Final phase of Castlechurch launched in rural Co Dublin
Castlechurch Newcastle, Co Dublin
Asking price: From €375,000
Agent: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 667 1888
Buyers seeking their first home within the Co Dublin border may find the answers to their prayers in the final phase of Castlechurch, a development in the centre of the quasi-rural village of Newcastle.
The Barina New Homes scheme of 74 three, four and five-bed family homes originally launched in September 2017. The last phase of 10 properties goes on the market this weekend.
Prices in the final tranche start at €375,000 for a three-bed semi-detached style, at €420,000 for a four-bed version, and at €575,000 for a five-bed detached design. The three-beds belong to the Closter house type, which measures 1,266 sq ft
There are two styles available in the Augusta range of 1,465-sq ft four-bed semis, which come with extra-long back gardens. One is a traditional semi with its entrance to the front of the house, while the A1 version has its main entrance to one side. The five-bed design, meanwhile, is double-fronted and is from the Haviland range, which spans 1,898 sq ft.
Also for sale in the final phase is No 6 Castlechurch Rise, which has seven metres of extra space to the side of the house that could accommodate an extension - subject to planning permission. No 6 is selling for €420,000.
The two-storey homes at Castlechurch have brick-and-render façades and were designed with extra-high uPVC double-glazed windows and high ceilings to the ground floor to maximise the flow of sunlight into the rooms. Each one has a sleek kitchen with high-gloss, soft-close doors and drawers. There's a separate utility room with under-counter space for a washing machine and dryer.
The fitted bedroom wardrobes are in a contemporary shaker style, while the bathrooms have sleek mono-block chrome fittings to the sanitaryware and tiling to the floors and wet areas. The ensuites are fitted with shower enclosures.
The A3-rated properties are equipped with an external heat pump, to provide energy-efficient heating and hot water, and are a five-minute drive from the Luas stop at Saggart.
The four-bed showhouse, which was fitted out by Nicola Pollard of Pollard Design, will be on view from 10am to 12pm tomorrow.