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Ultra-stylish new family homes in Kildare from €410,000

The showhome at Wavertree will be open for viewings this Saturday, March 14.

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AS LOCATIONS GO, Kildare is a top contender for those on the property search, both as a commuter town that’s close to Dublin city and as a village in its own right. 

If you’re house-hunting in Kildare or the surrounding areas, Wavertree should make your list. Located just minutes from Kildare Village, you’ll have an array of local coffee shops, restaurants and boutiques on your doorstep, as well as excellent schools and sports clubs.

The new development has two types of four-bedroom homes available at the moment, either detached or semi-detached. The four-bedroom detached homes in the heart of Kildare town centre are on the market for €410,000, and the semi-detached versions are on the market starting at €375,000. 

The show home will be open for viewings this Saturday, March 14, from 12.30 to 1.30pm.

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The bright and spacious homes at Wavertree feature bespoke kitchens with considerable counter space thanks to islands that are perfect for entertaining. They also each have open-plan living areas,

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The bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, and the bathrooms have a contemporary spa-style, as do the en suites.

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As well as the back gardens -all low-maintenance outdoor spaces – you’ll be close to the Irish National Stud and Japanese Gardens, as well as horse racing at the Curragh, Naas and Punchestown.

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Wavertree is just a short commute to Dublin city centre — it’s just 40 minutes by train to Heuston Station and only 55 mins by local bus services. 

Properties at Wavertree, Tully Road, Kildare, Kildare, Co. Kildare are on the market starting at €375,000 through Conway Auctioneers via Daft.ie.

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