Beaufield Mews Stillorgan Co. Dublin – A Prime residential development site (S.P.P)
The subject site extends to approx. 0.73 acres (0.29 hectares) and currently comprises the former Beaufield Mews Restaurant and antique shop with secluded gardens to the rear located at Woodlands Avenue, Stillorgan. The site is bounded by Oatlands College and Primary School to the north, in a majority residential area with Beaufield Manor to the east/south and Cherrygarth to the west.
Under the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Council (2016-2022) the entirety of the site is zoned objective A, that is ‘to protect and/or improve residential amenity’ under which residential development is permitted in principle.
Ferreira Architects have prepared a feasibility study for the site which demonstrates two attractive options which include:
i.) 34 no. apartments over two blocks ranging in height from 3 to 5 storeys or
ii.) 7 no. terrace houses and 9 no apartments with surface car parking.
Further details are available upon request.
There is a wide range of amenities nearby at Stillorgan Village including Donnybrook Fair, Tesco, Starbucks and Base Wood Fired Pizza, in addition to Deerpark within close proximity. The area is also well served by highly regarded educational facilities including University College Dublin, Mount Anville, Oatlands College and Primary School, Coláiste Íosagáin, Loreto High School to name a few.
The property benefits from excellent public transport links being situated adjacent to the N11 QBC, where numerous routes service Dublin City Centre (St. Stephens Green) and Sandyford Business District with journey times of circa 15 minutes and 10 minutes respectively. The N11 also allows commuters convenient accessibility to both the City Centre northbound and the M50 Motorway southbound which connects to all major arterial routes.
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Contact James Meagher, Robert Wilson or Thomas King