A selection of newly designed three and four-bedroom A-Rated homes are due to be launched this weekend at Adamstown, Co. Dublin from a state-of-the-art multi-level marketing suite.
Newpark is the latest venture by D|Res Properties and the newest scheme to launch in Adamstown this year. Savills New Homes, the agents managing the launch, say they expect demand to be considerable given the choice of house types, the price point, location and local amenities.
Adamstown is in close proximity to several educational facilities - preschool, primary and secondary schools and a community centre, while Adamstown train station is just minutes away, providing quick and easy access to the city centre.
The area is also very well serviced by Dublin Bus and within easy access to the M50, N4 and N7. As the name implies, Newpark will be very close to the new parks planned for development in the area – Airlie Park and Tandy’s Lane Park, which are both part of the Adamstown SDZ.
Each home is A-rated with high performance uPVC windows and doors, designer kitchens are being provided by Kube and will come fully fitted with appliances (once contracts are signed within 28 days), bathrooms are stylish and contemporary, while wardrobe allocations are generous. All properties come with en suite bathrooms, good sized utilities and ample storage.
The scheme will officially launch on March 2nd & 3rd between 11am – 1pm at the “state of the art” marketing suite with a walk-through including a full kitchen and bathroom, to show the quality of the scheme to come.
Commenting on the development, Director of New Homes at Savills Ireland, David Browne said, "Registrations from interested home-seekers have already been very strong – and we expect a large portion of buyers to be FTBs, who are looking to avail of the Help-to-Buy scheme before it potentially ends later this year."
He added, "Affordably priced new homes are in deficit throughout the country – but particularly in Dublin. These quality built, new 3-bedroom houses start from €300,000, which is a rarity in Dublin’s property market today."