WITH BENEFITS FOR both the planet and your wallet, there’s no shortage to the appeal of having an energy efficient home.
This week we’re looking at four homes around the country with top-of-the-class A1 BER classifications for efficiency – from a four-bed in Galway to a new-build in Cork.
Coming to the market in excellent condition, 9 An Dunan is an attractive four-bed family home. The detached property is located on a site of 0.4 acres, most of which is to the rear of the house. The interior is spacious and well-suited to a family, with an open-plan kitchen/dining room, living room and separate playroom. Corofin village is a 10-minute walk away.
Built in 2018, 46 Carton Grove is a modern three-bed mid-terrace home. The property comes to the market in walk-in condition, with features including solar panels, wood floors and a stylish, contemporary kitchen.
Two parking spaces come with the property, while there’s a sizeable garden to the rear. The centre of Maynooth is a 15-minute walk away.
Located right by the coast in northwest Donegal, this four-bed home is the ideal countryside retreat. It boasts uninterrupted sea views from Tory Island to Inisbofin, while Curransport Pier is less than a five-minute walk away.
The interior is warm and welcoming, and comprises four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an open-plan kitchen and sitting room, a sunroom and a utility room.
The Oval is a new development of family homes in the coastal village of Eyeries, Co Cork. There are four semi-detached properties and one detached property still available, with prices starting from €260,000 for a three-bed semi-detached home, up to €360,000 for a four-bed detached house.
Each property at the development is positioned around a central green, while landscaped grounds make it an ideal location for families.