girodav wrote: »
Looking for information and people's opinion regarding this development. It is marked as new development on Daft and buyers can avail of the Help To Buy. However, it looks not as modern as most recent builds (e.g B1/3 vs A2/A3 BER).
The price point looks quite good (340k for a 4bed, even if smaller than the average), which makes wonder if there is a catch. Does anyone know anything about this development and the area? Anything to be aware of?
Dylan94 wrote: »
I was looking at this place too. On daft it looks quite old and maybe even a little bit run down. I had assumed it was a mistake being marked as a new build.
danfrancisco83 wrote: »
Living here now 2 months, it's really nice. I have been living in apartments for most of my life, and usually keep myself to myself. I was hoping the neighbours would be nice enough, but if they weren't I wouldn't be too bothered. I needn't have worried, everyone I have met so far have been great. I think a lot of people are in the same boat, lots of first time buyers and people with young families who were looking to move to a bigger place. One thing I would say, for anyone looking to buy, is to deal directly with the builder (saved us 10k by not using EA).
Quiet village, 10 minute drive to Blanch SC, all good so far, touch wood.
alwald wrote: »
It's best then to deal with Laragh Contracting instead of Remax, but how did you save 10K? Did you negotiate the price or did you get extras ie tiled bathroom, flooring...?
I presume you bought the previous phase which has gas heating, is the new phase with air heat pump finished or not yet as far as you know? Thanks.
ralfralf wrote: »
We just reserved an apartment here. I am just wondering if any of you have a detailed layout of the 2 bedroom with own door that they offer in Summerseat Ave. We've been asking them about this and they tell us that it will be given after contract signing. I am just not sure about the size of the master bedroom if what size of bed would fit in it.
And for those that have been living here, how do you find the place? And how is the management of common areas.
danfrancisco83 wrote: »
You could look at the 'View 3D Model' on Laragh Contracting dot com (newbie, not allowed post link)
The apartments are a good size IMO, the maintenance in the whole estate is very good, and the vast majority are owner occupiers, young families and young couples. A good move in my opinion.
I am looking at the 3 bed duplex property in Summerseat Clonee.
Though the builder informed there will be final launch of duplexes in April,2022, do you guys have any idea on the prices??
Earlier the launch was planned in March,2022.
around €395,000 for the duplex https://www.daft.ie/new-home-for-sale/summerseat-clonee-clonee-dublin-15/3795672
How much did they cost last year?
About 360k last year, although I don't think the older stock is A rated.
Any word on how much the two beds are going for?