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Dún Ríoga Dunshaughlin, Co Meath
Asking price: From €292,500
Agent: Sherry FitzGerald New Homes (01) 6671888
First-time buyers willing to commute to the Co Meath satellite town of Dunshaughlin in return for a €292,500 house near Dublin are among the target market for Dún Ríoga.
The Castlethorn Construction scheme launched in October and will eventually consist of 142 houses. Castlethorn have just issued a new phase of Dún Ríoga, across the road from where the last tranche was released in January. Most of the 30 houses in the latest release are three-beds.
The starting price of €292,500 is for a three-bed mid-terrace design with a garage. An end-of-terrace three-bed costs from €297,500, while a semi-detached three-bed is priced from €305,000 and a detached version is selling for €325,000. Prices for the four-beds, which feature an extra reception room overlooking the back garden, start at €340,000 for an end-of-terrace or semi-detached style.
The majority of the house types, which were designed by O'Mahoney Pike Architects, have a front driveway with parking for two cars and a seeded garden to the rear. The timber-framed homes either have a full-brick façade or are finished in a mix of brick and render, with high-performance, PVC double-glazed windows throughout.
Inside, the fully fitted kitchen will come with integrated appliances, such as a fridge-freezer, an electric oven and a dishwasher, if buyers sign unconditional contracts within 28 days.
The A3-rated homes are located just off the M3 motorway.
Viewings at Dún Ríoga will take place from 2pm to 4pm tomorrow and Sunday.