A steady flow of interest in Navan
Cois Glaisín, Navan, Co Meath
Glenveagh Properties certainly has been busy in Navan, which has witnessed an increase in housing supply of late after a post-crash drought.
Last weekend saw the latest release of 12 A3-rated homes at Cois Glaisín, its scheme in the Johnstown suburb. When it's finished, Cois Glaisín, which translates as "beside the stream", will comprise some 350 properties. The selling agents still have six houses available.
The latest release contains myriad house styles - all named after rivers that flow through Co Meath. The smallest house type is the two-bed Boyne, which comes either as a mid-terraced or end-of-terrace property, has 817 sq ft of living space, and is priced from €225,000. Prices for the Tolka, a three-bed semi spanning 1,172 sq ft, start at €275,000, while the Rye, a 1,420 sq ft four-bed semi, costs from €320,000.
The front elevations are finished either in a full red-brick or in a combination of red brick and cream render, depending on the style chosen by the buyer.
Cois Glaisín is 2km from Navan. Viewings tomorrow and Sunday, from 11am to 1pm. Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 667 1888 or Raymond Potterton Auctioneers (046) 902 7666