Get the Royal treatment at pretty Pelletstown, Dublin 15
Royal Canal Park, Pelletstown, D15
The location of Royal Canal Park, on the banks of the eponymous canal, has been a selling point for the three- and four-bed homes in the previous four phases of the development.
The latest phase of 22 homes being released this weekend goes one better - most directly overlook the canal. The scheme is in Pelletstown, an area between Ashtown and Cabra that has been earmarked by Dublin City Council as holding potential for future residential growth in the capital. It is close to the 123ac Tolka Valley Park, Ashtown train station and the Navan Road.
Royal Canal Park was launched in November 2015 and will eventually have 152 homes in all. Seventy families have since moved into the scheme, being built by Ballymore.
There are two main house types on offer at Royal Canal Park. The three-beds vary in size, with between 1,302 sq ft and 1,314 sq ft of space, including an extended kitchen that can accommodate a multimedia wall. These are priced from €345,000. The four-beds, which measure 1,677 sq ft to 1,744 sq ft, depending on the style, cost from €410,000. The four-beds are laid out over three floors, with the master bedroom and its dramatic double-height ceiling on the top floor. Residents moving from older properties will be able to reduce their utility bills at the A-rated houses, courtesy of energy-efficient features such as an air-to-water heat-pump system that feeds the wall-mounted radiators and provides domestic hot water.
Ballymore says planning permission has been sought for a train station at the development itself. The area is also served by the 120 bus to O'Connell Street, a 14-minute drive by car.
The show homes at Royal Canal Park can be viewed from 2pm to 4pm tomorrow and Sunday, or by appointment.
Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald (New Homes) (01) 6671888