The Thornhill development was launched last weekend by agent Keane Mahony Smith to an overwhelming response from viewers. This is a very creative scheme, right in the heart of the village, at the foothill of the Burren mountains, appealing to buyers who appreciate the village setting, both beside the sea and the Burren and accessible to Galway city and north Clare.
Kinvara is an ideal base now, its convenience to the motorway offers a select lifestyle and wonderful community with excellent coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, and the very beautiful Kinvara Bay. The construction of the final phase of the road from Kilcolgan to Kinvara is an additional attraction, making Kinvara more convenient to Galway city.
The scheme is rustic in setting, in keeping with the location between the Burren and the sea. Interior and exterior have been wonderfully presented by Tripod Design and the showhouse is a ‘must see’. The showhouse represents what is on offer to the purchaser, a walk-in high spec finish to include wall panelling, appliances, understair design, quartz worktop, flooring, tiling, and feature glass wall to gardens.
The properties are favourably larger than a standard four bed home at c145sq m and a wonderful distribution of space with excellent natural lighting throughout.
All houses are A rated, passive houses, with the lastest air-to-air heating system, making it almost zero cost and a super warm house.
Shelagh McGann of Keane Mahony Smith said: "I'm delighted to be associated with OCC Construction who present a high spec home as standard with a walk-in finish, ensuring the €30,000 help to buy for new home owners can be used as they see fit.”
Anyone wishing to view can make an appointment with Keane Mahony Smith on 091 563744, email [email protected].