Wednesday 26 October 2016

Six award-winning apartments remain

Seascape, Clontarf, Dublin 3

Published 06/11/2015 | 02:30

Seascape in Clontarf
Seascape in Clontarf

Just a handful of developments have been released on prime seafront locations on Dublin's northside in recent years.

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But sales at the 54-unit Seascape, a scheme near the Clontarf promenade that was first launched a year ago, suggest demand for upmarket seaside properties is buoyant.

There are just six units left at Seascape, namely a one-bed that costs €340,000, three two-beds priced from €455,000, and two three-beds with prices starting at €600,000. The last phase of these apartments was unveiled in March.

The development, set amidst a landscaped garden with a water feature, is located on the Clontarf Road, between Dollymount Park and Seafield Road East, and has views of Dublin Bay and Bull Island. Each apartment has its own balcony or terrace.

There are fully-fitted high gloss Kube kitchens with Siemens appliances in each unit, as well as built-in ivory-coloured oak wardrobes by Cawley Furniture in each bedroom.

The one-bed on the market has an open-plan kitchen/dining area, as well as a bedroom and bathroom.

The apartments are larger than their boom-era predecessors, with extra storage capacity in the form of secure lock-ups in the underground car park.

CCTV has been fitted to all common areas and there is lift access to all floors. Security is boosted further at the entrance to Seascape, which is through electronic gates.

Seascape, winner of the House Building Project of the Year 2015 at the Irish Building and Design Awards, was developed by MKN Property Group, which was responsible for Sutton Castle and Manor House in Raheny, among other developments.

MKN Property Group bought the Seascape site, once home to the superpub Dollymount House, in 2006.

Once demand from buyers began to recover from the crash in 2013, the developer took advantage of the site's enviable sea views and southern orientation to start building luxury apartments.

Local amenities include St Anne's Park, the Royal Dublin Golf Club and West Wood Gym, while the Dart at Clontarf provides access to the city centre.

Enquiries to: Sherry Fitzgerald New Homes (01) 667 1888.

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