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St. Clare’s

Regarded as one of the most popular residential locations within Dublin City, the St Clare's development will consist of 220 apartments within 9 residential blocks. The development is well serviced by public transport and located in close proximity to employment and retail hubs.  

Property Overview

  • Address

    St Clare's, Harolds Cross, Dublin 6W

  • Developer

    Marlet Property Group

  • Architect

    BKD Architects

  • No of Apartments


Details & Amenities

The proposed development will comprise 220 residential units in total, including a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments ranging in average size from 54.8 sq m (590 sq ft), 84 sq m (905 sq ft) and 109 sq m (1,173 sq ft) respectively. The development will include picturesque landscaped gardens and will provide 156 basement car parking spaces. The tenant amenities will extend to approximately 395 sq m (4,252 sq ft).
In addition, the scheme will include a crèche facility that will extend to approximately 210 sq m (2,260 sq ft).

220 Apartments
Bicycle Parking
156 basement Car Parking spaces
Landscaped Gardens

Property Location

St. Clare’s is in Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W which is regarded as one of the most popular residential locations within Dublin City.

Harold’s Cross is a thriving village approximately 2.25 km from St Stephen’s Green. It is situated south of Dublin city centre and the Grand Canal while Rathmines and Rathgar are situated to the west and Terenure to the south.

The location is excellently served by public transport. Dublin Bus routes 9, 16, 18, 49, 54a and 83a all operate on a quality bus corridor on Kimmage Road, adding to the accessibility and vitality of the area.

Harold’s Cross has a vast range of boutiques, shops and bistro-style restaurants and cafés. The location prides itself on having numerous established dining outlets renowned for their fine foods, lively atmosphere and clientele as well as a wide variety of recreational amenities including the adjacent Mount Argus Park and the nearby Harold’s Cross Park.

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