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Greenacres Grange

Located adjacent to Airfield’s urban farm and gardens, on the Upper Kilmacud Road in Dublin 14, Greenacres Grange is a proposed development of 253 apartments in three carefully arranged and designed blocks.

In response to its exceptionally green surroundings, the buildings at Greenacres are conceived of as pavilions, strategically arranged to maximise light and take full advantage of the attractive surrounding views, and also to create a series of linked communal spaces, each with a distinct character for a diversity of purpose and flora.

Green Acres, Kilmacud Road Upper, Dublin 14
Marlet Property Group
Henry J Lyons
253 Apartments

Details & Amenities

Greenacres Grange will comprise 253 spacious 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, each coming with living rooms benefiting from large glazed doors to maximise their sense of connection to the outside

The development will include numerous shared amenity spaces and services ­– such as a concierge, a creche, gym, landscaped rooftop terraces, a cinema, and meeting rooms – to enhance the sense of community and ensure an animated atmosphere and holistic living.

As with all Marlet developments, our plans for Greenacres Grange make the most of the existing site and respond to the particular setting and surroundings. In this case, we will maximise tree retention and new mature planting will be chosen to complement the local flora and encourage native biodiversity.


253 Apartments

Landscaped Gardens and Courtyards




Childcare facility

Meeting Rooms

400 bicycle spaces

212 Car Parking Spaces

7 Motorbike spaces

Property Location

Greenacres Grange is located in South Dublin, at Kilmacud Road Upper, with the relatively dense developments of Dundrum and Sandyford close by.

The development is within 1km walking distance of Dundrum Town Centre, and the Luas Green line stations of Kilmacud and Balally, providing direct connections to the city and to the outer suburban employment centres of Sandyford and Cherrywood

The road network surrounding the site is also a popular cycle and pedestrian network, connecting Dundrum to Stillorgan village, Sandyford and on to the M50.