Ardilea Crescent targeting upper end of south Dublin market
Ardilea Crescent, Clonskeagh, Dublin 14
The first residential estates in Ardilea in Clonskeagh arrived in the late 1960s, with the nearby newly-transferred UCD campus in Belfield inspiring a slew of university-themed names for these cul-de-sac enclaves, such as Harvard, Yale and Louvain.
Among those enclaves is Heidelberg and tucked away off this road is Ardilea Crescent, a development launched for the first time in April.
Following the sale of 12 homes in the initial tranche, a further seven are being released this weekend, though two have already gone sale agreed.
The scheme, one of the few new developments in the area, has been designed and marketed with the upper end of the south Dublin residential market in mind: prices start at €875,000.
At the landscaped five-acre site at Ardilea Crescent, work will also start shortly on a later phase of apartments, with 48 in all, which will be on the market next year.
For now, there is a release of four-bed units laid out over three storeys. These include semi-detached properties from the Type A range, which have a floor area of 2,423 sq ft and cost from €1.05m, as well as slightly smaller Type B terraced properties that span 2,121 sq ft and are priced from €875,000.Each home has either an A2 or A3 BER and there is underfloor heating to the ground floors. Commuters who live at Ardilea Crescent can avail of the Luas stop at Churchtown or the regular bus services into the centre of Dublin.
The showhouse at Ardilea Crescent will be on view between 11.30am and 1pm tomorrow.
Enquiries to: Hooke & MacDonald (01) 6318402