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Curragh Woods
Killanerin, Co. Wexford

Exclusive development of 9 superior detached properties with a choice of four distinct house types.

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Sunday Business Post - 11th November 2007
Commercial Profile: Crossan Homes

Crossan Homes creates the Gold Standard

Crossan Homes is committed to attention to detail on every facet of the building process - attention to detail that shines through in the end product.

Crossan Homes has built an enviable reputation for professionalism, high-level craftsmanship and creativity in the building sector. The company has been responsible for building the most sought after homes in Wicklow and Wexford over recent years.

According to Peter Crossan, Managing Director, Crossan Homes: ‘‘With 20 years experience in building quality homes for satisfied clients, we feel that our formula is par excellence. We measure our success in terms of client satisfaction and we are confident that we deliver a top quality home, be it an apartment, townhouse, semi-detached or detached house, that fully meets our customers’ expectations.’’ He added: ‘‘We are master builders, members of the CIF, Master Building Contractors Association, and are very proud of that fact. We are committed to attention to detail on every facet of the building process and that attention shines through in the end product, and in the positive feedback we receive from clients. ‘‘We never lose sight of the fact that the purchase of a home is probably the biggest single investment anyone will make in their lifetime and, as such, they have every right to want and expect perfection.’’

Aughrim Hall

Current developments on the market from Crossan Homes include Aughrim Hall, in a very picturesque setting in the beautiful village of Aughrim, this year’s overall winner of the Tidy Towns competition.

Aughrim Hall is a development of 54 houses consisting of three and four-bedroom semi-detached and five-bedroom detached homes. Prices for a home in this exclusive development range from €400,000 to €800,000.

Aughrim is one of Ireland’s most beautiful towns, and such an ideal setting demands only the best. ‘‘Right from the planning to the construction and the interior design, we have made a special effort to produce a home that buyers will be truly proud of. These properties exemplify timeless quality and elegance,’’ said Crossan.

Aughrim, in the heart of Wicklow, is surrounded by forest and heather-clad mountains. The village has an old world feel and charm. Granite walls and brightly painted wooden eaves and doors line the narrow streets. An ancient bridge arches its way over a renowned trout-fishing river. All around lie some of the most scenic mountain and forest walks. The golf enthusiast will discover two of Ireland’s finest golf courses nearby, Brook Lodge and Woodenbridge.

Once again, Crossan Homes claims to set the gold standard in house building, which is evident in this tasteful development, where the individual properties boast finishes of the highest quality.

curragh woods - residential development - new homes wexfordCurragh Woods

Another current development is Curragh Woods.This is an elite development of nine properties, each with six bedrooms. Only two of these large detached houses remain. Located in Killanerin, Co Wexford, prices range from €750,000 to €850,000. This development benefits from a prime village location.

There are four distinctive house types in Curragh Woods, located adjacent to Kilanerin village, which is a picturesque village close to the Wexford/Wicklow border, north of Gorey. It is less than 2 kilometres fromthe N11 and a 40-minute drive from south Dublin. Amenities including a primary school, shop, church and village pub are on the doorstep. Transport to second-level education in Gorey town is available.

Nestling in the foothills of Croghan Mountain, it is a scenic area,with rolling countryside, hills and valleys, and extensive woodland, ideal for walking, trekking and equestrian activities. The area boasts fine golf clubs at Courtown, Seafield and Ballymoney, Forest Park leisure centre, the Island Hunt and the Wicklow Hunt, plus shooting and fishing. Numerous sandy beaches are a short drive away. Killanerin is the home of a successful GAA club. Construction of a new leisure centre with a gymnasium, tennis and badminton courts, will commence shortly.

Gorey town, less than a ten minute drive away, is one of the most vibrant towns in the country with numerous restaurants, pubs and excellent shopping. A wide variety of sport and social activities are catered for, including a musical society and theatre group.

High quality design is a feature of the Curragh Woods development. Each home represents an opportunity to acquire a large, superior property in a superb location. Arranged in a cul-de-sac offering privacy and security for occupants, Curragh Woods is arguably the most prestigious development to come on the market in the north Wexford area. Features include a fitted feature fireplace, underfloor gas central heating, crafted fitted kitchen, fitted wardrobes, tiling, central vacuum system, oak doors, architrave and skirting, cobblelock driveway, timber fencing and a garden shed. Generous PC sums are available for those who prefer their own fit-out.

All Crossan Homes developments are Home Bond Guaranteed. This guarantee covers any major structural defects for a ten-year period and non-structural defects leading to smoke or water penetration.

ballynerrin residential development - new homes wicklowBallynerrin

Aswell as the current development at Aughrim Hall and Curragh Woods, Crossan Homes is also involved in the development of an exclusive site at Ballynerrin in Wicklow town. The company is building 23 spectacular detached houses which will be called Bluerock Vale. The scheme
will feature a mix of two and three-storey properties,where floor space will vary from 3,000 square feet to 3,500 square feet. The development is between Marlton Road and Ballyguile Road, to the southwest of Wicklow town. The completion of the Ashford/Rathnew bypass in 2004, means Wicklow is now linked to Dublin, 42 kilometres to the north, by dual carriageway, or motorway.

Wicklow town is also connected to the rail network, with Dublin commuter services now extending to the town. Wicklow town has undergone a transformation over
the past decade to become a vibrant centre with a population of almost 7,000 people. The range of sporting amenities includes sports facilities, soccer, GAA, rugby, tennis and golf. The town forms a semi-circle around Wicklow harbour. To the north lies The Murrough, a popular grassy walking area beside the sea, and the eastern coastal strip. Dominant features to the south include the rocky headlands of Bride’s Head and Wicklow Head.


Also being planned is an exclusive development at Delgany, comprising nine detached houses at Convent Road, only 500 metres from the centre of Delgany village. The circular side is ranged around a central green area. There are a number of house types available and the average size is 2,900 square feet. Mature trees around the site contribute significantly to the
visual amenity. Residents of these exclusive properties, developed by Crossan Homes, will have
easy access to shopping, schools and other amenities. Nearby,Greystones has much to offer with its bustling town centre, its soon to be developed harbour and fine Blue Flag beaches. With up to ten golf clubs in the area, there are many other sports to enjoy, including rugby, tennis, angling, sailing, and hill-walking.