First house in new Temple Road scheme nearing completion
The Temple Road scheme comprises five detached homes on a site of over one acre
First of five luxury homes on Dartry site nears completion
A new housing scheme on one of Dublin’s premier residential roads, Temple Road in Dartry, continues to progress as new hoardings bearing visualisations of the development were erected on site this week.
The Temple Road scheme comprises five detached homes on a site measuring over one acre. It wraps around Levmoss, a large Victorian house, on three sides.
Caherdaniel, the largest of the new builds at 473sq m, is one of two houses fronting onto Temple Road and is designed in a period style similar to two neighbouring Victorian mansions, Templeville and Ellerslie.
Avanti, the most modern of the new properties, is the other house that fronts on to the prestigious road. The 223 sq m four-bedroom house began construction in early 2014 and is set for a May launch according to Gemma Lanigan of DNG, joint selling agent for the project, with the last house in the development due for completion in 2016.
Sherry FitzGerald is the other agent involved in the sale, with Geralyn Byrne’s team having successfully sold two phases of the new Orwell Park Square development around the corner on Rathgar’s Orwell Park in recent times.
To the rear of the development, are three detached houses arranged around a central courtyard. These include Glandore and New Haven, two similar four-bedroom houses, each with 246sq m, and Ellington, with five bedrooms and 227sq m.
The Temple Road scheme is being developed by John Burns’ Manorglen Homes. He was one half of the partnership who developed Ballsbridge’s Shrewsbury Square.
While the visuals on the hoardings give an idea what prospective buyers can expect, no news yet as to what they might have to pay.