Be the first past the post for two at The Gallops
Levmoss Avenue, Leopardstown, Dublin 18
Levmoss, like many of the schemes at The Gallops in Leopardstown, is named after a racehorse that was once trained on the site by the late Seamus McGrath before Park Developments Group began building homes there a quarter of a century ago.
Now, two three-storey family homes are available at Levmoss & Mimosa at The Gallops, a scheme set on landscaped gardens with water features, large open-green areas, a playground, and mature trees.
The two five-bed mid-terrace houses on the market are at 58 and 67 Levmoss Avenue, respectively. Number 58 has a north-west aspect, 2,115 sq ft of living space, an energy rating of B3 and an asking price of €520,000. Number 67 Levmoss Avenue is 2,115 sq ft in size and is priced at €550,000. It has two reception rooms, five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Both properties have teak entrance doors, a specially designed fireplace and gas fire in the living room, custom-designed kitchen units, granite worktops and integrated appliances.
Out back, both houses have a landscaped garden with paving, a garden shed and there is parking both outside and underground.
Park Developments, which has built Dublin estates such as Ticknock Hill, Kelston, Carrickmines Wood, and The Park Cabinteely, plans to bring one, two and three-bed apartments, penthouses and duplexes at Levmoss to the market in the months ahead, according to the selling agent.
The development is situated just minutes from the M50 motorway, accessible by the Sandyford and Carrickmines exits. The Gallops and Glencairn Luas stops are both a short walk from the development.
Enquiries to: Savills (New Homes) (01) 6181300