New homes: Large and detached in Castleknock

Agent says houses are large but energy-efficient, unlike older houses

 

A new development of five large detached and semi-detached four and five bedroom house will be launched in Castleknock this week. Brookwood has been built by Barina new homes. It is an attractive cul-de-sac development on Castleknock road, a few hundred metres from Castleknock train station.

The development comprises two four-bed semi-detached houses of 175sq m (1,883sq ft) and three five-bed detached houses of 200sq m (2,152 sq ft), with large attic space. Just five homes are in the development which is surrounded by another housing estate, so it is likely to appeal to buyers from the area.

Agent Hooke and McDonald says the homes will appeal to those looking to downsize as the houses are large but energy-efficient, unlike older houses where energy bills can be higher.

Brookwood is within walking distance of Castleknock village and its amenities – shops, restaurants and salons with a wide choice of primary and secondary schools. The kitchens come with features such as soft closed doors and drawers, under-cabinet lighting, quartz stone worktops and integrated kitchen appliance.

In the detached homes, there is a large attic store room which can be converted easily. It has been floored, plastered and thermally insulated. Bathrooms and en-suites are stylish with sleek monochrome firings, porcelain tiles and polished chrome-heated towel rails as standard Homes have clever storage solutions and come with understairs storage.

There is a huge choice of schools in the area , while sports and leisure facilities nearby include the National Aquatic Centre – which also has the largest tennis facility in Ireland. There is convenient access to the M50, Dublin Airport and Blanchardstown shopping centre.

The development was built by Barina New Homes and designed by Delphi Design Architects and Planners. Prices are from €750,000.

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