This scheme aimed at first-time buyers who commute to Dublin city centre is on Station Road, a ten-minute walk from the Rush and Lusk train station.
Station Road will comprise 150 two-, three- and four-bed homes when it's finished. It is in the new Lusk Village Quarter, which will encompass a supermarket, a playground, and a village green, with a variety of shops and cafes.
There are seven three-bed houses and two two-beds for sale from the first phase of 38 properties. Prices start at €305,000 for a two-bed and at €350,000 for a three-bed.
The homes have a variety of exteriors, depending on the style chosen. Most have a canopy over the Ultratech front door and granite to the sills of the large two-toned, double-glazed UPVC windows. Each home comes with two off-street parking spaces. To the rear, there is a paved patio and a garden, all enclosed by block-built walls.
The shaker-style kitchen, with its soft-close doors and drawers, comes from BeSpace. The bedroom wardrobes are also in a shaker style and are supplied by McCaul Kitchens.
The A3-rated homes are a ten-minute drive from the beaches at Rush and Skerries.
Viewings will take place from 2pm to 4pm tomorrow and Sunday.