New homes schemes in Fingal

Prospective buyers will have a choice of 23 new homes developments across a range of price points

A beach  view at Portmarnock, Co Dublin.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A beach view at Portmarnock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

 

Located in the main on the north side of the River Liffey, Fingal takes in the much sought-after seaside towns of Howth, Malahide, Portmarnock, Skerries, Donabate, Swords, Clonee and Castleknock. Given their proximity to Dublin city centre and relatively ready access by rail and road, all are understandably popular with those looking to set down roots in the capital.

The listing for Fingal offers the prospective buyer a choice of 23 individual new homes developments across the full range of price points.

Those looking for a starter home and those trading up will be interested in the selection of two-bed apartments, and three, four and five-bed houses being offered to the market by listed builder Glenveagh Homes, at three separate schemes. Prices for the apartments at Taylor Hill in Balbriggan start at €270,000, while houses at Semple Woods, Donabate, are priced between €380,000 and €580,000. Prices for the two, three and four-bed houses Glenveagh’s latest development, Bellingsmore in Kilmartin, Dublin 15, have yet to be confirmed.

Gannon Homes meanwhile continues its long standing association with north Dublin’s new homes market with the release of 15 four-bed houses and limited number of very keenly-priced two and three-bed houses at Meadowbank, the latest phase of its Miller Glen scheme in Swords. This September, the developer will launch Mooretown, a new development of three and four-bed houses in the same town. In nearby Malahide meanwhile, Gannon Homes is seeking €310,000 and €400,000 respectively for one and two-bed apartments at The Casino.


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