Smart lighting, Google Nest and more: New homes in Wexford with plenty of high-tech extras

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Paula Lyne 09/12/2020
Buyers can choose to add a range of smart features to their new home before moving in.

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INTERNET INSTALLED, Google Chromecast set up, smart thermostat, smart doorbell and smart alarm ready to go… Homes at The Old Forge Road in Wexford bring new meaning to the term ‘turnkey solution’.

This new development from Wexford Low Energy Homes launches in 2021, with a range of three-bedroom homes available. Not only do homes come with operational broadband from day one, plus kitchen units and wardrobes pre-installed, but buyers can choose from a range of smart home packages to add to their purchase price.

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Features like the Google Nest video doorbell and smartphone-controlled thermostat, Philips Hue wireless lighting, and a secure smart alarm can all be set up before you move in – and you’ll be fully trained up on how to use each device too.

As the Wexford Low Energy name suggests, homes at The Old Forge Road are near-zero energy buildings, with photovoltaic panels and air-to-water heating.

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Each property includes off-street parking and enclosed rear gardens outside. Downstairs are the bright and spacious living room, kitchen, utility room and downstairs bathroom. Upstairs you’ll find the master bedroom and en suite bathroom, plus a double bedroom, single bedroom and main bathroom.

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The Old Forge Road is just off the M11 motorway and sits on the outskirts on Enniscorthy town. Drivetime to Wexford town is 30 minutes, and you can be in Dublin city in under two hours.

Homes at The Old Forge Road start at €240,000 and are on sale with Bridge Auctioneers via Virtual, video or in-person private viewings available.