The new homes market in the fashionable coastal town of Greystones has been strong for the past few years, with fresh residential developments coming on stream at a faster pace than other parts of the country.
A recent addition to the Greystones housing landscape is Glenheron, a scheme of two, three and four-bed houses. Glenheron was launched from a showhouse in April 2018, when its adjoining sister development, The View at Glenheron, began selling off the plans.
At the end of January, 30 three and four-bed houses were released at Glenheron and there are still properties available from that tranche. Prices start at €450,000 for a three-bed semi-detached style and at €499,950 for a four-bed version. A four-bed detached bungalow costs from €585,000, while prices for a four-bed detached dormer bungalow start at €625,000.
The facade of each home is finished in a combination of natural stone cladding and self-coloured monocouche render. The stone cladding is offset by natural granite to surrounds and sills of the Carlson Alu-Clad Scandinavian windows and by a grey hardwood front door.
Inside, the kitchen is fitted with contemporary-style units, Silestone worktops, soft-close doors and drawers, and integrated appliances. The A3-rated homes have PV panels to generate electricity.
Buyers can avail of the Dart while the Luas green line service is a 20-minute drive away. For motorists, the nearby M11 motorway links Greystones with the M50.
Viewings from 12pm to 2pm tomorrow and Sunday.