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The development at Oatlands has full planning permission for 63 units, a mixture of houses, duplexes and apartments.   Within the proposed development, there is a mixture of 1, 2, and 3 bed apartment units. The apartments are accessed from ground floor or basement level via lift or stair to an internal shared entrance hallway. There is a total of 30 apartments - 4 one bed, 20 two bed and 6 three bed apartments.   A total of 24 duplex units are proposed; 12 three bed duplexes at ground floor level will include a private terrace. While 12 two bed duplexes at the upper levels will have a private balcony. The duplex units will be 3 storeys in height as opposed to the apartment building which will be 4 storeys in height.

Property Overview

  • Address

    Oatlands, Mount Merrion

  • Developer

    Marlet Property Group

  • Architect

    Ferreira Architecture

  • No of apartments

    30 Apartments, 9 detached houses and 24 duplex units.

Details & Amenities

A communal garden provides a mix of planting, paving and seating areas for the enjoyment of the residents.
Play equipment for children is also proposed via a play area in the central garden area.

Communal garden
33 Secure Bicycle Spaces
108 Parking Spaces

Site Location

The Oatlands site is located approximately 8 km south of Dublin City Centre along the Stillorgan Road N11.

It is linked to the N11 via Trees Road and the M50 via Kilmacud Road and the Drummartin link Road.
It’s approximately 2km away from the Dublin Coastline.

The site is located near excellent transport links with the N11 Quality Bus Corridor approximately 300 metres way and Blackrock Dart Station about 2km away. The nearest Luas stop is 1.5km away at the end of St Raphaela’s Road, Kilmacud.

Oatlands benefits from its proximity to Deer Park to the north west of the site and from Kilmacud playing fields to the south east.

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