Three Bedrooms plus Study: The Castlewood Residence
One end-of-terrace house with three bedrooms and a study, 157 m2 (1690 sq ft), with a striking façade featuring a series of slender double-height windows spanning the first and second floors. Internally, this house is similar to The Belgrave Residences, but slightly larger.
On the ground floor: Hallway, reception room, downstairs WC, kitchen/dining room and utility room. On the first floor: Two bedrooms, one of which has an en suite, and a study. On the second floor: The master bedroom with en suite and private terrace, and storage space.View Floor Plans
Fine-quality kitchens in a modern, refined style with a handleless door system by German maker Rotpunkt. The kitchens are designed and installed by Design Yard, Dublin.
Neff appliances in kitchens, including induction hob and oven with pyrolitic cleaning.
Blanco sink, Hansgrohe tap and Quarella quartz composite countertops and fully clad backsplash.
All houses have utility rooms with Miele washing machine and tumble drier.
Beautiful and practical Italian porcelain floor tiles in kitchen area and utility room.
Best-quality sanitary ware from Duravit.
Showers furnished with Merlyn trays and doors.
Wall-hung toilets with concealed cisterns by Geberit, and taps and showers by Hansgrohe.
Heated towel rails and mirrors with demisting.
Illuminated storage niches and ledges finished with Corian.
Refined and tactile tiling scheme, with full tiling throughout in high-quality Italian porcelain.
Recessed LED downlighters that provide bright and energy-efficient light are well laid-out in the hallways, kitchens and bathrooms, with pendant fixtures for softer lighting in the living area and bedrooms.
Control your lamps with wall switches. A generous allowance of five-amp sockets means that you can switch all your rooms’ lamps on and off at the wall.
Feature lighting in bathrooms. Backlit mirrors and storage niches illuminated with LED downlighters set a calming mood.
Ceilings and Joinery
High ceilings in all houses.
“Amsterdam” internal timber fire doors designed by Studio Pietboon, with satin chrome door hardware and framed by custom-made, modern architraves.
Hallways and downstairs WCs finished with the same high-quality Italian porcelain floor tiles that are in the kitchens and utility rooms.
Each house has a beautiful urban garden with patio, designed by Bloom gold medal winner Green Shoots Garden Design. All back gardens have an ideal southwest orientation.
At the front of each house is further planting by Green Shoots and a driveway with parking for two cars. There is provision for electric car charging points.
For homes without rear access, there is discreet built-in storage for bins on the driveway. (Houses with rear access have the same built-in storage at the end of their back gardens.)
Brickwork in Chailey Rustic Stock by Ibstock.
Granite sills throughout.
Nordan low-maintenance alu-clad Scandinavian windows that have a low U-value for energy efficiency and especially high sound-reduction properties.
Solid concrete blockwork party walls between houses.
Security & Protection
Wired intruder alarm system installed in each house.
Wired fire and carbon monoxide detection system and alarms with battery backup are fitted in each house. A smoke detector is fitted in every room, exceeding the current standards.
Warranty cover under HomeBond 10-year structural and latent defect insurance.
Multiple connections for TV and broadband in each house, including living areas and bedrooms.
A generous number of socket outlets is provided throughout each house, with high-quality stainless-steel finish sockets and switches in the kitchen, utility room and living room.
Cat 5e cabling for data and phone.
A3 BER rating. Discover what life is like in an A-rated home; the cosiness and comfort are a revelation.
Exceptional insulation. Excellent levels of insulation are built into the floor, walls and roof, in excess of the building regulations.
Airtightness. Each house has a high level of airtightness reducing heat and energy loss through the fabric of the building.
Mechanical ventilation system. Highly insulated and airtight homes need to be adequately ventilated to provide a comfortable and healthy environment. The Whitfield Grove houses use an energy-efficient technology called Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR). Warm, moist air is constantly drawn out of the kitchen, utility room and bathrooms; the MVHR unit retains the heat energy in this air and uses it to warm fresh air that is drawn in from outside and ducted to habitable rooms. This fresh air is filtered before it is supplied to the house.
Air-source heat pump. Flexible controls provide efficient heating and hot water with proven low energy costs. Each house’s heat pump is located in its back garden.
Underfloor heating. The houses have thermostat-controlled underfloor heating on the ground floor. The upper floors have best-quality, low-temperature aluminium radiators with thermostatic valve controls.
Hot-water programming. You can program the system to meet your requirements.