Castle Farm, a new development of houses and apartments being built opposite Dunboyne Rail Station, is the first scheme to launch in the Meath commuter town in a decade.
Clane-based Merville Homes is developing 60 two, three and four-bed houses, as well as 39 apartments, at the Station Road site. The apartments are due to go on the market in early 2021.
A show village was due to launch Castle Farm to market, but because construction was delayed due to Covid-19 restrictions, show homes won't open at the site until September.
Nevertheless, all but three of the 18 houses released in mid-July for the first phase of Castle Farm sold off the plans during a pre-launch for prospective purchasers. Most of the demand came from young families and couples from Dunboyne, according to the selling agent.
Prices for the remaining properties in the initial release start at €330,000 for a two-bed mid-terraced house extending over 990 sq ft and at €350,000 for a three-bed version spanning 1,195 sq ft.
The brick-fronted houses will be fitted with a kitchen and wardrobes from BeSpace.