Buyers may join stream of Dublin commuters
Cois Glaisín, Navan, Co Meath
A mix of commuters from Dublin and local buyers have been lured to Cois Glaisín, a development in the Navan suburb of Johnstown that's 40km from Dublin city centre.
The name of the Co Meath scheme translates as "beside the stream" and all seven house types in the most recent phase are called after rivers that flow through the Royal County.
Cois Glaisín was first launched in 2009 by Tailored Homes Navan, but just 20 houses were sold. The new contractor completing the scheme is Bridgedale Homes. The scheme will eventually have 350 properties at Cois Glaisín.
About 40 two, three and four-bed properties, with prices ranging from €199,000 to €285,000, were released at Cois Glaisín in March, and there are currently six of those homes still available. Their front elevations are finished either in a full red-brick or in a combination of red brick and cream render, depending on the design chosen by the buyer.
The properties were designed to have a BER of A3 and come with energy-saving features such as PV panels to generate free electricity.
Cois Glaisín is just two minutes from the M3 motorway, 33km from the M50, and just 2km from the centre of Navan.
Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 6671888 or Raymond Potterton Auctioneers (046) 9027666