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This Week's Featured House  29 January 2018

This week our featured property is an impressive family home in Kilquade, Co. Wicklow called Woodstock. (Yes, we are wondering too if the owners went to Woodstock in the late 60s. You never know!)

Anyway, Woodstock is an spacious 5 bedroom house on 1/3rd of an acre of landscaped private gardens. There are lots of special features with this house such as a gallery style landing, solid wood floors throughout and a recently installed, all-singing, all-dancing new kitchen.

This great family home has all the advantages of country living whilst being only 8 minutes drive to Greystones Main Street and all the amenities there, and a short commute to the city centre.

If you are looking for a spacious family home with country charm, this house is a must see.

Woodstock Brochure Details

Are you looking for a new home in 2018?  29 January 2018

We all know that there is a dire shortage of housing in Dublin, so the question Madeline Lyons of the Irish Times asked last week was, will 2018 be the year when supply finally begins to meet demand?
The Irish Times has complied a list of the more than 140 new homes schemes launching this year or rolling out new phases.

Of the 140 schemes launching throughout the country, 7 are in Co. Wicklow with 4 of these in Greystones.  The total number of new homes over the 7 developments are 273 not including some apartments being built at The Shore scheme, Marina Village in Greystones.

Click on the link below to find our more information on each scheme.

New Homes Schemes in Dublin's Commuter Counties (Source: The Irish Times)

Did you know?   29 January 2018

Did you know that Eamonn De Valera was arrested at Greystones Station as he stepped off his train onto the platform.  Or, that the Burnaby is a conservation area and one of Ireland's first housing estates.

Well, as they say, you learn something new every day.

If you want to learn some more interesting facts about the beautiful town of Greystones, follow the link to this great article featured on the Greystones Tidytowns website. Even better, do the Heritage Walk, which will bring you past lots of interesting buildings.