Slí na Manach, a development in the Co Limerick village of Mungret, is billed as a taste of rural living within a short drive of the city.
Mungret was originally launched back in 2013 and about 50 homes were built and sold before the scheme was taken over by a new developer. While the first two phases of the new section have been selling off the plans, showhouses will open for the first time next month to market the third phase.
The upcoming release will consist of 19 three and four-bed semi-detached and four-bed detached homes, with prices expected to start at €285,500. The three and four-bed semis will measure 1,115 sq ft and 1,424 sq ft, respectively, while the five four-bed detached properties in the tranche will range in size from 1,500 sq ft to 1,715 sq ft.
The homes will have natural stonework cladding to part of the facade, with a painted nap plaster finish to the rest of the front elevation. Would-be buyers have a choice of units and worktops for their fitted kitchen, as well as a choice of tiling. Each house has an A3 BER, and there is underfloor heating to the ground floor.
Prospective residents can use the new cycle paths, 30-ac public park and playground that opened in 2016 at Mungret Community College. The Limerick ring road and the tunnel to the west are a 2.5 km-drive, while the city itself is 7km away.