With a design acutely sensitive to its setting yet in keeping with the area, Walled Garden brings this superbly located site into the 21st century.
Consisting of 142 high-spec apartments located just off Wyckham Way and close to Dundrum Town Centre, the 19th century walls and farmyard buildings will – as the name suggests – be made a key feature of the development.
Details & Amenities
Emphasising an uninterrupted glass plane aesthetic, Walled Garden will comprise 142 residential units, with a mix of 1- and 2-bed apartments.
Organised around a large, inviting central space – featuring seating courts, a play area, an outdoor gym and pond features – the development will be serviced by 36 car parking spaces, 4 motorcycle spaces, and 256 covered and secured bicycle spaces, as well a further 54 bicycle spaces for visitors.
All four 6-storey buildings will offer stunning communal roof gardens, allowing residents to enjoy a wide variety of open space while encouraging biodiversity.
The farmyard buildings, dated by our archeologists to about 1830’s, will be fully restored and used as the resident’s amenity building, including a concierge area, a media suite and an indoor gym.
2,000+ sqm Landscaped Central Square
Indoor & Outdoor Gym facilities
310 Secured Bike spaces
36 Car parking spaces
Residents Media room
Landscaped Communal Roof Gardens
The Dundrum area is very famously well serviced in terms of amenities, retail, employment hubs, and public services.
With the leafy Marlay Park and the buzz of Sandyford to the South, and the shopping mecca of Dundrum Town Centre on its doorstep, Walled Orchard Garden is ideally located. A number of schools, public parks and recreation areas are located within walking distance of the development.
A 10-minute walk from the Ballaly Luas stop, and close to numerous bus routes, Walled Orchard Garden is very well located in terms of public transport. It is adjacent to Wyckham Way which feeds into many important road networks and cycle routes, as well as into the M50.
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