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Park and ride with amenities in D13




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A new release of 30 three-bed homes is coming on the market this weekend at Belltree, a development in Clongriffin with a Dart station and a 65ac park on its doorstep.

Built by Gannon Homes, Belltree is located off the Hole-in-the-Wall Road, about a one-minute walk to Father Collins Park, which has a lake, running tracks, playing pitches and a skate park.

Clongriffin, which now has some 700 homes, has its own Dart station and park-and-ride facility, on-site shops and restaurants, a gym, a pharmacy and a doctor's surgery.

More than 120 houses have been sold at Belltree since it was first launched in the autumn of 2015. A further tranche of three and four-beds is being released for sale tomorrow.

Buyers will get plenty of bang for their buck with the four-beds: the homes have 1,450 sq ft of living space laid out over three floors and are available at €335,000. The three-bed townhouses are priced from €315,000.

The homes, designed by Conroy Crowe Kelly Architects, may be traditional in appearance but have a contemporary edge, both inside and out.

The kitchens are fitted with contemporary-style units and feature extensive tiling. All the bathrooms and ensuites come with sanitary ware, pumped showers and wall and floor tiling. There is a private garden to the rear of each house.

The properties have an A3 BER thanks to solar panels that provide a continuous supply of low-cost hot water, double-glazed uPVC windows and gas-fired central heating.

Belltree is just a five-minute walk from the Clongriffin Dart Station, where the rail service to Connolly Station takes 17 minutes.

In the other direction, Malahide is just two stops away. There is also a terminus for the number 15 bus route at Clongriffin that leaves for Dublin City Centre every 10 to 15 minutes.

Three Belltree showhouses will be open for viewings tomorrow and Sunday from 2pm-4pm.

Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 6671888.

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