‘It’s the dream home without the hassle’: Why buying a showhome could save you time and effort

LOCATED ON THE R147 Dublin Road side of Navan town, Cois Glaisin features a selection of new two, three and four bedroom family homes. All properties are superbly spacious and stylish, and residents will benefit from excellent transport links to Dublin.

Right now, six fully furnished showhomes are on sale at Cois Glaisin.

If you dream of a home full of top-quality interiors, appliances and fittings, but your design budget doesn’t quite match your vision, purchasing a showhome could be the solution. 

“We take huge pride in our showhomes, ensuring every detail from the furniture to the joinery is of the very best quality,” says Eamon Gavigan, sales manager with Glenveagh Homes.

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“But we don’t look to get the full cost of the fit-out and interior design back when selling those homes, meaning buyers are getting a significant discount. If you were fitting out a home to this standard from scratch, you’d end up spending a lot more.”

There’s a practical advantage too, says Gavigan.Everything’s done for you. It’s the dream home without the hassle. All the soft furnishings are there, plus flooring, carpets, landscaped gardens, appliances, the TV, even the knives and forks and wine glasses. We tell buyers that all they need to bring is their suitcase and their clothes.

Prices start at €260,000 for 27 Cois Glaisin Park, a two bedroom mid-terrace home, sold fully furnished. Three-bedroom showhomes start at €300,000, and range up to €355,000 for a fully furnished four-bedroom property.

With standard house viewings not currently possible due to coronavirus restrictions, Glenveagh Homes has made it simple for potential buyers to virtually explore homes at Cois Glaisin.

You can book a virtual viewing with an agent here, or start your journey right now with a self-guided VR tour of The Rye, a four-bedroom showhome:

New homes at Cois Glaisin include high levels of insulation, uPVC windows, paved driveways and seeded gardens, meaning you’ll be cosy inside during the cooler months, and won’t be short of space to relax outside in milder weather. Each home has an A-rating for energy efficiency.

The development is just 3km from the bustling commuter town of Navan, and just a few minutes’ walk from Johnstown Shopping Centre. St Stephen’s National School and Coláiste na Mí Secondary School are both close by.

Easy access to the M3 motorway means commuters can make it to the city centre in 45 minutes by car. The regular Navan Express bus service stops just outside the development, while the Park & Ride at Dunboyne is just 20 minutes away by car.

Contact selling agent Raymond Potterton (046 9027666) for more information, or use the button below to book your Virtual Viewing appointment. You can browse Cois Glaisin showhomes and more available from Glenveagh Homes here.

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