Three-beds just 30 minutes from city
Tullyhall, Lucan, Co Dublin
Families seeking starter homes within a half-hour's train journey from the centre of Dublin are the target market at Tullyhall, a development of three and four-beds near Lucan Village.
Hundreds of homes were built at Tullyhall between 2000 and the property crash in 2008. Another developer, Maeda Homes, took over building at the scheme and relaunched it in October, when three-beds with starting prices of €297,500 were released off the plans to cater to first-time buyers buoyed by the tax rebate unveiled in that month's Budget. When the west County Dublin development is complete, it will consist of 60 semi-detached, detached and terraced family homes.
A third phase of Tullyhall is being released this weekend. All are three-bed homes in different styles, with sizes ranging from 1,094 sq ft to 1,300 sq ft and starting prices going from €310,000 to €335,000.
The A-rated homes are efficient to run and heat, courtesy of solar panels that provide a constant supply of low-cost hot water, and a natural gas central heating system that uses an A-rated gas-condensing boiler.
Tullyhall is a short walk from Adamstown Train Station and is set beside the Adamstown ring road, so has quick access to the motorways. The centre of Dublin is 16km away, while Liffey Valley shopping centre is a 10-minute drive. Viewings at Tullyhall will take place tomorrow and Sunday, between 2pm-4pm.
Enquiries to: Dillon Marshall Property Consultants (01) 4967574.