Barnhall Meadows, Leixlip, Co Kildare
Asking price: €410,000
Agent: Savills New Homes (01) 618 1300 or Coonan New Homes (01) 628 6128
Barnhall Meadows is being built around The Wonderful Barn, an 18th century corkscrew-shaped tower outside Leixlip. The tower sits amid four acres of parkland on the grounds of Castletown House, Ireland’s largest and earliest Palladian-style pile.
Glenveagh Homes is taking advantage of the tower’s parkland backdrop to build hundreds of homes at Barnhall Meadows.
There are three homes from two different styles currently available from the latest release at the development. One of the three-beds is from the Birch double-fronted design, which measures 1,227 sq ft, while the other two are from the Beech style, which spans 1,312 sq ft. All three houses are priced from €410,000.
The Beech has a full-brick façade with zinc detail over both the front bay window and the composite front door. The two-toned UPVC windows have a grey exterior and a white interior. There is a driveway finished in cobble-lock paving to the front.
Inside, BeSpace supplied the kitchen units, which have an oyster oak carcass, cashmere-coloured shaker-style doors and an island unit in a marine blue. The A3-rated homes are equipped with a heat pump system and are pre-wired for an electric car charging point.
Barnhall Meadows is just off the M4 motorway, which connects to the M50 ring road, and Dublin city centre is about 45 minutes by car when traffic is light. The scheme is a seven-minute drive from the Louisa Bridge Train Station and 10 minutes from Confey Station.
Viewings are by appointment.