Shandon Wood, a new scheme of six contemporary-style terraced houses in Monkstown, is set just 120 metres from where the upmarket Alma Road slopes down from the Monkstown Road towards the sea.
Donode Building, led by developer David Dowling, is building the four-bed homes just off the Monkstown Road in the coastal village. The three-storey homes range in size from 1,680 sq ft for a mid-terraced style selling for €875,000 to 1,840 sq ft for an end-of-terrace design, where prices go from €1m to €1.025m. The showhouse, which was fitted out by Elk House Interiors, and its contents are selling for €945,000.
The properties, which front onto a private landscaped courtyard, have brick detail around the front bay, with render to the rest of the façade and a dormer window protruding from the second floor. To the rear of each home is a southerly landscaped garden.
Internally, there is a bespoke kitchen from Keith Alexander Designs with white Carrara quartz worktops, an island unit and high-end appliances from Siemens and Novy. An ultra-efficient air-source heat pump system provides the underfloor heating to the ground floor and first floor of the A-rated houses.
Shandon Wood is just a five-minute walk from Seapoint Dart station.
Viewings are by appointment.