Broaden your horizons in Rathcoole from €320,000

Semi-detached three- to four-bedroom homes with brick and render façades


Cavan Developments is selling the second last phase of three- and four-bed family homes in Broadfield Manor, Rathcoole, a development that originally launched in 2010. Building at the estate started in 2001.

Other housing schemes by Cavan Developments include Foxrock Manor in Foxrock; Delbrook Manor in Dundrum and Prospect Manor on Stocking Lane in Rathfarnham.

Comprising 25 mainly semi-detached homes the properties can be configured as three-bedroom or four-bedroom houses. The houses will have a BER rating of somewhere between B1 and A3 and measure about 172sq m (1,850sq ft).

They cost from €320,000 through agents is Murphy Mullan Ward.

Fully fitted kitchens
The ground floor is open plan with a formal sittingroom leading through to a polished porcelain-tiled diningroom and on through to the Irish-made painted oak kitchen by Ballyhaunis-based Keane Kitchens.

The kitchens are fully fitted with appliances that include an American fridge-freezer and a double oven, and a washer and drier in the utility.

If polished porcelain tiles are not your thing, you can choose from about 50 other options.

There are two bedrooms on the first floor, one of which has a shower en suite, where the family bathroom is situated.

This floor plan can also be configured to fit a third bedroom at this level.

The large master bedroom is situated on the second floor and occupies the whole area. It has a fully fitted walk-in wardrobe in walnut by Bedroom Elegance and an en-suite shower bathroom.

The southfacin back gardens have paved patios and measure 12.5m by 7.5m. The properties have a paved front with off-street parking for up to three cars.

Rathcoole has two primary schools and one secondary school.

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