Kestrel Manor, a new development on the south side of Drogheda, is pitched at commuters.
Kestrel Manor is off Platin Road, in the Meath section of the town, where it is less than 1km from the M1 and 25 minutes from Dublin Airport. The city centre is 53km away.
The scheme of 41 two-, three- and four-bed houses was launched last month and will eventually have on-site childcare facilities.
It's being built by J Murphy Developments, which has developed a slew of estates in Drogheda, including Beaulieu Village.
Images for Beaulieu Village are being used to market Kestrel Manor, which doesn't yet have its own showhouse, the selling agent says.
Prices at Kestrel Manor start at €237,000 for a two-bed mid-terraced design. A three-bed version costs from €249,000, with an end-of-terrace three-bed priced from €254,000.
A three-bed semi-detached house costs from €265,000, while the four-bed detached style is selling for €349,000.
Externally, the houses are finished in a combination of brick and render, with high-performance double-glazed windows throughout.
Hedges are planted to the front boundary, which encloses a driveway and a front garden, and there is another garden to the rear.
Inside the A3-rated homes, buyers have a choice of colours for the fitted kitchen, which comes from local supplier McAuley Kitchens.
Upstairs, there are built-in wardrobes to all the bedrooms.
Kestrel Manor is on view every Saturday, between 2pm and 4pm.