The Orchid is the largest house yet in Clay Farm measuring 161 Sqm / 1,733 Sq ft. This house contains a large separate living room on the ground level featuring a lovely bay window. This house type also ideally contains an additional living space off the open plan kitchen/dining room which you can access the private rear garden directly from. The Orchid's all benefit from all being south facing gardens in the the first phase maximizing light to your gardens. Included within this level is a large WC and separate utility room for your washer and dryer. The first floor contains 3 bedrooms, one en-suite and a main bathroom. The top floor master suite is exceptionally spacious and contains a walk in wardrobe/dressing room and large en-suite. The double height windows here also ensure the room is always nice and bright.
This exclusive development benefits from a 14 acre eco park with tracks and trails for resident families, a fantastic amenity right on your doorstep. Clay Farm is set amongst the beautiful picturesque setting of natural parkland with the Dublin Mountains in its backdrop.
Clay Farm is undoubtedly one of the best developments to be released in South Dublin given its close proximity to amenities. The development itself is ideally positioned directly opposite Leopardstown Valley Luas station which brings passengers into Dublinâ€™s City Centre in just 24 minutes. Leopardstown shopping centre is less than 150m from the development's entrance, including anchor tenants Dunnes Stores. The Park Carrickmines is less than 5 minutesâ€™ drive, one of South Dublinâ€™s most popular shopping destinations. There are six primary schools within 9 minutes and seven secondary schools within 20 minutes.
This is a really exciting project to be involved in with the award winning Park Developments Group. The Park Developments Group is one of Ireland's most respected and long established development and building companies. Established in 1962, they have forged a reputation for building high quality residential and commercial properties in Ireland. Other residential projects in the area include Carrickmines Woo ...