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The Walkinstown site comes with full planning permission for 61 residential units

The Walkinstown site comes with full planning permission for 61 residential units

The Dundalk site extends to 1.29 hectares and it has potential for 61 houses

The Dundalk site extends to 1.29 hectares and it has potential for 61 houses

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The Walkinstown site comes with full planning permission for 61 residential units

Two residential development sites in Dublin and Dundalk have been brought to the market this week. Peter Garrigan and Victoria Byrne of CBRE are guiding €975,000 for the Dundalk site and €6.75m for the site in Walkinstown, west Dublin.

Extending to 0.67 hectares (1.65 acres) the Walkinstown site comes with full planning permission for 61 residential units while a separate planning application is pending for the development of a further eight residential units on a section of the site.

The 61 units would comprise 29 one-bedroom apartments and 27 two-bedroom apartment units in a five-storey block as well as five three-bedroom townhouses.

Sizes would range from 40-50 sqm for the one-bedroom units to between 68 and 86 sqm for the two-bed apartments. The three-bed townhouses would extend to 120 sqm.

The other eight units applied for by Canmar Properties Limited comprise two two-bedroom semi-detached houses and six four-bedroom townhouses.

Strategically positioned near the Walkinstown Road junction with the Long Mile Road, the site also benefits from frontage on to Walkinstown Road and Balfe Road. It is easily accessible with bus routes such as the 151, 124 and 27 connecting with Dublin city centre while the Bluebell Luas Stop on the Red Line is located just 1km away. It is also convenient to Junction 1 on the N7 and Junction 9 on the M50 motorway and The Red Cow Roundabout is about 4km away.

For sale with vacant possession, the site is currently occupied by a carpark and a mix of commercial and industrial two-storey buildings.

The Dundalk site extends to 1.29 hectares (3.192 acres) and it has potential for 61 houses. Located 450m from the town centre on Carrickmacross Road, it is in a residential area including one-off housing.

Zoned Existing Residential ‘To protect and enhance the amenity and character of existing residential communities’, a feasibility study indicates potential for a mix of three-bed houses and two-bedroom apartments with the apartments ranging from two to three-storeys in height.

Amenities in the area include Marshes Shopping Centre, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dundalk Retail Park, and a selection of restaurants and cafes.

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