Buyers to put down roots in third phase of Malahide launch

Oak Park, Malahide, Co Dublin Asking price: from €570,000 Agent: Savills (01) 618 1300

Tomorrow sees the launch of the third phase of houses at Oak Park in Malahide. The first two phases drew a lot of interest with most properties selling on the first day of the most recent launch, even though the viewings were by appointment only.

There are 12 units available in this latest phase. The two-bed house, or Evergreen as it’s known, is an end-of-terrace with a floor area of 960sq ft and is priced from €570,000. Downstairs there is a living room to the front and a kitchen with dining area to the back. There is also a utility and guest WC on this level. Upstairs are two bedrooms (master ensuite) and a bathroom.

The three-beds are known as Beech and have a starting price of €650,000. Buyers can choose from a mid-terrace, end-of-terrace or semi-detached type, all with a floor area of 1,231sq ft.
On the ground floor is a living room and an open-plan kitchen/dining/family room at the back of the house, where there is also a utility and guest WC.


Reception room at Oak Park, Malahide, Co Dublin

Of the three bedrooms upstairs, the master has an ensuite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. There is also a family bathroom.

Built by Richmond Homes, the houses are A-rated and have an air-to-water heating system, demand control ventilation, high performance uPVC windows and high levels of thermal insulation. Each home also features a ‘home office hub’ with data point.

The kitchens are fitted with contemporary units and have a Franke sink and integrated appliances. There are reconstituted stone worktops and splashbacks and LED strip lighting. In the bathrooms there are heated towel rails and sanitary ware by Villeroy and Boch. Outside there is a paved patio to the rear of the properties and gardens are seeded for lawn. The mid-terrace houses have brick bin stores.

The development has been laid out around a landscaped central green, providing a safe area for the kids to play. It is a five-minute walk to the gates of Malahide Castle and a stroll into the village and train station will take just under half an hour. The Dart from Malahide to Connolly Station takes 25 minutes.

For those who miss out on this phase, there are four-bed detached houses at the front of the development coming on stream in a few weeks, as well as two-bed apartments and three-bed duplexes due to be released at a later date.

To book a viewing or for more information contact selling agents Savills (01) 618 1300.

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