23 Scarlet Row, Essex Street West, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Price €365,000 - Sold

  • Fantastic location
  • Open plan living, kitchen and dining area
  • Understair storage
  • New double glazed windows (2015)
  • Close to several bus routes, Heuston Station and the red Luas line
  • Split level two bedroom apartment
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Refurbished bathroom (2012)
  • New boiler (2012)
  • Located among the cobble lock streets of Dublin"s famous Temple Bar

The property is presented in excellent decorative order throughout and briefly comprises, open plan living/dining/kitchen area, two double bedrooms, refurbished bathroom and balcony area. Located on the third floor the property enjoys beautiful vistas across the rooftops of Dublin making it a very exciting place to live. The property has been well maintained and upgraded in recent years to include a new refurbished bathroom, new gas boiler and new double glaze windows.

Scarlet Row is located in a prime and convenient location making it ideal for owner occupiers or investors alike. Properties in this area are in huge demand and can yield a high rental income.

Some of Dublin's best night spots, restaurants and unusual shops line these narrow, cobbled streets running between the Bank of Ireland and Christ Church Cathedral. In the 18th century skilled craftsmen and artisans, such as clock makers and printers, lived and worked around Temple Bar until post-war industrialisation led to a decline in the area's fortunes. In the 1970s, CIE bought up parcels of land in this area to build a major bus depot. While waiting to acquire the land in this area to buildings needed, CIE rented out, on cheap leases, some of the old retail and warehouse premises to young artists and to record, clothing and book shops. The area developed an "alternative" identity and a successful lobby by local residents persuaded CIE to drop their plans. As more cynical Dubliners put it, the area became the city's "officially designated arts zone". Today it's still an exciting, atmospheric and vibrant place. Organisations based here include the Irish Film Centre (IFC), the experimental Projects Arts Centre and around a dozen galleries.

Early viewing is advised to avoid disappointment.

Management Company - Fishamble Management Company Limited
Management Fee - €1,913pa

Travelling from Christ Church Cathedral towards Dame Street, veer left onto Fishamble Street. Take the next right onto Essex Street West, the property is on your right hand side. There is no buzzer please call the negotiator Jillian McGuirk on 086 6059986 to gain access.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Floor Plan

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