Six left after Finlay Park release in Naas
Finlay Park, Naas, Co Kildare
Just off a walkway along the Grand Canal in Naas, a mere bridge crossing from the centre of the Co Kildare town, lies Finlay Park. Indeed, all the house types at Finlay Park are named after a Naas bridge, from the Abbey to the Poolpuck.
The scheme was officially launched back in September, with a second phase following in early February. As the new homes market approaches its traditional summer break, six four-bed properties are still up for grabs from Finlay Park's most recent tranche. These are a mix of semi-detached houses measuring 1,540 sq ft and costing from €385,000, and 1,500-sq ft detached versions priced from €450,000.
Built by the Westar Group, the exteriors of the timber-framed homes have attractive brick facades with granite to the windowsills, as well as iron railings to the front and sides of the cobble-lock driveway and front garden. Interior finishes include a contemporary-style feature staircase, a sealed wood-burning stove in the living room, and a fitted and tiled kitchen. There are fitted wardrobes in all the bedrooms.
The A-rated, low-carbon homes have solar panels to the roof to heat domestic water, which is then stored in a large cylinder, as well as high-performance, low-U value windows and external doors. A condensing gas boiler with multi-zone controls reduces energy wastage.
The M7 interchange is within a short drive, as is the Arrow rail service to Dublin from nearby Sallins.
Finlay Park will be on view tomorrow and Sunday, between 2pm and 4pm.
Enquiries to: Dillon Marshall Property Consultants (01) 4967574