The scheme is the latest by long-time developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Homes division, and the group has plans to build more than €600 million-worth of both residential and commercial property in Dublin in the short to medium term.
A prestigious address convenient to the city centre and designed by acclaimed architects for an equally well-known property firm – all of this bodes well for a new scheme of four exclusive homes on Morehampton Lane in Dublin 4.
The homes, Nos 29 to 32 on the laneway, were built on the grounds of the late businesswoman Gillian Bowler’s family home as mews-style residences. They comprise three three-storey, four-bedroom houses of just under 260 square metres and one two-storey three-bed of 200 square metres.
The A3-rated houses feature eye-catching barrel-vaulted, zinc-clad roofs and clean line design by award-winning architects deBlacam and Meagher. The scheme is the latest by long-time developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Homes division, and the group has plans to build more than €600 million-worth of both residential and commercial property in Dublin in the short to medium term.
Sherry FitzGerald’s Simon Ensor is handling the sale of the homes, which are priced from €1.9 million for the three-bedroom home and from €2.25 million for the four-beds. In each, rollback gates open to private gravel driveways with off-street parking for two cars and landscaped border planting. An iroko front door opens to an entrance lobby with a guest WC, a cloaks closet and oak floors, which run throughout the ground floor.
A central entrance hall offers access to the first of the double bedrooms in both house styles, overlooking the front garden and with an en suite shower room. The room could be used as a study or home library instead.
Steps lead from the entrance hall to the bright living room, with large picture windows overlooking the patio at the rear and a contemporary dual-aspect gas fire that delineates it from the dining room.
The dining space has sliding glass doors to the patio and open-plan access to the kitchen at the rear of the houses. The custom-designed kitchens are by McNally Kitchens and feature handle-free fitted base and full-height units with Silestone quartz worktops and splashbacks and a full range of high-end integrated appliances, including a washing machine and dryer.
In the three-bedroom house, two double bedrooms en suite are located on the first floor, while the four-bedroom homes have two double bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor and afford the entire first floor to the master suite with its dressing room and en suite.
The sunny back gardens are landscaped to a high standard, with a large patio area, lawn and planted borders and a well-proportioned storage shed.
Morehampton Lane is within a short stroll of St Stephen’s Green, about three minutes’ walk from both Herbert Park and Donnybrook village, and close to the RDS, the Aviva Stadium, a host of premier schools and strong transport links.
Next Saturday, the agent will be on site to offer viewers a walk-through of the three-bed house between 10.30am and 11.30am and anticipates considerable interest from people looking to trade up or down in the area.
For further details contact Simon Ensor at 01-2698888.
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