On right track with starter scheme
Tullyhall, Lucan, Co Dublin
The sight of Tullyhall, a development near Lucan village, is a familiar signal to passengers on the Cork to Dublin rail service that it will soon be time to disembark at Heuston Station. Indeed, the location of the scheme of starter homes is the main appeal - Tullyhall is less than a half-hour's train journey from the centre of Dublin.
Hundreds of homes were built at Tullyhall between 2000 and the property crash of 2008. However, another developer, Maeda Homes, resumed building at the scheme and relaunched it off the plans in October 2016.
Building has progressed rapidly since then and a new phase at Tullyhall is being released this weekend. The tranche consists of 18 two-, three- and four-bed houses and there will be 60 semi-detached, detached and terraced homes in all when Tullyhall is complete.
Prices in the latest phase start at €275,000 for a two-bed, with three-beds ranging in price from €310,000 to €335,000. The four-bed properties cost from €415,000.
The A-rated homes are efficient to run and heat, courtesy of solar panels that provide a constant supply of low-cost hot water and a natural gas central heating system that uses an A-rated gas-condensing boiler.
Tullyhall is a short walk from Adamstown train station and is set beside the Adamstown ring road, so has quick access to the motorways. The centre of Dublin is 16km away, while Liffey Valley shopping centre is a 10-minute drive.
Viewings at Tullyhall will take place between 2pm and 4pm tomorrow and Sunday.
Enquiries to: Dillon Marshall New Homes (01) 4967574.