New homes schemes in Dublin city

There are still some new homes schemes within easy reach of the city

An artist impression of what the Montrose development could look like.

An artist impression of what the Montrose development could look like.

 

While the boom in construction continues apace in Dublin city centre and its surrounds, much of the frenetic activity continues to be directed towards the delivery of offices and hotels. And where residential development is taking place, an increasing proportion of it now involves the delivery of apartments geared towards the private rented sector.

 There are still some new home schemes within easy reach of the city, but the prices are unsurprisingly at levels that few first-time buyers will be in a position to afford. For those trading up and those trading down however, the choice on offer is an attractive one.

While Cairn Homes much-anticipated delivery of housing on the lands it acquired at RTÉ’s Montrose campus is still some way off, the listed builder is bringing the apartments at its new Donnybrook Gardens development to the market in March. Located next to RTÉ at Greenfield Park, the high-end scheme comprises 86 two and three-bed apartments and penthouses, with prices ranging from €795,000 to €1.7 million.

Another new development worth watching out for is Annesley Gardens, Ranelagh, Dublin 6. Located on a 1.25-acre site between Annesley Park and Killeen Road, the scheme, which is being built by Seabren Developments, will comprise 20 three and four-bed houses and is due to come on stream this spring. Prices have yet to be confirmed.


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