This property is available for short lets as well
Dublin Property Rentals are proud to present this beautifully presented penthouse period apartment located on Baggot Street Lower just at the intersection of Merrion Row in the heart of the Dublin City Centre. At the turn of the last century it housed Ulster bank which in turn housed their manager in the living quarter which currently is now the penthouse. Extending to approx. 2000 sq feet, this superbly appointed property is available immediately. Presented in excellent condition throughout, with every attention to detail paid to all elements of the interior. There is custom built cabinetry in the drawing room and kitchen area. The apartment has a huge amount of natural light. Furniture throughout is both antique from different eras and featuring Art Deco, Georgian and also eclectic pieces to bring a modern twist. Accommodation includes: The drawing room Is large and elegant with original sash windows, also there is acoustically sound proofed windows installed throughout the apartment so it is extremely quiet. There is an original fireplace and beautifully restored cornices and period details. Furnished elegantly, with antiques and original artwork. The flooring is highly polished French Oak. The Kitchen Is opposite to the drawing room, with high and low level units, which can be access by a matching library ladder. The worktop is solid wood and has been custom carved. There are integrated appliances and a small area off the kitchen the houses a fridge freezer and washer/dryer. The bespoke marble dining table and chairs are the focus and centre point of the Kitchen which is flooded with natural light. WC Is position in-between the kitchen and drawing room. 1st Floor Both of the bedrooms are master bedrooms and are complimented by beautiful cornice and coving details - very unusual. The en-suites are luxuriously finished with walk in wet rooms and a deep and long bath. Parking is available.
Baggot Street Lower just at the intersection of Merrion Row in the heart of the Dublin City Centre.