Final two detached five-beds on private Rathmichael hillside
Hillfield, Rathmichael, Co Dublin
Hillfield was one of the most expensive new residential schemes to come on the market after the property bust, helped by its location on a private Rathmichael hillside that enjoys views from the Sugar Loaf mountain to Bray Head right down to the Irish Sea.
This 11-unit enclave of four-bed and five-bed detached homes is laid out in a horseshoe shape around a landscaped common area directly off Ferndale Road. The development is accessed by a long, sweeping avenue and is surrounded by mature dense woodland. Each house sits on a 0.4ac plot and comes with professionally landscaped gardens.
The first phase of Hillfield was launched near the end of 2014 by New Generation Homes, which was founded by Greg Kavanagh with brother Hugh and former long-term business partner Pat Crean, after Kavanagh began buying Dublin development land for knockdown prices during the depths of the recession.
Last year, London-based M&G Investments, the developer's financial backers, bought out Kavanagh's stake in New Gen, as the company became known.
No7 Hillfield, a bungalow, and No8, a two-storey home, are the final two properties for sale in the Rathmichael scheme, with prices starting at €1.25m. Both are detached properties with five bedrooms, most of which are ensuite and all of which have fitted wardrobes.
Ferndale Road is about one and a half miles from Shankill Village. Hillfield is a five-minute drive both to the Luas stop at Cherrywood and to the M50.
Viewings at Hillfield will be held at 2pm tomorrow.
Enquiries to: Dillon Marshall Property Consultants (01) 4967574.