With exceptional amenities in the location, including golf and tennis clubs, some of the top schools & universities in the country, and being in very close proximity to the sea, there is something for everyone at Glensavage.
Two extremely well serviced shopping centres are on the doorstep, as well as a Michelin star restaurant in Blackrock Village.
There are also two beautiful parks within a short walk and many different cafes and restaurants to suit everyone’s tastes.
Glensavage is very well connected, being a 15 minute drive to the city centre and just 30 minutes to Dublin Airport.
The scheme has been designed by Award winning de Blacam and Meagher Architects and influenced by a Scandinavian concept.
To the northern end of the site, at the entrance from Avoca Road, there are three single-storey gate lodges. They are 'L' shaped in plan, focusing around private courtyards and gardens facing south west.
Beyond this, the site widens out to five large family homes, set within an open landscape.
Again, these have an 'L' shaped plan, with all the principle rooms facing south west into very large private courtyards.
To the southern end of the site are two apartment buildings, each three storeys and accommodating fourteen apartments in total,
seven in each block with private terraces and balconies.
The scheme has received full planning permission and construction is currently progressing on site.
The impressive selection of 8 contemporary homes and 14 apartments, set in a beautifully landscaped woodland setting is perfect for the current prime residential market in this location.
The unique and tranquil setting of this site is unrivalled in the new homes market and offers the quintessential Blackrock environment with a modern edge for families.
The original Glensavage house, an 18th century manor house, was the home to the Misses Doris and Sheila Findlater from 1932 - 1968, of the celebrated family of wine and whiskey merchants, until the late 1960s.