Broadly speaking to cash-rich downsizers
Broadlands, Killiney, Co Dublin
Broadlands, a scheme of 28 family homes directly across the road from Killiney Golf Club, has particularly appealed to house-hunters seeking to trade down from vast piles in Killiney, Dalkey and Foxrock to an energy-efficient new-build in the affluent south Dublin suburb.
Showhouses in the Ballinclea Road scheme - A2 energy rated - opened in September.
There are now seven homes still for sale at Broadlands. One is a two-storey, three-bed semi with 1,114 sq ft of space - the type D design has proved the most popular among downsizers - and a €635,000-price tag. Two of the remaining units, from the C style, cost from €720,000, with 1,733 sq ft of accommodation.
Another two of the houses are from the type A range and have 2,199 sq ft of space spread across three floors; this option costs from €865,000 and has attracted trader-uppers.
One of the final two houses available in this tranche is also priced from €865,000: it's a two-storey semi-detached design from the B range, while the most expensive style is a detached B-type property adjacent to Cluny Park: it costs from €940,000.
The houses have extra-high ceilings in the ground and first floors, hand-painted kitchens and bedroom wardrobes from Cawleys Furniture, and Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware.
Commuters can access the M50, Dart and Luas. Viewings will take place tomorrow, 12pm to 1pm.
Enquiries to: Lisney (01) 638 2700.