The external walls at Dunard are painted and finished with yellow multi-stock brick and plaster render. They have a Kingspan Century ultima timber frame structure, with a solid ground floor slab with underfloor insulation.
The final property on the market at Dunard is a three-bed semi-detached unit priced at €450,000. The house, which has a floor space of 1,245 sq ft, has an open-plan kitchen/dining/family room downstairs, along with a separate living room, a WC and a storage area. The custom-manufactured fitted kitchen has a contemporary European design and finish.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, with the master ensuite bedroom taking up the width of the floor.
There is also a family bathroom, a hot press and a storage closet on the same level. There are finely crafted wardrobes fitted to each bedroom, and a generous tile allowance is available for the bathrooms and ensuites.
Other interior features include pendant light fittings, brushed steel switches and sockets as standard, coving in the downstairs reception room and hall, and panelled doors.
Outside, the rear garden is levelled and the boundaries are finished in concrete post and panel fencing. There are two car-parking spaces out front.
Like the rest of the homes in the development, the three-bed has an A energy efficiency rating.
It is equipped with a gas-fired condensing gas boiler, highly insulated windows and external doors, and PV panels to reduce buyers' energy bills.
Enquiries to: Kevin Flanigan Estates (01) 8453459.