New homes: Latest Gannon scheme in Clongriffin

A3-rated two- and three-storey houses on sale from €260,000 in new development

 

Following the successful sale of its homes in Park Edge in Clongriffin last year, Gannon Homes is launching its newest development, Belltree, Clongriffin, this weekend.

Funded by Nama, this first phase of 40 three-bed, mid-, end-terrace and semi-detached homes will be completed by March 2016.

Designed by architects Conroy Crowe Kelly, the mix of two- and three-storey homes come with a fitted kitchen and bathroom, master en suite, utility room and rear garden. There is ample storage in each house, both under the stairs and in dedicated storage rooms on the ground and upper floors.

Kitchens have been fitted by Cauley Kitchens, who have put a strong emphasis on practicality, installing a carousel (lazy Susan) in the corner press, providing ease of access to all items.

 

Light-filled kitchen

The three-storey house distinguishes itself from the two storey, not only with extra space, but by having the large, light-filled kitchen to the front of the house. The two-storey places the livingroom to the front and kitchen to the rear.

Another differentiating feature of the larger house is that the utility room is based on the first floor, while extra storage space and a large master en suite with a sliding wardrobe takes up the second floor.

On sale through Sherry FitzGerald, the two-storey houses range in size from 112sq m (1,205sq ft) to 116sq m (1,248sq ft) and are on sale from €260,000-€330,000.

The three-storey houses, ranging in size from 130sq m (1,399sq ft) to 140sq m (1,506 sq ft) are on sale from €260,000-€335,000. There is a booking deposit of €5,000.

The houses come with an A3 energy efficiency rating, with solar panels and a rainwater harvesting system as standard.

Located off the Hole-in- the-wall Road, the development will have 114 homes in total and are a five-minute walk to Clongriffin Dart station, 17 minutes from Connolly Station. Belltree is next door to the 65-acre Fr Collins Park and is within a short driving distance of Clarehall and Donaghmede shopping centres, the M50, Dublin Airport, Malahide, Howth and Portmarnock. Viewings take place on Saturday and Sunday at 2pm- 5pm.

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