Just as Howth Village comes into view, a stunning new residential site, which carefully compliments and blends into its surroundings, will soon come to life.
We are delighted to present Claremont, a new residential development which will deliver 512 apartments, a 240 sqm creche, and over 2,600 sqm (28,000 sq ft) of retail space.
Details & Amenities
This seafront development has been designed to accentuate views of all that Howth has to offer. Claremont’s buildings layout was chosen to provide sunny, south facing public and communal spaces, overlooking St Mary’s Church and Deer Park, and to maximise sea views north towards the Irish Sea and Ireland’s Eye.
Designed with the intention of creating calm, all the 512 1-,2- and 3-bedroom homes will come with a private balcony or terrace to further appreciate the wonderful surroundings.
Close to 12,000 sqm (130,000 sq ft) will be dedicated to landscaped public areas with over 4,000 sqm (43,000 sq ft) allocated to indoor and outdoor resident’s amenity spaces, such as a gym, a concierge, lounges, meeting rooms and many landscaped courtyards.
The Civic Plaza will be a vibrant area of public open space boasting shops, a café and restaurant, linking the seaside walkway to Howth Road. The Western Parkland will be converted into a public park which will continue to Baltray Park.
Claremont will offer the opportunity to extend the Green Belt, further integrating the development with Howth Village, linking to Baltray Park to the west. A public walkway and cycleway will also be created along the northern boundary of the site, above the level of the railway, providing stunning unobstructed sea views.
2,600 sqm of Retail space
Exceptional Seafront Location
439 Car Spaces
Restaurant & Cafés
1,335 Bikeparking spaces
240 sqm Creche with outdoor play area
Sea walk loop
Extension of the Green Belt towards Baltray Park
New Seafront Cycleway
12,000 sqm of Landscaped Open space
Claremont is prominently located between Howth Road and Claremont Strand.
It’s a five-minute walk to the ever-popular Howth Village and enjoys everything that entails: walks along the pier, the freshest seafood and the best sea views.
The DART station can be reached in less than 5 minutes and there is a Dublin Bus stop outside the property, both providing easy access to the city centre, surrounding suburbs, South Dublin and Wicklow.
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