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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 4°C
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Act fast to nab one of these modern family homes in North Co Dublin
Houses at Kinsealy Woods are close to everything making them ideal homes for young families.


IF CLOSE PROXIMITY to the sea, the city and school are your main non-negotiables, keeping an eye on homes north and south of Dublin has probably become second nature by now. 

Kinsealy Woods a new development that’s minutes from everything Malahide, Portmarnock and Swords has to offer, which instantly means a great connection to the city as well as great services without the need to travel far at all. 


A collection of three and four-bedroom family homes, the next phase in spring/summer 2022 has just been released.  

The whole house buying process, from mortgage application to move-in day, can be stressful at times, but these contemporary A-rated homes will ensure that the later stages of the journey go as smoothly as possible. There’s a wide range of layouts and house styles available to suit your needs.


The interior style is luxe and contemporary, mixing a soft colour palette with a collection of different finishes and textures to achieve a relaxed look that has been well-thought-out.


Each home has a back garden accessed from the open plan kitchen and dining area making these homes particularly safe for young families. 


A sense of community while being close to the city guarantees the best of both worlds. Kinsealy Woods’ prime location means sport, social activities, work commitments and schooling are all catered for so everyday living is bound to be easy and enjoyable.  

Prices are on application for houses at Kinsealy Woods, Chapel Rd, Kinsealy, Kinsealy, Co Dublin through Lisney New Homes.

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