New homes schemes in Fingal

Prospective buyers will have a choice of homes in 21 developments

Main Street,  Malahide. Photograph: Alan Betson

Main Street, Malahide. Photograph: Alan Betson

 

Located mostly north of the River Liffey, Fingal takes in the seaside towns of Howth, Malahide, Portmarnock, Skerries and Donabate as well as Baldoyle, Kinsealy, Rush and Lusk. The area also extends westwards to include Castleknock, Clonee and Clonsilla, enjoying proximity to Dublin city centre and access by rail and road.

Some 21 developments in a broad mix of homes, from one-bed apartments to five-bed detached houses, are in progress or scheduled to complete in this area between now and next spring.

Houses are coming on stream in the coastal village of Malahide, with Richmond Homes launching houses at Oak Park, and three five-bed detached houses remaining at Keelmont’s Dun na Rí. Ballymore is building houses and apartments at Seamount Rise and October Investments is building apartments at The Tides, on the coast road. Maybury’s houses at Streamstown Meadows are scheduled for early 2022.

At Kinsealy, slightly inland, O’Flynn Group is launching a new phase of three- and four-bed houses at Kinsealy Woods on Chapel Road in October. Richmond will soon have houses at Bay View in Baldoyle, Quintain’s Skylark houses at Portmarnock are also scheduled for launch in the autumn as are Gannon’s houses at Belcamp on the Malahide Road in Dublin 17.

In Clonsilla, Dublin 15, well served by the Maynooth rail line, McGarrell Reilly is bringing 27 homes to the market in the final phase of Barnwell Park at Hansfield. Also in Clonsilla, Castlethorn is soon launching apartments at St Joseph’s, and elsewhere in Dublin 15 the final four-bed houses in Regency’s Hollywoodrath scheme in Hollystown are available now.

McGarrell Reilly is also building in Lusk, with three-and four-bed houses launching at Station Road and at Clonrath. And in nearby Rush, Moran Park has 40 homes at Greenbrook while Richmond is soon to launch 165 two-, three- and four-bed houses at Mariner’s Way on Skerries Road.

The final apartments and duplexes in the Turnstone scheme at Barnageeragh Cove in Skerries will be launched next year by Winsac, as will Gannon’s Mooretown development in Swords. The same developer is launching three- and four-bedroom houses at Westmill, also in Swords, this autumn.

Next month, Cosgraves is launching six five-bed detached houses at Thormanby Hill in Howth.

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