Rathangan Manor, Rathangan, County Kildare
Asking price: From € 335,000
Agent: Coonan New Homes (045) 832020
The last phase of homes has just opened at Rathangan Manor in Kildare. This time, only three four-bed semi-detached houses are on offer to complete the development that began in 2019.
It was built by Anthony Neville Homes and is set on land 400 meters from central Rathangan and overlooks a new park on the banks of the Slate River. It’s not all shiny and new, however, as the stone walls of the former walled garden of neighboring Rathangan Lodge act as part of the border, adding a bit of the past to the new scheme.
The entire development will include a total of 72 apartments, with a mix of semi-detached houses, bungalows and single-family homes. It is located in a cul-de-sac that appeals to families with small children, with landscaped green areas for the children to play and their own footpath to the city center. The four-bed houses in this phase are 1,341 m² in size and cost from € 335,000.
The semi-D houses have a living room at the front of the house and an open kitchen / dining room at the rear with a cozy living room to the side of the dining area.
There is also a utility room and guest toilet on this level. Upstairs there are four bedrooms and a bathroom. The master bedroom is en-suite.
The kitchen was designed and fitted out by Kevin Toomey Kitchens and Joinery, as were the wardrobes in the bedrooms.
All houses are completely laid out with a mixture of high quality laminate, tiles and carpeting.
The ceilings in each house are 2.70 m long, the interior walls are painted in Brilliant White and all joineries are finished with Dapple Gray. The houses are A-rated and have underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, powered by an air-to-water heat pump.
For commuters, a journey into Dublin city takes 55 minutes, while a train ride from Kildare Station, about 10 km away, takes 37 minutes. The schools in Rathangan include St. Patrick’s National School and Bun Scoil Bhríde for elementary school children, while Ard Scoil Rath Iomghain looks after the elderly.
The good news for those interested: The houses are ready to move into. Visits in the development are by appointment.