- Central location
- Close to all local amenities
- On street parking
- Excellent condition
- C1 BER rating
- Management fees €1656pa
McGuirk Beggan are thrilled to present this apartment in the heart of Christchurch to the market. This is a superb opportunity to purchase an excellently proportioned two-bedroom second floor apartment in excellent condition throughout. Perfect as a first-time purchase or astute investment opportunity this apartment offers a wonderfully bright, light filled and easily maintained interior which is ready for immediate occupation.
The apartment is situated on the second floor and the accommodation comprises of an entrance hallway, a living room which has been divided with a partition wall to accommodate another bedroom, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Ideally located in one of the most vibrant and dynamic districts in Dublin beside St. Patricks & Christchurch Cathedral, the property is set within walking distance of Trinity College, Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green. Only a short stroll from Temple Bar 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 bright and airy home with all the convenience that city centre living has to offer.
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