Luxury two and three bedroom apartments in one of the best locations in Dublin offer inspired architecture, sophisticated interiors and beautiful surroundings.
Dunluce has won best housing at the 2017 Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland (RIAI) Awards. The development is in a hidden site in Ballsbridge with amazing views relative to the Dodder River, Herbert Park, the open space of Merrion Cricket Ground and the Dublin mountains to the south.
This low rise, low density development overlooks Merrion Cricket Club on one side and the playing fields and parklands of Herbert Park on the other. Despite being so close to the city, it occupies a uniquely green space.
The apartments are surrounded by lawns and connected by raised boardwalks with decking, overlooking reflecting pools. The Dodder River runs past the property and can be enjoyed from the outdoor terraces that are a feature of each.
Dunluce has just two apartments per floor and each is L shaped, wrapped around a central lobby. Allowing the apartments to be dual aspect, and because each has large, floor to ceiling windows, and the rooms have extra high ceilings, a sense of space runs through them, despite all the glazing, the apartments are highly energy efficient, achieving an A3 BER.
Dunluce is a secure development accessed via electronic gates, controlled by video intercom.
Interiors are sophisticated, with high gloss lacquered floors, Velstone work surfaces and Villeroy & Boch ceramics. And each apartment gets additional storage space in the basement.