Kilcaragh Lawn is the third phase of the Kilcaragh development. This phase of homes will offer the purchaser the same exceptional quality and attention to detail which has made Kilcaragh one of the most popular developments in Kerry.
This latest phase offers:
The Kilcaragh residential development is located in the centre of Lixnaw, a vibrant village rich in heritage and culture. Home of the Fitzmaurices, Lord of Kerry between the 13th and 17th century, Lixnaw has in recent years become an attractive location to live. The village has and continues to have sporting success in many areas at all levels, while the traditions of music and dance are central to the life of the village.
In 2003, Lixnaw won the best entrant in the National Tidy Towns Competition, a reward which reflects the well maintained, quality environment of the village.
Rest assured, whichever home you chose at Kilcaragh, you can enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the countryside...
in a quality residence located in spectacular surroundings
...with the hustle and bustle of nearby towns just minutes from your doorstep!
With a 10 mile radius are the towns of Tralee, Listowel and Ballybunion. Beaches, golf courses, walking trails, parks, theatres, restaurants and bars, indoor and outdoor sporting facilities, visitor attractions and major shopping centres are just some of the amenities in the nearby towns.
Last Updated: 23/06/2017
|Qty||House Type||Description||House No.||Floor Area|
|Sold Out||Type A3||3 bedroom semi-detached||18-21, 26-29||1,224 sq.ft.|
|Sold Out||Type B3||3 bedroom semi-detached||16, 17, 22-25, 30, 31||1,202 sq.ft.|
|1||Type E/D||3 bedroom detached||15, 32||1,342 sq.ft.|
|6||Type G/H||4/5 bedroom detached||33-43||1,883 sq.ft.|
|Sold Out||Type J||3 bedroom semi-detached||1-14||1,231 sq.ft.|
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Kilcaragh Green Developments Ltd utilises the Dryform LSF Building System. This is a steel frame superstructure which is prefabricated by Dryform Ltd. The system is based around a series of factory assembled wall frames and floor joists/panels which are assembled on site by Dryform Ltd. to provide the finished loadbearing structure. Specific dry lining, insulation materials, concrete (for floors), exterior masonry wall cladding system and tile roofing system are installed/constructed onsite by others to an agreed specification to achieve a hybrid warm frame system which provides superior weathertightness, structural, fire, thermal, acoustic and durability performance.
The DRYFORM Insulated Light Gauge Steel Framed Housing System has been independently verified and approved by Building Research Establishment Certification Ltd (BREC) for use in Ireland and United Kingdom. Our system is “fit for purpose” in all aspects of the built environment and has a minimum design life of 60 years. Our system fully meets all the conditions and requirements of HomeBond, Premier, NHBC and Zurich.
Our standard external perimeter wall panels incorporate TW55 foil faced insulation and 75mm RockSilk achieving a U-value of 0.21 W/m2ok and a rating of “B1” (New Energy Rating System implemented in 2007).
Concrete floors have a “quality feel” and provide superior sound insulation and fire resistance over other methods. With our system you can use metal decking and concrete floor on each storey. Check the difference – visit one of the houses in Lixnaw.
A BER is similar to the energy label for a household electrical appliance like your fridge. The label has a scale of A-G. A-rated homes are the most energy efficient and G the least efficient.
A BER certificate will be compulsory for almost all new homes by mid 2008. If you are buying or renting a new house or apartment now, you may already be entitled to a BER - so do ask the seller/landlord or their agent for it.
From the 1st of January 2009 a BER certificate will be compulsory for all homes being sold or rented.
BERs will be carried out by specially trained BER assessors, registered by Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI). A list of BER Assessors is available on the SEI website.
It is an offence for persons not registered with SEI as BER assessors to purport to carry out a BER assessment service for the purposes of the Regulations.
The requirement to provide a BER is being introduced on a phased basis as follows:
New dwellings: The regulations apply to new dwellings for which planning permission was applied for on or after 1st January 2007. Transitional BER exemptions will apply to new dwellings for which planning permission is applied on or before 31st December 2006, where the new dwellings involved are substantially completed on or before 30th June 2008.
New Non-Domestic Buildings: The regulations apply to new non-domestic buildings for which planning permission was applied for on or after 1st July 2008. Transitional BER exemptions will apply to new non-domestic buildings for which planning permission is applied on or before 30th June 2008 provided the new non-domestic buildings involved are substantially completed by 30th June 2010.
Existing Buildings: (dwellings and other buildings) when offered for sale or letting on or after 1st January 2009.
Large Public Service Buildings: A public body shall, in relation to a large building occupied by it on or after 1 January 2009, secure and display a BER certificate in a prominent place clearly visible to the public.
Kilcaragh Green Developments Ltd since 2004 has developed excellent reputation for producing quality homes in a spacious environment. This family run business offers unparalleled service which has been borne out by the success of Phase 1 & 2 of Kilcaragh.
Kilcaragh Lawn is the 3rd phase of development by Kilcaragh Green Developments Ltd, whose attention to detail, quality construction methods, high level of finish and quality landscaping make this development one the finest in the country.
Kilcaragh Green Developments Ltd future plans include retails shops, crèche and a medical centre on site which will serve the needs of both the residents and the greater community.