The town that Bertie built targets first-timer buyers10/14/2019
Hallwell in Adamstown launched in May of this year and has already sold 60 homes, with some of the buyers moving in in the coming weeks.
The development of three- and four-bed homes is being built by Hugh McCreevy & Sons. It’s close to Lucan village and a walk away from Adamstown train station.
Adamstown, the first ‘new town’-style development built in Ireland since Shannon town in the late 1960s, was launched by Bertie Ahern in 2005. It has come a long way since then and has been consistently popular with first-time buyers.
There are currently four house types on offer in Hallwell. Type A is a four-bed semi-d with a floor area of 1,432sq ft selling from €420,000. Type B is a four-bed over three storeys with a floor area of 1,658sq ft selling from €405,000 for terraced or from €420,000 for end of terrace. Type C is a three-bed semi with a floor area of 1,249sq ft starting at €345,000 to €355,000. Finally Type D is a three-bed semi with a floor area of 1,227sq ft starting at €335,000 for terraced and €340,000 for end of terrace.
There are four showhouses on view tomorrow and Sunday from 2pm to 4pm.
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