Help-to-buy scheme will draw interest
Cúil Dúin, Citywest, Dublin 24
Harcourt Developments, the company behind the Titanic Quarter regeneration of Belfast's Docklands, has released a new phase of 30 three and four-bed homes at Cúil Dúin in Citywest. The scheme, a five-minute walk from the Saggart Luas stop, is aimed at first-time buyers.
Prices for the latest batch of homes at Cúil Dúin range from €315,000 for a 1,355-sq ft three-bed house to €420,000 for a four-bed semi-detached house spanning 1,700 sq ft. All qualify for the help-to-buy income tax rebate scheme.
The development is named after the Irish for "corner fort" and the historic townland in which it sits. The facades of the properties are finished in solid brick - or in a mix of brick and render. Inside, the kitchen units are fitted with soft-close doors and drawers and integrated appliances. Upstairs, most of the bedrooms have contemporary-style built-in wardrobes. The A-rated buildings come with solar thermal panels and a heat ventilation recovery system.
The development is beside the Citywest Hotel, business campus and shopping centre, two primary schools, and the M50 and M7 motorways.
The showhouses will be on view tomorrow and Sunday between 2:30pm and 4pm. Enquiries to: Hooke & MacDonald (01) 6318402