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Residential

Foxlands, Raheny

Foxlands is a proposed vibrant residential community of over 500 new high-quality houses, apartments and community facilities off Sybil Hill Road, Raheny.

Our aim for Foxlands is to help provide a much needed housing opportunity and to ease the growing demand for housing in North Dublin. With a mix of starter family homes, along with beautiful spaces for people who wish to trade down to a more suitably sized property, we truly expect this development to exceed all expectations.

The development will boast an extensive range of tenant amenities at ground and basement levels, to include concierge, tenant parcel collection area, wifi and work zones, cinema and games rooms, together with fitness gym and creche facility.

Located in one of North Dublin's most sought after suburbs, Raheny boasts unrivaled local amenities including St Annes Park and numerous sports clubs in the surrounding area.

Property Overview

  • Address

    Foxlands, Sybill Hill Road, Raheny, Dublin 5

  • Developer

    Marlet Property Group

  • Architect

    O'Mahony Pike Architects

  • Houses

    104

  • Apartments

    432

Details & Amenities

The houses will be laid out in 4 perimeter blocks of 26 units each with shared central landscaped courtyards, and will comprise 96 terraced 3-bedroom units and 8 detached 4-bedroom units.

The apartments will be accommodated in 6 blocks ranging in height from 5 to 8 storeys (over basement).

Block 1 (5 to 8-storeys) will accommodate 143 no. units comprising 48 no. 1-bedroom, 92 no. 2-bedroom and 3 no. 4-bedroom units.
Blocks 2 and 4 (8-storey) will each accommodate 63 no. units comprising 15 no. 1-bedroom, 39 no. 2-bedroom and 9 no. 3-bedroom units.
Blocks 3 and 5 (5-storey) will each accommodate 39 no. units comprising 9 no. 1-bedroom, 24 no. 2-bedroom and 6 no. 3-bedroom units.
Block 6 (5-storey) will accommodate 85 no. units comprising 59 no. 1-bedroom and 26 no. 2-bedroom units.

The development will also provide for an extensive range of tenant amenities at ground and basement levels of apartment Blocks 1 and 6 to include concierge, tenant parcel collection area, wifi and work zones, cinema and games rooms, together with fitness gym and creche facility.

Basement car park will provide 434 no. car parking spaces, 864 no. bicycle parking spaces, refuse storage and plant, with visitor parking and electrical car charging provided along the main avenue.

Two large areas of public open space are provided east and west of apartment blocks with a range of amenities including an urban gym, seating and picnic areas and a children’s playground.

104 houses
Landscaped picnic area
Meeting Rooms
864 Bicycle spaces
432 apartments
Fitness gym
434 basement car parking spaces

Each family home and private apartment is finished to the highest of modern standards and benefits from the latest in modern building technologies.

Property Location

The site is located approximately 5km from Dublin City Centre and is centrally located in the mature residential suburb of Raheny.

Sybil Hill Road is one of the main roads connecting the residential estates in the area.

Foxlands will be well served by community infrastructure including schools, village neighbourhood centres, shops and crèches (to which more will be added in conjunction with the proposed development.)

The proposed development is adjacent to St Anne’s Park and the variety of recreational facilities that the park provides, including tea rooms/restaurant.

The area around Raheny has sports club for almost every sport you could think of. With numerous top class golf courses, a number of GAA clubs, rugby clubs, soccer clubs and tennis clubs to name but a few. Foxlands is also close to the substantial Irish Wheel Chair Association national facility.

The development is within a short walking distance from an array of public transport services, which include a mix of QBC bus and Dart.
Also a short walk to the sea front along the Clontarf Road where there is the S2S cycle route.

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