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300 year old Dublin stable converted into boutique housing development

Written by Robert McHugh, on 5th Sep 2019. Posted in Property

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A 300-year-old stable block in South County Dublin has been transformed into a boutique housing development. The Stables, situated on The Rise in Mount Merrion, features 10 luxurious homes – 7 within the original stables, and 3 newly built mews properties sitting opposite, overlooking a landscaped courtyard.

The development comprises 2 and 3-bedroom homes, ranging in size between 117 sq m/ 1264 sq ft – 181 sq m/ 1947 sq ft each incorporating contemporary interior design. In keeping with the heritage of the site, natural materials have been expertly sourced.

The stable block has been restored to incorporate its listed façade and each home is expertly finished with lime render, handmade conservation windows and slate roofs. 

The 3 newly built, 2-bedroom mews houses are contemporary in design with light filled double height reception rooms and first floor sun terraces. Parking for two cars within the courtyard gardens will be provided for each home and a separate bike store will be built in addition.

Mount Merrion has an abundance of amenities from schools, pubs and restaurants. The N11 provides direct access to the city centre and beyond and the neighbourhood is served by a strong bus network.

Prices for the 2 bedroom stable houses start at €700,000
Prices for the 2 bedroom mews houses start at €870,000
Prices for the 3 bedroom stable houses start from €875,00

Speaking this week, Development Manager with sales agents at Savills Ireland, Beverly Ensor said, "The Stables is the perfect blend of old and new and should appeal to anyone looking for a private, low density development in an established Dublin suburb packed with characterful period features and tasteful, contemporary design."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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