Elder Heath, Kiltipper Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24 Sale Agreed

3 Bed Semi-Detached House 104 m² to 108 m² Sale Agreed A3


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3 bed semi detached houses c. 104 sq m/c.1,119 sq ft (Type E) - Prices starting from €330,000
3 bed semi-detached houses c. 108 sq m/c.1,163 sq ft (Type C) - Prices starting from €330,000

Welcome to Elder Heath where Kelland Homes have completed more than 300 houses to
date. The development caters for all sectors of purchasers, whether you are trading up or
down, or a first time buyer.

Our Type C house briefly comprises of an entrance hallway, guest bathroom, living room, open plan kitchen/dining room with spacious utility off. On the first floor are three generously sized bedrooms, master with ensuite and main family bathroom.

The houses at Elder Heath are fitted with stylish contemporary kitchens with floor and wall tiling. The bathrooms and en-suites are tiled to a high quality to all wet areas and wardrobes are fitted as standard to each bedroom. All houses are wired for an intruder alarm and all gardens are landscaped to the front with rear gardens top soiled and seeded. Please click on the below video link to take a walk-through tour of our 3 bedroom semi-detached show house.

Elder Heath has a charm of its own, with its attractive coloured use of brickwork on front
façades throughout the development. Once completed, it will consist of more than 400
houses centred around a fabulous green open space of nearly three acres which will feature
a playground making Elder Heath the ideal location for families.

This superb development of two, three and four-bedroom terraced, semi-detached and
detached houses provides sizable homes in a variety of different layouts, all finished to a
very high standard and offering an intelligent use of space, a keen eye for style and a true
commitment to quality. These fabulous new houses will immediately impress you with their
design, well-proportioned rooms and high specification throughout with custom designed
fitted kitchens, generously tiled kitchens and bathrooms.

There are a number of quality-controlled energy saving features which vastly improve the
efficiency of these ‘A’-rated homes, while helping to significantly reduce running costs such
as superior levels of insulation, Solar PV systems for electricity savings, innovative demand
controlled ventilation system and large high-performance windows.

Ideally situated off the Kiltipper Road on the foothills of the Dublin Mountains
This convenient location has a wide range of local amenities with excellent shopping facilities at Old Bawn,
The Square Town Centre and Citywest Shopping Centres. The area boasts a number of local schools such as
Scoil Carmel, Scoil Treasa, Old Bawn Community school, St. Martin de Porres National School and Firhouse
Community College. There are numerous restaurants, bars and cafés to choose from like The Blazin’ Grill,
Gin Thai, The Speaker Connolly Gastro Pub, Kiltipper Café, Bar and Bistro or try out the widely talked about
Cottage Tea Rooms. The location has easy access to numerous road networks including the N81, M50, outer
ring road linking you to the M7 and M4 and is convenient to excellent public transport networks.

Partake in the local activities on offer
Go for a stroll or take the kids to the playground in Sean Walsh’s Park, take in exhibitions in Tallaght Library,
play a round of pitch and putt in Glenville, Footee, Footgolf in Ballinascorney, or watch a football match in the
stadium. Why not go to one of the many events in The Arena, take in a basketball match, or have a bite to eat
at The Old Mill followed by some live entertainment or maybe catch a show at the Civic Theatre.
For the more active you may join the Thomas Davis GAA Club to play Gaelic Football, Hurling, ladies football and
Camogie. The Dublin Postal Sports and Social Club invite membership where you can use their astro-pitches
and gym. For the more adventurous types take a hike along the ‘Dublin Mountain Way’ (40 kilometres long)
taking you via the Hell Fire Club, Cruagh Wood, Three Rock, Glencullen all the way to Shankhill.

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