• 10 May 2016

Exclusive Upmarket Residential Development in Foxrock

Pembrin Wood is a high quality infill development consisting of 7 large detached houses which is currently under construction off Beech Park Road in the leafy suburb of Foxrock, in south County Dublin.

The luxury A-rated houses have an attractive red brick exterior with granite window cills and are to be fitted out internally with top-end finishes. The superb show house was completed in April and is now open for viewings. The remaining homes are to be available later this year.

The development is located on a narrow site in the heart of a mature residential area. The scheme required very careful design to retain the existing mature trees on the site, and to maintain privacy for the surrounding homes, while at the same time fully realising the potential of the scheme for the future homeowners.

Client Moran Park Homebuilders turned to Waterman Moylan for engineering advice and design assistance because of our recognised expertise in high quality residential development. Our team is providing fully integrated civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering services for the scheme.

Contact: Joe Gibbons, Director

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