The Show Home is not open this weekend the 18th/19th November
Corrybeg Way is an exclusive development of large, Victorian style family homes in the heart of Templeogue D6W, one of South Dublin’s most sought after locations.
This special enclave of only 16 four and five-bedroom homes is a testament to the exceptional standard of contemporary features and spacious accommodation associated with Victoria Homes, a company synonymous with superior build quality and attention to detail.
Spacious living areas are generously proportioned over three storeys, with extra height 9-foot ceilings adding to the feeling of light and space at ground floor level. Each of these superb homes is completed to showroom standard, with a selection of personalised finishes, tiles and colour schemes to choose from.
Fittings include hand-painted in-frame kitchen units by Christoff Interiors who also supply the bespoke built-in wardrobes and wood paneling. All Bathrooms and En-suites come complete with Valentino bathroom tiles and Rocca sanitary ware. Equipped with the latest air-to-water pump heating systems, the properties are expected to achieve an impressive A2/A3 rating on completion. The first phase to be released are the House Type C which are the 4 Bed 2055 Sq ft Homes.
The D6W suburb of Templeogue is prized not only for its peaceful, leafy heartland and warm, village atmosphere, but also for the wealth of fantastic amenities on the doorstep.
This desirable neighbourhood is set within the catchment area of the St Pious Parish and some of the country’s best schools and colleges including St Pius X, Presentation, St Joseph’s National School, Templeogue College, Terenure College, the High School Rathgar, and Our Lady’s.
Extensive recreational amenities are within easy reach at nearby Bushy Park, and there is an abundance of local sports clubs on your doorstep including Templeogue Tennis Club, St Mary’s Rugby, Templeogue Synge Street and St Judes GAA Clubs, Templeogue United FC and a range of prestigious golf clubs such as Milltown, The Castle, Rathfarnham and The Gra ...