20 Scarlet Row, Essex Street West, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Price €425,000 - Sale Agreed
McGuirk Beggan is delighted to present to the market a unique opportunity to purchase this split level two bedroom apartment on the fringe of Dublin`s famous Temple Bar area. No.20 is superbly positioned with dual aspect balconies allowing exquisite views overlooking one of Dublin`s oldest streets; Fishamble Street, the spectacular Christchurch and the River Liffey.
This superb property benefits from excellently designed and well-proportioned split level accommodation with large vaulted ceilings & Velux windows flooding the main living accommodation in natural light. The property is in excellent decorative order with a liberal use of warm colours and large picture frame windows throughout, so offers a bright and light filled interior. Ideally located in a prime and convenient location making it ideal for owner occupiers and investors alike. Properties in this area are in huge demand and can yield a high rental income. The development is very secure and offers a lift to the third floor, there is a shared outdoor courtyard with historical statues and writings.
The accommodation briefly comprises, entrance hall, open plan living/dining/kitchen, 2 double bedrooms & bathroom.
Located in one of the most vibrant and dynamic districts in Dublin, the property is set within walking distance of Trinity College, Grafton Street, Christchurch Cathedral and St. Stephen`s Green. The area is well served by all social and essential amenities including many delightful establishments such as Il Vicoletto, Roberta`s, Dollard & Co, Elephant & Castle, Bunsen, Bad Bobs, The Temple Bar Pub, Vintage Cocktail Club, The Clarence Hotel & Dublin`s Creative Quarter. The property also benefits from being with an easy stroll of the National Art Gallery, National Concert Hall, numerous theatres and Grafton Street, Dublin`s main shopping thoroughfare.
This apartment complex could not be better located for the purchaser that is looking for a modern home with all the convenience that city centre living has to offer.
Did you know that…
In 1599, Sir William Temple, a renowned teacher and philosopher, entered the service of the Lord Deputy Of Ireland. In 1609 Temple was made Provost of Trinity College, Dublin and Master Chancery in Ireland and moved to this country.
Sir William Temple built his house and gardens on newly reclaimed land here on the corner of Temple Lane and the street called Temple Bar. In 1656, his son, Sir John Temple, acquired additional land, which with reclamation made possible by the building of a new sea wall, allowed the development of the area we now know as Temple Bar.
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- Excellent location in the heart of Dublin City Centre
- Stunning condition throughout
- Secure development
- Superb investment potential
- Exquisite views over Fishamble Street, Christchurch & River Liffey
- Within walking distance to every conceivable amenity
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