Laraghcon

Lucan, North County Dublin

Description

Laraghcon is a new residential development of the highest quality being built by Shannon Homes. Situated just over Lucan bridge, only a few hundred yards west of Lucan Village on a magnificent elevated site with views over the River Liffey and up to the Dublin Mountains. Award winning architects McCrossan O’ Rourke have designed a superior development of large four and five bedroom houses in this mature and sought after location.

Laraghcon provides a first class opportunity for people seeking high quality accommodation and an attractive location convenient to the city and to every conceivable amenity.

 
 

More about the development

Lucan is a quaint village with an abundance of character and an interesting historical past.There is evidence that it was inhabited long before the dawn of Christianity. In the 10th Century the Viking invaders passed through Lucan, going up the Liffey “as far as salmon swim upstream”. After the Norman Invasion, King Henry II awarded the lands of Lucan to Lord Fitzwilliam.

Shannon Homes will bring all their experience to bear in creating a new level of quality, which can become a blue print for residential developments in the future.

Key Features

  • High quality fitted kitchens as per showhouse
  • Excellent range of fitted wardrobes in bedrooms as per showhouse
  • Plumbed utility room in each house type
  • High quality bathroom suites as per showhouse
  • Provision for gas coal effect fire in living room
  • uPVC double glazed maintenance free windows
  • Skimmed internal walls
  • Houses wired for TV, telephone and intruder alarm as per showhouse
  • Houses wired for multicore cable for internet connection
  • Front and back gardens being landscaped

Whats near by

  • Lucan Village Centre
  • here is a great range of local shops, restaurants, and hostelries
  • There are churches of all denominations
  • M50 Motorway
  • Dublin Airport now only 15 minutes drive
  • Grifeen Valley National Park
  • Liffey Valley Shopping Complex
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