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The Carriglea development is located south west of Dublin City in proximity to major transport links including the Luas Bluebell stop and the M50. The proposed development consists of 371 apartments within 10 residential blocks ranging in height from four to seven storeys.  

Property Overview

  • Address

    Bluebell, Naas Road, Dublin 12

  • Developer

    Marlet Property Group

  • Architect

    Burke Kennedy Doyle Architects

  • No of Apartments

    371 apartments

Details & Amenities

Carriglea will provide a highly desirable residential development on a 2.62 ha (6.474 acre) site comprising ten high-end multi-storey residential apartment blocks.

The proposed development will comprise 371 residential units in total including a community centre building containing a residents’ lounge, business centre, meeting room, concierge and gym along with basement car parking with 260 spaces all surrounded by picturesque landscaped gardens.

The units are a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments ranging in average size from 52.7 sq m (567 sq ft), 85.0 sq m (915 sq ft) and 105.8 sq m (1,138 sq ft) respectively. The community centre amenity area will extend to 783 sq m (8,428 sq ft).

Apartment Block AC is the tallest proposed building comprising seven storeys while apartment Blocks D, E, F and L are proposed six storey buildings in addition to apartment Blocks H, J and K which are proposed five storey buildings.

In total there are 91 no. one bedroom apartments, 222 no. two bedroom apartments and 58 no. three bedroom apartments proposed.

In addition the scheme will include a crèche facility that will extend to approximately 275 sq m ).

371 Apartments
Secured Bicycle Parking
Meeting Rooms
260 car parking spaces
Residents Lounge

Property Location

Carriglea is located in Bluebell, Dublin 12 which is an established mixed-use area comprising a mix of both residential and commercial accommodation with excellent access to Dublin city centre, and all major surrounding areas via the M50.

The proposed Carriglea development is accessed via Muirfield Drive and is nestled adjacent to the extensive Lansdowne Valley Park and Pitch & Putt Course and the historic Drimnagh Castle. Both Lansdowne Valley Park and Drimnagh Castle are protected conservation areas.

The location is excellently served by a number of public transport facilities with the Bluebell LUAS stop within walking distance 3150 m north east on the Naas Road, providing convenient access to St. James Hospital in approximately 10 minutes and the city centre in approximately 20 minutes. The Naas Road also provides a Quality Bus Corridor (Dublin Bus routes 13, 68 & 69) adding to the accessibility of the area to the city centre and beyond.

This location is a convenient gateway to all the facilities and amenities that the city has to offer including museums, galleries, shops, places of work and leisure.

There is also a variety of major local employment centres close-by along the Naas Road, Parkwest & Ballymount. The immediate area along the Naas and Long Mile Roads comprises a number of national and international commercial occupiers including Woodies, Homebase, Aldi, Axa Insurance, Toyota and McDonalds.

The immediate area benefits from an established local community that offers all of the amenities one would expect, such as shops, cafes, bars, supermarkets, retail parks and recreational amenities. Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin, Ireland’s largest paediatric hospital, is approximately 700 m east of the development.

The surrounding area was designated within the ‘Naas Road Lands Local Area Plan’ noting that there is a great opportunity for future regeneration and improved integration of the area into the emerging fabric of the capital city. The plan provides a framework for new residential and employment areas with their own distinct character, only 6 km from the city centre. Dublin City Council view the location as advantageous and considered a ‘gateway’ to the city, served by strategic road routes and also public transport such as the M50 motorway

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