DescriptionThe site is located in Carrickmines, Dublin 18, off Junction 15 of the M50. Carrickmines is nestled at the foothills of the Dublin Mountains just 11km south of Dublin City Centre. The lands adjoin and were originally part of the Cairnbrook development, which is a private residential development of houses and apartments located on the Glenamuck Road, offering a picturesque setting with magnificent views of the Dublin Mountains, easy access to the city centre and the convenience of modern living.
The area is well served with public Transport and the Ballyogan Luas Station (Green Line) is 1.5km or a 10 minute walk from the property.
Glenamuck Road is also served by Dublin Bus route 63. There are good schools close to the site, to include Gaelscoil Shliabh Rua and Holy Trinity
Primary schools; Secondary schools include Stepaside Educate Together and Rosemount School in Sandyford. Other local amenities include Leopardstown Racecourse, Carrickmines Park Retail Centre, Carrickmines Golf Club, Westwood Sports Centre and Dundrum Town Centre.
The property comprises a residential development site measuring approx. 3.07 Ha (7.53 Acres). The site is regular in shape and the boundaries are clearly defined. The land slopes gently from east to west. There are some disused agricultural outbuildings located on the north eastern boundary.
The lands are accessed from the Glenamuck Road via a right of way over the internal estate road for Cairnbrook. There is also secondary access from the lane that runs along the northern boundary. The lands have fantastic potential for a residential development, complementing the high standard set in the adjoining Cairnbrook Estate.
Leading Architects O’Mahony Pike have completed a Feasibility Study for 149 residential units to include 54 no. terraced houses ranging in size
from 167-180 sqm, 87 no. apartments arranged in two 5 storey blocks and 8 no. duplex units arranged in a single three storey block. The Feasibility Study and drawings are available in the dataroom.
The Property is zoned Objective A – ‘To protect and-or improve residential amenity’ in accordance with the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Development Plan 2016-2022 and is zoned ‘Medium/Higher density Residential’ in accordance with the Kilternan/Glenamuck LAP 2013.
Further information is available in the dataroom - www.carrickminesgreatlands.com