Green development returns to the market
Carlinn Hall, Dundalk, Co Louth
Carlinn Hall in Dundalk has come a long way since it was first launched in 2007 by Eamon Ryan, the then Green party minister for communications, energy and natural resources.
With plans for 234 homes, the Mullaharlin Road was to be Ireland's largest sustainable energy development and was feted as the "house of tomorrow".
A key feature of the development was the installation of a community biomass district heating system. However, just two homes were sold at Carlinn Hill before the collapse of the property market.
The unfinished estate was sold after the crash to a new developer, which has been selling new homes on the site for the last three years. A fourth phase came on to the market two weeks ago.
The current phase consists of 14 three- and four-bed terraced, semi-detached and detached homes, four of which have already gone sale agreed.
Prices start at €210,000 for a mid-terrace three-bed, at €260,000 for a four-bed semi, and at €310,000 for a four-bed detached. Sizes range from 1,100 sq ft to 1,725 sq ft.
The new properties all have an A3 BER.
The showhouse at Carlinn Hall is open for viewing every Sunday throughout September, between 3pm and 5pm.
Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald Carroll (042) 9332173.