High-spec over-basements in Clontarf from €610,00012/02/2019
With Copeland Place, ODOS Architects set out to create a modern twist on the two-storey over-basement period houses that dot the start of the Howth Road.
Copeland Place is made up of eight terraced and semi-detached three- and four-bed houses and one two-bed duplex apartment. The first three homes have already been reserved: €610,000 for the sole duplex and €875,000 for the four-bed houses available. Three-bed houses and four-beds with a study will go on the market in the new year.
Each home has alu-clad tripled-glazed windows, as well as two parking spaces in a cobble-locked driveway and a rear garden with a patio.
There are Spanish floor tiles throughout the ground floor and natural wood flooring on the other levels.
The uber-contemporary kitchen with soft-close doors from Kube Interiors comes with a stone worktop, a chrome cooker hood, an oven, a hob and an integrated fridge-freezer and dishwasher. There’s also a separate utility room.
All the bedrooms come with high-quality wardrobes, while the bathroom and ensuite have Spanish sanitary ware from Porcelanosa, floor and wall tiling, and polished chrome heated towel rails.
The A-rated properties are equipped with underfloor heating on all floors, thanks to a low-energy heat-pump system, and are wired for an electric car charging point.
Copeland Place is within a five-minute walk from Clontarf Road Dart station and the seafront promenade. Dublin city centre is just 3.5 km away.
Viewings are by appointment.
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