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Homes in Curragh from €395,000

From garrison town to home of silverware, Newbridge has seen many ups and downs along the way. Life in the city of Kildare once revolved around the large cavalry barracks occupied by the British Army until 1922.

After the Civil War the headquarters saw little use and the village went through a period of economic decline.

However, locals with some know-how saw an opportunity and took advantage of the metal forging and polishing equipment left behind.

From the battered barracks they started their own unique business, which would become the Newbridge Cutlery Company.

Another company that is keen on utilizing local knowledge is Anthony Neville Homes.

With developments like Carton Wood and Rathangan Manor in Kildare already behind them, they know a thing or two about building along the commuter belt.

The latest offering from the developer is Curragh Farm in Newbridge. Located on Ballymany Road, this is the final phase of the project, with potential for later development, subject to planning.

Sixteen homes have just been put up for sale, including the show homes. They are a mix of three and four bed semi-detached and detached four bed rooms.

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The three-bed Semis have a footprint of 1,206 square feet and start at €395,000. The show house with three beds is slightly larger at 1,356 m² and has a price of €445,000.

The four-bed semi-detached homes are 1,442 square feet and start at $425,000, with the show home priced at $475,000. The largest house type offered is the detached four-bed room with a floor area of ​​1,642 m² and a price of €525,000.

The houses have been designed around green spaces, making them an ideal choice for young families. There are a number of schools nearby including St Clonleth’s Infant School, Newbridge Educate Together and Gaelcholáiste Chill Dara.

The specification is high in the A2 rated houses. They are heated by an air pump with underfloor heating on the ground floor and radiators on the first floor.

All houses will be fully laid out with wood laminate in the entrance hall, kitchen, utility room and bathrooms. Living room and bedroom are carpeted, bathroom walls are tiled. Kitchens are designed by Cawley’s and are fitted with hob, oven and extractor fan subject to timely return of contracts.

The development will certainly be of interest to those who have been squeezed out of the Dublin market and have the opportunity to work remotely. The broadband under development will be provided by Siro, using a technology known as fiber-to-the-home that can deliver download and upload speeds of up to 1,000Mbps.

Viewings are by appointment only via agents Savills 01 6181300 and Coonan Property 045 832020.

https://www.independent.ie/life/home-garden/new-homes/homes-in-the-curragh-from-395000-41598314.html Homes in Curragh from €395,000

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