Kinsale's newest address is Ard Alainn, 12 only luxurious detached houses with spectacular views
Savills is delighted to present Ard Alainn – a boutique collection of just 12 homes, designed and built to exceptional standards.
The development is situated on Compass Hill overlooking the upper stretches of Kinsale Harbour, west facing to ensure maximum daytime and evening sunlight. Ard Alainn is a brand new development in Kinsale town, a 5 minute walk from the town centre.
This picturesque, popular and fashionable town is on the south-west coast of Ireland and famous for its safe harbour, favourable mild climate, yachting and gourmet restaurants.
Kinsale is a bustling vibrant town where locals enjoy a joie de vivre only experienced in certain parts of the world. Renowned worldwide as the gourmet capital of Ireland, Kinsale residents are the envy of many and live every day what the tourist experiences in just a short stay. Fabulous views over the harbour, narrow winding streets full of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, superb cliff-side walks and a sheltered harbour with an abundance of activity.
The cosmopolitan community of Kinsale enjoys every convenience within close proximity including schools, numerous sports clubs, supermarkets, local shops and of course the convenience of a natural harbour with fabulous Marinas and its very own collection of fishing trawlers supplying fresh produce every day.
A first for Kinsale, Ard Alainn is a development of only very large luxurious homes. This is a destination address, one we expect will be recognised on the global property stage.
Set on an elevated position on Compass Hill, an already recognised upmarket address in Kinsale, Ard Alainn offers exclusivity. Each detached home will be built in to its own sloping site giving complete privacy to the westerly aspect and a feel of a ‘one off’ build rather than part of a development.
Ranging in size from approximately 3,500 sq ft to 3,750 sq ft (325 sq m to 348 sq m) there is a choice of a 4 or 5-bedroomed detached design over two or th ...