Lansdowne Place: It’s The Place To Be - The Gloss Magazine

Lansdowne Place: It’s The Place To Be


Every great city has a residential address that conveys superb location, style and luxury. In Dublin, that neighbourhood is Ballsbridge, the address Lansdowne Place …

Lansdowne Place, designed, built and finished to the very highest level offers unparalleled luxury living in a beautifully landscaped setting. Within this most desirable and prestigious Ballsbridge address, the latest of the 211 stylish two- and three-bedroom apartments, duplex townhouses and penthouses are being released. These sought-after residential apartments are offered in a series of elegant redbrick and stone pavilion buildings and courtyards, designed by O’Mahony Pike, framed by mature trees and located between leafy Lansdowne and Shelbourne roads.

The site’s legacy as the former Trinity College Botanic Garden inspired the naming of the pavilions after renowned Irish botanists. The first, The Templeton, was named after John Templeton (1766-1825), and one of the most recent, The Hutchins, was named after Ireland’s first female botanist Ellen Hutchins (1785-1815). Specimen trees provide a sylvan backdrop to delightful landscaped gardens by Bernard Seymour Landscape Architects, with sculpture, seating and water features and pedestrian connectivity throughout. It is therefore not surprising that the residents are those Irish and international buyers who wish to live in proximity to nature, yet at the heart of a vibrant community close to varied and fashionable boutiques, restaurants and cafés, and with a 24-hour dedicated concierge service to hand.

Contemporary interior-designed open-plan living with flexible layouts and luxury finishes.

The residential spaces are generously sized, with high-ceilinged, bright, open-plan living spaces and spacious sun rooms that extend the living space and enhance the indoor/outdoor feel. Adding to the high-end hotel quality detailing and finish are custom-designed, handmade kitchens and wardrobes by O’Connors of Drumleck, Co Louth, bathroom suites with fine finishes, luxury oak flooring and floor-to-ceiling windows.

A sun room overlooking the Aviva Stadium.

A series of interior schemes commissioned from renowned interior designers The Interiors Project, Sara Cosgrove Studio, Hyde Interiors and Elk Design among others, demonstrate the breadth of sophisticated interior design styles, comfort and finishes available to prospective residents.

Lansdowne Place is designed to offer not just Ireland’s most superior living spaces but also its finest living experience. Purchasers have been attracted by the unrivalled world-class amenities available to residents. The Residents’ Club, a 6,500 sq ft space for residents and their guests includes private lounges, library, meeting and dining facilities, private cinema, gym, thermal suite, and treatment rooms, and is managed by a round-the-clock concierge and security team, delivering a compelling sense of community, conviviality and convenience.

The entrance to the private Resident’s Club and concierge service.

The aim is to ensure all residents’ needs are met, whether that is booking a limousine service, restaurant reservation or spa treatment, arranging housekeeping or dog-grooming (yes, there are canine residents too) or managing a wine-tasting evening. At the heart of Dublin 4, the capital’s most exclusive and coveted postcode, all this is just 15 minutes’ walk from the city’s finest shopping, restaurants and cultural venues. It is also close to the capital’s tech and commercial hub – and just 30 minutes’ drive from Dublin Airport.

An elegant, beautifully crafted interior scheme by The Interiors Project at Lansdowne Place.

Of the ten residential blocks at Lansdowne Place, the final two have now been released. Within The Harvey and The Hutchins there are a limited number of penthouses, apartments and duplex townhouses, varying in layout and size, available.

For further details, see Viewings at Lansdowne Place show apartments are by appointment through the joint agents, Savills (01 618 1300) and Sherry FitzGerald (01 667 1888).


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