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Luxury living in these stylish four and five-beds in leafy Blackrock

There are two new view houses at Proby Place, both with stylish flooring and carpeting.

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IN 1746, LORD Proby built his home, Grey House, in Blackrock. His estate featured endless lush greenery and walkways, all sitting on the land that now forms Carysfort Park.

It’s safe to say, then, that Blackrock has long been a sought-after Dublin address. Proby Place is a new development from Glenveagh Homes, named for Lord Proby himself, and sitting just around the corner from his former home.

There are just 20 properties in the luxury development, all semi-detached, and each with either four or five bedrooms. All are ready and waiting for their new owners to move in.

Proby Place sits just off Carysfort Avenue, with beautiful landscaping throughout and an open communal green and play area to the front.

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Some of Dublin’s highest-rating schools are close by: Blackrock College, St Andrew’s College, Sion Hill and Carysfort National School. Residents will also be a five-minute drive from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

Prices start at €1,100,000 for The Deepark, a four-bed style (1910 sq ft). Other house styles on offer include The Avoca (2625 sq ft, five-bedrooms), The Rockfield (2655 sq ft, five bedrooms) and The Carraig (2325 sq ft, four/five bedrooms). Viewing is by private appointment only.

The showhomes at Proby Place were designed by House & Garden, one of Ireland’s leading interiors companies with over two decades of experience.

That sense of sophisticated style is carried through each property in the development: you’ll find high ceilings, oak hardwood railings on staircases, Siemens appliances, solid wood internal doors and Villeroy & Boch bathroom sanitaryware in each of the homes.

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All master bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms, and in each five-bedroom home, there’s an additional en-suite bathroom in the second bedroom too.

Shaker-style bedroom wardrobes with oak veneer are supplied by Gallagher Kitchens, and there’s stylish pendant lighting in all bedrooms – plus generous walk-in wardrobes in many of the homes.

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Outside, there’s parking, plus paved front gardens with soft planting, and levelled, seeded rear gardens.

Homes at Proby Place are packed with sustainable features, from low-energy LED lights in bathrooms and kitchens, to high-performance external wall and roof insulation, to the A-rated zoned heating system and high-efficiency heat recovery ventilation.

Properties come pre-wired for alarms for your safety, and there’s a ten-year Homebond structural guarantee. 

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Life at Proby Place is effortlessly convenient. You’ll be a ten-minute walk to Blackrock DART station, with regular bus routes via the Rock Road to the city centre and beyond.

As for shopping and socialising, there’s an excellent selection of bars and restaurants, independent shops, two shopping centres and the daily Blackrock Market in the village.

To find out more, visit probyplace.ie. Four and five bedroom homes at Proby Place in Blackrock, Co Dublin are on sale from €1,100,000 via Sherry FitzGerald (New Homes). Viewing by private appointment with agent only.

Glenveagh Homes understands that buying a home is possibly the biggest decision you will ever make in your life – but we want to make it your easiest. That’s why we produce high-quality homes in great areas at competitive prices. Click here to register your interest in a home at Proby Place now, or find out more about other Glenveagh developments.

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