Today Dublin’s residential property sector sees the launch of an exciting, prestigious property development in the heart of Dublin 4.
Situated adjacent to the Grand Canal, Ballsbridge, in prime real estate, the Percy Lane Townhouses are guaranteed to attract attention on the international property scene.
The black zinc, curved hat building with stone gables contains three dwellings, each 154 sq. metres complete with three bedrooms. The three storey properties will be rolled out to the market today by residential, property consultancy Knight Frank.
Designed by world-renowned ODOS Architects the Percy Lane mews can undoubtedly be considered as modern architecture at its best, providing the benchmark for city-living as we know it today. Showcasing urban design at its best, these houses are sure to attract those searching for a unique, pioneering investment.
The three dwellings have been strategically planned to maximise light and space and benefit from a very carefully considered palette of complementary colours and materials. The stand out feature of the stunning architecture is the internal concrete stairwell with a timber fin wall that acts not only as a physical connector but also allows natural day-light, reflection and shadow to travel throughout the building uninterrupted. At ground level, a power-floated concrete route leads you to the two ground floor bedrooms that have floor to ceiling aluminium triple glazing as standard, maximising the natural light as well as offering unrestrictive views. There is also direct access to 30 sq. metres of external space, with secure off street parking available in the fully insulated garage, allowing the potential owners to use it as an office space or perhaps future conversion.
The mews have a luxurious, modern feel with minimalist design décor throughout. Finished to a cutting edge standard, frameless windows and shadow gap skirting replace traditional methods and create clean lines. The architecture superiority of the development is showcased through the bespoke fittings. All joineries were commissioned specifically and all the doorways were custom made and manufactured to fit.
The contemporary homes have the latest state-of-the-art renewable energy systems, using a standalone photovoltaic power system that is temperature controlled, with underfloor heating, and a heat recovery ventilation system providing constant fresh air around the mews.
The middle floor is home to the dual aspect kitchen that is both aesthetically pleasing while operating to optimum functionality. The kitchen space sits behind a metal fin screen that provides both privacy and shading from the exterior and connects to the living space above. The fit out comprises of units and island by German brand Allmilmo using their popular, ‘Metallic Black Reed’ laminate finish on the doors and stainless steel cross- membership in-between units. T splash back coloured tempered glass. The pinnacle feature of the kitchen is the thick Calacatta marble worktops that were handpicked in Italy. Sitting directly above the island are the pendant light fittings which add a welcome pop of colour. Additional lighting includes fully-integrated under wall LED units. Other exceptional features include a double trough under-mounted sink, a pull-out spray nozzle tap with instant boiling water and a filtered cold water tap, as well as a recessed drainer that combines style and purpose. For the cooking enthusiast there is a lava rock Smeg domino BBQ grill and all appliances are seamlessly integrated with pop up power points and USB connections for the tech fanatic. The ground floor utility room features the same style of kitchen but includes an over-mounted sink and a built-in washer dryer from Siemens.
The bedrooms echo the minimalist feel and have direct access to a stunning private planted courtyard. The exclusive Italian crafted beds are raised on Perspex to create the illusion of floating on air, yet again showcasing the standard to which the townhouses are lavishly furnished. The subtle detailing continues throughout the bedrooms with concealed plugs and built-in storage units with incorporated LED lighting as standard. All bedrooms and living spaces are fully fitted with limed oak herringbone flooring.
The first floor bedroom has a Juliet balcony which opens to another private terrace. As standard, the three bedrooms are fully fitted with tiled en-suite bathrooms that feature high pressure rain heads in a glass screen shower area. Covetable details include a full height mirrored wall with integrated heat pads and a fitted mirrored storage unit.
The second floor living space is accessed by the polished concrete stairwell and is dual aspect with a large roof-light bringing light down to the kitchen space below. The highlight of the living area is the stunning Calacatta marble breast that features a gas fireplace, opening out onto the rooftop terrace which also features the herringbone design in its flooring, cleverly creating the illusion of one space.
The Percy Lane mews are undoubtedly setting the benchmark for modern day city-living as we know it today. Showcasing urban design at its best, these houses are sure to attract those searching for a unique, pioneering investment.
For more information contact:Knight Frank – Selling Agents For information Call: 01) 634 2466 Email: email@example.com www.knightfrank.ie
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Its Grand Canal, not Royal Canal.. kinda important. I nearly went the opposite direction to look at it. :/
Oh God Joe you are so right. An unforgivable mistake for someone born and bred in Dublin 🙂
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