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Knockrabo - Mount Anville Road, Goatstown, Dublin 14, South Dublin City

52 - 173m 2Energy Rating
#3 of 3 Properties Viewed in Goatstown
Savills (New Homes)
Savills (New Homes)
Tel: 01 618 1300
PSRA Licence No. 002233
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***1 & 2 Bedroom apartments & 2 & 3 Bedroom Penthouses launching soon from the show apartments*** Knockrabo is an impressive new development with apartments and penthouses set amidst c.20 acres of exquisite parkland and positioned on a stunning elevated site with views of the sea & the city in this enviable location. The apartments & penthouses have been thoughtfully designed and have well-proportioned rooms with bright spacious accommodation with large floor to ceiling windows and the majority of these have slightly separate living rooms, with a utility off the kitchen. The specification will be excellent both internally & externally and will have exceptional finishes throughout. The apartments are spacious in size with 1 bedroom apartments sized between c. 52 - 62 sq m/c. 563-671 sq ft and the 2 bedroom apartments sized between c. 89 - 97 sq ft/c. 960 - 1,044 sq ft. The 1, 2 & 3 bedroom penthouses are very sizable and range in size from 69 -173 sq m/c. 751 - 1,863 sq ft. If you are not already aware the first phase of elegant houses in Knockrabo are now sold with further houses due to come on stream in late 2020. Designed by award winning architects by O'Mahony Pike the overall vision for Knockrabo is to create a unique community within its fabulous open green spaces with stunning mature trees while sympathetic to the presence of the protected Cedarmount House, The Gate Lodge and also protecting the abundance of mature trees on this prime South Dublin site. Knockrabo will also incorporate community facilities including an exercise studio, crèche, park, trails and a library lounge where residents can relax & meet with neighbours. These elegant homes will have exceptional design and finishes which have been carefully selected in conjunction with the architects, O'Mahony Pike and the distinguished design consultant Helen Turkington. Knockrabo has always been about more than just a development of beautiful homes in a charming setting. It's about community. About lifestyle. This is a place for people to relax, exercise and enjoy the Knockrabo way of life. The grounds of Knockrabo are very special, and feature numerous exquisite trees (some of which are over 200 years old). Children have climbed and played among these trees for many generations - as will many generations of Knockrabo residents to come. With the hectic bustle of everyday life, time is always at a premium. When it comes to crèche and exercise studio facilities, Knockrabo will save residents time by offering these facilities on their doorstep. History Knockrabo is built on the site of Mountanville House, a demesne that was the home of Henry Roe who is famous for having paid for the restoration of Christchurch Cathedral.The name Mountanville House was later changed to Knockrabo. The attractive house of Knockrabo, which stood opposite Mount Anville Convent, was a Victorian house of exceptional quality being located on high ground overlooking much of South County Dublin and a rooftop belvedere was added in the 19th Century to take advantage of these views. The house became the home of Chief Baron Christopher Palles in 1885 until his death in 1920. Later it became a boarding school for girls that practiced the progressive methods of English educator, Charlotte Mason (1842-1923). The school closed in 1960 and the Ski Club of Ireland built their first ski slope there c.1966 until the mid '70's when it moved to Kilternan. In the early 80's Knockrabo was owned by Dublin Gas employees, it was subsequently sold to Bank of Ireland who used it as their sports club. The BOI sports club included a bowling lawn, grass tennis courts and Knockrabo itself was demolished in 1984 to make way for a new sports facility. For further details, please contact Gavan Ryan at Savills New Homes team on +353 1 618 1754 or register at www.Knockrabo.ie.

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