Award-winning scheme overlooks Dublin Bay
Seascape, Clontarf, Dublin 3
Seascape is one of the few seafront apartment developments to be built in suburban Dublin in the post-recession era.
Because of the cost of developing such schemes, most are directed at the higher end of the market, and this scheme near the Clontarf promenade is no different.
Built by MKN Property Group, a family business with a long history of building residential developments on Dublin's northside, Seascape is set amidst a landscaped garden on the Clontarf Road. The scheme commands views of Dublin Bay and Bull Island.
The 54 unit development was initially launched in 2014, and just six of those remain on the market, though MKN is working on another project nearby. Its new development, called Churchfield, will consist of 15 three-bed plus townhouses and is due to launch in early summer. Back in 2006, MKN acquired the site of superpub Dollymount House and waited until the property market showed signs of a recovery before building Seascape on it. The development won House Building Project of the Year in 2015 at the Irish Building and Design Awards.
The cheapest apartment left on the market at Seascape is a one-bed ground-floor apartment priced at €340,000. It has two terraces - one off the bedroom and another off the kitchen/living space. The other five units are two-bed apartments priced between €475,000 and €550,000.
All of the apartments at the Clontarf scheme come with a secure underground parking space and underground storage space. Inside, the apartments are fitted with high-gloss Kube kitchens and Siemens appliances, as well as built-in ivory-coloured oak wardrobes by Cawley Furniture in each bedroom.
Enquiries to: Sherry Fitzgerald New Homes (01) 667 1888.