Four spacious new homes on market in Killiney from €555,000

Energy efficiency, light and storage are priorities in south Dublin scheme

 

Light and space are the hallmark of this new boutique development on Shanganagh Road in Killiney. Built by SKM Construction, the four-bed semi-detached houses have made energy efficiency a priority.

An A2-rated development, the houses are powered by a Dimplex air-to-water heating system that captures the heat from outside air, drawing it in to heat the water and radiators.

Every room from the front-facing livingroom to the large kitchen/family room is very spacious.

The bespoke kitchen is fitted with Neff appliances, while an elegant manmade silestone island offers a focal point for the kitchen area. There is plenty of storage throughout the kitchen and in the utility room.

Family area

The ground floor has underfloor heating, while a heated towel rail comes as standard in both the en suites, the downstairs toilet and the bathroom, which has a separate bath and power shower.

The three bedrooms on the first floor comprise a double with en suite bathroom, a single room and a box room. However, the box room is more akin to the size of a standard single and all rooms are sizeable with generous wardrobe space.

There is also a substantial storage room with a neat sliding door on the first floor. The stairs at this level lead to the exquisite master en suite. The large walk-in wardrobe is further example of the ample storage on offer.

The whole of the second floor basks in light from the large skylights which, during clear winter mornings, offer a lovely glimpse of the sea in the distance.

Viewings

Three of the houses on sale through Sherry FitzGerald measure about 153sq m (1,650sq ft) and start from €575,000.

The fourth house is slightly smaller at about 151sq m (1,626sq ft) and is on sale from €555,000.

Viewings take place this Saturday at 1-2pm.

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