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Knockrabo- Mount Anville Road

 

Situated between the mountains and the sea, with inspiring views in all directions.

Introducing Knockrabo, an exceptional new development of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses and 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses positioned on a stunning elevated site with views of the sea and the city. Unique in its overall design set amidst acres of exquisite parkland.

Knockrabo is built on the site of Mountanville House, a demesne that was the home of Henry Roe who is famous for having paid for the restoration of Christchurch Cathedral. The name Mountanville House was later changed to Knockrabo.

These elegant homes have exceptional design and finishes which have been carefully selected in conjunction with the architects, O’Mahony Pike, the distinguished design consultant Helen Turkington, Kelly Design & Maplewood Residential.

For the kitchens at Knockrabo, Maplewood Residential sought out a company with a shared understanding and a strong track record for high quality kitchen design and finishes. Kelly Design, a 3rd generation family-run business headed up by Shane Kelly, was the perfect match. The kitchen designs for the houses were conceived in consultation with the builder and the design consultant to ensure the best possible layout for each kitchen. The end result maximises the use of space and showcases the quality of craftsmanship and materials.

The homes have all been finished to the highest standard with beautiful Silestone Quartz worktops provided by Miller Brothers Stone. Material Used in images below: Silestone Lagoon.

For more information on this beautiful development, visit their website at www.knockrabo.ie

 

We approached each house from a perspective of detailing, colour and warmth using classic design elements.
— Helen Turkington, Design Consultant