Tuesday 25 September 2018

Traditional design aimed at affluent buyers

Norabrook, Clontarf, Dublin 3


The traditional design of the red-brick houses that make up Norabook, a new development in Clontarf aimed at affluent house-hunters, was inspired by the period homes in the enclave's environs.

The development, built by Hugh McGreevy & Sons, is located at 119 Howth Road, just a short walk from Clontarf Dart station.

Norabrook consists of 18 four and five-bed detached, semi-detached and terraced houses, all laid out over three floors. The four-bed townhouse with 2,195 sq ft of living space is priced from €950,000. A five-bed semi measuring 2,540 sq ft costs from €1.1m, while a slightly larger detached version has a price-tag of €1.25m. A four-bed detached with 2,626 sq ft of accommodation, also costs from €1.25m. The five-beds come with a car port.

While each house has the style and proportions of an older period home, with wide hallways, 2.7m-high ceilings and two large reception rooms, it is also equipped with all the energy efficiency and modern conveniences of a new-build. The kitchen is from Leicht with Siemens integrated appliances. Viewings are by appointment.

Enquiries to: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 6671888

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