Property of the Week: Two bed-apartment nestled between Rathcoole and Naas on the market

By Hayden Moore

THESE brand new two-bedroom apartments only a 15-minute drive from the Red Cow roundabout are on the market in Kill, Co Kildare, for €250,000.

Nestled between Rathcoole and Naas, the Newtown Manor apartments are well located for commuting to Dublin City, and are well serviced by bus – which connects to the train in Sallins and Luas in Saggart.

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The Newtown Manor apartment block

With the recent opening of a new primary school in Kill, secondary schools located nearby and bus routes serving both Rathcoole and Naas, the three remaining properties make an ideal location for a family.

The Newtown Manor development was, according to Cavan Developments, designed with the “modern purchaser in mind” – with only four apartments per block, each fully fitted with brand-new kitchens and appliances.

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Each apartment comes with its own balcony and fireplace, which adds to the sense of homeliness of the properties.

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The bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, also feature built-in wardrobes.

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As well as the regular bathroom that features a rectangular bath and hand wash basin, there is an en-suite that includes its own “high-quality” porcelain tiling, shower, and toilet.

Set against the backdrop of the traditional country village of Kill, Newtown Manor offers a nice blend of traditional meets modern, with two designated parking spots outside each apartment. 

These homes are available for viewing this Saturday and Sunday, November 10 and 11, from 3pm to 5pm at the official launch of the new two-bed apartments.

For further details contact Cavan Developments on 045 878108.

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